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Premier League
                        P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
CIYMS                  14   10    1    1    2   42         
North Down             14   10    0    0    4   40         
Carrickfergus          14    8    0    1    5   32         
CSNI                   14    7    0    0    7   28         
Instonians             14    6    1    0    7   26         
Waringstown            14    6    0    1    7   24         
Lisburn                14    3    0    0   11   12   -0.639
Muckamore              14    3    0    1   10   12   -0.946
  • Premier League
    Instonians (0) lost to North Down (4) by 57 runs.
    Shaw's Bridge, 21 September.
    North Down 214-0 (20.0 overs, R Pretorius 122*, Ryan Haire 56*)
    Instonians 157-9 (20.0 overs, R McKinley 52, J Metcalfe 28, Nikolai Smith 27, H Coulter 3-25, J Magowan 2-11)
  • Premier League
    Instonians (4) beat Waringstown (0) by 95 runs.
    Shaw's Bridge, 15 September.
    Instonians 194-3 (20.0 overs, M Commins 110*, R McKinley 30)
    Waringstown 99-7 (20.0 overs, A Dennison 38, J Magee 3-10)
  • Premier League
    Waringstown (0) lost to North Down (4) by 9 wickets.
    The Lawn, 14 September.
    Waringstown 115-7 (20.0 overs, M Daly 37*, R Waite 32, R Pretorius 3-9, C Robinson 2-23)
    North Down 117-1 (16.0 overs, R Pretorius 73, P Eakin 32*)
  • Premier League
    Instonians (4) beat CSNI (0) by 9 runs.
    Shaw's Bridge, 13 September.
    Instonians 160-7 (20.0 overs, M Commins 57, J Hunter 41, Nikolai Smith 29, M Aaahil 4-27)
    CSNI 151-6 (20.0 overs, M Ellison 49, C Goodall 46, J Rose 2-12)
  • Premier League
    North Down (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 5 runs.
    The Green, 8 September.
    CIYMS 113-5 (20.0 overs, R Hunter 30*, C Dougherty 28, P Eakin 3-18)
    North Down 108-7 (20.0 overs, J Mulder 2-13)
  • Premier League
    Muckamore (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 35 runs.
    Moylena, 8 September.
    Instonians 150-9 (20.0 overs, M Commins 59, Nikolai Smith 27, N Gill 4-17, S Lazars 2-26)
    Muckamore 115-9 (20.0 overs, J Manley 3-11, A White 3-19, R McKinley 2-17)
  • Premier League
    Instonians (2) tied with CIYMS (2).
    Shaw's Bridge, 8 September.
    Instonians 192-4 (20.0 overs, S Getkate 108*, M Commins 37, O Metcalfe 28, J van der Merwe 2-27)
    CIYMS 192-8 (20.0 overs, J Matchett 72, J van der Merwe 40, J Manley 3-38)
  • Premier League
    Carrickfergus v Muckamore - no result.
    Middle Road, 8 September.
    Carrickfergus 7-1 (2 overs)- match abandoned
  • Premier League
    Muckamore (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 1 run.
    Moylena, 7 September.
    Waringstown 146-7 (20.0 overs, G Thompson 33, M McClean 28, A Dennison 26, Haseeb Azam 26, P Karthik 2-22, S Henderson 2-27)
    Muckamore 145-8 (20.0 overs, S Lazars 56, S Gordon 25, K McCallan 3-22, L Nelson 2-30)
  • Premier League
    CSNI (0) lost to Carrickfergus (4) by 7 wickets.
    Stormont, 7 September.
    CSNI 11 (19.3 overs, M Ellison 31, C Goodall 26, R Eagleson 3-15, CJ van der Walt 3-22, R Hood 2-17)
    Carrickfergus 113-3 (19.0 overs, CJ van der Walt 41*, R Hood 30*, J Holmes 26)
  • Premier League
    CIYMS (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 21 runs.
    Belmont, 7 September.
    Instonians 201 (50.0 overs, S Getkate 51, R McKinley 39, M Commins 34, J van der Merwe 3-20, D Robinson 3-42)
    CIYMS 180-9 (50.0 overs, N Jones 32, J Mulder 32, R Hunter 31, J Manley 2-26, Nikolai Smith 2-32)
  • Premier League
    CIYMS (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 9 wickets.
    Belmont, 6 September.
    Lisburn 102-6 (20.0 overs, T Britton 4-10, M Jones 2-20)
    CIYMS 103-1 (13.5 overs, J Matchett 51*, C Dougherty 47)
  • Premier League
    Muckamore (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 6 wickets.
    Moylena, 1 September.
    Lisburn 95-9 (20.0 overs, G Strydom 32, O Karthik 3-13, S Lazars 3-17, Fahad Iqbal 2-6)
    Muckamore 96-4 (16.2 overs, D Miller 52, R Strydom 2-18)
  • Premier League
    North Down (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 97 runs.
    The Green, 31 August.
    North Down 204-9 (38.0 overs, R Pretorius 56, Ryan Haire 48*, J Magowan 48, R Strydom 4-26, D Stevens 3-25, G Browne 2-40)
    Lisburn 117 (29.1 overs, R Strydom 34, P Davison 3-35, P Eakin 2-18)
    DLS Method: par score 214 in 38 overs.
  • Premier League
    Waringstown v CIYMS - match postponed, void by mutual agreement.
    The Lawn, 31 August.
  • Premier League
    CIYMS (4) beat CSNI (0) by 7 wickets.
    Belmont, 24 August.
    CSNI 246-5 (50.0 overs, A Malan 106 , G Wilson 93, J Cameron-Dow 3-28)
    CIYMS 248-3 (42.0 overs, O Pienaar 100, J Matchett 85, A Cowden 2-54 )
  • Premier League
    Lisburn (0) lost to Carrickfergus (4) by 7 wickets.
    Wallace Park, 24 August.
    Lisburn 165 (50.0 overs, R Strydom 50, M Berry 26 , R Eagleson 4-15 , CJ can der Walt 2-32, A Haggan 2-34)
    Carrickfergus 167-3 (31.5 overs, J Holmes 61, CJ van der Walt 65, D Simpson 2-37)
  • Premier League
    CSNI (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 84 runs.
    Stormont, 23 August.
    CSNI 195-7 (35.0 overs, M Ellison 75*, A Malan 58, M Glass 4-27)
    Lisburn 111 (27.5 overs, R Simpson 26, A Malan 4-32, B Adair 2-15, J Kennedy 2-9)
  • Premier League
    Instonians (0) lost to Carrickfergus (4) by 171 runs.
    Shaw's Bridge, 4 August.
    Carrickfergus 343-7 (50.0 overs, J Snyman 190, I Parkhill 41, A Haggan 41, S Getkate 3 -54, J Shannon 3-54)
    Instonians 172-9 (42.5 overs, Nikola Smith 54 , R McKinley 47, J Hunter 27 , A Haggan 3-3, CJ van der Walt 2-28, R Hood 2 -30)
  • Premier League
    North Down (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 3 wickets.
    The Green, 4 August.
    North Down 223-5 (50.0 overs, P Eakin 114*, N Burns 45, C Robinson 32*, M Foster 3 -47)
    CSNI 224-7 (48.3 overs, M Ellison 129*, G Wilson 30, A Cowden 25, P Eakin 3-50, P Davison 2-34)
  • Premier League
    Lisburn (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 7 wickets.
    Wallace Park, 3 August.
    Lisburn 157-8 (35.0 overs, Faiz Fazal 99, G McCarter 2-16, M Foster 2-38, A Malan 2-40)
    CSNI 144-3 (23.2 overs, J Kennedy 34, G Browne 2-30)
    DLS Method: par score 140 in 35 overs.
  • Premier League
    Muckamore (0) lost to North Down (4) by 4 wickets.
    Moylena, 3 August.
    Muckamore 121 (32.1 overs, S Lazars 48, P Eakin 5-23, R Pretorius 2-24, C Robinson 2-28)
    North Down 114-6 (32.4 overs, P Eakin 39, S Nelson 25, S Lazars 2-20, K Rajaveku 2-27)
    DLS Method: par score 112 in 39 overs.
  • Premier League
    Waringstown (0) lost to Carrickfergus (4) by 4 wickets.
    The Lawn, 3 August.
    Waringstown 178-5 (41.0 overs, L Nelson 63*, M McClean 29, K McCallan 26 *, J Snyman 2-2 4)
    Carrickfergus 124-6 (20.1 overs, J Holmes 66*, I Parkhill 26, Haseeb Azam 2-21)
    DLS Method: par score 122 in 23 overs.
  • Premier League
    CSNI (0) lost to Muckamore (4) by 4 wickets.
    Stormont, 27 July.
    CSNI 208-7 (50.0 overs, A Malan 119, A Jophnston 28, P Khartik 2-36, S Lazars 2-40, N Giull 2-47)
    Muckamore 211-6 (48.0 overs, F Iqbal 50, K Rajavelu 43, J Rodgers 30, M Topping 3-49)
  • Premier League
    Waringstown (4) beat Lisburn by 58 runs.
    The Lawn, 27 July.
    Waringstown 227-8 (50.0 overs, L Nelson 54, D Dawson 32, H Azan 29*, M Berry 3 -30, R Strydom 3-45)
    Lisburn 169 (42.5 overs, N Kilpatrick 52*, F Fazal 29, G Kidd 5-35 , L Nelson 3-30)
  • Premier League
    Carrickfergus (4) beat CIYMS (0) by 29 runs.
    Middle Road, 27 July.
    Carrickfergus 190 (47.3 overs, I Parkhill 52, CJ van der Walt 43, O Pienaar 4-38, J Mulder 3 -34, N Jones 2-29)
    CIYMS 161 (38.2 overs, C Dougherty 37, N Jones 29, J Snyman 4-18, CJ van der Walt 3-23)
  • Premier League
    North Down (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 17 runs.
    The Green, 27 July.
    Instonians 179 (46.4 overs, A White 63, R McKinley 26 , A Shields 3-17, Ryan Haire 2-28)
    North Down 162 (47.5 overs, A Shields 84 , R Pretorius 29, J Manley 4-13 , B Rose 2-32)
  • Premier League
    Carrickfergus (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 4 wickets.
    Middle Road, 13 July.
    Lisburn 140 (46.0 overs, Faiz Fazal 28, R Hood 3-18, A Shetty 3-32)
    Carrickfergus 144-6 (J Holmes 53, I Parkhill 25 , C Atkinson 2-17, D Simpson 2-27)
  • Premier League
    CSNI (0) lost to CIYMS by 7 wickets.
    Stormont, 13 July.
    CSNI 85 (34.5 overs, J Cameron-Dow 4-10, T Britton 4-18 )
    CIYMS 89-3 (20.2 overs, C Dougherty 31*, J van de r Merwe 31)
  • Premier League
    North Down (4) beat Waringstown (0) by 6 wickets.
    The Green, 13 July.
    Waringstown 206-9 (50.0 overs, A Dennison 88, J Hall 44, R Pretorius 3-25, P Eakin 2-33)
    North Down 207-4 (44.0 overs, P Eakin 82, R Pretorius 55, A Shields 44)
  • Premier League
    Instonians (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 171 runs.
    Shaw's Bridge, 13 July.
    Instonians 242-7 (50.0 overs, M Commins 91, Nikolia Smith 83, O Metcalfe 31, K Rajavelu 4-34)
    Muckamore 71-9 (30.4 overs, B Rose 2-6, R McKinley 2-16, J Manley 2-19)
  • Premier League
    CIYMS (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 8 wickets.
    Belmont, 6 July.
    Muckamore 184 (46.3 overs, A Adey 41, J Rogers 41, N Gill 29, O Pienaar 6-29)
    CIYMS 185-2 (27.2 overs, N Jones 76*, C Dougherty 52, O Pienaar 36*)
  • Premier League
    Lisburn (4) beat Instonians (0) by 8 wickets.
    Wallace Park, 6 July.
    Instonians 61 (23.0 overs, D Simpson 5-18, Faiz Fazal 3-26)
    Lisburn 65-2 (13.1 overs)
  • Premier League
    North Down (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 7 wickets.
    The Green, 6 July.
    Carrickfergus 113 (28.5 overs, R Hood 26*, C Young 4-40, R Pretorius 3-32)
    North Down 116-3 (31.5 overs, A Shields 34)
  • Premier League
    Waringstown (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 3 wickets.
    The Lawn, 6 July.
    Waringstown 174 (46.3 overs, G Thompson 66, K McCallan 32, A Malan 4-20, G McCarter 2-22, B Adair 2 -22)
    CSNI 179-7 (39.2 overs, M Ellison 57, A Malan 42, M Toppoing 29*, P Eaglestone 2-21)
  • Premier League
    CIYMS (4) beat Waringstown (0) by 7 wickets.
    Belmont , 30 June.
    Waringstown 148 (39.4 overs, L Nelson 44, O Pienaar 3-22, J Cameron-Dow 3-28, A Coulter 2-16)
    CIYMS 149-3 (31.4 overs, J Mulder 59*, Obus Pienaar 30*, J Matchett 26)
    DLS Method: par score 148 in 40 overs.
  • Premier League
    Instonians (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 27 runs.
    Shaw's Bridge, 30 June.
    CSNI 164-8 (39.0 overs, M Ellison 37, G Wilson 28, A Cowden 25*, J Magee 2-22, A White 2-22, J Hunter 2-28)
    Instonians 141 (34.5 overs, M Commins 29, R McKinley 26, M Foster 4-17, G McCarter 2-20, B Adair 2-24)
    DLS Method: par score 168 in 39 overs.
  • Premier League
    Muckamore (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 2 wickets.
    Moylena, 30 June.
    Carrickfergus 174 (47.2 overs, CJ van der Waly 51, J Snyman 34, Fahad Iqbal 3-28, K Rajavelu 2-29, A Adey 2-33)
    Muckamore 178-8 (48.4 overs, D Miller 46, Fahad Iqbal 31, S Lazars 28*, J Snyman 3-19, M McCord 2-22, A Haggan 2-37 )
  • Premier League
    Lisburn (0) lost to North Down (4) by 7 wickets.
    Wallace Park, 29 June.
    Lisburn 194-7 (43.0 overs, Faiz Fazal 59, R Strydon 52, R Pretorius 4-28)
    North Down 197-3 (36.4 overs, D Graham 55, R Pretorius 42*, S Nelson 42 )
  • Premier League
    North Down (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 16 runs.
    The Green, 8 June.
    Muckamore 171 (48.5 overs, J Rogers 44, S Lazars 35, R Pretorius 4-24, P Eakin 4-27)
    North Down 163-5 (46.0 overs, S Nelson 51*, N Burns 38, A Adey 2-33, S Lazars 2-38)
    DLS Method: par score 147 in 46 overs.
  • Premier League
    Carrickfergus (4) beat Waringstown (0) by 47 runs.
    Middle Road, 8 June.
    Carrickfergus 180 (47.3 overs, A Haggan 44*, J Holmes 36, J Mitchell 4-42, K McCallan 2-34, H Azam 2-39)
    Waringstown 133 (42.1 overs, A Dennison 36, R Eagleson 5-20, J Snyman 3-17)
  • Premier League
    Lisburn (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 10 runs.
    Wallace Park, 2 June.
    Waringstown 183 (46.1 overs, A Dennison 87 *, G Thompson 29, R McConket 3 -24, P Ferguson 2-16 , R Strydom 2-59)
    Lisburn 173 (49.2 overs, R Strydom 51, Haseeb Azam 4-29, G Kidd 3-37, P Eaglestone 2-18)
  • Premier League
    Carrickfergus (0) lost to North Down (4) by 2 wickets.
    Middle Road, 26 May.
    Carrickfergus 253-6 (50.0 overs, J Snyman 81, CJ van der Walt 59*, J Holmes 31, A Shields 3-34, P Eakin 2-57)
    North Down 221-8 (42.4 overs, R Pretorius 86, Ryan Haire 46, A Shetty 3-31, L Johnston 2-32)
    DLS Method: par score 219 in 43 overs.
  • Premier League
    CIYMS (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 5 wickets.
    Belmont , 18 May.
    Carrickfergus 141-7 (35.0 overs, A Haggan 37, J Holmes 27, N Jones 2-16, A Coulter 2-38)
    CIYMS 142-5 (24.1 overs, C Dougherty 55*, R Hunter 44, A Shetty 2-39)
  • Premier League
    Muckamore (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 43 runs.
    Moylena, 18 May.
    Muckamore 162 (34.3 overs, D Miller 55, Fahad Iqbal 38, A Malan 3-24, M Topping 3-25 )
    CSNI 137-1 (24.0 overs, M Ellison 64*, A Malan 36*, J Kennedy 31)
    DLS Method: par score 94 in 24 overs.
  • Premier League
    CSNI (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 50 runs.
    Stormont, 12 May.
