NWCU T20 Cups 2024
Faughan Valley Cup
27 June Semi-final: Brigade v Bready (Beechgrove)
27 June Semi-final: Ardmore v Donemana (The Bleachgreen)
Eric Cooke Cup
27 June Semi-final: Newbuildings v Bonds Glen (Foyleview Arena)
27 June Semi-final: Killyclooney v Eglinton (Killyclooney)
Sperrin Springs Cup
27 June Semi-final: Coleraine v Strabane (Sandel Lodge)
27 June Semi-final: St Johnston v Fox Lodge (The Boathole)
Group A
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Group B
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Group C

Group D
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Group C: Burndennett lost to Strabane. Walkover.
Burndennett, 20 June.
Burndennett's injury crisis meant they conceded the match to Strabane.
Group D: Killyclooney walkover versus The Nedd
Killyclooney, 20 June.
The Nedd
Killyclooney received maximum points after The Nedd were unable to field a team.
Group A: St Johnston beat Ballyspallen by 59 runs
The Boathole, 20 June.
St Johnston 164/8 (20 overs; Subhan Shirzad 65, David Anthony 27, Jack Macbeth 23, Graeme McCarter 21; Graham Kennedy 4-22, Stuart Kennedy 2-27)
Ballyspallen 105/9 (20 overs; Graham Kennedy 26; Subhan Shirzad 2-7, Ian Macbeth 2-9, Matthew Orr 2-12, Ryan McAuley 2-15)
Subhan Shirzad scored a quickfire 65 (Aidan Devine) (Aidan Devine)
Subhan Shirzad's hard-hit 65 from 35 balls was the catalyst for St Johnston's 59-run win over Ballyspallen. He hit 6 fours ad 5 sixes in his powerful innings, with runs too for skipper David Anthony, who hit three sixes in his 27, Jack Macbeth (23) and Graeme McCarter (21). Graham Kennedy took four wickets to keep the Saints to 164 for 8, which proved more than enough - two wickets apiece for Shirzad, Ian Macbeth, Matthew Orr and Ryan McAuley.
Group A: Newbuildings lost to Bready by 30 runs
Foyleview Arena, 20 June.
Bready 203/3 (20 overs; Ian Young 94*, Parth Palawat 66, Ryan Clarke 23)
Newbuildings 173 (20 overs; Samart Seth 86, Ross Dougherty 50; Nathan McCombe 5-8, David Rankin 2-41)
Nathan McComeb took 5 wickets for just 8 runs (Bready CC)
Bready won the top of the table shoot-out beating rivals Newbuildings by 30-runs in a high scoring game at Foyleview. Skipper Ian Young hit 11 fours and 5 sixes in his 94 not out, adding 153 in 14 overs for the 3rd wicket with Parth Palawat, whose 35-ball 66 included 5 sixes and fours. A total of 203 for 3 looked a formidable one, but the hosts gave it a real rattle and at 122 for 4 in 12 overs, with Samarth Seth on 86 (8 fours, 8 sixes) it was very much in the balance, Ross Dougherty also made 50, but amidst the carnage, Nathan McCombe's remarkable figures of 5 for 8 proved decisive as the home side were 173 all out from the last ball of the game.
Group B: Brigade beat Glendermott by 6 wickets
Beechgrove, 20 June.
Glendermott 145/9 (20 overs; Malinga Amarasinghe 33, Tylor Moore 29; Ifty Hussain 3-15, Cameron Nawn 2-22)
Brigade 147/4 (19.3 overs; Ifty Hussain 51, Scott Macbeth 45*, David Barr 25; Alex Boyd 2-31, Ben Mills 2-34)
Cameron Nawn bowled well for Brigade (Mervyn Robinson)
Scott Macbeth's late pyrotechnics ensured Brigade go into Saturday's top of the table clash with Donemana on a winning note. Glendermott posted 145 for 9 - runs for Amarasinghe (33) and Tylor Moore (29) - both clearing the ropes three times. Cameron Nawn (2-22) bowled well, as did Ifty Hussain (3-15). Ifty then made 51 in an opening stand of 75 in 12 overs with DD Barr (25). The required rate had crept up into double figures, but Scott Macbeth hit 4 sixes and fours in his unbeaten 45 from just 18 balls - the six wicket win clinched with three balls to spare.
Group B: Bonds Glen lost to Coleraine by 8 wickets
Bonds Glen, 20 June.
