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Northern Cricket Union Archives 1991-2021
Premier League
PWTNRLPts NRR
Waringstown141300152
North Down141000440
CIYMS14800632
Woodvale14700728
CSNI14600824
Instonians14500920
Carrickfergus144001016
Lisburn143001112
Scorecard Waringstown (4) beat CSNI (0) by 65 runs, 11 September.
Scorecard Instonians (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 10 wickets, 11 September.
Scorecard CIYMS (4) beat Woodvale (0) by 8 wickets, 11 September.
Scorecard Lisburn (0) lost to North Down (4) by 97 runs, 11 September.
Scorecard Lisburn (4) beat Instonians (0) by 221 runs, 4 September.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 6 wickets, 4 September.
Scorecard CSNI (0) lost to v Woodvale (4) by 84 runs, 4 September.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat CIYMS (0) by 4 wickets, 4 September.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (0) lost to Lisburn (4) by 6 wickets, 29 August.
Scorecard Woodvale (4) beat North Down (0) by 15 runs, 29 August.
Scorecard CSNI (0) lost to North Down (4) by 65 runs, 28 August.
Scorecard CIYMS (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 12 runs, 28 August.
Scorecard Instonians (0) lost to Woodvale (4) by 31 runs, 28 August.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 27 runs, 26 August.
Scorecard CIYMS (4) beat Instonians (0) by 25 runs, 26 August.
Scorecard Waringstown (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 82 runs, 23 August.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 70 runs (DLS), 22 August.
Scorecard Instonians (0) lost to North Down (4) by 4 runs, 22 August.
Scorecard Waringstown (4) beat North Down (0) by 25 runs, 15 August.
Scorecard CIYMS (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 36 runs, 15 August.
Scorecard Waringstown (4) beat North Down (0) by 25 runs, 15 August.
Scorecard Woodvale (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 16 runs (DLS), 14 August.
Scorecard CSNI (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 69 runs (DLS), 14 August.
Scorecard Woodvale (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 103 runs, 12 August.
Scorecard CSNI (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 4 wickets (DLS), 7 August.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 7 wickets, 31 July.
Scorecard CIYMS (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 39 runs (DLS), 31 July.
Scorecard Lisburn (0) lost to Woodvale (4) by 64 runs (DLS), 31 July.
Scorecard Instonians (0) lost to Waringstown (4) by 42 runs (DLS), 31 July.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 4 wickets, 24 July.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 9 wickets, 24 July.
Scorecard Waringstown (4) beat CSNI (0) by 4 wickets, 24 July.
Scorecard Woodvale (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 3 wickets, 24 July.
Scorecard Instonians (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 4 wickets, 17 July.
Scorecard Woodvale (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 8 wickets, 17 July.
Scorecard Waringstown (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 226 runs, 17 July.
Scorecard CIYMS (0) lost to North Down (4) by 53 runs, 17 July.
Scorecard North Down lost to Woodvale by 8 wickets, 10 July.
Scorecard CSNI lost to Carrickfergus by 25 runs, 10 July.
Scorecard Lisburn lost to Waringstown by 4 wickets, 10 July.
Scorecard Instonians lost to CIYMS by 45 runs, 10 July.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (4) beat Lisburn (0) by 8 wickets, 4 July.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat CSNI (0) by 60 runs, 4 July.
Scorecard Waringstown (4) beat CIYMS (0) by 91 runs, 4 July.
Scorecard Woodvale (0) lost to Instonians (4) by 7 wickets, 4 July.
Scorecard Lisburn (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 9 wickets, 26 June.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat Instonians (0) by 6 wickets, 26 June.
Scorecard CIYMS (4) beat Carrickfergus (0) by 8 wickets, 26 June.
Scorecard Waringstown (4) beat Woodvale (0) by 111 runs, 26 June.
Scorecard North Down (4) beat Waringstown (0) by 175 runs, 19 June.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (4) beat Woodvale (0) by 134 runs, 19 June.
Scorecard Instonians (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 6 wickets, 19 June.
Scorecard Lisburn v(4) beat CIYMS (0) by 3 wickets, 19 June.
Scorecard Carrickfergus beat North Down by 8 wickets, 12 June.
Scorecard CSNI lost to CIYMS by 2 wickets, 12 June.
Scorecard Waringstown beat Instonians by 47 runs, 12 June.
Scorecard Woodvale beat Lisburn by 73 runs, 12 June.
Senior Cup
Final
Scorecard CIYMS beat North Down by 127 runs, 13 August.
Semi-finals
Scorecard CSNI lost to CIYMS by 142 runs, 1 August.