    Waringstown 347-7 (50.0 overs, G Thompson 153, J McCollum 140, G McCarter 2-57, A Cowden 2-64)
    CSNI 297 (50.0 overs, A Malan 136, G McCarter 54 , A Wright 30, Haseeb Azam 3-39, J Mitchell 3-55, G Kidd 2-47 )
  • Premier League
    Instonians (0) lost to Lisburn (4) by 4 wickets.
    Shaw's Bridge, 12 May.
    Instonians 213 (49.0 overs, S Getkate 61, R McKinley 30, B Rose 26*, M Berry 4-64, D Simpson 2-30)
    Lisburn 216-6 (47.4 overs, R Simpson 63, Faiz Fazal 37, D Simpson 29*, B Rose 3-38)
  • Premier League
    Muckamore (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 8 wickets.
    Moylena, 12 May.
    Muckamore 170-9 (50.0 overs, D Miller 42, M O'Riordan 28, J Cameron-Dow 3-35, J Mulder 2-25 )
    CIYMS 173-2 (29.2 overs, O Pienaar 65*, J Matchett 53, N Jones 36*)
  • Premier League
    CIYMS (4) beat North Down (0) by 4 wickets.
    Belmont, 11 May.
    North Down 196-9 (50.0 overs, S Nelson 59, A Shields 37, R Pretorius 27, A Coulter 3-29, J Mulder 2-35, J Cameron-Dow 2-37)
    CIYMS 198-6 (49.2 overs, J Mulder 36, J Cameron-Dow 35*, C Robinson 2-34)
  • Premier League
    Lisburn (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 1 wicket.
    Wallace Park, 11 May.
    Muckamore 193 (50.0 overs, M O'Riordan 74, A Adey 26, M Berry 4-38, Faiz Fazal 2-36, C Atkinson 2-48)
    Lisburn 194-9 (46.5 overs, Faiz Fazal 108, D Simpson 40, P Karthik 5-39, N Gill 3-30)
  • Premier League
    Waringstown (4) beat Instonians (0) by 32 runs.
    The Lawn, 11 May.
    Waringstown 326-6 (50.0 overs, G Thompson 149*, L Nelson 59, M McClean 25, B Rose 3-59)
    Instonians 294 (48.2 overs, M Humphreys 61*, S Getkate 41, O Metcalfe 37, K M
  • Premier League
    Carrickfergus (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 5 wickets.
    Middle Road, 11 May.
    Carrickfergus 257-6 (50.0 overs, J Snyman 71, C van der Walt 63, B Adir 2 -37)
    CSNI 260-5 (48.1 overs, A Malan 57, G McCarter 51*, J Kennedy 46, J Smyman 2-28)
  • Premier League
    CSNI (0) lost to North Down (4) by 4 wickets.
    Stormont, 4 May.
    CSNI 231-7 (50.0 overs, A Malan 88, M Ellison 68, G McCarter 32, C Robinson 2-34, C Young 2-41)
    North Down 236-6 (48.3 overs, R Pretorius 107, A Shields 71, G McCarter 4-37)
  • Premier League
    Lisburn (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 4 wickets.
    Wallace Park, 4 May.
    Lisburn 196-5 (50.0 overs, A Berry 55 , J Waite 44, D Simpson 41 *, J Mulder 2-42)
    CIYMS 202-6 (39.1 overs, O Pienaar 101*, N Jones 42, D Simpson 3-29, F Fazal 3-44)
  • Premier League
    Waringstown (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 3 runs.
    The Lawn, 4 May.
    Waringstown 232-9 (50.0 overs, A Dennison 63, J Hall 45, SK Ravelu 3-27, A Adey 2-19, S Lazars 2-38)
    Muckamore 229 (49.5 overs, M O'Riordan 63, D Miller 41, J Rogers 25 , L Nelson 2- 20, M Daly 2-28, K McCallan 2 -32)
  • Premier League
    Carrickfergus (4) beat Instonians (0) by 64 runs.
    Middle Road, 4 May.
    Carrickfergus 320-6 (50 overs, G Snyman 124, J Holmes 65 , CJ van der Wakt 40*, N Smith 2-46, A White 2-53)
    Instonians 256 (48 overs, M Humphreys 77, O Metcalfe 46, CJ van der Walt 5-74)
Section 1
                        P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Woodvale               17   13    0    0    4   52         
Templepatrick          18   10    0    0    8   40         
Ballymena              18    9    1    0    8   38         
Donacloney Mill        18    9    1    1    7   38         
Cregagh                17    9    0    0    8   36         
Derriaghy              18    8    1    2    7   34         
Armagh                 18    8    0    3    7   32         
Downpatrick            18    7    1    0   10   30         
Bangor                 18    7    0    0   11   28         
Holywood               18    4    0    0   14   16         
  • Section 1
    Donacloney Mill (0) lost to Downpatrick (4) by 44 runs.
    Factory Ground, 14 September.
    Downpatrick 146-6 (20.0 overs, G Ringland 68*, A Bingham 2-17)
    Donacloney Mill 102-9 (20.0 overs, S McCart 32, C Martin 2-6, C Boultwood 2-13, T Pilon 2-22)
  • Section 1
    Cregagh (4) beat Bangor (0) by 7 wickets.
    Gibson Park, 8 September.
    Bangor 141-7 (J Patterson 42 , M English 41, C Burns 31, D Cooper 2 -15, Ma Shannon 2-20, D McCormick 2-33)
    Cregagh 142-3 (J Moore 65*, A Johnston 38, M Grossett 2-27)
  • Section 1
    Templepatrick v Holywood - match awarded to Templepatrick.
    8 September.
  • Section 1
    Bangor (0) lost to Ballymena (4) by 83 runs.
    Upritchard Park, 7 September.
    Ballymena 212-5 (S Colgan 65*, J McClean 43, J Glass 36, R Miller 2-31, J Patterson 2-43)
    Bangor 129 (M Nixon 38, R McLarnon 26, A Frazer 2-7, M Glass 2-17, J Glass 2-20)
  • Section 1
    Templepatrick (4) beat Cregagh (0) by 5 wickets.
    Cloughan, 7 September.
    Cregagh 56-9 (J Busby 5-9)
    Templepatrick 57-5 (A Smyth 36, R Moore 2-5)
  • Section 1
    Woodvale (4) beat Cregagh (0) by 150 runs.
    Ballygomartin Road, 1 September.
    Woodvale 242-8 (50.0 overs, W Horwood 78, S Bunting 54, F Saeed 39, R Moore 4-36, C Shannon 2-59)
    Cregagh 94 (26.1 overs, A McCormick 26, S Bunting 4-13, M McKeown 2-9, T Browne 2-27)
  • Section 1
    Downpatrick (4) beat Holywood (0) by 6 wickets.
    The Meadow, 1 September.
    Holywood 159-5 (R Adir 55, A Paul 44, C Walsh 36, R Smyth 2-14)
    Downpatrick 160-4 (R Smyth 63*, J Wade 26, C Chrishop 4-41)
  • Section 1
    Ballymena (4) beat Woodvale (0) by 7 runs.
    25 August.
    Ballymena 126-3 (S Colgan 54*, K Alphale 50*, L Adair 3-13)
    Woodvale 119-7 (W Horwood 38, O Dick 3-22, S Glass 2-13)
  • Section 1
    Derriaghy (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 24 runs.
    25 August.
    Derriaghy 121-5 (M Jennings 30*, A Kenny 26, F Lutton 2-18, E Wilson 2-30)
    Templepatrick 97-5 (E Wilson 26, C Lewis 2-8)
  • Section 1
    Woodvale (4) beat Derriaghy (0) by 27 runs.
    Ballygomartin Road, 24 August.
    Woodvale 105 (43.0 overs, W Hughes 3-15, C Moorehead 3-24, R Bailey 2-20)
    Derriaghy 78 (21.0 overs, C Moorehead 42, S Bunting 6-25, F Saeed 3-25)
  • Section 1
    Ballymena (0) lost to Armagh (4) by 76 runs.
    Eaton Park, 24 August.
    Armagh 164-7 (50 overs, N Gelston 39, R Karanjkar 34, U Azhar 32, J Glass 2-20, M Glass 2-30)
    Ballymena 88 (33 overs, J Glass 46, N Gelston 3-15, R Karanjkar 3-29, H Doyle 2-11)
  • Section 1
    Donacloney Mill (4) beat Cregagh (0) by 7 wickets.
    Factory Ground, 24 August.
    Cregagh 185 (J Hunter 55, T McClure 4-36, J Stevenson 3-16)
    Donacloney Mill 190-3 (A Dandekar 101*, S Warren 49)
  • Section 1
    Downpatrick (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 6 wickets.
    The Meadow, 24 August.
    Templepatrick 98 (M Gartland 4-6, R Boultwood 3-23, R Smyth 2 -14)
    Downpatrick 99-4 (J Wade 47, D McFadden 2-9)
  • Section 1
    Holywood (0) lost to Bangor (4) by 52 runs.
    Seapark, 24 August.
    Bangor 130 (C Burns 36, J Patterson 23, A Haire 3-18, J Chrishop 2-13, R Adair 2-35)
    Holywood 78 (A Haire 35*, A Nixon 5-18, J Patterson 2-13)
  • Section 1
    Downpatrick (4) lost to Cregagh (0) by 6 wickets.
    The Meadow, 18 August.
    Downpatrick 106-6 (C Boultwood 49, A Beattie 3-15)
    Cregagh 107-4 (J Moore 48, A Johnston 30* , R Boultwood 3-12)
  • Section 1
    Woodvale (0) lost to Armagh (4) by 3 runs.
    Ballygomartin Road, 18 August.
    Armagh 76-4 (R Karanjkar 28)
    Woodvale 75-6 (W Horwood 33, N Gelston 3-12)
    DLS Method: par score 78 in 12 overs.
  • Section 1
    Bangor (4) beat Downpatrick (0) by 5 wickets.
    Upritchard Park, 17 August.
    Downpatrick 190-5 (37.0 overs, J W ade 89, J Chappell 36, C Boultwood 31, J PAtterson 3-30)
    Bangor 202-5 (35.4 overs, A McCusker 79, J PAtterson 50, M Gartland 2-39)
    DLS Method: par score 201 in 37 overs.
  • Section 1
    Derriaghy (0) lost to Donacloney Mill (4) by 3 runs.
    Queensway, 17 August.
    Donacloney Mill 177-9 (Max Lyttle 72, Ma Lyttle 39, S Warren 26, D Poulton 5-19)
    Derriaghy 177 (R Bailey 59, T Moorhead 53*, T McClure 5-13)
    DLS Method: par score 180 in 31 overs.
  • Section 1
    Holywood (0) lost to Ballymena (4) by 5 wickets.
    Seapark, 17 August.
    Holywood 87 (K Aphale 3-17, J Gibson 2-16, M Glass 2 -20)
    Ballymena 87-5 (J McClean 48*, K Aphale 26, A Paul 3- 22)
    DLS Method: par score 86 in 40 overs.
  • Section 1
    Armagh (0) lost to Woodvale (4) by 17 runs.
    The Mall, 17 August.
    Woodvale 182 (W Horwood 50, D Boyce 42, E Wilson 3-22)
    Armagh 152 (R Karanjkar 56)
    DLS Method: par score 169.
  • Section 1
    Ballymena (4) beat Holywood (0) by 53 runs.
    11 August.
    Ballymena 112-5 (K Aphale 55*, A Paul 2-15 )
    Holywood 59 (J Gibson 3 -6, K Aphale 3-3, M Glass 3-23)
  • Section 1
    Holywood (0) lost to Templepatrick (4) by 7 wickets.
    Seapark, 4 August.
    Holywood 190-9 (A Haire 52, A Paul 35, J Busby 3-26, M Stewart 3 -27)
    Templepatrick 192-3 (M Thompson 60, R Bryans 54, A Paul 2-4 1)
  • Section 1
    Armagh (0) lost to Templepatrick (4) by 7 wickets.
    The Mall, 3 August.
    Armagh 156 (N Gelston 96, A Greer 3-31, E Wilson 2-28)
    Templepatrick 157-3 (A Smith 88*, R Greer 28)
  • Section 1
    Bangor (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 81 runs.
    Upritchard Park, 3 August.
    Derriaghy 171-2 (R Bailey 95, M Halliday 42, D Pulton 25*, J Patterson 2 -41)
    Bangor 137-8 (W Hughes 3-21, B White 2-24)
    DLS Method: par score 218 in 30 overs.
  • Section 1
    Cregagh (4) beat Holywood (0) by 123 runs.
    Gibson Park, 3 August.
    Cregagh 209-7 (J Hunter 76 , T Anderson 3-36, A Haire 2-35)
    Holywood 106 (A Marks 40, A McCormick 6-14, D McCormick 3-26)
    DLS Method: par score 230 in 40 overs.
  • Section 1
    Woodvale (4) beat Donacloney Mill (0) by 113 runs.
    Ballygomartin Road, 3 August.
    Woodvale 243-8 (D Boyce 65, J Gibson 43, F Saeed 39, T McClure 3-42)
    Donacloney Mill 137 (A Dandekar 38, T Browne 4-34, F Saeed 3-35 )
    DLS Method: par score 250 in 40 overs.
  • Section 1
    Downpatrick (0) lost to Ballymena (4) by 6 wickets.
    The Meadow, 3 August.
    Downpatrick 164-8 (G Ringland 54, R Boultwood 43)
    Ballymena 161-4 (K Aphale 65*, S Colgan 54 *, M Yeates 2-14)
    DLS Method: par score 160.
  • Section 1
    Derriaghy (2) tied with Donacloney Mill (2).
    1 August.
    Derriaghy 124-7 (M Jennings 38, R Bailey 34, A Bingham 2 -14)
    Donacloney Mill 124-9 (A Dandekar 47, M Lyttle 31, D Poulton 3-27, M Jennings 2-22)
  • Section 1
    Ballymena (4) beat Donacloney Mill (0) by 52 runs.
    Eaton Park, 27 July.
    Ballymena 174 (K Alphale 49, S McCart 3-26 , L Allison 2-49)
    Donacloney Mill 122 (A Dandekar 38, P Derby 34, K Aphale 3-19, J Glass 3-31, S Glass 2-24)
  • Section 1
    Bangor (4) beat Armagh (0) by 72 runs.
    Upritchard Park, 27 July.
    Bangor 251-6 (C Bu rns 129, M English 30, J Patterson 26 , M Hoey 2-4 2)
    Armagh 179 (U Azhar 83, M Grossett 4 -33, A Nixon 2-24)
  • Section 1
    Cregagh (0) lost to Downpatrick (4) by 132 runs.
    Gibson Park, 27 July.
    Downpatrick 190 (R Smyth 40, C Boultwood 39, J Chappell 30, L Moore 5-60)
    Cregagh 58 (A Beattie 30, R Boutwood 4 -23, M Yeates 4- 25 , M Gartland 2-0)
  • Section 1
    Derriaghy (4) beat Holywood (0) by 7 wickets.
    Queensway, 27 July.
    Holywood 69 (W Hughes 4-20, C Moorhead 3 -17, D Poulton 2 -16 )
    Derriaghy 70-3
  • Section 1
    Templepatrick (0) lost to Woodvale (4) by 88 runs.
    The Cloughan, 27 July.
    Woodvale 182 (D Boyce 62, F Saeed 28, C Weir 3-26 , A Smith 2 -4 , P Kernaghan 2-42)
    Templepatrick 94 (D McFadden 34, F Saeed 3-10, S Bunting 3-30, M McKeown 2-4)
  • Section 1
    Donacloney Mill (0) lost to Templepatrick (4) by 7 wickets.
    26 July.
    Donacloney Mill 153-4 (A Dandekar 53, M Lyttle 31, M Stewart 2-19)
    Templepatrick 157-3 (A Smith 89*, R Bryans 29, S McCart 2-29)
  • Section 1
    Cregagh (4) beat Ballymena (0) by 7 wickets.
    Gibson Park, 20 July.
    Ballymena 140 (S Colgan 38, C Shannon 3-17, D Cooper 25-)
    Cregagh 142-3 (J Hunter 51, D Cooper 33)
  • Section 1
    Donacloney Mill (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 6 wickets.
    Factory Ground, 20 July.
    Templepatrick 116 (A Smith 73*, L Allison 3-19, S McCart 2-6, T McClure 2-21)
    Donacloney Mill 120-4 (A Dandekar 71*, M Stewart 2-16)
  • Section 1
    Downpatrick (4) beat Derriaghy (0) by 35 runs.
    The Meadow, 20 July.
    Downpatrick 177-4 (J Wade 46, C Boutlwood 42*, R Smyth 26)
    Derriaghy 142 (D Poulton 31, T Pilon 3-4, C Boultwood 2-27, A Graham 2-40)
  • Section 1
    Holywood (0) lost to Armagh (4) by 20 runs.
    Seapark, 20 July.
    Armagh 182-9 (R Karanjcar 101, C Russell 26, S Sharkey 2-28, R Adair 2-38)
    Holywood 162 (A Paul 30, S Sharkey 25, R Karanjcar 3-15, N Gelston 3-17, A Smyth 2-18)
  • Section 1
    Woodvale (4) beat Bangor (0) by 7 wickets.