Bonds Glen 110/7 (20 overs; David Cooke 36*; Lee Ritchie 2-12, James Bell 2-31)
Coleraine 113/2 (10.4 overs; Marcus Poskitt 58*, Cephas Zhuwao 44*)
Coleraine gained their first win of the group with a convincing 8-wickets victory at Bonds Glen. The hosts made a very modest 110 for 7 thanks to David Cooke's 36 not out down the order - two wickets apiece for James Bell and Lee Ritchie. Marcus Poskitt hit 9 fours and 2 sixes as he top-scored with an unbeaten 58 from just 37 balls, sharing an unbroken third wicket stand of 105 in 45 balls with Cephas Zhuwao, who hit 6 sixes into the Kildoag countryside in a destructive 18-ball 44 not out.
Group C: Ardmore beat Eglinton by 6 wickets
The Bleachgreen, 20 June.
Eglinton 127 (19.5 overs; Liam Doherty 36, Adam Lamberton 29, Robbie Millar 21; Bobby Brolly 4-19, Dave Bezzant 4-20)
Ardmore 131/4 (13.4 overs; Dave Bezzant 77, Conor King 21; Josh Martin 2-10)
Dave Bezzant scored 77 and took four wickets as Ardmore beat Eglinton (CricketEurope)
Dave Bezzant was the star of the show as Ardmore made it six wins from six by beating Eglinton at the Bleachgreen. Liam Doherty had raced out of the blocks, hitting 4 sixes in a 21-ball 36, but 54 for 0 in 5 overs became 62 for 4 - Bezzant claiming all four. Adam Lamberton (29) and Robbie Millar (21) got the visitors to 127 - four wickets too for teenage spinner Bobby Brolly. Bezzant dominated the chase, hitting 7 sixes and 6 fours in his 37-ball 77, adding 84 for the second wicket with Conor King (21) as the six-wicket win was sealed in the 14th over.
Group D: Donemana beat Fox Lodge by 4 wickets
The Holm, 20 June.
Fox Lodge 102 (19.1 overs; Jason Milligan 41; Rumesh Buddhika 3-17, William McBrine 2-1, Dean Mehaffey 2-11, David O'Sullivan 2-19)
Donemana 108/6 (15.5 overs; Raymond Curry 31*; Adam Walker 3-24)
Raymond Curry (CricketEurope)
Donemana joined Bready, Brigade and Ardmore in the semi-finals of the Faughan Valley Cup as they beat Fox Lodge in the winner takes all clash at The Holm. Jason Milligan's 41 (5 fours, 2 sixes) was the best of the Foxes 102 - three wickets for Runesh Buddhika, and two apiece for William McBrine, Dean Mehaffey and David O'Sullivan. Adam Walker's early burst saw some worried home crowd faces at 52 for 5, but Raymond Curry's 31 not out clinched the four-wicket win in the 16th over.
Group A: St Johnston v Newbuildings - no result
The Boathole, 13 June.
St Johnston
Group A: Ballyspallen v Bready - no result
Ballyspallen, 13 June.
Group B: Bonds Glen v Brigade - no result
Bonds Glen, 13 June.
Bonds Glen
Group B: Coleraine v Glendermott - no result
Sandel Lodge, 13 June.
Group C: Eglinton v Strabane - no result
Eglinton, 13 June.
Group D: The Nedd v Donemana - no result
The Nedd, 13 June.
The Nedd
Group C: Ardmore beat Burndennett. Walkover
The Bleachgreen, 13 June.
Group D: Killyclooney beat Fox Lodge by 9 wickets
Killyclooney, 13 June.
Fox Lodge 162/5 (19 overs; Gayan Maneeshan 91*, Charlie Simpson 28; Timmy Dougherty 2-36)
Killyclooney 165/1 (15.5 overs; Kenzie Hall 75, Jamal Anwar 66*, Timmy Dougherty 24*) (Match reduced to 19 overs.)
Group A: St Johnston v Bready. Match abandoned.
The Boathole, 30 May.
St Johnston
Group B: Bonds Glen v Glendermott. Match abandoned.
Bonds Glen, 30 May.
Bonds Glen
Group D: Killyclooney v Donemana. Match abandoned.
Killyclooney, 30 May.
Group A: Ballyspallen lost to Newbuildings by 6 wickets
Ballyspallen, 30 May.
Ballyspallen 130/4 (20 overs; Tevyn Walcott 48, Stuart Kennedy 37, James Cusack 30*; Samarth Seth 2-13)
Newbuildings 131/4 (18 overs; Ross Dougherty 78*; Stephen Kennedy 2-21)
Newbuildings took advantage of Bready's inactivity to go top of Group A thanks to a 6-wicket win at Ballyspallen. The home side's opening pair of Tevyn Walcott (48) and Stuart Kennedy (37) added 74 in 10 overs, while James Cusack chipped in with an unbeaten 30 in a 'Spallen total of 130 for 4. Ross Dougherty controlled the chase with 78 not out from 56 balls that included 7 fours and 4 sixes to ensure victory with two overs to spare.