Scorecard North Down beat Instonians by 7 wickets, 1 August.
2nd Round
Scorecard Lisburn lost to North Down by 9 wickets, 18 July.
Scorecard CSNI beat Derriaghy by 178 runs, 18 July.
Scorecard Woodvale lost to CIYMS by 90 runs, 18 July.
Scorecard Cregagh lost to Instonians by 8 wickets, 18 July.
1st Round
Scorecard Lisburn beat Donacloney Mill by 9 wickets, 3 July.
Scorecard Armagh lost to CSNI by 8 wickets, 3 July.
Scorecard Derriaghy lost to Waringstown by 6 wickets, 3 July.
Scorecard Cliftonville Academy lost to North Down by 5 wickets, 3 July.
Scorecard Ballymena lost to Instonians by 8 wickets, 3 July.
Scorecard Muckamore lost to Cregagh by 6 wickets, 3 July.
Scorecard Woodvale beat Templepatrick by 10 wickets, 3 July.
Scorecard CIYMS beat Carrickfergus by 122 runs, 3 July.
Preliminary Round
Scorecard Cliftonville Academy beat Bangor by 126 runs, 12 June.
Scorecard Saintfield lost to Armagh by 5 runs, 12 June.
Twenty20 Cup
PWTNRLPts NRR
CSNI76010261.462
Carrickfergus73022161.744
Lisburn 7400316-1.111
CIYMS73013140.775
Instonians7301314-.0.607
North Down72023120.340
Waringstown7202312-.0.067
Woodvale700162-2.063
Scorecard Final - Carrickfergus beat CSNI by 43 runs, 6 June.
Scorecard CSNI beat CIYMS by 5 wickets, 5 June.
Scorecard Carrickfergus beat Lisburn by 8 runs (DLS), 5 June.
Scorecard Lisburn beat North Down by 3 wickets, 29 May.
Scorecard Woodvale lost to CSNI by 9 wickets, 29 May.
Scorecard Waringstown beat CIYMS by 35 runs, 29 May.
Scorecard Carrickfergus lost to Instonians by 8 runs, 29 May.
Scorecard Lisburn beat Woodvale by 10 wickets, 28 May.
Scorecard CSNI beat Waringstown by 11 runs, 28 May.
Scorecard CIYMS lost to Carrickfergus by 5 runs, 28 May.
Scorecard North Down lost to Instonians by 49 runs, 28 May.
Scorecard CIYMS beat North Down by 5 runs, 22 May.
Scorecard Instonians lost to Lisburn by 2 wickets, 22 May.
Scorecard Woodvale lost to Waringstown by 6 wickets, 22 May.
Scorecard Carrickfergus lost to CSNI by 7 wickets, 22 May.
Scorecard Lisburn lost to CIYMS by 8 wickets, 21 May.
Scorecard CSNI v North Down - no result, 20 May.
Scorecard Waringstown v Carrickfergus - no result, 20 May.
Scorecard Instonians beat Woodvale by 5 wickets, 19 May.
Scorecard CIYMS beat Instonians by 102 runs, 15 May.
Scorecard North Down beat Waringstown by 33 runs, 15 May.
Scorecard CSNI beat Lisburn by 35 runs, 15 May.
Scorecard Woodvale lost to Carrickfergus by 68 runs, 15 May.
Scorecard Lisburn lost to Carrickfergus by 116 runs, 14 May.
Scorecard North Down beat Woodvale by 10 wickets, 14 May.
Scorecard CSNI beat CIYMS by 19 runs, 13 May.
Scorecard Waringstown v Instonians - no result- torrential rain between innings , 13 May.
Scorecard CIYMS (2) v Woodvale (2) - no result , 8 May.
Scorecard Carrickfergus (2) v North Down (2) - no result, 8 May.
Scorecard Instonians (0) lost to CSNI (4) by 9 wickets, 8 May.
Scorecard Waringstown (0) lost to Lisburn (4) by 5 wickets (DLS), 8 May.
Section 1
PWTNRLPts NRR
Cliftonville Academy1815002601.42
Cregagh1815003601.39
Derriaghy1815003600.40
Armagh1810008400.37
Saintfield188001032-0.27
Muckamore1870011280.28
Donacloney Mill186011124-0.66
Templepatrick185011220-0.32
Ballymena184021316-0.87
Bangor183001512-1.90
NCU Section 1
Cregagh (4) beat Saintfield (0) by 7 wickets
Cregagh Memorial , 5 September.
