Strabane breathe a sigh of relief

AFTER a very indifferent 2015 season Strabane’s players and officials  were finally able to breathe a sigh of relief on Saturday afternoon  as a narrow victory at St Johnston finally put an end to any  suggestion that the reigning champions would be involved in this  year’s relegation scrap. Such has been the turnaround in the […]

Bobby gets coaching role back in India

North West Warriors Head Coach Bobby Rao left on a flight to India at the weekend after he landed a coaching position with his native Hyderabad Cricket Association. The former Indian Test player skippered his beloved Hyderabad to the Ranji trophy in 1987, the only time they have won it in 70 years, and he […]

Red Caps on the brink of league glory

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.

What a turnaround for Bready

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 […]

Fox Lodge in relegation peril

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 […]