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Final
  • Carrickfergus beat Killyclooney by 120 runs.
    The Meadow, Downpatrick, 24 August.
    Carrickfergus 227-8 (50.0 overs, J Holmes 49, I Parkhill 37, R Eagleson 35*)
    Killyclooney 107 (38.5 overs, A Colhoun 44, Indrajeet Kamtekar 5-26, R Eagleson 3-14)
Semi-Finals
  • Dundrum (LCU) lost to Carrickfergus by 5 wickets.
    17 August.
    Dundrum (LCU) 202 ( overs, Sony 79, Renjith 29, Abilash 29, R Hood 3-23, S Grant 2 -28, R Eagleson 2-28)
    Carrickfergus 204-5 (G Browne 66, I Parkhill 64, A Matthews 3-44)
  • Killyclooney beat Woodvale by 41 runs.
    Ballymagorry, 17 August.
    Killyclooney 207 (37.0 overs, M Gordon 65 , T Dougherty 40, M Irwin 7-55)
    Woodvale 156-9 (46.0 overs, Michael Irwin 56, T Rutherford 37, C Neely 4-22)
    DL Method: par score 197 in 46 overs.
Round 3
  • Killyclooney beat Cliftonville by 7 wickets.
    Ballymagorry, 29 June.
    Cliftonville 194-7 (N Cahill 42, A Howe 36, I Latham 33*, G Neely 2-21)
    Killyclooney 195-3 (29.3 overs, L McCreanor 101*, A Colhoun 32)
    Scorecard
  • Carrickfergus beat County Galway by 8 wickets.
    Middle Road 29 June.
    County Galway 175 (Shariq 50, I Kamtekar 3-20, A Haggan 3-49, J Holmes 2-44)
    Carrickfergus 179-2 (J Holmes 82*, I Parkhill 48*)
    Scorecard
  • Woodvale beat Laois by 31 runs.
    Ballygomartin Road, 29 June.
    Woodvale 185-9 (50.0 overs, S Kalbhor 67, W Fraser 31, L Hofymer 2-42, C Auret 2-42)
    Laois 154 (36.2 overs, A Smit 25, S Kalbhor 5-19, M McKeown 2-30, T Hill 2-34)
    Scorecard
  • Limerick Raiders lost to Dundrum (LCU) by 161 runs.
    Galway, 29 June.
    Dundrum (LCU) 321 (49.3 overs, A Abhi 123, S George 49*, A Mathews 34, S Alam 2-50, A Khan 2-63)
    Limerick Raiders 160 (42.2 overs, U Khan 35*, S Akhtar 25, S George 3-22, S Sebastian 3-22, Jayakumar 2-34)
    Scorecard
Round 2
  • Civil Service lost to Limerick Raiders by 6 wickets.
    Phoenix Park, 22 June.
    Civil Service 128 (35.2 overs, R Parashurama 35, M Siddique 29, M Khurram 3-5, S Alam 3-28)
    Limerick Raiders 129-4 (30.0 overs, S Alam 39, R Parashurama 2-20)
    Scorecard
  • Woodvale walkover v County Clare.
    Ballygomartin Road, 8 June.
  • Mullingar lost to Dundrum (LCU) 3-1 in a bowlout.
    8 June.
  • Killyclooney beat Creevedonnell by 47 runs.
    Beechgrove, 8 June.
    Killyclooney 182-8 (30.0 overs, K Hall 38, J Colhoun 36, N Cooke 2-45, L McGarrigle 2-45)
    Creevedonnell 135-9 (30.0 overs, T Dougherty 39, N Cooke 31, M Gordon 4-31, R McMorris 2-20, C Neely 2-21)
    Scorecard
  • Laois beat Ballyspallen by 203 runs.
    Togher, 8 June.
    Laois 293-7 (39.0 overs, J Singh 90, R Meraj 62, L Hofmeyr 38, W Martin 2-47)
    Ballyspallen 90 (27.1 overs, S Kennedy 34, C Auret 3-15, U Raees 3-23, L Hofmeyr 3-25)
    Scorecard
  • Cliftonville beat Newbuildings by 157 runs (D/L).
    Mallusk, 8 June.
    Cliftonville 228-5 (47.0 overs, A Dandekar 113, N Cahill 49, D Menaul 41, C Cooper 2-33)
    Newbuildings 78 (26.4 overs, D Menaul 5-12, B Anderson 3-14, S McChesney 2-17)
    DL Method: par score 234 in 47 overs.
    Scorecard
  • Bangor lost to Carrickfergus by 71 runs.
    Upritchard Park, 8 June.
    Carrickfergus 187-6 (40.0 overs, J Holmes 61, M Gilmour 47, I Kamtekar 37, C Burns 2-20, R Murphy 2-30, K Samunderu 2-41)
    Bangor 116-9 (40.0 overs, N McCollum 42, I Kamtekar 3-18, J Holmes 2-19, A Haggan 2-28)
    Scorecard
  • Ballaghaderreen lost to Co Galway by 2 wickets.
Round 1
  • Mullingar beat Templepatrick 3-2 in a bowlout.
    Mullingar, 25 May.
  • Limerick Raiders v County Sligo - match awarded to Limerick Raiders.