    Ballygomartin Road, 20 July.
    Bangor 216-5 (A Nixon 53, J Patterson 41, M Grossett 39, P Robinson 2-36)
    Woodvale 220-3 (W Horwood 81, D Boyce 70, F Saeed 29, C Pyper 2-44)
  • Section 1
    Holywood (4) beat Downpatrick (0) by 74 runs.
    Seapark, 14 July.
    Holywood 219-9 (40 overs, R Adair 77, T Anderson 36, D Mullan 2-16, M Yeates 2-37)
    Downpatrick 145 (33.2, J Wade 39, S Sharkey 4 -16, T Anderson 3-29)
  • Section 1
    Armagh (4) beat Downpatrick (0) by 4 wickets.
    The Mall, 13 July.
    Downpatrick 127 (R Smyth 57, H Doyle 3-28, R Karannjkar 3-31)
    Armagh 128-6 (R Karanjkar 33)
  • Section 1
    Ballymena (0) lost to Templepatrick (4) by 8 runs.
    Eaton Park, 13 July.
    Templepatrick 92 (A Smith 25 , J Gibson 4-22, J Glass 4-24)
    Ballymena 84 (J McClean 26, J Busby 3-15 , C Weir 3 -17, E Wilson 3-19)
  • Section 1
    Bangor (4) beat Donacloney Mill (0) by 64 runs.
    Upritchard Park, 13 July.
    Bangor 154 (C Burns 50, S McCart 4-29, T McClure 2-32)
    Donacloney Mill 90 (A Nixon 5-31, J Stewart 2-30, J Bates 2-22)
  • Section 1
    Derriaghy (0) lost to Cregagh (4) by 3 wickets.
    Queensway, 13 July.
    Derriaghy 180 (D Poulton 50, L Moore 3-28, A McCormick 2-8, D Cooper 2 -31)
    Cregagh 181-7 (A Beattie 42*, L Moore 40, C Irvine 30*, D Poulton 2-24, I Sinovich 2-46 )
  • Section 1
    Holywood (0) lost to Woodvale (4) by 4 wickets.
    Seapark, 13 July.
    Holywood 232-6 (R Adair 153 , F Saeed 3 -27)
    Woodvale 235-6 (D Boyce 88, F Saeed 33, P Robinson 29*, A Paul 2-40)
  • Section 1
    Cregagh (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 1 wicket.
    Gibson Park, 7 July.
    Templepatrick 145-8 (D Cooper 2-21)
    Cregagh 148-9 (A Beattie 26 , J Busby 3-26, M Stewart 2-28, J Carlisle 2-27)
  • Section 1
    Downpatrick (0) lost to Woodvale (4) by 3 runs.
    The Meadow, 6 July.
    Woodvale 184 (40.0 overs, D Boyce 42, F Saeed 36 , M Irwin 32, R Boultwood 6-57)
    Downpatrick 181-9 (J Chappell 73*, C Boultwood 26 , R Boultwood 25 , L Adair 2-27 , F Saeed 2-32, W Horwood 2-33)
  • Section 1
    Donacloney Mill (4) beat Holywood (0) by 9 wickets.
    6 July.
    Holywood 96 (A Dankekar 5-13, T McClure 3-20, A Bingham 2-30)
    Donacloney Mill 97-1 (C Woods 51*, R Matthews 28*)
  • Section 1
    Cregagh (4) beat Armagh (0) by 6 wickets.
    Gibson Park, 6 July.
    Armagh 113 (A Beattie 4-29, G Hassard 2-14 , D Cooper 2-20)
    Cregagh 114-4 (J Hunter 51*, R Moore 26*, R Karanjkar 2-2 5)
  • Section 1
    Ballymena (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 9 wickets.
    Eaton Park, 6 July.
    Ballymena 106 (S Willoughby 37, M Glass 31, D Poulton 5 -18, W Hughes 2-17)
    Derriaghy 111-1 (R Bailey 55*, C Moorhead 41*)
  • Section 1
    Templepatrick (4) beat Bangor (0) by 4 wickets.
    The Cloughan, 6 July.
    Bangor 148 (R McLarnon 38, A Nixon 26, M Stewart 2-5, D McFadden 2-14, R Bryans 2-23)
    Templepatrick 152-6 (A Smith 95 *, J Bates 3-38, A Nixon 2-39)
  • Section 1
    Armagh (0) lost to Donacloney Mill (4) by 6 wickets.
    2 July.
    Armagh 109-9
    Donacloney Mill 110-4
  • Section 1
    Downpatrick (0) beat Bangor (4) by 46 runs.
    30 June.
    Downpatrick 122-8 (R Boultwood 59, C Boultwood 33 , M Grossett 3-21)
    Bangor 76 (M Gartland 5-13, C Boultwood 3-10)
  • Section 1
    Templepatrick (0) lost to Armagh (4) by 3 wickets.
    30 June.
    Templepatrick 49 (N Gelston 4-4, H Doyle 3-23, R Karanjkar 2-7)
    Armagh 51-7 (C Weir 4-24, J Busby 3-8)
  • Section 1
    Ballymena (0) lost to Bangor (4) by 6 wickets.
    Eaton Park, 29 June.
    Ballymena 106 (M Glass 27, M Grossett 4-39, R Miller 2-12, T Khan 2-16)
    Bangor 107-4 (A Nixon 45*, M Grossett 42 , K Aphale 2-21 )
  • Section 1
    Downpatrick (0)lost to Donacloney Mill (4 ) by 47 runs.
    The Meadow, 29 June.
    Donacloney Mill 107
    Downpatrick 60
  • Section 1
    Bangor (4) beat Derriaghy (0) by 23 runs.
    23 June.
    Bangor 171-8 (A McCusker 54 , C Burns 36 , D Poulton 3- 34, C Moorhead 2-2 4, C Lewis 2-33 )
    Derriaghy 148 (M Jennings 43, R Bailey 30, M Grossett 3-12 , J Bates 2-26, A Nixon 2-31)
  • Section 1
    Cregagh (4) beat Holywood (0) by 269 runs.
    23 June.
    Cregagh 358-6 (A Johnston 108, J Hunter 104)
    Holywood 89 (P McCormick 49, A Beattie 4-28, A Skelton 3-17, A Carey 2-9)
  • Section 1
    Armagh (4) beat Ballymena (0) by 113 runs.
    The Mall, 22 June.
    Armagh 196 (R Karanjkar 72, J Gibson 4-20)
    Ballymena 83 (S Willoughby 33, N Gelston 3-14 , M Hoey 2-5, H Doyle 2-18)
  • Section 1
    Bangor (0) lost to Holywood (4) by 5 wickets.
    Upritchard Park, 22 June.
    Bangor 112 (T Anderson 3-14, R Adair 2-19, P McvCormick 2-27)
    Holywood 113-5 (C Walsh 32, T Khan 2-20)
  • Section 1
    Cregagh (0) lost to Donacloney Mill (4) by 5 runs.
    Gibson Park, 22 June.
    Donacloney Mill 84 (A Beattie 3 -11, G Hassard 3-18, D Cooper 3-24 )
    Cregagh 79 (A Dandekar 3-15, T McClure 3-15, S Hanna 2-2 4 )
  • Section 1
    Derriaghy (0) lost to Woodvale (4) by 104 runs.
    Queensway, 22 June.
    Woodvale 217-9 (S Bunting 56, D Boyce 46, P Robinson 42, D Poulton 4-57, W Hughes 2-32)
    Derriaghy 113 (D Poulton 32, L Adair 3-23, S Bunting 2-11, F Saeed 2-24)
  • Section 1
    Templepatrick (4) beat Downpatrick (0) by 8 wickets.
    The Cloughan, 22 June.
    Downpatrick 133 (G Ringland 51, J Carlisle 4-33, E Wilson 2-1, R Bryans 2-41)
    Templepatrick 134-2 (A Smith 64*, R Bryans 32*)
  • Section 1
    Bangor (4) beat Armagh (0) by 44 runs.
    9 June.
    Bangor 155-9 (M Nixon 32, N Gelston 2-19, R Karanjkar 2-26, B Mackey 2-29)
    Armagh 111 (M Grossett 5-36, G Prince 2-7, T Khan 2-24)
  • Section 1
    Bangor (0) lost to Cregagh (4) by 12 runs.
    Upritchard PArk, 8 June.
    Bangor 139 (C Burns 80, C Irvine 4-13, C Shannon 2-11, D Cooper 2-20)
    Cregagh 132-7 (A Nixon 2-19, T Khan 2-28)
    DLS Method: par score 120 in 45 overs.
  • Section 1
    Woodvale (0) lost to Ballymena (4) by 12 runs.
    Ballygomartin Road, 8 June.
    Woodvale 134 (49.3 overs, M Glass 4-21, I Dick 2-48)
    Ballymena 84-3 (33.0 overs, K Aphale 31, F Saeed 2-16)
    DLS Method: par score 72 in 33 overs.
  • Section 1
    Derriaghy (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 188 runs.
    8 June.
    Derriaghy 288-9 (M Jennings 68, C Moorhead 63*, C Lewis 57, J Busby 2-28, M Stewart 2-32, R Bryans 2-59)
    Templepatrick 84 (M Thompson 37, C Moorhead 5-15, C Lewis 3-24)
  • Section 1
    Downpatrick (4) beat Derriaghy (0) by 94 runs.
    2 June.
    Downpatrick 183-7 (C Boultwood 49, J Wade 70, C Moorhead 2-20)
    Derriaghy 89 (M Gartland 3-10, N Yeates 2-18, C Voultwood 2 -18)
  • Section 1
    Templepatrick (4) beat Bangor (0) by 68 runs.
    2 June.
    Templepatrick 314-6 (A Smyth 117, R Greer 71, D McFadden 51*, G Prince 2-43, J Stewart 2 -53, M Grossett 2-69)
    Bangor 246 (N McCollum 63, A McCusker 40, R McLarnon 43*, R Bryans 2-22, M Stewart 2-41, J Busby 2-43)
  • Section 1
    Woodvale (4) beat Downpatrick (0) by 8 wickets.
    Ballygomartin Road, 26 May.
    Downpatrick 82 (D Mullan 33, F Saeed 5-18, M McKeown 2-9, S Bunting 2-17)
    Woodvale 83-2 (W Horwood 31, Mi Irwin 25*)
  • Section 1
    Armagh (4) beat Cregagh (0) by 46 runs.
    The Mall, 26 May.
    Armagh 169 (R Karanjkar 47, S Wilson 33, A Beattie 5-33, A McCormick 2-18)
    Cregagh 123 (S Wilson 4-24, R Karanjkar 3-29, N Gelston 2-20)
  • Section 1
    Ballymena (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 6 wickets.
    19 May.
    Ballymena 135 (S Willoughby 66, W Hughes 5-16, D Poulton 2-22, C Lewis 2-24)
    Derriaghy 137-4 (A Kenny 41, S Glass 2-43)
  • Section 1
    Donacloney Mill (0) lost to Woodvale (4) by 5 wickets.
    Donaghcloney, 18 May.
    Donacloney Mill 212 (A Dandekar 133, F Saeed 3-33, T Browne 2-35, S Bunting 2-41)
    Woodvale 213-5 (W Horwood 81, S Bunting 42*, Michael Irwin 31, S Hanna 2-37, A Dandelar 2-49)
  • Section 1
    Ballymena (2) tied with Downpatrick (2).
    Eaton Park, 18 May.
    Downpatrick 198-4 (R Smyth 79, C Boultwood 63)
    Ballymena 219 (S Willoughby 81, K Aphale 73, D Mullan 4-27 )
    DLS Method: par score 219 in 45 overs.
  • Section 1
    Donacloney Mill (4) beat Holywood (0) by 17 runs.
    16 May.
    Donacloney Mill 171-6 (M Lyttle 54, C Woods 53, M Best 3-31, D Kennedy 2-31)
    Holywood 154 (A Haire 47, C Woods 4 -28, S Hanna 2-19, L Allison 2-34)
  • Section 1
    Ballymena (4) beat Cregagh (0) by 6 wickets.
    Eaton Park, 12 May.
    Cregagh 172 (M Johnston 80, J Gibson 2-4, S Glass 2-34)
    Ballymena 173-4 (J Glass 46, J Gibson 37, K Aphale 34, D Cooper 2-19)
  • Section 1
    Donacloney Mill (0) lost to Ballymena (4) by 156 runs.
    Factory Ground, 11 May.
    Ballymena 209-9 (K Aphale 56, M Pick 28, S Hanna 4-30, N Campbell 2-54)
    Donacloney Mill 53 (O Dick 6-33, M Glass 2-5, J Glass 2-12)
  • Section 1
    Holywood (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 6 wickets.
    Seapark, 11 May.
    Holywood 64 (C Lewis 6-16)
    Derriaghy 69-4 (D Kennedy 3-23)
  • Section 1
    Woodvale (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 155 runs.
    Ballygomartin Road, 11 May.
    Woodvale 216 (D Boyce 60, W Horwood 55, P Robinson 33*, J Busby 4-27, E Wilson 3-39)
    Templepatrick 61 (S Bunting 6-20, M McKeown 2-3)
  • Section 1
    Armagh (0) lost to Holywood (4) by 10 wickets.
    The Mall, 6 May.
    Armagh 84 (D Kennedy 8-29)
    Holywood 85-0 (R Adair 70*)
  • Section 1
    Bangor (0) lost to Woodvale (4) by 129 runs.
    Upricthard Park, 6 May.
    Woodvale 240-6 (38.0 overs, S Bunting 69, D Boyce 56, Mi Irwin 51, A Nixon 3-52, J Patterson 2-37)
    Bangor 118 (27.4 overs, M Nixon 32, M McKeown 5-26, S Bunting 3-34)
    DLS Method: par score 247 in 38 overs.
  • Section 1
    Cregagh (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 5 wickets.
    Cregagh, 4 May.
    Cregagh 168-9 (A Johnson 48, C Moorehard 4-27, C Lewis 2-19, D Poulton 2-35)
    Derriaghy 169-5 (D Poulton 61*, R Bailey 56, A Kenny 27, D Cooper 4-13)
  • Section 1
    Donacloney Mill (4) beat Bangor (0) by 6 wickets.
    4 May.
    Bangor 128 (C Burns 36, M Nixon 31, A Bingham 4-6, S McClure 3-25)
    Donacloney Mill 130-4 (M Lyttle 34, M Nixon 2-22)
  • Section 1
    Downpatrick (0) lost to Armagh (4) by 67 runs.
    The Meadow, 4 May.
    Armagh 190 (A Hoey 53, J Crowe 34*, H Boyd 28, C Gilmore 3-34, C Boultwood 2-28, R Boultwood 2-30)
    Downpatrick 123 (R Smyth 60, N Gelston 4-12, B Mackey 4-37)
  • Section 1
    Templepatrick (4) beat Ballymena (0) by 7 wickets.
    4 May.
    Ballymena 78 (M Stewart 3-16, C Weir 3-17, R Bryans 2-17)
    Templepatrick 82-3 (A Smith 44)
  • Section 1
    Woodvale (0) lost to Holywood (4) by 48 runs.
    Ballygomartin Road, 4 May.
    Holywood 168 (R Adair 57, D Agnew 36, L Adair 4-30, S Bunting 3-36, T Browne 2-28)
    Woodvale 120 (A Robinson 40, R Adair 4-22, D Kennedy 4-46)
Premier League Scorecards
Scorecard Instonians (4) lost to North Down (4) by 57 runs, 21 September.
Scorecard Instonians (4 ) beat Waringstown (0) by 95 runs, 15 September.
Scorecard Waringstown (0) lost to v North Down (4) by 9 wickets, 14 September.
Scorecard Instonians beat CSNI by 9 runs, 13 September.
Scorecard North Down (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 5 runs, 8 September.
Scorecard Muckamore (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 35 runs, 8 September.
Scorecard Instonians (2) tied with CIYMS (2), 8 September.
Scorecard Carrickfergus v Muckamore - abandoned - no result, 8 September.
Scorecard CSNI 90) lost to Carrickfergus (4) by 7 wickets, 7 September.
Scorecard Muckamore (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 1 run, 7 September.
Scorecard CIYMS (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 21 runs, 7 September.
Scorecard CIYMS (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 9 wickets, 6 September.
Scorecard Muckamore (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 6 wickets, 1 September.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 87 runs (DLS), 31 August.
Scorecard CIYMS (4) beat CSNI (0) by 7 wickets, 24 August.
Scorecard Lisburn (0) lost to Carrickfergus (4) by 7 wickets, 24 August.
Scorecard CSNI (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 84 runs, 23 August.
Scorecard Instonians (0) lost to Carrickfergus (4) by 171 runs, 4 August.
Scorecard North Down (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 3 wickets, 4 August.
Scorecard Lisburn (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 7 wickets (DLS), 3 August.
