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Alan Murray Cup 2004
Final
  • Railway Union beat Clontarf by 1 run.
    Park Avenue, 13 July. [Match Report]
    Railway Union 11-9 (G Molins 3-16)
    Clontarf 110-8
    Man of the Match: Mohammed Tariq
Semi-Finals
  • Malahide lost to Clontarf by 26 runs.
    Malahide, July 7.
    Clontarf 166-6 (G Molins 60, M Smith 3-24)
    Malahide 140 (M Smith 32, G Molins 4-34)
  • Railway Union beat North County by 6 runs.
    Railway Union, 6 July. Railway Union 112 (K Carroll 28, R Strydom 3-18,ĘC Armstrong 3-36)
    North County 106-6
Round 2
  • Malahide beat CYM by 77 runs.
    Malahide, 15 June.
    Malahide 205-7 (M Smith 102, R Gale 53)
    CYM 128-8 (P Markey 4-34)
  • Railway Union beat Merrion by 75 runs.
    Park Avenue, 15 June.
    Railway Union 203-4 (A Murphy 61, K Carroll 54)
    Merrion 128 (S Tolputt 47, O Hodges 3-31)
  • Clontarf beat Rush by 5 wickets.
    Castle Avenue, 15 June.
    Rush 140-6 (N Shaukat 60*, A Cusack 3-31)
    Clontarf 141-5 (J Johnson 42*)
  • North County beat YMCA in a bowl-out.
    Balrothery, 5 July.
Round 1
  • Clontarf beat Phoenix by 6 wickets.
    Castle Avenue, 25 May. Phoenix 183 (D Langford-Smith 80)
    Clontarf 184-4 (T Johnston 90*) Clontarf v Phoenix
  • CYM beat Leinster by 98 runs.
    Terenure, 25 May.
    CYM 208-5 (W Hinkel 100, M Lax 45)
    Leinster 110 (W Hinkel 5-33)
  • Railway Union beat Old Belvedere by 9 wickets.
    Park Avenue, 25 May.
    Old Belvedere 114-4 (K O'Malley 44)
    Railway Union 115-1 (C Mullen 51*, K Carroll 40*)
  • North County beat The Hills by 4 wickets.
    Balrothery, 25 May.
    The Hills 138-8 (B Archer 37, A Botha 4-24)
    North County 139-6 (P Mooney 59)
  • Pembroke lost to YMCA by 36 runs.
    Sydney Parade, 25 May.
    YMCA 155-8 (C Hosford 50)
    Pembroke 119-9 (M Tighe 42, J Harte 3-29)

Byes: Malahide, Merrion, Rush