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The Sunday Independent All-Ireland Twenty20 finals in Bready next month is taking shape, and you’ll get good odds on it having the same line-up as last year’s inaugural festival.
Sunday’s North West T20 finals day was played in front of a very large crowd at the Rectory with the first game, the Eric Cooke final, won by Newbuildings in a thrilling finish, while Brigade beat Bready in the second match.
Pics as Newbuildings beat Bonds Glen by 2 runs to win the Eric Cooke Cup
Presentation pics as Brigade win the Faughan Valley T20 cup beating Bready by five wickets
CIYMS are clear at the top of the Premier League after an emphatic 10-wicket win over North Down.
The Premier League title race is wide open after North County sealed a dramatic last over win against leaders Merrion.
Leinster Bolts have named their squads for the matches against the Emerging Knights.
Gareth McKeegan was the toast of the division on Saturday after the Brigade opener starred in his side’s telling league win at the Holm; a result that puts a massive dent in the champions’ quest to retain their title.
Carrickfergus beat Waringstown by 63 runs
Some pics from the Premier win for Strabane against Coleraine plus the launch of the latest book by Billy Platt
The NCU has announced an Emerging Knights squad to play two, 50 over fixtures against Leinster Lightning Bolts, at North County and Pembroke Cricket Clubs, respectively.
The 5th annual Cricket Leinster 'School of Excellence' took place over three days this week with more than 70 children attending for all three days of expert coaching and analysis.
IT is take two on Sunday for the three Ulster teams involved in the Irish Senior Cup quarter-finals, the only difference they have had to give up home advantage, following last weekend’s wash-outs.
North Down travel to Premier League leaders CIYMS on the back of hitting 352 against Instonians last weekend - the highest score involving an NCU team this season.
The importance of the Premier League clash between Armagh and Muckamore on The Mall is recognised by both teams.