THE annual North West presentation dinner took place at the White Horse Hotel on Saturday evening and more than 150 guests were present for an award ceremony dominated by a few familiar faces.
A DAY of high drama and even higher emotion signalled the end of the regular North West cricket season as Strabane only just managed to overcome dogged Ardmore at the Bleachgreen on Sunday to claim a third senior championship in the past six years.
THE curtain is set to fall on the North West cricket season over the coming days and going into the last match of the Premier League campaign it is Strabane who have the destination of the championship firmly in their own hands.
ALTHOUGH the weather has seen to it that the domestic season will now go into overtime there is plenty to look forward to in the top flight as well over the coming days.
IT was a frantic few days of cricket across the North West last weekend but thankfully there were few weather concerns with only one match, Ardmore v Fox Lodge, left undecided.
WHAT a difference a year can make in sport and there were two shining examples of that in the North West on Sunday afternoon. Exactly 12 months ago, Bready Cricket Cricket Club were staring the very real possibility of automatic relegation square in the face. A huge weekend in which they beat the Premier Division’s […]
MORE bad weather put a dampener on events around the North West last weekend with Bready’s big date with Waringstown in the Ulster Cup final and Strabane’s crunch league match at Coleraine both falling by the wayside on Sunday. The match between Fox Lodge and Donemana did go ahead on Saturday at Ballymagorry but there […]
STEPHANIE Wilkinson top scored with 30 as Bready beat Fox Lodge by 40 runs in the Ladies Cup final.
Wilkinson hit three fours in her vital innings which helped Bready post 78 in front of a large crowd at a sun drenched Burndennett.
Last weekend proved a pivotal one for local cricket as the North West Warriors landed back from Dublin on Sunday with the Interprovincial T20 trophy in their grasp after weather wiped out the final two matches of the championship.
All roads led to Sion Mills on Sunday as the Tyrone club celebrated their 150th year in Irish cricket with a challenge game against the Cricket Ireland President’s Select.