Group D: The Nedd lost to Fox Lodge by 5 wickets
The Nedd, 30 May.
The Nedd 129 (19.4 overs; Dylan Moore 43, Neal Stewart 33; Adam Walker 4-21, Ramey Harpur 2-19, Gayan Maneeshan 2-33)
Fox Lodge 133/5 (16.5 overs; Gayan Maneeshan 73*, Jamie McIntyre 38; Neal Stewart 3-12)
Fox Lodge survived an early scare to leapfrog Donemana at the top of Group D winning by 5 wickets at The Nedd. The home side's 129 was thanks to a half century stand in 5 overs between Dylan Moore (43) and Neal Stewart (33) who both hit four sixes. Stand-in skipper Adam Walker took wickets, while there were two apiece for Ramey Harpur and Gayan Maneeshan. Neal Stewart's (3-12) new-ball blitz had the Foxies reeling at 7 for 4, but Maneeshan and Jamie McIntyre launched a rescue mission with a 5th wicket partnership of 118 in 13 overs. The Sri Lankan made an unbeaten 73 from 54 balls (5 fours, 4 sixes), while McIntyre made a run-a-ball 38.
Group C: Ardmore beat Strabane by 46 runs (DLS)
The Bleachgreen, 30 May.
Ardmore 151/2 (18.2 overs; Rachit Gaur 69*, Dharm Singh 46)
Strabane 111 (17.4 overs; Aaron Gillespie 55; Conor King 2-0, Rachit Gaur 2-16, Dave Bezzant 2-17, Harry Zimmermann 2-31) (Target 158 in 18 overs)
Ardmore stay top of Group C thanks to a 46-run (DLS) win over Strabane at the Bleachgreen. Batting first skipper Rachit Gaur was again amongst the runs against his old club, top-scoring with 69 not out as he and Dharm Singh (46) laid the foundations with an opening stand of 81 in 10 overs. Rain saw Ardmore finish on 151 after 18.2 overs, leaving Strabane a target of 158. Aaron Gillespie battled bravely with 55 that included four maximums, but received little support as the Red Caps were 111 all out. There were two wickets apiece for Conor King, Rachit Gaur, Dave Bezzant and Harry Zimmermann.
Group C: Eglinton beat Burndennett by 125 runs
Eglinton, 30 May.
Eglinton 203/7 (20 overs; Liam Doherty 92, Andy Millar 46; Mark Pollock 2-19)
Burndennett 78 (17 overs; Mattie Mills 4-28, Robbie Millar 3-15, Jamie Millar 2-18)
Liam Doherty on his way to 92 (Lawrence Moore)
Eglinton were the biggest winners of the night as they ran out convincing 125-run winners at home to Burndennett. Liam Doherty top-scored with a brilliant 92 from 51 balls (9 fours, 6 sixes), sharing an opening stand of 141 in 13 overs with Andy Millar - who cleared the ropes four times in his 46. A total of 203 for 7 was a daunting one, and the Tyrone side never got going. Mattie Mills took 4 for 28, while Robbie (3-15) and Jamie Millar (2-18) took a combined five wickets as Burndennett were bundled out for just 78.
Group B: Coleraine lost to Brigade by 6 wickets
Sandel Lodge, 30 May.
Coleraine 116/6 (20 overs' Craig Averill 38, James Panek 28, Rory Knox 25; JP Millar 2-25, Scott Macbeth 2-25)
Brigade 120/4 (17 overs; Scott Macbeth 78*, David Barr 25*; Cephas Zhuwao 2-9, Stephen Hutchinson 2-13)
Brigade overcame an early wobble to chase down 117 at Coleraine and maintain a healthy lead in Group B. The Bannsiders overcame a painfully slow start to post 116 for 6 - Craig Averill (38) and James Panek (28) putting on 54 in 12 overs for the first wicket. Rory Knox clearing the ropes three times in a rapid 25. Cephas Zhuwao and Stephen Hutchinson each took two wickets to leave Brigade 16 for 4 in the 5th over. But the region's in-form cricketer Scott Macbeth thumped 7 sixes and 4 fours in an unbeaten 44-ball 78, sharing an unbroken 5th wicket stand of 104 in 12 overs with DD Barr (25*).
Group A: Bready beat Newbuildings by 19 runs
Magheramason, 23 May.