    24 May.
  • Creevedonnell beat Derriaghy by 85 runs.
    Creevedonnell, 23 May.
    Creevedonnell 199-5 (25.0 overs, L McGarrigle 82*, A Barr 40, S Scroggie 33, S Hughes 3-15)
    Derriaghy 114 (20.3 overs, A Patterson 3-11, L McGerrigle 3-28, J Glenn 2-26)
    Scorecard
  • Malahide lost to Ballyspallen in a bowlout.
    Malahide, 23 May.
  • Sion Mills lost to Laois by 107 runs.
    Holm Field, 23 May.
    Laois 222 (45.4 overs, M Aured 41, C Aured 31, J Singh 29, R Harper 3-41, J Havern 2-27, L Finlay 2-37)
    Sion Mills 115 (33.2 overs, Udal Raees 3-30)
    Scorecard
  • Bangor beat Drummond by 4 wickets.
    Upritchard Park, 23 May.
    Drummond 144-9 (25.0 overs, R McDaid 46, C Moore 42, R Millar 3-20, R Murphy 2-15)
    Bangor 145-6 (25.0 overs, J Parker 36*, J Martin 2-24, J Millar 2-26)
    Scorecard
  • Newbuildings beat Balbriggan 1-0 in a bowlout.
    Holm, 18 May.
  • Rush lost to Killyclooney in 1-0 a bowlout.
    18 May.
  • Bonds Glen lost to Cliftonville by 10 wickets.
    Bonds Glen, 18 May.
    Bonds Glen 43 (11.3 overs, D Munn 3-2, D Menaul 3-3, B Anderson 3-18)
    Cliftonville 44-0 (4.2 overs)
    Scorecard
  • North Kildare lost to Carrickfergus in a bowlout.
    18 May.
  • Holywood lost to Dundrum (LCU) in a bowlout.
    Hollywood, 18 May.
  • Woodvale v Burndennett - match awarded to Woodvale.
    18 May.
  • Midleton lost to Ballaghaderreen by 6 wickets.
    10 May.
    Midleton 91 (38.0 overs, M Amir 3-17, H Raza 3-20, I Khan 2-16)
    Ballaghaderreen 92-4 (22.3 overs, A Giri 32, K Khan 2-31, W Islam 2-41)
    Scorecard
  • County Kerry lost to County Galway by 8 runs.
    National Sports Complex, 10 May.
    County Galway 131 (41.0 overs, Danish Ali 29, Muhammad Ali 29, Alam Morshed 3-30)
    County Kerry 123 (41.2 overs, Alam Morshed 54*, Syed Tabish Ali 5-27)
    Scorecard
  • Civil Service v Dundrum (NCU) - match awarded to Civil Service.
    10 May.
  • Athlone v County Clare - match awarded to County Clare.
    10 May.
Reports & Articles
Killyclooney dream ended by Carrick
Killyclooney's big day in the National Cup final ended in disappointment as they lost by 120 runs to Carrickfergus in a sporting contest at Downpatrick on Sunday.
Kamtekar spins Carrickfergus to National Cup Final Glory
Indrajeet Kamtekar spun Carrickfergus to an emphatic 120 run victory over Killyclooney in the final of the RSA National Cup at Downpatrick.
Killyclooney into all-Ireland final
It has been a real rags-to-riches 12 months for Killyclooney and Mark Gordon's men took their recovery to a new level when they qualified for the final of this year's National Cup on Sunday.
Carrickfergus and Killyclooney win National Cup semis
Carrickfergus and Killyclooney will contest The RSA National Cup final after winning their respective semi-finals against Dundrum and Woodvale.
Killyclooney face Woodvale in National Cup
There is little doubt that this represents their biggest game since joining the North West league in 1984 however the home side will be hoping that they can make it through to an even bigger one in four weeks time.
Carrick too strong for Galway
Carrickfergus eased their way into the National Cup semi-finals with a comfortable 8 wicket victory over visitors County Galway.
Killyclooney defeat Cliftonville
Killyclooney have been a revelation in North West cricket this season and Mark Gordon's side took their improvement to a new level on Sunday as they progressed to the last four in the National Cup.
Munn recovers after being hit for six
Cliftonville head to Killyclooney on Sunday for their RSA National Cup quarter-final, with vivid memories of their last venture to the North West.
Irish Senior and National Cup draws
Quarter final draws for both the RSA Irish Senior and National Cups.
On the road again
Teams across Ireland will be on the road today for the second rounds of both the Irish Senior and National Cups.
National Cup round-up
Cliftonville beat Bonds Glen by 10 wickets while there are bowl-out wins for Carrickfergus, Dundrum, Newbuildings and Killyclooney.
National Cup washout means busy schedule ahead
Unfortunately there were no finishers in Saturday's scheduled National Cup first round ties as rain ruined any chance of results in all 8 ties involving North West clubs.
National Cup Draw
The draw has been made for the second round of the National Cup.
NW teams involved in National Cup action
It's the opening round of the National Cup and NW teams will be hoping for better fortunes in the competition.
Who will win the cup?
This weekend sees the start of the All-Ireland competitions with some meaty ties down for decision in the first round of both the Irish Senior and National Cups