Scorecard Muckamore (0) lost to North Down (4) by 4 wickets (DLS), 3 August.
Scorecard Waringstown (0) lost to Carrickfergus (4) by 4 wickets (DLS), 3 August.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (4 ) beat CIYMS (0) by 29 runs, 27 July.
Scorecard CSNI (0) lost to Muckamore (4) by 4 wickets, 27 July.
Scorecard North Down (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 17 runs, 27 July.
Scorecard Waringstown (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 58 runs, 27 July.
Scorecard CSNI (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 7 wickets, 13 July.
Scorecard Carrickfergus ( 4) beat Lisburn (0) by 4 wickets, 13 July.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat Waringstown (0) by 6 wickets, 13 July.
Scorecard Instonians (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 171 runs, 13 July.
Scorecard CIYMS (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 8 wickets, 6 July.
Scorecard Lisburn (4 ) beat Instonians (0) by 8 wickets, 6 July.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 7 wickets, 6 July.
Scorecard Waringstown (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 3 wickets, 6 July.
Scorecard CIYMS (4) beat Waringstown (0) by 7 wickets (DLS), 30 June.
Scorecard Instonians (0) lost to CSNI (4 ) by 27 runs (DLS), 30 June.
Scorecard Muckamore (4) beat Carrickfergus( 0) by 2 wickets, 30 June.
Scorecard Lisburn (0) lost to North Down (4) by 7 wickets, 29 June.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (4) beat Waringstown (0) by 47 runs, 8 June.
Scorecard North Down ( 4) beat Muckamore (0) by 16 runs (DLS), 8 June.
Scorecard Lisburn (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 10 runs, 2 June.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (0) lost to North Down (4) by 2 wickets (DLS), 26 May.
Scorecard CIYMS (4 ) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 5 wickets, 18 May.
Scorecard Muckamore (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 43 runs (DLS), 18 May.
Scorecard CSNI (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 50 runs, 12 May.
Scorecard Instonians (0) lost to Lisburn (0) by 4 wickets, 12 May.
Scorecard Muckamore (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 8 wickets, 12 May.
Scorecard Lisburn (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 1 wicket, 11 May.
Scorecard CIYMS (4) beat North Down (0) by 4 wickets, 11 May.
Scorecard Waringstown (4 ) beat Instonians (0) by 32 runs, 11 May.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 5 wickets, 11 May.
Scorecard CSNI (0) lost to North Down (4) by 4 wickets, 4 May.
Scorecard Lisburn (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 4 wickets, 4 May.
Scorecard Waringstown (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 3 runs, 4 May.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (4) beat Instonians (0) by 64 runs, 4 May.
League Reports & Articles
Instonians finish on a high Instonians finish on a high ZZZZ10:17 amZZZZ
Instonians completed the Robinson Services Premier League season yesterday with a fourth victory in five unbeaten games, condemning Waringstown to a seventh defeat of the season.
Downpatrick win sees Bangor down Downpatrick win sees Bangor down ZZZZ12:34 amZZZZ
Downpatrick claimed their seat in the lifeboat with a comfortable last chance win at Donacloney Mill which sends Bangor into Section Two alongside neighbours Holywood.
Downpatrick bidding for survival Downpatrick bidding for survival ZZZZ1:34 pmZZZZ
The big game of the day takes place two miles down at the road at Donaghcloney where Downpatrick must win their final game to prevent the famous club dropping into the third tier.
The agony and the ectasy The agony and the ectasy ZZZZ2:50 amZZZZ
After Lisburn lost their final Robinson Services Premier League match of the season at CIYMS, they could only watch on as Muckamore and Instonians tried to secure their top-flight status for 2020 and relegate the Wallace Park outfit in the process.
CIYMS champions again CIYMS champions again ZZZZ9:52 amZZZZ
CIYMS retained the Robinson Services Premier League title last night when their second match of the day, against Instonians at Shaw’s Bridge, ended in a tie.
A weekend of heartbreak for Muckamore A weekend of heartbreak for Muckamore ZZZZ3:59 amZZZZ
After Saturday’s disappointment again Waringstown they had two more chances to climb to safety with games on Sunday morning against Instonians and on Sunday afternoon away to Carrickfergus but a loss against Instonians and a 'wash-out' at Carrick ended their hopes of survival.
CIYMS claim title in last over dramas CIYMS claim title in last over dramas ZZZZ2:27 amZZZZ
CIYMS claimed the Premier League crown in dramatic fashion last night tieing with Instonians to follow up their final win against rivals North Down earlier in the day.
CIYMS on brink of title despite loss CIYMS on brink of title despite loss ZZZZ1:33 pmZZZZ
CIYMS lost their second match of the Robinson Services Premier League season yesterday but can still retain their title today.
Muckamore a yard short! Muckamore a yard short! ZZZZ9:37 amZZZZ
Muckamore spurned the lifeline Waringstown threw them as they came up a yard short going for the tieing single that would have ensured their Premier League survival.
Meanwhile over in East Belfast... Meanwhile over in East Belfast... ZZZZ2:45 pmZZZZ
While Muckamore were losing to Waringstown over in Belmont League leaders CIYMS were going down at the hands of an Instonians side who now join Lisburn and Muckamore on twelve points.
No slip-up from CIYMS No slip-up from CIYMS ZZZZ11:39 amZZZZ
Lisburn lost their final match of the season to CIYMS on Friday night at Belmont. The home side made light of their missing regulars with a 9 wicket win in the 14th over.
Premier League heading for exciting finale Premier League heading for exciting finale ZZZZ10:23 amZZZZ
THE Robinson Services Premier League is set to career towards a finale this weekend with eight matches being played and the title and relegation still to be decided.
Hold on to your hats! Hold on to your hats! ZZZZ1:09 amZZZZ
After what has been a pedestrian season, this weekend sees a whirlwind of activity as contenders and strugglers rush to complete their League programmes.
Muckamore give Gill perfect birthday present Muckamore give Gill perfect birthday present ZZZZ2:22 amZZZZ
Muckamore captain Neil Gill celebrated his 33rd birthday in style after helping his side to a vital six-wicket victory over Lisburn at Moylena on Sunday.
Muckamore beat Lisburn in crunch clash Muckamore beat Lisburn in crunch clash ZZZZ9:22 amZZZZ
MUCKAMORE moved off the bottom of the Robinson Services Premier League table and put Lisburn under pressure to preserve their top flight status.
Woodvale going up in style Woodvale going up in style ZZZZ10:00 amZZZZ
Woodvale sealed the Section One title in style with a 150 run victory over their only rivals Cregagh at Ballygomartin Road.
North Down keep the pressure on North Down keep the pressure on ZZZZ2:19 amZZZZ
North Down keep the pressure on, Woodvale still waiting as Cliftonville Academy are promoted to Section One.
Ian Callender's Saturday Roundup Ian Callender's Saturday Roundup ZZZZ11:29 amZZZZ
Lisburn's fate is no longer in their own hands after they lost the only Robinson Services Premier League game of the day to North Down by 97 runs.
The Wallace Park side remain four points above Instonians and Muckamore at the bottom of the table but now have only two games left, while Instonians have six and Muckamore four, the first of those today against Lisburn.
Who can stop CIYMS surge? Who can stop CIYMS surge? ZZZZ9:34 amZZZZ
IT’S a date at The Lawn on Saturday for CIYMS as the Robinson Services Premier League champions continue what appears to be a relentless surge towards a second successive title.
CIYMS on target to defend crown CIYMS on target to defend crown ZZZZ8:04 amZZZZ
CIYMS are hot favourites to retain the Premiership as they moved clear at the top of the table despite being set a victory target of 247 by Civil Service North.
NCU Senior League roundup NCU Senior League roundup ZZZZ11:12 pmZZZZ
CIYMS still head the pack after chasing down CSNI's 246 at Belmont as North Down sit out the action due to the Irish Cup Final. While Woodvale are back to winning ways with a home victory over Derriaghy.
Lisburn turn to familiar face for salvation Lisburn turn to familiar face for salvation ZZZZ11:57 amZZZZ
LISBURN have failed in their bid to get a replacement professional for their two league games this weekend but could have a former favourite on board.
Armagh dent Woodvale title bid Armagh dent Woodvale title bid ZZZZ7:15 amZZZZ
Woodvale may still need to win three of their last four games to win promotion back to the Robinson Services Premier League after losing their rearranged game against Armagh yesterday by three runs.
Woodvale in the home straight Woodvale in the home straight ZZZZ12:27 amZZZZ
It would take something dramatic to happen if Woodvale are not to make it back to the ‘big time’ after Saturday’s win at Armagh. They currently stand ten points clear of nearest rivals Donacloney Mill but a single win in any of their last fives games will see off that challenge.
CIYMS keen to get back to winning ways CIYMS keen to get back to winning ways ZZZZ6:38 amZZZZ
A CIYMS victory against second place North Down, in Comber, tomorrow should turn their last five matches into a procession to the title.
North Down miss chance to go top North Down miss chance to go top ZZZZ12:45 amZZZZ
North Down missed out on the chance to go top of the Robinson's Premier League yesterday, slipping to a three wicket defeat at the hands of CSNI, while Carrickfergus made it a weekend to forget for Instonians with a win over the beaten Cup finalists by 171 runs.
Waringstown lose for fifth time Waringstown lose for fifth time ZZZZ9:22 pmZZZZ
THERE could hardly be a greater contrast between CIYMS and Waringstown going into the Irish Cup semi-final Belmont
Woodvale homing in on promotion Woodvale homing in on promotion ZZZZ3:44 amZZZZ
It may be just a little premature to say that Woodvale are set for a long awaited return to the top flight but it would take a serious dip on form if that was not to happen.
Saturday's Premier roundup Saturday's Premier roundup ZZZZ1:33 amZZZZ
North Down take the opportunity to join CI at the head of the table with a battling win at Muckamore while Carrickfergus will carry a winning streak against Waringstown into a third season.
Keeping it in the family Keeping it in the family ZZZZ1:15 amZZZZ
It was a remarkable day for the McCormick family on Saturday as they collected a 'Nine-For' - Adam with 6 and Dad David with 3!
Carrick end CIYMS unbeaten run Carrick end CIYMS unbeaten run ZZZZ12:14 amZZZZ
CIYMS’ unbeaten run in the Robinson Services Premier League is over – after 20 matches. Carrickfergus had the honour of being the first team to beat Nigel Jones’ side since the opening game of last season, winning by 29 runs at Middle Road.
Saturday's Premier roundup Saturday's Premier roundup ZZZZ1:05 amZZZZ
CIYMS slump to first league defeat of the season as bottom clubs Instonians and Muckamore both win.
Woodvale stay on course Woodvale stay on course ZZZZ1:26 amZZZZ
A round up of the NCU Senior League results as Woodvale maintain their lead in Section 1
Instonians ease relegation fears Instonians ease relegation fears ZZZZ4:27 pmZZZZ
A second wicket stand of 125 between Nikolai Smith and Murray Commins was the platform for Instonians’ 242-7 and when they bowled out the visitors for 71, the week after posting the lowest Premier League total of the season they had – by a distance – the biggest margin of victory (in runs).
Table topping CIYMS spinning along Table topping CIYMS spinning along ZZZZ3:20 pmZZZZ
CIYMS maintain their unbeaten record, Waringstown slip up again and Instonians break their duck against fellow strugglers Muckamore.
CIYMS march on but Instonians facing crunch battle CIYMS march on but Instonians facing crunch battle ZZZZ1:55 pmZZZZ
WHILE CIYMS go marching on at the top of the Robinson Services Premier League table, at the other end Instonians have a week to prepare for one of the most important games in their recent history.
Saturday's NCU League action Saturday's NCU League action ZZZZ12:13 amZZZZ
Waringstown slip up as the other top sides all win and Lisburn blow away Instonians in a game that the Belfast side were surely targeting as a chance to get their first points of the season.
Simpson Stunner Simpson Stunner ZZZZ1:06 amZZZZ
Ian Callender's take on Saturday's action in the Premier League.
Ian Callender's NCU weekend review Ian Callender's NCU weekend review ZZZZ6:25 amZZZZ
Ian looks at the League and Cup action over the weekend - two defeats for Waringstown and two wins for CIYMS.
Sunday's Premier action Sunday's Premier action ZZZZ11:08 pmZZZZ
CIYMS go clear at the top with a win over Waringstown as Instonians stay rooted to the bottom after defeat by CSNI and a win for Muckamore over Carrickfergus.
Roundup of Saturday's Senior League action Roundup of Saturday's Senior League action ZZZZ10:00 pmZZZZ
NCU Senior League Saturday roundup of a reduced programme with weather and Cup commitments having an impact.
Derriaghy have chance to atone for poor weekend Derriaghy have chance to atone for poor weekend ZZZZ7:31 amZZZZ
Having lost the top of the table clash with Woodvale, they surprisingly lost to Bangor on Sunday – only the Seasiders’ second win of the season - to stay four points behind Woodvale after seven games.
NCU Saturday League and Cup action NCU Saturday League and Cup action ZZZZ3:17 amZZZZ
Roundup of the action in the Robinson Services Senior league and the GMcG Junior Cup where the semi-finalists are now known.
Waringstown and Woodvale both slip up in league bids. Waringstown and Woodvale both slip up in league bids. ZZZZ1:54 amZZZZ
Waringstown crash to the spin of Eagleson and Snyman at Carrick while in Section 1 Woodvale lose to Ballymena and are joined at the top by Derriaghy who demolish Templepatrick.
Waringstown join CIYMS at top Waringstown join CIYMS at top ZZZZ7:46 amZZZZ
Waringstown joined champions CIYMS at the top of the Robinson Services Premier League when they beat Lisburn by 10 runs at Wallace Park.
Waringstown edge out Lisburn Waringstown edge out Lisburn ZZZZ1:18 amZZZZ
Adam Dennison's 87 proved crucial as Waringstown survived a real scare to beat Lisburn by just 10 runs in their rearranged Robinson Services Premier League game at Wallace Park.
Woodvale go top after beating Downpatrick Woodvale go top after beating Downpatrick ZZZZ10:36 pmZZZZ
Woodvale are clear at the top of Robinson Services Section One after Ferhan Saeed's five wicket haul saw them beat Dowpatrick by eight wickets.
North Down deny Carrick in last over thriller North Down deny Carrick in last over thriller ZZZZ7:09 pmZZZZ
North Down thwarted Carrickfergus's hopes of a weekend double when they won the postponed Robinson Services Premier League game yesterday by two wickets.
Saturday's League roundup Saturday's League roundup ZZZZ7:02 amZZZZ
CIYMS take a three-week break from Robinson Services Premier League action with their position at the top of the table secure after easing past Carrickfergus in one of only two top flight games to beat the weather on Saturday.
Beyond the Premier World Beyond the Premier World ZZZZ10:16 pmZZZZ
Woodvale beat Donaghcloney Mill, while Ballymena tie with Downpatrick.
CIYMS make it four from four CIYMS make it four from four ZZZZ8:15 pmZZZZ
Defending champions CIYMS went clear at the top of the Robinson Services Premier League with a five-wicket win at home to Carrick, while CSNI won at Muckamore in the two games to survive the weather.
CIYMS maintain 100% record CIYMS maintain 100% record ZZZZ8:09 pmZZZZ
Even the rain couldn’t stop CIYMS yesterday as the defending Robinson Services Premier League Champions maintained their 100 per cent start.
Thompson hits another ton as Waringstown win again Thompson hits another ton as Waringstown win again ZZZZ7:32 pmZZZZ
When you're hot, you're hot. Greg Thompson and James McCollum hit hundreds as Waringstown beat CSNI in high scoring affair. Good weekend too for CIYMS and Lisburn who registered back-to-back victories.
NCU Weekend Round-up NCU Weekend Round-up ZZZZ4:42 amZZZZ
James McCollum returned to club duty with Waringstown yesterday and batting at No 3, plundered the Civil Service North attack for 140 as the Villagers made it back to back Robinson Services Premier League wins with a 50 runs success at Stormont.
Familiar look at top of the table Familiar look at top of the table ZZZZ2:00 amZZZZ
JUST two games into the Robinson Services Premier League season and it’s a familiar looking league table with CIYMS and Waringstown the only teams to have won their opening games.
CIYMS, Waringstown, CSNI and Lisburn win CIYMS, Waringstown, CSNI and Lisburn win ZZZZ10:02 pmZZZZ
Greg Thompson and Faiz Fazal take the batting honours on an other exciting day in the Robinson Services Premier League.
Beyond the Premier world Beyond the Premier world ZZZZ5:39 amZZZZ
A look at the action in the NCU in the lower leagues as Craig Lewis took six wickets to bowl Derriaghy to victory against Holywood, while Stephen Bunting also took six for Woodvale.
Kennedy blows away Armagh Kennedy blows away Armagh ZZZZ2:03 amZZZZ
David Kennedy's career best figures helped Holywood to the top of the table with an emphatic win over Armagh, while a fine batting display saw Woodvale win easily at Bangor.