Bready 171/3 (20 overs; Gavin Roulston 64, David Rankin 54, Parth Palawat 28*; Ross Hunter 2-26)
Newbuildings 152/7 (20 overs; Ryan Hunter 78, Ross Dougherty 25; Gavin Roulston 2-18, Pierce Ryan 2-21, Parth Palawat 2-24)
Jason Dunn is bowled (Lawrence Moore)
An opening stand of 132 between Gavin Roulston and David Rankin put Bready on the way to a 19-run win at home to Newbuildings. Roulston top-scored with 64 from 52 balls (4 fours, 3 sixes), while Rankin made 54 from 48 deliveries (6 fours, 1 six). Parth Palawat hit a rapid unbeaten 28 as the home side posted 171 for 3. Ryan Hunter did his best to keep the chase interesting with a hard-hit 78 from 52 balls (7 fours, 4 sixes) but two wickets for Pierce Ryan, Palawat and Roulston sealed a 19-run win.
Group A: Ballyspallen lost to St Johnston by 74 runs
Ballyspallen, 23 May.
St Johnston 187/5 (20 overs; Graeme McCarter 68*, Jack Macbeth 61*; D McElhinney 2-24)
Ballyspallen 113/6 (20 overs; Stuart Kennedy 51*)
A fourth wicket stand of 96 in 10 overs between Graeme McCarter and Jack Macbeth saw St Johnston to an emphatic 74-run win at Ballyspallen. McCarter hit 5 sixes and 3 fours in his 68 not out, while Macbeth's 61 from 38 balls saw him clear the ropes four times as well as 4 fours. A total of 187 for 5 was always tough and even more so when Tevyn Walcott and James Cusack went cheaply. Stuart Kennedy's unbeaten 51 from 34 balls (7 fours, 1 six) getting them to 113 for 6.
Group B: Glendermott lost to Brigade by 60 runs
The Rectory, 23 May.
Brigade 188/4 (14 overs; Andy Britton 85*, Adam McDaid 35*, Scott Macbeth 25, DD Barr 23; Trevor Britton 2-27, Ryan Nolan 2-54)
Glendermott 73/5 (10 overs; Malinga Amarasinghe 28; Scott Macbeth 3-13) (Par score 133 in 10 overs)
Andy Britton hit 11 sixes and 4 fours in a 13-ball 85 not out as holders Brigade thumped Glendermott in the Waterside derby. He added 108 in 6 overs with Adam McDaid (35*) as the Beechgrove side made 188 for 4 in a match reduced to 14 overs. The home side were on 73 for 5 in 10 overs when bad light stopped play - Brigade 60 runs winners on DLS.
Group B: Coleraine lost to Bonds Glen by 6 wickets
Sandel Lodge, 23 May.
Coleraine 120/3 (20 overs; Scott Campbell 45, Marcus Poskitt 27, Craig Averill 26*)
Bonds Glen 121/4 (19.4 overs; Simon Killen 47, David Cooke 35*; Matthew Hutchinson 2-32)
Bonds Glen pulled off a shock as they travelled to Coleraine and edged out the Bannsiders in a last over thriller. The home side had struggled to score quickly, settling for 120 for 3 - Scott Campbell (45), Marcus Poskitt (27) and Craig Averill (26*) in the runs. Simon Killen's 47 laid the platform and David Cooke (35*) started slowly before moving into top gear and clinching the win with two balls left.
Group C: Eglinton lost to Ardmore by 4 runs
Eglinton, 23 May.
Ardmore 137/9 (20 overs; Rachit Gaur 39, Ciaran Roundtree 33, Dharm Singh 22; Liam Doherty 3-22, Lahiru Dilshan 3-37, Robbie Millar 2-19)
Eglinton 133/7 (20 overs; Lahiru Dilshan 45, Robbie Millar 22; Edrees Kharotai 3-23, Rachit Gaur 3-28)
Ardmore won the battle of the top two sides in Group C as they edged out an away win at Eglinton. Skipper Rachit Gaur top-scored with 39, while Ciaran Roundtree hit 33 as the Bleachgreen side were kept to 137 for 9 - three wickets for Liam Doherty and Lahiru Dilsh, while there were two for Robbie Millar. The chase got bogged down but Lahiru Dilshan picked up the pace after a sluggish start, but the tail was left with just too much to do as they lost by four runs - three wickets for Edrees and Rachit.
Group D: The Nedd lost to Killyclooney by 20 runs (DLS)
The Nedd, 23 May.
