WHAT a thrilling afternoon’s cricket we had on Sunday past as both Donemana and Bready defied the odds to progress to the semi-finals of this year’s O’Neill’s Ulster Cup.
DESPITE the suggestion that North West cricket seems to be struggling domestically it is quite clear that at the highest level of the sport, things have rarely been as promising for this region.
Last weekend’s Ulster Cup first round will hardly go into the record books as the North West’s finest hour as local sides were battered into submission by their NCU counterparts.
This week’s At the Crease column
THERE’S a hectic programme of cricket ahead this weekend with a full schedule of league action in both of the top two divisions on Sunday, however before that we have the first round of the Danske Bank Senior Cup getting under way 24 hours earlier.
CRICKET legend Paddy Gillespie has become the latest inductee into the Strabane Sports Forum Hall of Fame.
ACTION this week centres on the first round of the Irish Senior Cup and despite a poor recent record the four Tyrone teams involved all have good chances of progressing.
At the Crease, With Barry Chambers.
SUNDAY past was a red letter day for North West cricket when the Union’s former chairman, Joe Doherty, was officially unveiled as the new President of Cricket Ireland at the governing body’s AGM in Dundalk.
THE 2014 domestic cricket season is up and running this coming weekend and not for the first time the race for honours looks sure to be very keenly contested. The Tyrone based quartet making up the top flight endured very mixed fortunes last time out and some will be more keen than others to set […]