Weekend round-up Weekend round-up ZZZZ7:20 amZZZZ
It didn’t take long for the overseas professionals to make an impression in the Robinson Services Premier League, with three of them scoring centuries on the opening day of the delayed start to the season.
Section One round-up Section One round-up ZZZZ10:18 pmZZZZ
It was a good weekend for the Adair family with Mark making his Ireland debut and Ross inspiring Holywood to victory against Woodvale in the East Belfast derby.
Waringstown, CIYMS, North Down and Carrick start with wins Waringstown, CIYMS, North Down and Carrick start with wins ZZZZ8:38 pmZZZZ
The Robinson Services Premier League started with victories for Waringstown, CIYMS, North Down and Carrickfergus.
CIYMS forced to shuffle pack CIYMS forced to shuffle pack ZZZZ3:08 pmZZZZ
Mark Adair's elevation to the international side means he will miss CI's upcoming matches against Lisburn.
NCU Premier League programme gets underway NCU Premier League programme gets underway ZZZZ10:31 amZZZZ
A repeat of last year’s Challenge Cup final is the stand-out match on the opening day of the new Robinson Services Premier League season.
Plenty of quality on display in Premier League Plenty of quality on display in Premier League ZZZZ3:21 amZZZZ
THERE will be four current Ireland players in the Robinson Services Premier League for the first time since 2010 and with a former India international one of five new overseas players involved, expectations have rarely been higher going into the new season.
NCU change Premier League dates NCU change Premier League dates ZZZZ12:19 amZZZZ
The NCU have switched the Premier League fixtures due to be played on June 22/23rd and 17th August.
Opening Premier League fixtures. Opening Premier League fixtures. ZZZZ12:07 amZZZZ
Premier League champions CIYMS will begin their defence at Muckamore when the NCU season gets under way on April 27.
NCU publish Premier League fixtures NCU publish Premier League fixtures ZZZZ5:05 pmZZZZ
The NCU have become the first of the major Unions to publish their league fixtures for the 2019 season.
Senior Challenge Cup
Final
Scorecard CIYMS beat Instonians by 98 runs, 2 August.
  • Challenge Cup
    CIYMS beat Instonians by 98 runs.
    The Green, 2 August.
    CIYMS 220 (48.2 overs, M Adair 63, J van Der Merwe 50, R Hunter 39, J Manley 4-42 , S Getkate 3-38)
    Instonians 122 (36.0 overs, O Metcalfe 48, S Getkate 26, N Jones 4-31, T Britton 2-9, J Mulder 2-17)
Semi-Finals
Scorecard CIYMS beat CSNI by 4 wickets, 20 July.
Scorecard Instonians beat Muckamore by 28 runs, 20 July.
  • Challenge Cup
    CIYMS beat CSNI by 4 wickets.
    Belmont, 20 July.
    CSNI 156-9 (35.0 overs, J Kennedy 34, A Malan 27, J Mulder 4-11, D Robinson 2-30)
    CIYMS 161-6 (33.5 overs, O Pienaar 72*, J Mulder 26, B Adair 2-25, A Malan 2-39)
  • Challenge Cup
    Instonians beat Muckamore by 28 runs.
    Shaw's Bridge, 20 July.
    Instonians 250-7 (47.0 overs, J Hunter 61*, M Commins 54, R McKinley 41, A Adey 2-38)
    Muckamore 222-8 (47.0 overs, D Miller 43, F Collins 36, K Rajavelu 32*, A White 3-26, J Manley 2-37, S Getkate 2-55)
Round 2
Scorecard Muckamore beat Templepatrick by 72 runs, 29 June.
Scorecard CIYMS beat Carrickfergus by 7 wickets, 29 June.
Scorecard Cregagh lost to CSNI by 6 wickets, 29 June.
Scorecard Waringstown lost to Instonians by 37 runs, 29 June.
  • Challenge Cup
    Muckamore beat Templepatrick by 72 runs.
    Moylena, 29 June.
    Muckamore 171-8 (47.0 overs, S Henderson 31, P Karthik 26, Aditya Adey 25 , M Stewart 4-37)
    Templepatrick 99 (27.1 overs, N Gill 5-30, P Karthik 3-21)
  • Challenge Cup
    Waringstown lost to Instonians by 37 runs.
    The Lawn, 29 June.
    Instonians 242-8 (43.0 overs, Nikolai Smith 94, M Commins 84, Haseeb Azam 2-31, G Kidd 2-58)
    Waringstown 205 (38.3 overs, J Hall 67, M McClean 29, K McCallan 27, J Manley 4-37, M Humphreys 2-5, J Hunter 2-23)
  • Challenge Cup
    Cregagh lost to CSNI by 6 wickets.
    Gibson Park, 29 June.
    Cregagh 173-8 (43.0 overs, M Johnston 45, J Moore 44, J Hunter 38 , B Adair 4-32, G McCarter 2-33)
    CSNI 175-4 (37.5 overs, M Ellison 63, P Beverland 40, A Johnston 27 , A McCormick 2-29)
  • Challenge Cup
    CIYMS beat Carrickfergus by 7 wickets.
    Belmont, 29 June.
    Carrickfergus 219-6 (40.0 overs, J Snyman 61, CJ van der Walt 45, A Coulter 2-32 )
    CIYMS 220-3 (38.0 overs, C Dougherty 111*, N Jones 66, M McCord 2-29)
Round 1
Scorecard Holywood lost to Waringstown by 7 wickets, 9 June.
Scorecard Bangor lost to Muckamore by 8 wickets, 1 June.
Scorecard Carrickfergus beat Woodvale by 7 wickets, 1 June.
Scorecard Cregagh beat Derriaghyby 6 wickets, 1 June.
Scorecard CSNI beat Armagh by 8 wickets, 1 June.
Scorecard Lisburn lost to CIYMS by 4 wickets, 1 June.
Scorecard North Down lost to Instonians by 8 wickets, 1 June.
Scorecard Templepatrick beat Downpatrick by 17 runs, 1 June.
  • Challenge Cup
    Holywood lost to Waringstown by 7 wickets.
    Seapark, 9 June.
    Holywood 53 (17.0 overs, G Kidd 5-9, Haseeb Azam 5-12)
    Waringstown 54-3 (11.0 overs)
  • Challenge Cup
    North Down lost to Instonians by 8 wickets.
    The Green, 1 June.
    North Down 85 (38.1 overs, A White 4 -15, J Magee 3-25)
    Instonians 88-2 (17.4 overs, O Metcalfe 35 )
  • Challenge Cup
    Bangor lost to Muckamore by 8 wickets.
    Upritchard Park, 1 June.
    Bangor 105 (48.3 overs, R McLarnon 39*, P Karthik 3-17, S Lazars 3-17, K Rajavelu 2-19)
    Muckamore 108-2 (20.1 overs, J Rogers 47*, A Adey 28)
  • Challenge Cup
    Cregagh beat Derriaghy by 6 wickets.
    Gibson Park, 1 June.
    Derriaghy 145-9 (50.0 overs, D Poulton 62, C Shannon 2-13, A McCormick 2-23, A Beattie 2-25)
    Cregagh 146-4 (42.5 overs, J Hunter 54, W Hughes 2-32)
  • Challenge Cup
    Carrickfergus beat Woodvale by 7 wickets.
    Middle Road, 1 June.
    Woodvale 137 (39.5 overs, W Horwood 52, CJ van der Walt 4-29, L Johnston 2-2, A Haggan 2 -36)
    Carrickfergus 138-3 (34.4 overs, CJ van der Walt 58*, I Parkhill 34*)
  • Challenge Cup
    Lisburn lost to CIYMS by 4 wickets.
    Wallace Park, 1 June.
    Lisburn 158 (48.2 overs, R Simpson 34, R Strydom 26, M Bery 26 , J Cameron-Dow 3-28, J Mulder 3-33)
    CIYMS 161-6 (40.0 overs, C Dougherty 54*, N Jones 27, G Browne 3-28, D Sinpson 2-22)
  • Challenge Cup
    CSNI beat Armagh by 8 wickets.
    Stormont, 1 June.
    Armagh 72 (21.5 overs, A Malan 5 -19, M Foster 3-22, A Cowden 2-2)
    CSNI 74-2 (17.2 overs, G Wilson 32*, M Ellison 27, B Mackey 2 -24)
  • Challenge Cup
    Templepatrick beat Downpatrick by 18 runs.
    The Cloughan, 1 June.
    Templepatrick 206 (45.4 overs, A Smith 79, J Jackson 26 , D Mullan 3-34, C Boultwood 2-31, M Gartland 2-55)
    Downpatrick 189 (48.3 overs, C Boultwood 61, R Smyth 35 , J Chappell 34, J Busbt 3-23, R Bryans 2-33, M Stewart 2-38)
Preliminary Round
Scorecard Ballymena lost to Cregagh by 91 runs (DLS), 6 May.
  • Challenge Cup
    Ballymena lost to Cregagh by 91 runs.
    Eaton Park, 6 May.
    Cregagh 211-5 (47 overs, C Irvine 87 *, A Johnston 61*, S Glass 4-26 )
    Ballymena 124 (43.3 overs, D Cooper 5 -31, G Hassard 2-21)
    DLS Method: par score 214 in 47 overs.
  • Challenge Cup
    Templepatrick beat Donacloney Mill by 166 runs.
    The Cloughan, 6 May.
    Templepatrick 252-7 (R Bryans 73, A Smith 56, J Carlisle 33)
    Donacloney Mill 86 (R Bryans 3-1 5, M Stewart 3-19, C Weir 2-20)
Senior Challenge Cup Reports & Articles
Ballymena 2nd XI lift the Intermediate Cup Ballymena 2nd XI lift the Intermediate Cup ZZZZ10:28 amZZZZ
Ballymena seconds are this year's Intermediate Cup winners after defeating the holders Donacloney Mill seconds in the Final at Laurelvale.
Jones praises CIYMS balance and depth Jones praises CIYMS balance and depth ZZZZ9:21 pmZZZZ
NIGEL Jones highlighted the balance of his squad after CIYMS claimed their second trophy of the season.
CIYMS claim cup with emphatic win CIYMS claim cup with emphatic win ZZZZ10:08 pmZZZZ
Mark Adair claimed the MOM award as CIYMS recovered from a poor start to beat Instonians by 98 runs and collect their third Gallagher Insurance cup win in five years.
Underdogs Instonians hoping to upset CIYMS Underdogs Instonians hoping to upset CIYMS ZZZZ3:11 amZZZZ
INSTONIANS captain Andrew White accepts the role of underdogs when they take on CIYMS in the Gallagher’s Challenge Cup final at The Green, but knows there is enough talent in his side to cause an upset.
One down, four to go for CIYMS One down, four to go for CIYMS ZZZZ11:18 pmZZZZ
IT’S one down and a possible four to go for CIYMS when they take to the field at The Green, in Comber, on Friday for the Gallagher’s Challenge Cup final against Instonians.
Final doubts over Hunter and Metcalfe Final doubts over Hunter and Metcalfe ZZZZ2:51 pmZZZZ
Instonians will have to pay for Olly Metcalfe and James Hunter to fly back from the Under-19 World Cup qualifiers in Holland if they are to play in the Gallaghers Challenge Cup final on Friday week.
Instonians and CIYMS bound for Final Instonians and CIYMS bound for Final ZZZZ12:21 amZZZZ
It will be a CIYMS versus Instonians final at Comber in two weeks time as both favourites made it through to the August 2nd clash.
McCormick counting on Muckamore to make final McCormick counting on Muckamore to make final ZZZZ1:34 amZZZZ
As the sun bakes the Moylena outfield, the 76-year-old walks over the turf he has called home since the age of eight when he played in his first cricket match in the Graham Cup, pointing out where the old clubhouse used to be amongst other details.
CIYMS looking to fo one step further CIYMS looking to fo one step further ZZZZ1:25 pmZZZZ
CIYMS will be looking to take one step further in the Gallagher Challenge Cup this year than they managed in 2018 - when they take on CSNI this weekend.
CIYMS and Instonians favourites in cup showdowns CIYMS and Instonians favourites in cup showdowns ZZZZ1:14 pmZZZZ
CIYMS and Instonians go into tomorrow's Gallagher Challenge Cup semi-finals big favourites to set up a repeat of the 2017 and 2015 deciders.
Cup semi-finals drawn Cup semi-finals drawn ZZZZ1:35 pmZZZZ
The draw has been made for the semi-finals of the Gallagher Senior Challenge Cup.
Instonians the Masters at The Lawn Instonians the Masters at The Lawn ZZZZ11:34 pmZZZZ
An against the odds win for Instonians away to Waringstown as they are joined by CSNI, CIYMS and Muckamore in the semi-final draw.
Haseeb and Kidd combine to rout Holywood Haseeb and Kidd combine to rout Holywood ZZZZ3:13 pmZZZZ
Five wickets apiece for Gary Kidd and Haseeb Azam saw Waringstown dismiss Holywood for just 53 in their rearranged Gallagher Senior Cup tie at Seapark.
Challenge Cup - quarter final draw Challenge Cup - quarter final draw ZZZZ2:38 pmZZZZ
Tough draw for holders Waringstown if they win their postponed first round tie v Holywood.
Instonians stun North Down Instonians stun North Down ZZZZ9:20 pmZZZZ
INSTONIANS were the surprise winners in the first round of the Gallagher Challenge Cup as they knocked out North Down in one of the two all-Premier League games.
White rolls back the years as Instonians stun North Down White rolls back the years as Instonians stun North Down ZZZZ4:18 amZZZZ
Andrew White produced a vintage spell to claim four wickets as Instonians knocked North Down out of the Gallagher Senior Cup.
Cregagh and Templepatrick win in cup Cregagh and Templepatrick win in cup ZZZZ11:02 pmZZZZ
Cregagh and Templepatrick are into the next round of the Gallagher Insurance Senior Cup after both recorded comfortable wins in the preliminary round games.
Twenty20 Cup
Final
Scorecard Waringstown lost to CIYMS by 1 run, 26 July.
Semi-Finals
Scorecard CIYMS beat Instonians by 68 runs, 29 June.
Scorecard North Down lost to Waringstown by 2 runs, 29 June.
Group A
                        P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
CIYMS                   6    5    0    0    1   20         
Waringstown             6    3    0    2    1   16         
Carrickfergus           6    1    0    1    4    6         
Lisburn                 6    0    0    3    3    6         
Scorecard Waringstown (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 20 runs, 13 June.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (0 lost to CIYMS (4) by 8 wickets, 7 June.
Scorecard CIYMS (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 9 wickets, 23 May.
Scorecard Waringstown (4 ) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 7 wickets, 23 May.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 7 wickets, 17 May.
Scorecard CIYMS (0) lost to Waringstown by 5 wickets, 15 May.
Scorecard CIYMS (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 123 runs, 9 May.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (0) lost to Waringstown ( 4) by 1 run (DLS), 6 May.
Scorecard Lisburn (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 83 runs, 6 May.
  • Twenty20 A
    Lisburn (2) v Carrickfergus (2) - no result.
    Wallace Park, 14 June.
  • Twenty20 A
    Waringstown (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 20 runs.
    The Lawn, 13 June.
    CIYMS 131-8 (20.0 overs, A Coulter 36, O Pienaar 28, J Mitchell 3-11, G Kidd 2-27, K McCallan 2-37)
    Waringstown 111-7 (20.0 overs, L Nelson 25, A Coulter 2-10, J Cameron-Dow 2-21)
  • Twenty20 A
    Carrickfergus (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 8 wickets.
    Middle Road, 7 June.
    Carrickfergus 98-8 (20.0 overs, CJ van der Walt 35, J Cameron-Dow 3-14, A Coulter 2-20)
    CIYMS 100-2 (15.5 overs, C Dougherty 39*, O Pienaar 43*)
  • Twenty20 A
    Waringstown (2) v Lisburn (2) - match postponed.
    The Lawn, 6 June.
  • Twenty20 A
    CIYMS (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 9 wickets.
    Belmont, 23 May.
    Lisburn 85 (20.0 overs, Obus Pienaar 3-10, A Coulter 2-11, J Cameron-Dow 2-12)
    CIYMS 90-1 (8.4 overs, M Adair 39*, J Matchett 28*)
  • Twenty20 A
    Waringstown (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 7 wickets.
    The Lawn, 23 May.
    Carrickfergus 110-8 (20.0 overs, J Mitchell 2-22, P Eaglestone 2-27)
    Waringstown 111-3 (16.4 overs, G Thompson 52*, A Dennison 29, A Shetty 2-20)
  • Twenty20 A
    Carrickfergus (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 7 wickets.
    Middle Road, 17 May.
    Lisburn 154-9 (20.0 overs, Faiz Fazal 53, J Waite 39, CJ van der Walt 3-27, A Haggan 2-31)
    Carrickfergus 157-3 (16.5 overs, J Sntman 107*)
  • Twenty20 A
    CIYMS (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 5 wickets.