The Nedd 173 for 5 (20 overs; Neal Stewart 50, Stevie Moore 50)
Killyclooney 93/2 (8 overs; Kenzie Hall 39) (113 in 8 overs)
Killyclooney edged out the Nedd in a high scoring game at Ballykelly. Half centuries for Neal Stewart and Stevie Moore helped The Nedd to 173 for 5. Kenzie Hall's 39 had Killyclooney racing along on 93 for 2 in 8 overs when play was stopepd - the visitors 20-runs winners on DLS.
Group D: Fox Lodge lost to Donemana by 4 runs
Ballymagorry, 23 May.
Donemana 161/7 (20 overs; Gary McClintock 87*, Raymond Curry 22*; Luke Hayes 3-14, Aaron Heywood 3-19)
Fox Lodge 157/7 (20 overs; Gayan Maneeshan 98, Jason Milligan 20; Gary Neely 2-28, Raymond Curry 2-36)
Donemana prevailed by just four runs in a thrilling away tie at Fox Lodge. Gayan Maneeshan's 98 from 60 balls (12 fours, 3 sixes) looked to be steering the home side to a successful chase of 162, as he added 69 for the second wicket with Jamie McIntyre and 68 for the 3rd with Jason Milligan (20), However, Gary Neely (2-28) and Raymond Curry bowled the death overs successfully to seal the win. In Donemana's 161 for 7, skipper Gary McClintock's unbeaten 87 from 52 deliveries included 6 fours and 7 sixes and it was his innings that was to prove decisive, despite three wickets apiece for Luke Hayes and Aaron Heywood.
Group C: Strabane beat Burndennett by 4 wickets
Strabane Park, 23 May.
Burndennett 95/6 (20 overs; Mark Pollock 28, Andrew Barr 23; Rhys Logue 4-11)
Strabane 96/6 (17.4 overs; Kevin Gallagher 39*, Andrew Mullen 24*; Conan Pollock 3-16, Cody Mehaffey 2-14)
Rhys Logue took 4 for 11 (CricketEurope)
Strabane recovered from 35 for 6 to chase down Burndennett's 95 for 6, with Red Caps skipper Kevin Gallagher (39*) adding an unbroken 7th wicket stand of 61 with Andrew Mullen (24*). Rhys Logue (4-11) did most of the damage as the visitors struggled despite 28 from Mark Pollock and 23 from Andrew Barr.
Group B: Glendermott lost to Bonds Glen by 7 wickets
The Rectory, 28 April.
Glendermott 112 (19.4 overs; Manav Chhabra 33, Alan Johnson 29; Divan Posthumus 2-11, Pushpender Singh 2-17, Davy Robinson 2-32)
Bonds Glen 83/3 (11.4 overs; Heinrich Roberts 28*, Pushpender Singh 23*) (Target 79 in 13 overs)
David Cooke drives (Lawrence Moore)
Bonds Glen travelled to Bonds Street and came away with the points as they beat Glendermott by seven wickets (DLS) in a rain-affected contest. The home side had made 112 with Manav Chabbra's 33 (2 fours, 2 sixes) and Alan Johnson's 29 their best efforts. For the Bee Gees there were two wickets apiece for professional Divan Posthumus, Pushpender Singh, and Davy Robinson. Set a revised 79 in 13 overs the Bee Gees got their with eight balls left - runs for Heinrich Roberts (28*) and Pushpender Singh (23*).
Group B: Glendermott beat Coleraine by 3 wickets
The Rectory, 28 April.
Coleraine 160/5 (20 overs; Marcus Poskitt 56, Craig Averill 42, Rory Knox 22*; Ben Mills 3-22)
Glendermott 157/7 (19 overs; Ben Mills 73, Todd Killen 52; Matty Smyth 2-5, James Bell 2-23) (Target 155 in 19 overs)
Man of the Match Ben Mills (CricketEurope)
Game of the day came at The Rectory where the home side stumbled over the line to beat Coleraine thanks to skipper Alan Johnson's last-ball heroics. Chasing 155 in 19 overs, half centuries from Ben Mills (73; 43balls, 4 fours, 7 sixes) and Todd Killen (52) had them going into the final over at 152 for 4, needing just three more. However, two wickets for Bannsiders skipper Matty Smyth and a run out, saw two still needed from the final delivery. Johnson though held his nerve as he found the boundary much to the delight of the home support. Earlier, Coleraine's opening pair of Marcus Poskitt (56) and Craig Averill (42) set the foundations for their total of 160 for 5 in a stand of 73. Rory Knox thumped two sixes into Cliftonville Avenue in an entertaining cameo of 22* in 12 balls, but all in vain as the home side prevailed in a thriller.
Group C: Burndennett lost to Eglinton by 7 wickets
Burndennett, 28 April.
