THE only Strabane teenager picked to play on this summer’s Ulster Schools cricket side has this week spoken of his honour at representing the province.
There was better news for Newbuildings Cricket Club who were celebrating a remarkable achievement on Sunday evening after claiming the Faughan Valley Sperrin Springs trophy.
A couple of Newtownstewart ‘Warriors’ have helped Ireland retain their Australian Rules Football European Championship.
GOING back a few days the Qualifying Two Cup Final was played at Bonds Glen over the weekend and it turned into a real thriller as Bready III’s edged out Crindle by two wickets.
While Tyrone clubs struggled a touch in the Premier Division this season the county has been given a massive boost with the announcement of the full Ireland squad to play Scotland in a 4-day game at Clontarf next month.
When Ryan Barr hit the winning runs to earn Bready their first league win of the season against Eglinton on Sunday you could sense a huge collective sigh of relief enveloping the Magheramason venue.
Mattie Moran may well have dreamt of posting the winning run in this year’s Senior Cup Final after his side dominated the first innings, but the Brigade batsman would surely never have imagined that it would be his wide ball that would spark a long night of celebration at the Holm.
Killyclooney may be struggling at the wrong end of the Long’s SuperValu Championship table at the moment however the club has a reputation perhaps second only Donemana in bringing through a host of youngsters into the local game.
Donemana set up a replay of last year’s Senior Cup decider following last weekend’s win over Coleraine.