    Belmont, 15 May.
    CIYMS 118-9 (20.0 overs, O Pienaar 30, J Cameron-Dow 25, Haseeb Azam 5-9, P Eaglestone 2-22)
    Waringstown 119-5 (18.0 overs, G Thompson 57*, A Dennison 25)
  • Twenty20 A
    Lisburn (2) v Waringstown (2) - no result.
    Wallace Park, 10 May.
  • Choose a competition or team
    CIYMS (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 123 runs.
    Belmont, 9 May.
    CIYMS 222-2 (20.0 overs, Obus Pienaar 83*, C Dougherty 57, J Muder 50)
    Carrickfergus 99-8 (20.0 overs, A Coulter 3-12, E Bickerstaff 2-13, D Robinson 2-16)
  • Twenty20 A
    Lisburn (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 83 runs.
    Wallace Park, 6 May.
    CIYMS 193-3 (20.0 overs, J Matchett 60, J van der Merwe 59*, C Dougherty 40)
    Lisburn 110-9 (20.0 overs, A Berry 37, J Mulder 3-28, P Pienaar 2-22)
  • Twenty20 A
    Carrickfergus (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 1 run.
    Middle Road, 6 May.
    Waringstown 111-6 (10.0 overs, G Thompson 35, A Dennison 25, R Eagleson 2-20, J Snyman 2-22)
    Carrickfergus 91-5 (8.3 overs, J Snyman 33, M Gilmour 27, G Kidd 2-13, P Eagelestone 2-19)
    DLS Method: par score 92 in 8.3 overs.
Group B
                        P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
North Down              6    4    0    2    0   20         
Instonians              6    3    0    1    2   14         
Muckamore               6    2    0    1    3   10         
CSNI                    6    1    0    0    5    4         
Scorecard CSNI (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 2 runs, 13 June.
Scorecard Muckamore (4) beat CSNI (0) by 7 runs, 7 June.
Scorecard CSNI (0) lost to Muckamore (4) by 13 runs, 3 June.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat CSNI (0) by 6 wickets, 24 May.
Scorecard Muckamore (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 9 wickets, 23 May.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 70 runs, 17 May.
Scorecard Instonians (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 10 wickets, 15 May.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat Instonians (0) by 7 wickets, 10 May.
Scorecard CSNI (0) lost to North Down (4) by 8 wickets (DLS), 6 May.
Scorecard Instonians (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 32 runs (DLS), 6 May.
  • Twenty20 B
    Muckamore (2) v North Down (2) - no result.
    Moylena, 14 June.
  • Twenty20 B
    CSNI (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 2 runs.
    Stormont, 13 June.
    Instonians 152-6 (20.0 overs, A White 59, J Hunter 34, S Getkate 28, A Cowden 3-34, A Malan 2-25)
    CSNI 150-4 (20.0 overs, A Malan 78*)
  • Twenty20 B
    Muckamore (4) beat CSNI (0) by 7 runs.
    Moylena, 7 June.
    Muckamore 123-5 (20.0 overs, S Gordon 46, S Lazars 37*, G McCarter 2-28)
    CSNI 116-6 (20.0 overs, G Wilson 43, A Malan 31, A Adey 2-11, P Khartik 2-25)
  • Twenty20 B
    Instonians (2) v North Down (2) - match postponed.
    Shaw's Bridge, 6 June.
  • Twenty20 B
    CSNI (0) lost to Muckamore (4) by 13 runs.
    Stormont, 3 June.
    Muckamore 150-6 (20.0 overs, F Iqbal 54, A Adey 37, A Malan 3-26 )
    CSNI 137-5 (20.0 overs, A Malan 59, A Adey 2-14)
  • Twenty20 B
    North Down (4) beat CSNI (0) by 6 wickets.
    The Green, 24 May.
    CSNI 91-5 (10.0 overs, G Wilson 66 *)
    North Down 94-4 (9.2 overs, R Pretorius 56*)
  • Twenty20 B
    Muckamore (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 9 wickets.
    Moylena, 23 May.
    Muckamore 142-7 (20.0 overs, A Adey 59, F Iqbal 34 , A White 4-14 )
    Instonians 143-1 (19.2 overs, S Getkate 74*, O Metcalfe 45)
  • Twenty20 B
    North Down (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 70 runs.
    The Green, 17 May.
    North Down 194-5 (20.0 overs, R Pretorius 61, AJ Moor 42, Ryan Haire 31*, N Gill 2-43)
    Muckamore 124 (19.3 overs, Fahad Iqbal 33, Ryan Haire 3-39, A Shields 2-7)
  • Twenty20 B
    Instonians (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 10 wickets.
    Shaw's Bridge, 15 May.
    Instonians 125-9 (20.0 overs, S Getkate 39, Nikolai Smith 39, A Malan 3-19, B Adair 2-15, G Wilson 2-19)
    CSNI 126-0 (16.3 overs, A Malan 61*, M Ellison 60*)
  • Twenty20 B
    North Down (4) beat Instonians (0) by 7 wickets.
    The Green, 10 May.
    Instonians 183-5 (20.0 overs, S Getkate 111, M Commins 29, R Pretorius 3-24, C Robinson 2-23)
    North Down 185-3 (17.3 overs, A Shields 89*, AJ Moor 36)
  • Twenty20 B
    CSNI v Muckamore - postponed due to International matches - to be rearanged.
    Stormont, 9 May.
  • Twenty20 B
    CSNI (0) lost to North Down (4) by 8 wickets.
    Stormont, 6 May.
    CSNI 93-8 (14.0 overs, C Robinson 2-20, P EWakin 2-23)
    North Down 97-2 (12.2 overs, A Moor 49*, N Burns 35)
    DLS Method: par score 93 in 14 overs.
  • Twenty20 B
    Instonians (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 32 runs.
    Shaw's Bridge, 6 May.
    Muckamore 150-7 (20.0 overs, F Iqbal 63*, D Miller 35)
    Instonians 98-1 (10.2 overs, M Cummins 43*)
    DLS Method: par score 66 in 10.2 overs.
Twenty20 Cup Reports & Articles
Jones the hero as CIYMS lift T20 trophy Jones the hero as CIYMS lift T20 trophy ZZZZ3:30 pmZZZZ
CAPTAIN Nigel Jones was the hero as CIYMS won the first trophy of the season with a thrilling one-run victory over Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup holders Waringstown at The Lawn.
CIYMS look to increase Waringstown woe CIYMS look to increase Waringstown woe ZZZZ1:26 amZZZZ
THE Test match may still be in full flow but the first trophy of the NCU season will be decided tonight when Waringstown host CIYMS in the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup final.
Waringstown aiming for magnificent 7th triumph Waringstown aiming for magnificent 7th triumph ZZZZ2:57 amZZZZ
Waringstown will be aiming for a magnificent seventh triumph in the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup final as they taken on arch rivals CIYMS in the decider at The Lawn tomorrow (FRI) at 5pm.
T20 final set for Friday T20 final set for Friday ZZZZ12:32 amZZZZ
THE Test match may dominate this week’s action but it has not stopped CIYMS captain Nigel Jones and his Waringstown counterpart Greg Thompson from agreeing to play the Lagan Valley Steels Cup T20 Final at The Lawn on Friday (5pm).
Convincing Cliftonville Academy win T20 Shield Convincing Cliftonville Academy win T20 Shield ZZZZ3:00 pmZZZZ
Cliftonville Academy clinched the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Shield with an emphatic 82-runs win against Laurelvale.
T20 finals day date switched T20 finals day date switched ZZZZ7:59 amZZZZ
The original schedule had the Trophy final taking place immediately before the T20 Cup final between CIYMS and Waringstown at The Lawn on Monday July 15, but the Premier League clubs did not want to play three days in a row so have agreed a new date of Friday, July 26.
Familiar foes face off in T20 semi-finals Familiar foes face off in T20 semi-finals ZZZZ1:35 pmZZZZ
IT’S a familiar line-up in the semi-finals of the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup on Friday night with holders Waringstown facing North Down at Comber and CIYMS hosting Instonians.
Instonians clinch final T20 semi-final slot Instonians clinch final T20 semi-final slot ZZZZ3:58 pmZZZZ
Andy White's half century helped Instonians to a narrow two-run win over CSNI and ensured their place in the semi-finals of the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup.
Muckamore knock CSNI out of T20 Muckamore knock CSNI out of T20 ZZZZ1:23 amZZZZ
Muckamore claimed a thrilling seven-run win to eliminate CSNI from the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup.
Muckamore keep T20 hopes alive Muckamore keep T20 hopes alive ZZZZ1:41 amZZZZ
A fine all-round display by Adita Adey means Muckamore have still a chance of making the semi-finals after they beat CSNI in their rearranged Lagan Valley Steels T20 clash at Stormont.
North Down qualify for semi-finals North Down qualify for semi-finals ZZZZ9:23 pmZZZZ
North Down's fourth straight win sees them qualify for the semi-finals after a six-wicket win against CSNI in an abbreviated Lagan Valley Steels T20 game at Comber.
NCU T20 Cup roundup NCU T20 Cup roundup ZZZZ8:40 amZZZZ
Waringstown first through to Finals Day with win over Carrickfergus
Big wins for CIYMS, Instonians and Waringstown Big wins for CIYMS, Instonians and Waringstown ZZZZ2:27 amZZZZ
There were three convincing wins in the Lagan Valley Steels T20 group matches, with Waringstown, Instonians and CIYMS all showing their strength.
Snyman powers Carrick to win Snyman powers Carrick to win ZZZZ8:51 pmZZZZ
Jacques Snyman hit 9 sixes in an unbeaten century as Carrick powered to a comfortable win against Lisburn. Ruhan Pretorius also in the runs as North Down beat Muckamore.
Friday's T20 roundup Friday's T20 roundup ZZZZ4:03 amZZZZ
Jacques Snyman won the battle of the professionals at Middle Road as Carrickfergus beat Lisburn to the first win in the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup last night.
Five star Azam powers Waringstown to win Five star Azam powers Waringstown to win ZZZZ8:50 pmZZZZ
Haseeb Azam took five wickets and run machine Greg Thompson hit 57 as Waringstown beat CIYMS, while CSNI romped to a ten-wicket win over Instonians in the Lagan Valley Steels T20 games.
Thursday's T20 roundup Thursday's T20 roundup ZZZZ3:10 amZZZZ
Wins for Waringstown over CIYMS and CSNI over Instonians in the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup.
Getkate ton in vain as Shields powers North Down to win Getkate ton in vain as Shields powers North Down to win ZZZZ12:21 amZZZZ
IRELAND international Shane Getkate scored a superb century but still finished on the losing side in last night’s Lagan Valley Steels Twenty20 Cup tie at The Green.
CIYMS power to T20 win over Carrickfergus CIYMS power to T20 win over Carrickfergus ZZZZ9:40 pmZZZZ
A powerful batting display saw CIYMS crush Carrick in a one-sided encounter at Belmont in the Lagan Valley Steels T20 group match.
Bank Holiday action round-up Bank Holiday action round-up ZZZZ1:09 amZZZZ
Waringstown began their defence of the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup with a one-run DLS victory over Carrickfergus as rain cut short the home side’s charge for victory.
Waringstown win another thriller at Carrick Waringstown win another thriller at Carrick ZZZZ10:26 pmZZZZ
There was drama at Carrickfergus as Waringstown edged out the hosts by just one run in a rain affected thriller. Wins in the other games for CIYMS, North Down and Instonians.
Twenty20 Cup Audio
Schools Cup
Final
Scorecard Belfast Royal Academy beat Methodist College Belfast by 3 wickets, 21 June.
Semi-Finals
  • Belfast Royal Academy beat RBAI
  • Foyle College lost to Methodist College
Round 3
  • Limavady GS lost to Belfast Royal Academy by 17 runs.
    Belfast Royal Academy 115-8 (R Kane 24, A Scott 3-10)
    Limavady GS 98 (T Orr 26, L Johnston 3-13, H Warke 2-0, R Linden 2-31)
  • RBAI II lost to RBAI by 10 wickets.
    RBAI II 53 (E Scott 5-7)
    RBAI 54-0 (J Rose 38*)
  • Strabane Academy lost (0-2) to Methodist College in a bowl-out.
  • Wallace HS lost to Foyle College by 9 wickets.
    Wallace HS 108-9 (H Long 57*, A Doherty 3-10, C Knight 2-13, S Devenney 2-20)
    Foyle College 109-1 (W Finlay 45, C Wallace 22*)
Round 2
  • RBAI II beat Coleraine GS by 13 runs.
    RBAI II 160-5 (J Rose 75)
    Coleraine GS 147-8 (M Hutchison 53, M Poskett 50, X McIlwaine 3-7)
  • Limavady GS beat Lurgan College by 9 wickets.
    Lurgan College 55 (R McLaughlin 4-7)
    Limavady GS 59-1 (T Orr 26)
  • Bangor GS lost to Belfast Royal Academy by 9 wickets.
    Bangor GS 86 (P Boyd 29)
    Belfast Royal Academy 89-1 (M Burton 56)
  • RBAI beat Friends School by 179 runs.
    RBAI 208-6 (O Metcalfe 114, B McNamara 35)
    Friends School 29 (M Peak 5-12, E Scott 5-16)
  • Campbell College lost to Methodist College by 8 runs.
    Methodist College 204 (J Hunter 75, D Humphreys 33)
    Campbell College 196-9 (C McCullough 37, H Auchmuti 33)
  • Wallace HS beat RS Armagh by 9 wickets.
    Royal School Armagh 69 (C Doak 5-8, N Doak 3-12)
    Wallace HS 71-1 (N Doak 43*, L Allison 21)
  • Belfast HS lost to Strabane Academy by 8 wickets.
  • Foyle College beat Grosvenor GS by 7 wickets.
    Grosvenor GS 66 (W Finlay 4-12, A Doherty 3-17, A Moore 3-25)
    Foyle College 70-3 (A Doherty 39*, A Nelson 2-14)
Round 1
  • Ballyclare HS lost to Lurgan College by 19 runs.
    Ballyclare HS 78 (J Davison 3-1, J Best 3-16)
    Lurgan College 97-8 (J Best 18, Kannah 2-16)
  • Bangor GS walkover v Carrickfergus GS.
  • Friends School beat Sullivan Upper by 6 wickets.
  • Campbell College beat Down HS by 56 runs.
    Campbell College 219-7 (A Johnston 92, H Minford 43, B Jackson 25, S Campbell 2-27, T Crudgington 2-44 )
    Down High School 163-8 (G Hutley 25, H Minford 3-23)
  • RS Armagh walkover v Ballymena Academy.
  • Belfast HS beat Antrim GS by 15 runs.
Schools Reports & Articles
Schools Cup draw
Eight schools have receive a bye into the second round with holders Royal Belfast Academical Institution enjoying a home tie against either Bangor Grammar School or Lurgan College.
Schools Cup reaches quarter-finals stage
THE first two quarter-finals in the Schools Cup will be played on Friday with holders RBAI hosting Coleraine Grammar and last year’s beaten finalists Wallace High at home to Belfast Royal Academy.
Kennedy hundred as Limavady beat Foyle in thriller
Limavady Grammar Schools are through to the semi-finals of the Schools Cup, but only just, after edging out local rivals Foyle on fewer wickets lost in a pulsating quarter-final clash.
Methody beat BRA to reach Schools Cup final
Methodist College Belfast (MCB) will play in their first Schools' Cup Final after defeating Belfast Royal Academy (BRA) by 17 runs.
Metcalfe and Waite lead RBAI to Schools Cup final
Half centuries from James Metcalfe and Johnny Waite led holders RBAI to a comprehensive 138-run win over Limavady to reach the Schools’ Cup final.
Ben Rose to captain Ulster Schools' against the MCC
The Ulster Schools' squad to face the MCC at Campbell College on Tuesday 19th June has been named.
RBAI meet MCB in Schools' Cup Final
RBAI and Methodist College are familiar adversaries in Schools Cup rugby but rarely in Schools Cup cricket.
Methody triumph in Schools' Cup final
Methodist College secured their first Ulster Bank Schools Cup with a nine-run victory against holders RBAI in a rain-affected contest at Moylena.
Methodist College stun RBAI
METHODIST College caused one of the biggest shocks in a Schools Cup final when, with a little help from the rain, they defeated holders RBAI at Moylena.
Vincent century puts Southern Schools in charge
A brilliant century from Andrew Vincent has put Southern Schools in charge against Ulster Schools in their two-day game at Osborne Park.
Hunter hundred gives Ulster remarkable comeback win
James Hunter scored an unbeaten century and half century as Ulster Schools completed a remarkable comeback victory against Southern Schools in one of the most dramatic contests in the rich fixture history between the teams.
Ulster Schools squad named for Scottish tour
The Ulster Schools selectors have named a squad of 15 for their tour of Scotland next week.