Burndennett 119/6 (20 overs; Mark Pollock 41, Derek Curry 22; Lahiru Dilshan 2-20)
Eglinton 121/3 (18.3 overs; Jamie Millar 53, Robbie Millar 43; Derek Curry 2-11)
Jamie Millar (CricketEurope)
Brothers Jamie and Robbie Millar shared a second wicket stand of 88 in 13 overs as Eglinton eased past Burndennett, chasing 120 to win by 7 wickets with nine balls to spare. Jamie's 53 from 49 balls included 4 fours and 2 sixes, while Robbie's 43 saw him stroke five fours and one huge six over long-off. Derek Curry bowled tightly to claim 2-11. 'Fraggle' had also made 22, while opener Mark Pollock top-scored with a run-a-ball 41 in their 119 for 6 - two wickets for Lahiru Dilshan.
Group C: Strabane lost to Ardmore by 62 runs
Strabane Park, 28 April.
Ardmore 184/5 (20 overs; Rachit Gaur 107, Dharm Singh 31, Harry Zimmermann 30; Ryan Gallagher 2-29)
Strabane 122/8 (20 overs; Conor Graham 51*; Bobby Brolly 4-19, Edrees 3-33)
Minute silence for Mary Gillespie (CricketEurope)
Ardmore captain Rachit Gaur's 107 was the catalyst for his side's 62-run win against Strabane in the Park. Rachit hit 5 fours and 7 sixes in his 62-ball innings, sharing stands of 84 for the first wicket with Dharm Singh (31) and 94 for the second with Harry Zimmermann (30) as the Derry side made 184-5 - two wickets for Ryan Gallagher (2-29). The Red Caps were always struggling as Bobby Brolly (4-19) continued on the early wickets for Edrees (3-33). Conor Graham unbeaten 51 from 37 balls that included five sixes ensured respectability as they ended on 122 for 8.
Group C: Burndennett lost to Ardmore by 10 wickets
Burndennett, 28 April.
Burndennett 62 (19.4 overs; Aneesh Anilkumar 3-3, Dharm Singh 3-12, Edrees 2-14)
Ardmore 67/0 (6.4 overs; Rachit Gaur 32*, Ryan Brolly 31*)
Ardmore won both their games convincingly (CricketEurope)
Ardmore made short work of Burndennett as they romped to a 10-wicket win. The Tyrone side were skittled for just 62 with three wickets apiece for Aneesh Anilkumar and Dharm Singh, as well as two wickets for Edrees. With showers in the air, Ardmore knocked off their modest target in just 6.4 overs, as skipper Rachit Gaur (32*) was in the runs once again, as well as Ryan Brolly (31*).
Group C: Strabane lost to Eglinton by 31 runs
Strabane Park, 28 April.
Eglinton 169/3 (20 overs; Liam Doherty 63, Jamie Millar 63)
Strabane 68/7 (10 overs; Ryan Gallagher 20; Liam Doherty 2-17) (Target 100 in 10 overs)
Strabane (CricketEurope)
Liam Doherty and Jamie Millar each made 63 as Eglinton made it back-to-back wins with a 31-run win over Strabane in a rain-affected contest. The pair each hit 3 fours and 5 sixes in a second wicket stand of 90 in 10 overs that took the village side to 169 for 3. That target was adjusted to 100 in 10 overs, but two wickets for Doherty (2-17) helped keep the hosts to 68 for 7.
Group D: Fox Lodge beat The Nedd by 6 wickets
Ballymagorry, 28 April.
The Nedd 102/7 (20 overs; Richard Wylie 32, Johnny Young 20*; Aaron Heywood 2-15)
Fox Lodge 105/4 (18.5 overs; Luke Hayes 30*, Jason Milligan 28*, Craig Doherty 21; Stevie Moore 2-14, Richard Wylie 2-17)
Craig Doherty (CricketEurope)
Fox Lodge were made to battle by The Nedd but collected the points thanks to a fifth wicket stand between Luke Hayes (30*) and Jason Milligan (28*). The pair had come together at 46 for 4 in the 11th over chasing 103, with two wickets taken by Stevie Moore and Richard Wylie. Any nerves were soothed by the pair's 59-run stand that saw the win achieved with seven balls left. Earlier 'Fish' top-scored with 32 and Johnny Young hit 20 not out in The Nedd's 102 for 7. Home skipper Aaron Heywood's 2 for 15 the best of the Ballymagorry attack.
Group D: Donemana beat Killyclooney by 7 wickets
The Holm, 28 April.
