Pembroke won the All-Ireland Under 15 boys final with a convincing seven-wicket win over Lisburn at Sydney Parade.

An excellent display by the Dubliners bowling unit saw the visitors restricted to 98 for 7 in their 20 overs, with Raif Duncan taking 3 for 25, and a wicket apiece for Luke and Dan Murray, as well as Conor Crowley and Eli Clarke.

Milo Thompson top-scored with 24 for the Wallace Park side, while Alex Magee made 18.

Skipper Dan Murray fell to Matthew Gray early in the chase, but a hard-hit 32 in 23 balls from Irish youth international Bruce Whaley (5 fours, 1 six) ensured the result was never in doubt.

There were runs too for Ethan Clarke (16) and Raif Duncan (13*) in a thoroughly professional display as they passed their target in the 14th over.


At Sydney Parade, Pembroke beat Lisburn by 7 wickets

LISBURN 98/7 (20 overs; Milo Thompson 24, Alex Magee 18; Raif Duncan 3-25)

PEMBROKE 98/3 (13.1 overs; Bruce Whaley 32, Ethan Clarke 16, Raif Duncan 13*)