Schools Audio Interviews
Miscellaneous Reports & Articles
Platt named in New Years Honours List Platt named in New Years Honours List ZZZZ7:50 amZZZZ
NCU General Manager Angela Platt has been awarded a British Empire Medal in the New Years Honours list.
Alfie Linehan included in BBC Sports Personality programme Alfie Linehan included in BBC Sports Personality programme ZZZZ5:44 amZZZZ
Downpatrick and Ireland cricket captain Alfie Linehan has been included in a prestigious roll of honour of international sports personalities who died during 2019.
Snyman scores 79 against England Snyman scores 79 against England ZZZZ7:01 amZZZZ
Carrickfergus batsman Jacques Snyman scored 79 for a South African Invitational XI against England in a two-day warm-up match.
CIYMS sign South African all-rounder CIYMS sign South African all-rounder ZZZZ7:13 amZZZZ
Champions CIYMS have recruited all-rounder Migael Pretorius as their overseas professional for the 2020 season.
Boyce blow for Woodvale Boyce blow for Woodvale ZZZZ4:06 amZZZZ
Woodvale's hopes of retaining Dario Boyce for the 2020 season have been dashed.
Fielding Masterclass by Lanc's Steven Croft Fielding Masterclass by Lanc's Steven Croft ZZZZ7:33 amZZZZ
Boys and Girls of the Andrew White Academy had their first session of the winter taken by Steven Croft of Lancashire who ran Fielding Masterclasses watched by local NCU coaches.
Ross Adair joins CSNI Ross Adair joins CSNI ZZZZ2:23 amZZZZ
Following on from the acquisition of Stuart Thompson, CSNI have signed batsman Ross Adair from Holywood ahead of the 2020 season.
Miller joins CIYMS Miller joins CIYMS ZZZZ2:10 amZZZZ
CIYMS have confirmed the signing of wicketkeeper-batsman David Miller from Muckamore.
CSNI sign Stuart Thompson CSNI sign Stuart Thompson ZZZZ12:58 amZZZZ
CSNI have signed Ireland all-rounder Stuart Thompson on a two-year deal from North West side Eglinton.
Smith relishing Italian opportunity Smith relishing Italian opportunity ZZZZ12:58 amZZZZ
Instonians all-rounder Nikolai Smith will depart Belfast later this month for Muscat in Oman as he prepares to meet up with the Italian national side for the first time.
CSNI Awards Night CSNI Awards Night ZZZZ6:35 amZZZZ
Civil Service North of Ireland Cricket Club recently held their Annual Awards Night at the Pavilion, Stormont giving Club members and supporters an opportunity to talk about the season just past and to celebrate success.
No CSNI return for Malan No CSNI return for Malan ZZZZ1:08 amZZZZ
In what is the biggest piece of news so far during this off-season, it has been confirmed that overseas professional Andre Malan won’t be returning to CSNI for a third campaign in 2020.
Nikolai Smith to play with Italy Nikolai Smith to play with Italy ZZZZ9:43 pmZZZZ
Instonians opening batsman Nikolai Smith has been called up to Italy’s national squad for their upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup Challenge League Group B fixtures in Oman.
Waringstown return for CSNI pair Waringstown return for CSNI pair ZZZZ8:11 pmZZZZ
Morgan Topping and Aaron Wright, who each spent two seasons at Stormont after leaving The Lawn in search of more first-team opportunities, will boost the villagers’ squad for the 2020 season.
Armagh sign South African Armagh sign South African ZZZZ8:42 pmZZZZ
Armagh will have a 21 year-old South African in their ranks for the 2020 season.
Crothers receives prestigious award Crothers receives prestigious award ZZZZ6:59 pmZZZZ
Instonians stalwart Steven Crothers’ excellent work for the Shaws Bridge club has been recognized by the Federation of Irish Sports.
Travel broadens the mind Travel broadens the mind ZZZZ11:18 pmZZZZ
With the 2019 season in the books, some young Irish players have made the trip overseas to continue their development and gather more experience.
Nelson delighted to be back at the helm Nelson delighted to be back at the helm ZZZZ7:08 pmZZZZ
Having enjoyed a successful three-season stint as captain between 2014-2016 in which the Villagers won Irish Senior Cup and Premier League titles, Nelson will return to the role after replacing Greg Thompson.
Blair excited about NIACUS project Blair excited about NIACUS project ZZZZ1:31 amZZZZ
Gary Blair was appointed as new chairman of NIACUS earlier this month and you can tell how excited he is about the role.
NCU Review (6) North Down NCU Review (6) North Down ZZZZ9:49 pmZZZZ
A brief look at the 2019 Robinson Services Premier League table will show you just how much North Down improved in the space of 12 months.
All change at Waringstown All change at Waringstown ZZZZ9:43 pmZZZZ
The villagers will have Lee Nelson back at the helm next season, with the former captain taking over the reins from Greg Thompson.
NCU AGM outcomes NCU AGM outcomes ZZZZ9:39 pmZZZZ
The Northern Cricket Union held their AGM at Shaw’s Bridge on Wednesday night and a new chairman was elected with Sam Beckett taking over from Alan Waite.
NCU Review (5) Instonians NCU Review (5) Instonians ZZZZ11:01 pmZZZZ
It feels like the 2019 season is one that Instonians will be more than happy to see the back of.
Rajavelu back at CIYMS Rajavelu back at CIYMS ZZZZ9:14 pmZZZZ
Robinson Services Premier League champions CIYMS have confirmed the re-signing of Karthik Rajavelu from Muckamore alongside the news that at least seven of their star squad from last season will be back at Belmont in 2020.
Rogers returns to Armagh Rogers returns to Armagh ZZZZ11:14 pmZZZZ
Jamie Rogers will be back at Armagh for the 2020 season after re-joining from Muckamore.
Woodvale sign Pat Botha Woodvale sign Pat Botha ZZZZ11:00 pmZZZZ
Botha, who scored 1496 runs in three seasons at Carrick at an average of 41.56, will have a huge role to play as the Ballygomartin Road men step up to the Robinson Services Premier League for the first time since 2009.
Johnston looking for Knights to kick on Johnston looking for Knights to kick on ZZZZ12:22 amZZZZ
Eight. That’s the number of Northern Knights cricketers that have turned out for Ireland throughout 2019.
North Down sign Adey North Down sign Adey ZZZZ12:12 amZZZZ
North Down have strengthened their squad with the addition of Aditya Adey from Muckamore.
NCU Review (4) Carrickfergus NCU Review (4) Carrickfergus ZZZZ10:32 pmZZZZ
It was another year of progress for Carrickfergus as they reached their first ever Irish Senior Cup quarter-final and finished third in the Robinson Services Premier League.
How have the last five teams promoted to the Premier League fared? How have the last five teams promoted to the Premier League fared? ZZZZ6:19 amZZZZ
The task of staying in the top-flight has always been a difficult one, and with teams seemingly improving more and more as the years go by, that prospect of maintaining yourself as a Premier League club will become even harder.
NCU Review (3): CSNI NCU Review (3): CSNI ZZZZ12:11 amZZZZ
CSNI finished fourth in the Robinson Services Premier League in 2019, ending on 28 points after winning seven of their 14 league matches – four points and one league position better than 2018.
Allison joins Lisburn Allison joins Lisburn ZZZZ12:06 amZZZZ
Lisburn have moved to sign young bowler Luke Allison from Section One side Donacloney Mill.
Gill joins Carrickfergus Gill joins Carrickfergus ZZZZ12:01 amZZZZ
In what is the first piece of major transfer news ahead of the 2020 season, Muckamore captain Neil Gill has departed the Moylena side to join Carrickfergus.
NCU Award winners NCU Award winners ZZZZ11:46 pmZZZZ
The annual NCU dinner took place at the Hilton Hotel, Belfast where everyone celebrated another successful local cricket season.
NCU Review (1); Waringstown NCU Review (1); Waringstown ZZZZ3:06 amZZZZ
It goes some way to explaining how good Waringstown have been over the past five years that you look back on their 2019 season and consider it a disappointment despite reaching two finals.
NCU Review (2): Muckamore NCU Review (2): Muckamore ZZZZ2:54 amZZZZ
After suffering relegation from the Robinson Services Premier League, it will be a case of going back to the drawing board for Muckamore as they look to bounce back at the first attempt.
The Mortons (12) The Mortons (12) ZZZZ2:51 amZZZZ
The awards conclude with Stephen Bunting pipping Wayne Horwood to the Section One Player of the Year accolade.
The Mortons (11) The Mortons (11) ZZZZ2:45 amZZZZ
The Coach of the Year award goes to Northern Knights supremo Simon Johnston.
The Mortons (10) The Mortons (10) ZZZZ2:20 amZZZZ
Alison Cowan of CSNI gets the Women's Player of the Year vote.
Narrow win for NIACUS secures the treble Narrow win for NIACUS secures the treble ZZZZ8:11 amZZZZ
In the Annual White Stick Trophy NIACUS beat LCUSA by just 2 runs at The Green, Comber
The Mortons (9) The Mortons (9) ZZZZ2:01 amZZZZ
The Umpire of the Year accolade goes to Alan Neill who pips Michael Foster.
The Mortons (8) The Mortons (8) ZZZZ3:03 amZZZZ
The best signing of the year goes to Carrickfergus all-rounder CJ van der Walt.
The Mortons (7) The Mortons (7) ZZZZ6:24 amZZZZ
Ryan Hunter of CIYMS gets the nod as the Unsung Hero of the Year.
The Mortons (6) The Mortons (6) ZZZZ1:25 amZZZZ
John Matchett pips Ollie Metcalfe to the Breakthrough Player of the Year accolade.
Faiz Fazal returns to Lisburn Faiz Fazal returns to Lisburn ZZZZ1:18 amZZZZ
One of the standout stars of the 2019 season will be back in the Northern Cricket Union next year after Lisburn announced the return of Faiz Fazal as their overseas professional.
The Mortons (5) The Mortons (5) ZZZZ1:07 amZZZZ
The captain of the year accolade goes to CIYMS skipper Nigel Jones after a trophy laden campaign.
The Mortons (4) The Mortons (4) ZZZZ11:56 amZZZZ
Andre Malan pips Jacques Snyman and Ruhan Pretorius to the Overseas Professional of the Year award.
Cricket Award for Soccer Winner Cricket Award for Soccer Winner ZZZZ11:46 amZZZZ
Former Irish Cup winning goalkeeper Chris Keenan has been picking up more awards - but in a very different sport.
The Mortons (3) The Mortons (3) ZZZZ10:54 amZZZZ
The awards continue as Josh Manley gets the nod for the bowling performance of the year.
The Harrison dynasty The Harrison dynasty ZZZZ1:37 amZZZZ
FORTY years ago, Waringstown played Woodvale in the NCU Challenge Cup final at Downpatrick. The team consisted of six brothers, a brother-in-law and a nephew. It was the Harrison dynasty at its height.
Qualifying NCU averages 2019 Qualifying NCU averages 2019 ZZZZ9:35 amZZZZ
Leading batting, bowling, wicket-keeping and all rounders averages in NCU Premier League and Challenge Cup
The Mortons (2) The Mortons (2) ZZZZ10:23 pmZZZZ
The NCU end of season awards continue with Greg Thompson picking up the Innings of the Year accolade.
The Mortons (1) The Mortons (1) ZZZZ9:17 pmZZZZ
News Letter cricket correspondent Johnny Morton gives his end of season awards starting with his Player of the Year.
Pienaar leaves CIYMS Pienaar leaves CIYMS ZZZZ1:19 amZZZZ
Obus Pienaar won't be back at CIYMS for the 2020 season after signing for Lancashire League side Lowerhouse CC.
Snyman to return to Carrickfergus Snyman to return to Carrickfergus ZZZZ1:08 amZZZZ
Jacques Snyman will be returning to play for Carrickfergus in 2020 after a successful campaign which saw the club finish third in the Robinson Services Premier League.
Something 'Special' for Jason Something 'Special' for Jason ZZZZ4:56 amZZZZ
NCU present 'Special Award' to Jason vd Merwe for his 'Final Fifties'
Pretorius to reside in Ireland Pretorius to reside in Ireland ZZZZ1:59 amZZZZ
The sight of Ruhan Pretorius producing match-winning performances in the Northern Cricket Union is one that local fans are set to enjoy for years to come with the South African due to stay in Northern Ireland on a full-time basis.
Cup wins for Woodvale and CIYMS Cup wins for Woodvale and CIYMS ZZZZ8:39 amZZZZ
In the NCU, Woodvale III won the Minor (Lindsay) Cup by 32 runs after bowling out Instonians III for 90 at Dundrum and CIYMS V beat BISC III to win the Minor Qualifying Cup final on the top pitch at The Green.
Instonians claim U11 league title Instonians claim U11 league title ZZZZ3:44 amZZZZ
On a wonderful sunny afternoon at Moylena in front of a big crowd, Instonians Under 11’s retained their Premier League title with a hard fought win against Muckamore Under 11’s.
A Lidl help for Templepatrick A Lidl help for Templepatrick ZZZZ5:22 amZZZZ
Templepatrick Cricket Club has cashed in with the award of £4000 of equipment from local supermarket Lidl.
Charity Match at North Down Charity Match at North Down ZZZZ7:53 amZZZZ
There is a special 10-over charity match in Comber tonight (6pm) hosted by Ryan Haire of North Down and Trevor Britton of CIYMS, in support of Macmillan Cancer and Marie Curie.
Leckey delivers for CSNI Leckey delivers for CSNI ZZZZ10:17 pmZZZZ
Civil Service North skipper Abbi Leckey lifted the Gallagher Women’s Challenge Cup yesterday with an exciting last-ball two-run victory over Muckamore at Stormont.
Thompson available for Waringstown final Thompson available for Waringstown final ZZZZ2:13 pmZZZZ
GREG Thompson is available to captain Waringstown in the Irish Senior Cup final against Pembroke after Cricket Ireland confirmed the game will be brought forward seven days.
Muckamore chance of double glory Muckamore chance of double glory ZZZZ6:18 amZZZZ
MUCKAMORE have the chance of a double trophy celebration this weekend because, the day after the 2nd XI play in the final of the Junior Cup, the Women’s side take on Civil Service North in their Challenge Cup decider at Stormont.
Junior Cup final preview Junior Cup final preview ZZZZ1:33 amZZZZ
Peter Shields made his 1st XI debut for North Down in a league game at Muckamore in 1996. In the opposition that day was Les Allen. This Saturday, they will be opposing captains in the GMcG Junior Cup final at Lisburn.
Ellerby stars as NCU outshine Barbados Ellerby stars as NCU outshine Barbados ZZZZ3:35 amZZZZ
The NCU u14 (sponsored by Pwc NI) produced a fine all round performance to finish off their tour to the West Cricket Festival at Kings College Taunton.
NCU U14 beaten by Cheshire NCU U14 beaten by Cheshire ZZZZ12:26 amZZZZ
Early wickets see NCU in trouble but Ashton Clark, Ryan Matthews and Adam Leckey mount rescue operation but ultimately in vain.
Ellerby ton in vain as NCU lose thriller Ellerby ton in vain as NCU lose thriller ZZZZ12:14 amZZZZ
It was almost deja-vu for the NCU U14s (sponsored by PWC NI) at Taunton as today’s match followed a very similar pattern to match one at Wyvern on Monday.
NCU California Dreaming after thrilling win NCU California Dreaming after thrilling win ZZZZ12:31 amZZZZ
The NCU gained a thrilling eight run win against California in the latest match of their U14 tournament at the prestigious Taunton Festival.
NCU pipped by Northants in U14 tour opener NCU pipped by Northants in U14 tour opener ZZZZ2:11 pmZZZZ
The NCU U14 (sponsored by Pwc NI) got their festival off to a lively start with a narrow 2 wicket defeat by Northants at Wyvern.
McCollum relishing Lord's Test McCollum relishing Lord's Test ZZZZ12:20 amZZZZ
JAMES McCollum has been to Lord’s as a spectator but this week he will play his first game at the Home of Cricket - in Ireland’s third Test match.
Weather wins the day in Cornwall Weather wins the day in Cornwall ZZZZ3:06 amZZZZ
Day 3 of the U11 NCU (sponsored by PWC) Cornwall tour brought deterioration in overhead conditions so our hosts had very kindly arranged an indoor session at Truro School as contingency.
Battling NCU beaten by Cornwall in U11 tour Battling NCU beaten by Cornwall in U11 tour ZZZZ2:50 amZZZZ
The weather forecast , looking extremely grim for the Friday fixture, prompted both coaching teams to agree to a 13 a side contest to ensure everyone got an ample opportunity to make a meaningful contribution.
NCU U11s lose to Cornwall in tour opener NCU U11s lose to Cornwall in tour opener ZZZZ2:02 amZZZZ
The NCU U11s started their tour to Cornwall with a 25 over game at St Erme cricket club against Cornwall U11s.
NCU name U13 squad NCU name U13 squad ZZZZ2:36 amZZZZ
The NCU have named their Under 13 squad ahead of a busy period for the talented youngsters.