Killyclooney 121/6 (20 overs; Timmy Dougherty 39, Jordan Connor 20, Kenzie Hall 20; Gary McCllintock 3-13, Gary Neely 2-36)
Donemana 122/3 (12.5 overs; Rumesh Buddhika 39*, Gary McClintock 32*; Mark Gordon 2-39)
Donemana cruised to a 7-wickets win over neighbours Killyclooney at The Holm. Gary McClintock with three wickets and Gary Neely with two kept the visitors to 121 for 6 - skipper Timmy Dougherty top-scoring with 39, and 20s apiece for Jordan Connor and Kenzie Hall. Rumesh Buddhika (39*) and Gary McClintock (32*) then added an unbroken 84 in 9 overs for the fourth wicket to clinch the victory in the 13th over.
Group D: Fox Lodge beat Killyclooney by 5 runs
Ballymagorry, 28 April.
Fox Lodge 129/6 (20 overs; Jason Milligan 79*; Mark Gordon 2-24, Matthew Campbell 2-26)
Killyclooney 124/6 (20 overs; Timmy Dougherty 54, Mark Gordon 33; Gayan Maneeshan 2-31, J McIntyre 2-38)
Jason Milligan rescued Fox Lodge from a precarious 17/4 to 129 for 6, as the Ballymagorry side edged a five-runs win over Killyclooney. Milligan's unbeaten 79 took 57 balls (5 fours, 6 sixes), adding a crucial unbroken 67 for the 7th wicket with Jamie McIntyre (17*). Mark Gordon and Matthew Campbell took two wickets apiece for Killyclooney. McIntyre claimed two wickets as well as Gayan Maneeshan, but the contest was always in the balance as Timmy Dougherty's 54 (4 fours, 2 sixes) and Mark Gordon's 33 kept the board ticking. In the end it was the home side who just prevailed in a tense finale.
Group D: Donemana beat The Nedd by 231 runs
The Holm, 28 April.
Donemana 328/3 (20 overs; Raymond Curry 127*, Levi Dougherty 81, Rumesh Buddhika 59, Billy Dougherty 27*)
The Nedd 97 (13.5 overs; Jacob Logan-Wilson 24, Martin McElwee 21; Adam Britton 4-16, Rumesh Buddhika 2-26)
Donemana stole the headlines on Sunday as they racked up an Irish (and possible world) T20 record score of 328 for 3 against The Nedd at the Holm. It's been a tough introduction to senior cricket for the Ballykelly side, and there are few harder tests than the lion's den of the Tyrone side, who were merciless in their destruction of the visitors. Skipper Raymond Curry top-scored with 127 not out from 56 balls (14 fours, 7 sixes) adding 145 in 8 overs with Levi Dougherty. Six years on from hitting six sixes in an over, Dougherty looked on course to repeat the feat as he hit the first four balls of a Johnny Young over out of the ground, but couldn't quite manage it with the next two. Dougherty's 81 came from 26 balls (2 fours, 11 sixes). Earlier Rumesh Buddhika had cleared the ropes 7 times in an 18-ball 59, while Billy Dougherty's 27 not out also included three maximums. In total Donemana hit a record 30 sixes and 25 fours - none of The Ned bowlers were rushing to check their figures at the break. In reoly Jacob Logan-Wilson hit four sixes in his 24, while Martin McElwee made 21 in their 97 total. Teenager Adam Britton took four wickets, while Buddhika claimed 2 for 26 in the 231-run win.
Group A: Bready beat St Johnston by 8 wickets
Magheramason, 28 April.
St Johnston 136/7 (20 overs; Subhan Shirzad 56, Graeme McCarter 31; Jordan McCorkell 2-20, Davy Scanlon 2-21, Parth Palawat 2-22)
Bready 139/2 (18.4 overs; Parth Palawat 52*, Gavin Roulston 47, Ian Young 22*)
Bready made light work of a potentially tricky chase as they made 139/2 to win with eight balls to spare. The Saints 136/7 was based around a fine 34-ball 56 by Subhan Shirzad (3 fours, 5 sixes) and a fluent 31 from Graeme McCarter. The home side's attack shared the wickets with two apiece for Jordan McCorkell, Davy Scanlon and Parth Palawat. Gavin Roulston's 47 from 28 balls (6 fours, 3 sixes) got the chase off to a quick start, with Parth Palawat (48*) and skipper Ian Young (22*) sealing the win with an unbroken third wicket stand of 70 in 10 overs.
Group A: Bready beat Ballyspallen by 8 wickets
Magheramason, 28 April.
