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Ulster Schools beat Western Warriors U17s by 14 runs
Shawholm, Glasgow, 11 August.
 Ulster Schools 199/9 (35 overs, H Dyer 46, R Hunter 39, M Aahil 24, S Macbeth 21, J Hobman 3/44)
 Western Warriors 185/8 (35 overs, L Fischer-Keogh 63, B Esakhiel 24, B Willmott 22, S Macbeth 3/44, H Dyer 2/32)
Ulster Schools ended their Scottish tour on a winning note with a 14-run victory over Western Warriors U17s at Shaholm. CSNI's Harry Dyer (46) and Ryan Hunter (39) were in the runs as they posted 199 for 9 in their 35 overs, with Mohammed Aahil (24) and Scott Macbeth (21) chipping in. Macbeth (3-44) and Dyer (2-32) then were among the wickets as their hosts were kept to 185 for 8, despite Fischer-Keogh's 63.
Ulster Schools lost to Overseas Amateur XI by 35 runs
Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow, 10 August.
 Overseas Amateur XI 154/8 (20 overs, N Austin 33, J Colgan 26, L Lubbe 22, S Lombard 20, S Macbeth 2/13, H Dyer 2/23, C McCullough 2/24)
 Ulster Schools 119/9 (R Hunter 29, S Macbeth 24, T Colman 4/4, N Austin 4/14)
The second T20 of the day was a much more competitive game with Ulster Schools restricting the Overseas XI to 154 for 8, with two wickets apiece for Scott Macbeth, Harry Dyer, and Carson McCullough. Ryan Hunter (29) and Scott Macbeth (24) gave the students a bright start, but four wickets apiece for Coleman and Austin saw Ulster Schools finish 35 runs short on 119 for 9.
Ulster Schools lost to Overseas Amateur XI by ten wickets
Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow, 10 August.
 Ulster Schools 146/3 (20 overs, A Ly 48, M Halliday 37, S Macbeth 25)
 Overseas Amateur XI 147/0 (10.3 overs, D du Randt 78 no, S Ali 58 no)
Ulster Schools lost the first match of their double header against a strong Overseas Amateur XI by ten wickets at Hamilton Crescent in Glasgow. Runs for Adam Ly (48), Matthew Halliday (37) and Scott Macbeth (25) saw Ulster Schools post 146 for 3 in their 20 overs. That proved to be way short of challenging as the Overseas openers Du Randt (78*) and Ali (58*) raced to the target in just 10.3 overs.
Ulster Schools lost to Overseas Amateurs XI by 144 runs
Shawholm, 9 August.
 Overseas Amateur XI 266/8 (40 overs; J Colgan 89, M van Dyk 77, F Lutton 4/58, M Halliday 2/33)
 Ulster Schools 122 (34.2 overs, S Macbeth 26, M Waite 24, D du Randt 2/6, D Grobler 2/10, N Austin 2/18, L J Lubbe 2/24, A R Hanif 2/35)
Ulster Schools lost the second game of their short tour of Scotland going down by 144 runs against the Overseas Amateur XI. The hosts posted 266/8 in their 40 overs thanks to a fourth wicket stand of 154 between Colgan 89, and Van Dyk 77. Finn Lutton with 4/58 and Matthew Halliday 2/33 were best with the ball for the Irish teenagers. Scott Macbeth (26) and Michael Waite (24) were the only Ulster Schools batters to get starts as they were dismissed for 122 against the strong attack.
Ulster Schools Cup Final: Campbell College beat RBAI by 2 wickets.
Campbell College, 17 June.
RBAI 183/7 (35 overs, T Crothers 52, R Ellerby 28, J Rose 27, A Leckey 22, Z Solomon 5/33, C McCullough 2/20)
Campbell College 184/8 (33.5 overs, R Hunter 84, C McCullough 39, A Leckey 3/27, T Crothers 2/11, R Craigan 2/38)
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