All to play for in NCU All to play for in NCU ZZZZ8:09 amZZZZ
WHILE the remaining two games in the Twenty20 international series between Ireland and Zimbabwe take centre stage this weekend, there is a full programme of top-flight fixtures in both the North West and NCU tomorrow, and on Sunday the first three quarter-finals in the Irish Senior Cup are down for decision.
New fixtures for Emerging Knights announced New fixtures for Emerging Knights announced ZZZZ1:49 amZZZZ
Additional fixtures for both a Northern Knights Select XI and the Emerging Knights have been announced.
Muckamore fail with Mooney swoop Muckamore fail with Mooney swoop ZZZZ7:30 amZZZZ
MUCKAMORE have failed in an audacious bid to sign former Ireland international John Mooney for the second half of the NCU season.
Shannon returns to Instonians Shannon returns to Instonians ZZZZ4:42 pmZZZZ
JAMES Shannon will return to cricket tomorrow — playing for Instonians. In a dramatic move he has severed his links with Phoenix, whom he signed for during the winter, and returned to his boyhood club.
Waringstown and CIYMS reach T20 final Waringstown and CIYMS reach T20 final ZZZZ2:02 amZZZZ
CIYMS overpower Instonians, while Waringstown hold their nerve to edge out North Down.
Instonians retain Graham Cup Instonians retain Graham Cup ZZZZ2:19 amZZZZ
Instonians have retained the Graham Cup after an eight-wicket win over CSNI.
Busy weekend ahead in NCU Busy weekend ahead in NCU ZZZZ1:15 amZZZZ
It's the busiest weekend of the season so far with the Gallagher Challenge Cup quarter-finals taking centre stage in the NCU, followed by the huge Robinson Services Premier League clash on Sunday between last year’s top two, CIYMS and Waringstown.
Death of Alfie Linehan Death of Alfie Linehan ZZZZ7:11 amZZZZ
FORMER Ireland captain and Downpatrick legend Alfie Linehan died yesterday after a long illness. He was 79.
Although he played only 11 times for Ireland, he was captain in his last six appearances in 1974 and 1975.
50 up for Arthur 50 up for Arthur ZZZZ9:22 amZZZZ
Templepatrick celebrate and recognise the 50 years of service given to the club by founder member Arthur Bowron BEM with a tea-time gathering of the 'old boys'.
Metcalfe hits unbeaten 99 as MCC beat Ulster Schools Metcalfe hits unbeaten 99 as MCC beat Ulster Schools ZZZZ7:37 amZZZZ
Ulster Schools lost their annual game against MCC at Osborne Park yesterday by 51 runs but it was two of last year’s Schools’ side who were the Club's stars.
NCU name Women's squad NCU name Women's squad ZZZZ1:51 amZZZZ
The NCU has selected their first Women's squad for the summer programme, which includes four matches against North West Women and a three match tour to Cornwall in August.
MCC to start NCU tour MCC to start NCU tour ZZZZ11:51 amZZZZ
THE annual MCC visit to the NCU takes place this week but there are only three games instead of the normal four.
NCU names U13 Regional Development Squad for games in July and August NCU names U13 Regional Development Squad for games in July and August ZZZZ1:28 pmZZZZ
The Northern Cricket Union has named its Under 13 Regional Development Squad for eight fixtures throughout July and August against the North West and Leinster Cricket Unions, and a tour to Ayr, Scotland.
Jones to continue in CIYMS role Jones to continue in CIYMS role ZZZZ12:48 amZZZZ
NIGEL Jones will continue to play for and captain Robinson Service Premier League champions CIYMS after being appointed Head Coach of Leinster Lightning.
So near yet so far for Ross Adair So near yet so far for Ross Adair ZZZZ1:23 amZZZZ
IT was so near but so far for Ross Adair last week as the sportsman, better known for his rugby exploits, missed out on a return to representative cricket.
Top two look to keep 100% records Top two look to keep 100% records ZZZZ11:08 amZZZZ
In the NCU, Nigel Jones is due to take his leaders CIYMS to Shaw’s Bridge but the game is already in doubt because of this week’s rain, while Waringstown, also with a 100 per cent record, are away to Carrickfergus.
NCU names U11 Regional Development Squad for games in July and August NCU names U11 Regional Development Squad for games in July and August ZZZZ5:37 amZZZZ
The NCU has named their squad for fixtures versus the North West and Leinster and for a festival in Cornwall.
Five talking points from the NCU weekend Five talking points from the NCU weekend ZZZZ8:25 amZZZZ
The Gallagher Challenge Cup got underway over the weekend with five Premier League and two Section One teams securing their spot in the second round. Johnny Morton examines five of the main issues.
Moleon back in demand Moleon back in demand ZZZZ11:37 pmZZZZ
EUGENE Moleon admits he was disappointed to lose his coaching job with the Northern Knights but as one door closed, at least two more have opened.
Shields hopes for a return of the good times Shields hopes for a return of the good times ZZZZ10:45 pmZZZZ
It's all change at Comber this year with a new 50-over captain and no fewer than four signings, and North Down have hit the ground running as they target a return to the top half of the league table.
Templepatrick planning season of celebrations Templepatrick planning season of celebrations ZZZZ11:05 amZZZZ
Templepatrick Cricket Club will be hoping for a successful 2019 season as the club celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Lazars joins Muckamore Lazars joins Muckamore ZZZZ8:58 pmZZZZ
All-rounder Steve Lazars has joined Muckamore after spending the 2018 season at Ardmore.
NCU Preview 18: Armagh NCU Preview 18: Armagh ZZZZ12:18 amZZZZ
Our previews of the 18 Premier and Section One clubs end with a look at Armagh who after clinching Section One in 2017 were relegated from the Premier League in 2018.
NCU Preview 17: Woodvale NCU Preview 17: Woodvale ZZZZ12:01 amZZZZ
2018 saw Woodvale achieve fourth slot in Section One winning 10 and losing eight matches of their 18.
NCU Preview 16: Derriaghy NCU Preview 16: Derriaghy ZZZZ8:41 pmZZZZ
The 2018 season for Derriaghy was average at best having won 8 and lost 9 (1 NR). The team are looking to significantly improve these stats in 2019 with the core squad remaining much the same this season.
NCU Preview 15: Templepatrick NCU Preview 15: Templepatrick ZZZZ1:39 amZZZZ
It was a great 2018 for Templepatrick who won all 14 of their league matches to win Section Two and gain promotion.
NCU Preview 14: Donaghcloney Mill NCU Preview 14: Donaghcloney Mill ZZZZ10:25 pmZZZZ
It was a tough season in 2018 for Donaghcloney Mill who just managed to avoid relegation to Section Two thanks to their Nett Run Rate.
NCU Preview 13: Ballymena NCU Preview 13: Ballymena ZZZZ2:34 amZZZZ
It's a welcome return to Section One for Ballymena, and the Eaton Park club will be determined to acquit themselves well after gaining promotion last year.
NCU Preview 12: Holywood NCU Preview 12: Holywood ZZZZ3:32 amZZZZ
It hasn't been the best of close seasons for Holywood with the departure of five high profile players which greatly weakens the playing squad and their promotion hopes for 2019.
NCU Preview 11: Downpatrick NCU Preview 11: Downpatrick ZZZZ10:52 pmZZZZ
It was a mixed campaign for Downpatrick in 2018, winning 10 and losing 8 of their league programme. They have a new captain at the helm as well as a new overseas player.
NCU Preview 10: Bangor NCU Preview 10: Bangor ZZZZ11:54 pmZZZZ
Bangor showed signs of getting back to their true selves in 2018, and with a decent campaign under their belts could be one of the sides in the promotion frame in what is sure to be a highly competitive league.
NCU Preview 9: Cregagh NCU Preview 9: Cregagh ZZZZ12:26 amZZZZ
It was a journey into the unknown for Cregagh in 2018 as they participated in Senior One having gained promotion. They acquitted themselves well and will look to build on that in 2019.
NCU dominate Ireland umpiring panels NCU dominate Ireland umpiring panels ZZZZ11:55 pmZZZZ
The NCU region has led the way in the new Ireland umpiring panels, having no fewer than ten representatives.
NCU Preview 8: Lisburn NCU Preview 8: Lisburn ZZZZ10:47 pmZZZZ
It's a return to the top flight of NCU cricket for Lisburn after a very successful promotion campaign in 2018, and the Mid-Ulster club have strengthened with two quality additions.
NCU Preview 7: Instonians NCU Preview 7: Instonians ZZZZ12:43 amZZZZ
It's been a busy winter for the Shaw's Bridge club with the loss of high profile players Nathan Smith and James Shannon, as well as Stephen Bunting, but the arrival of Murray Commins helps balance the books somewhat.
NCU Preview 6: CIYMS NCU Preview 6: CIYMS ZZZZ2:38 amZZZZ
The defending champions have added genuine quality to an already strong squad with Obus Pienaar and Mark Adair coming to Belmont.
NCU Preview 5: Carrickfergus NCU Preview 5: Carrickfergus ZZZZ10:49 pmZZZZ
Carrickfergus have finished in the top half of the Premier League in each of the last 3 seasons and will be looking to emulate that performance in 2019.
NCU Preview 4: CSNI NCU Preview 4: CSNI ZZZZ12:01 amZZZZ
The Stormont side have been given a great boost by the return of Gary Wilson from county cricket.
NCU Preview 3: North Down NCU Preview 3: North Down ZZZZ11:56 pmZZZZ
It's been a busy close season for North Down and they have attracted some real quality to their ranks which augurs well for a season in which they will be looking to challenge on all fronts.
Marc Ellison: What I've been looking to improve this winter Marc Ellison: What I've been looking to improve this winter ZZZZ11:38 pmZZZZ
It feels as though it’s been a long and dark winter, but what it has done is given me an opportunity to improve my game.
Lisburn sign Reinhardt Strydom Lisburn sign Reinhardt Strydom ZZZZ11:16 pmZZZZ
Lisburn have bolstered their squad ahead of the new season with the signing of former Irish international Reinhardt Strydom.
North Down complete Moor signing North Down complete Moor signing ZZZZ1:05 amZZZZ
North Down have further boosted their squad for the upcoming season with the signing of AJ Moor from Balbriggan.
NCU Preview 2: Muckamore NCU Preview 2: Muckamore ZZZZ10:35 pmZZZZ
It's been a busy close season for Muckamore, and the young squad looks to have come out of the dealings pretty well in order for the challenges ahead.
NCU Preview 1: Waringstown NCU Preview 1: Waringstown ZZZZ12:24 amZZZZ
They have been Ireland's most successful club side over the past few years, and skipper Greg Thompson is hungry for more trophies in 2019.
Happy to Help Happy to Help ZZZZ4:47 amZZZZ
Northern Knights off for three days practice on grass at Merchant Taylors' School whose Director of Cricket is Saintfield CC man Ian Magowan.
Five NCU players named in Super 3 squads Five NCU players named in Super 3 squads ZZZZ7:43 amZZZZ
There was a major boost for the women's game in the NCU with the news that no fewer than five players from the region have been named in the Super 3 series squads.
North Down swoop for Craig Young North Down swoop for Craig Young ZZZZ7:24 pmZZZZ
North Down have pulled off a coup by swooping for Irish international Craig Young to spearhead their 2019 campaign.
Tributes paid to Billy Boyd Tributes paid to Billy Boyd ZZZZ9:17 pmZZZZ
Tributes have poured in from across the Irish cricketing spectrum following the death of former NCU President and Chairman Billy Boyd.
The passing of Billy Boyd The passing of Billy Boyd ZZZZ6:37 amZZZZ
The funeral arrangements of Lurgan and NCU stalwart Billy Boyd have been announced.
NCU appeal for more umpires NCU appeal for more umpires ZZZZ8:38 pmZZZZ
THE NCU are appealing for more umpires ahead of the new season which is now only less than two months away.
Waringstown forced into change of professional Waringstown forced into change of professional ZZZZ5:44 pmZZZZ
Seven weeks before the start of the season, Waringstown have changed their professional after availability concerns over first choice Corne Dry.
Smith blow for Instonians Smith blow for Instonians ZZZZ5:04 pmZZZZ
Instonians preparations for the forthcoming season have received a further set-back with the news that Nathan Smith has opted to remain in his native Australia rather than pursuing his international ambitions with Ireland.
Expanded role for Knights coach Simon Johnston Expanded role for Knights coach Simon Johnston ZZZZ10:29 amZZZZ
Northern Knights coach Simon Johnston's role has been expanded to include all areas of the NCU performance pathway.
NCU School and Club Engagement Officer appointed NCU School and Club Engagement Officer appointed ZZZZ10:20 amZZZZ
The NCU has appointed Wayne Hughes to the newly created role of School and Club Engagement Officer.
Y Viva Espana Y Viva Espana ZZZZ2:07 amZZZZ
Seven Young Knight hopefuls will be working on their games in Sunny Spain this weekend as the NCU Academy de-camps to La Manga.
T20 Trophy and Shield draws completed T20 Trophy and Shield draws completed ZZZZ7:55 pmZZZZ
T20 Trophy holders Downpatrick will start the defence of their cup with a home tie against Templepatrick, who won the T20 Shield in 2018.
Return to sender Return to sender ZZZZ7:36 pmZZZZ
The latest list of confirmed transfers published by the NCU feature a number of players returning to previous clubs after deciding that the grass isn't greener on the other side.
Bunting returns to Woodvale Bunting returns to Woodvale ZZZZ1:06 amZZZZ
Stephen Bunting is returning to his boyhood club Woodvale after five seasons with Instonians.
Treble boost for Instonians Treble boost for Instonians ZZZZ12:06 amZZZZ
After the blow suffered by the loss of James Shannon, Instonians have some good news to report with Shane Getkate electing to stay, the arrival of Matthew Tryell from England and the return of Aaron Kernohan.
Two NCU players included in Irish girls youth squads Two NCU players included in Irish girls youth squads ZZZZ11:08 pmZZZZ
Two players from the NCU region have been included in the Irish girls' squads announced this week.
Uncapped Knights quartet set for international stage Uncapped Knights quartet set for international stage ZZZZ11:35 pmZZZZ
James McCollum and James Cameron-Dow named in ODI and Test squads, while Harry Tector and Shane Getkate have made the T20 squads.
Lisburn seeking Cricket Development Officer Lisburn seeking Cricket Development Officer ZZZZ10:55 pmZZZZ
With a growing youth section Lisburn Cricket Club is seeking a Cricket Development Officer for the 2019 season.
Instonians resigned to losing Getkate? Instonians resigned to losing Getkate? ZZZZ9:45 pmZZZZ
Shane Getkate looks likely to be the next high profile departure from Shaw's Bridge during the close season, with the all-rounder contemplating a return to Leinster cricket.
Shannon to stay a Knight Shannon to stay a Knight ZZZZ9:42 amZZZZ
James Shannon on his move to Phoenix and a report on the second Wolves ODI versus Sri Lanka A
Shannon blow for Instonians Shannon blow for Instonians ZZZZ11:18 pmZZZZ
Instonians have been dealt a blow with the news that James Shannon has opted to move to Dublin to play for Phoenix.
Graham Cup Draw Graham Cup Draw ZZZZ11:07 pmZZZZ
Holders Instonians will face Lisburn in the 2019 Graham Cup.
Derriaghy sign Daniel Poulton Derriaghy sign Daniel Poulton ZZZZ1:38 amZZZZ
Daniel Poulton is moving to Derriaghy having spent two seasons at Carrickfergus.
Ballymena return for Aphale Ballymena return for Aphale ZZZZ2:25 amZZZZ
Ballymena have announced the return of all-rounder Kaushik Aphale for the 2019 season.
Thompson delight as Waringstown crowned Team of the Year Thompson delight as Waringstown crowned Team of the Year ZZZZ1:21 amZZZZ
Waringstown have beaten off stiff competition to collect the prestigious Belfast Telegraph Team of the Year accolade.
Shetty return boosts Carrick Shetty return boosts Carrick ZZZZ1:17 amZZZZ
Ashwin Shetty is returning to Carrickfergus after spending a season at Muckamore.
Muckamore appoint Rao as coach Muckamore appoint Rao as coach ZZZZ8:52 pmZZZZ
NCU Premier League club Muckamore have appointed former Ireland and North West Warriors coach Bobby Rao as first team coach for the 2019 season.
Downpatrick sign overseas player Downpatrick sign overseas player ZZZZ4:41 pmZZZZ
Downpatrick have become the latest club to unveil their overseas player plans for the forthcoming season.
NCU Independent Director Appointments announced NCU Independent Director Appointments announced ZZZZ1:55 amZZZZ
The Northern Cricket Union has announced the appointment of three Independent Directors to its Board, following a recent recruitment process.
Carrick confirm Van Der Walt signing Carrick confirm Van Der Walt signing ZZZZ6:03 amZZZZ
Carrickfergus have strengthened their squad with the signing of 21 year-old South African all-rounder CJ van der Walt.