Ballyspallen 81/8 (20 overs; Conor Olphert 2-5, Nathan McCombe 2-6, Parth Palawat 2-17)
Bready 87/2 (9.5 overs; Parth Palawat 48*)
Bready romped to an eight-wickets win over Ballyspallen with a ruthlessly efficient display at Magheramason. Two wickets each from Conor Olphert, Nathan McCombe and Parth Palawat saw the visitors restricted to 81 for 8. Indian professional Parawat then hurried the game to its natural conclusion as he smashed 5 sixes and a four in an undefeated 48 from 27 balls - Bready passing their target before the halfway stage.
Group B: Brigade beat Coleraine by 9 wickets
Beechgrove, 28 April.
Coleraine 110 (19.5 overs; Marcus Poskitt 46; DD Barr 2-9, Ifty Hussain 2-17, Marcello Piedt 2-21, Scott Campbell 2-22)
Brigade 69/1 (8.2 overs; DD Barr 44*) (Target 68 in 12 overs)
Marcus Poskitt top- scored for Coleraine (Mervyn Robinson)
Brigade eased to a 9-wickets win over Coleraine at Beechgrove in another game affected by a heavy shower. The Bannsiders' 110 was dominated by Marcus Poskitt's 46 (5 fours, 2 sixes), with two wickets apiece for DD Barr, Ifty Hussain, Marcello Piedt, and Scott Campbell. Set a revised target of 68 in 12, DD Barr's unbeaten 44 (4 fours, 2 sixes), saw his side cruised to the win in the 9th over.
Group B: Brigade beat Bonds Glen by 6 wickets
Beechgrove, 28 April.
Bonds Glen 135/4 (20 overs; Pushpender Singh 52, Simon Killen 51; DD Barr 3-13)
Brigade 136/4 (14.1 overs; Scott Macbeth 81*, Andy Britton 24)
Scott Macbeth scored 81 not out (Mervyn Robinson)
Scott Macbeth was in the runs once again as Brigade bounced back from a tough start to beat Bonds Glen by 6 wickets. The Bee Gees openers Pushpender Singh and Simon Killen both hit 50's in an opening stand of 99, but three wickets from DD Barr stalled any hopes of a late charge and a final total of 135 for 4 looked light. Macbeth was at his destructive best as he hit 8 fours and 4 sixes in an unbeaten 81 from 47 balls, adding 64 in just five overs with skipper Andy Britton (24) as they passed the finishing line with almost six overs to spare.
Group A: Newbuildings beat St Johnston by 5 wickets
Foyleview Arena, 28 April.
St Johnston 155/7 (20 overs; Subhan Shirzad 47, Michael Rankin 26; Ross Hunter 3-7, Charlie Downey 2-25)
Newbuildings 128/5 (14 overs; Gareth McKeegan 57*, Jason Bell 24*; David Lapsley 2-21, David Barnard 2-21) (Target 126 in 15 overs)
Gareth McKeegan made his second unbeaten half century of the day as he and Jason Bell steered Newbuildings to a 5-wicket DLS win over St Johnston. Rain had stopped play with the game in the balance at 99 for 5, but Bell thumped 3 sixes on the resumption to seal the win with an over to spare. Earlier, Subhan Shirzad had clubbed 4 sixes and 2 fours in a 26-ball 47 and Michael Rankin made 26 in the Saints' 155-7 - three wickets for Ross Hunter and two for Charlie Downey.
Group A: Newbuildings beat Ballyspallen by 9 wickets
Bonds Glen, 28 April.
Ballyspallen 169/6 (20 overs; James Cusack 76*, Kyle Morrow 53; Ross Dougherty 2-31)
Newbuildings 170/1 (16 overs; Gareth McKeegan 57*, Samarth Seth 57*, Jason Dunn 49)
Samarth Seth and Gareth McKeegan scored half centuries (CricketEurope)
Unbeaten half centuries from skipper Gareth McKeegan and Samarth Seth propelled Newbuildings to a 9-wicket win over Ballyspallen in a game switched to Bonds Glen. 'Spallen would have been happy enough with their total of 169 for 6, based around an unbeaten 76 from Australian overseas player James Cusack that included 8 fours and 3 sixes. Kyle Morrow also made a quickfire 53 (28 balls, 5 fours, 4 sixes). Ross Dougherty (2-31) was best with the ball. Jason Dunn hit 6 sixes in a rapid 49, sharing an opening stand of 97 in 10.3 overs with Gareth McKeegan. The skipper then added a further 73 in just 33 balls with Samarth Seth. Both finished on 57 not out with Seth's 20 ball innings including 7 fours and 4 sixes, while McKeegan also hit 7 fours and cleared the ropes twice.
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