Saintfield 133-9 (20.0 overs)
Cregagh 134-3 (16.2 overs)
NCU Section 1
Derriaghy (4) beat Cliftonville Academy (0) by 62 runs
Queensway, 4 September.
Derriaghy 277 (C Dempsey 82, J Wade 44, C Moorehead 30, A Forbes 3 -46, M McCord 3-62)
Cliftonville Academy 215 (44.4 overs, J Terrett 46, M McCord 42, D Reid 26, C Lewis 5-34)
NCU Section 1
Muckamore (0) lost to Cregagh (4) by 18 runs
Moylena, 4 September.
Cregagh 235-7 (47.0 overs, C Boultwood 60*, C Shannon 30, D Cooper 29, D Steen 2-16, Le Allen 2-26)
Muckamore 217 (44.5 overs, E Wilson 39, S Gordon 35, S Henderson 31, C Boultwood 5-31, H Hassard 3-35)
NCU Section 1
Bangor (0) lost to Ballymena (4) by 4 wickets
Upritchard Park, 4 September.
Bangor 199-9 (J Keenan 38, A McCusker 33, J Scates-Veale 26, J Glass 3-43, O Dick 3-51)
Ballymena 202-6 (M Glass (Jnr) 65, J Glass 57*, G Prince 2-38, J Scates-Veale 2-39)
NCU Section 1
Armagh (4) beat Donacloney Mill (0) by 4 wickets
The Mall, 4 September.
Donacloney Mill 81 (S Freshwater 5-13, M Hoey 4-26)
Armagh 82-6 (J Rogers 30, A Bingham 4-45)
NCU Section 1
Templepatrick (4) beat Saintfield (0) by 8 wickets
The Cloughan, 4 September.
Saintfield 93 (G Harison 33, R Bryans 3-13, M Stewart 2-10, P Kernaghan 2-21)
Templepatrick 95-2 (R Br yans 35*, M Yeates 2-25)
NCU Section 1
Bangor (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 28 runs
3 September.
Bangor 123-5 (P English 38, J Parker 26, D Kane 2-34)
Templepatrick 95-5 (R Bryans 28, M Thompson 26, J Patterson 2-14)
NCU Section 1
Ballymena v Donacloney Mill - match void
2 September.
NCU Section 1
Bangor (0) lost to Cliftonville Academy (4) by 251 runs
Upricthard Prk, 28 August.
Cliftonville Academy 339-7 (50.0 overs, M Burton 172, R Moffett 37*, N Cahill 36, J Bates 2-46, C Pyper 2-54)
Bangor 88 (B King 4-19, M McCord 3-15, R Hood 2-27)
NCU Section 1
Derriaghy (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 36 runs
Queensway, 28 August.
Derriaghy 199 (C Dempsey 60, C Moorhead 25, A Greer 4-51, R Bryans 3-13)
Templepatrick 163 (R Greer 42, M Thompson 34, W Hughes 5-32, R Bailey 2-34)
NCU Section 1
Donacloney Mill (0) lost to Cregagh (4) by 144 runs
Factory Ground, 28 August.
Cregagh 246-7 (50.0 overs, J Hunter 100, C Boultwood 60, A McCormick 37, A Bingham 3-26, T McClure 3-36)
Donacloney Mill 102 (31.2 overs, A Beattie 3-22, A McCormick 3-15)
NCU Section 1
Saintfield (0) lost to Muckamore (4) by 7 wickets
Demense, 28 August.
Saintfield 101 (A Reid 30, Ethan Wilson 6-14, D Steen 3-20)
Muckamore 104-3 (18.5 overs, Ewan Wilson 53*)
NCU Section 1
Ballymena (0) lost to Armagh (4) by 47 runs
Eaton Park, 28 August.
Armagh 180-8 (50.0 overs, H Doyle 43, S Wilson 42, H Boyd 28, S Glass 2-29, J Glass 2-45)
Ballymena 133 (J Kennedy 28, M Wright 3-27, A Boyd 2-26)
NCU Section 1
Muckamore (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 3 wickets
Moylena, 26 August.
Muckamore 142 (20.0 overs, E Wilson 29, L Allen 29, C Moorehead 4-20, M Stinson 3-20, J Wade 2-38)
Derriaghy 143-7 (18.5 overs, J Wade 58, C Moorehead 29, L Allen 2-19, E Wilson 2-20)
NCU Section 1
Cliftonville Academy (4) beat Armagh (0) by 5 wickets
25 August.
Armagh 112-8 (20.0 overs, H Doyle 29, M McCord 3-18, M Burton 2-18)
Cliftonville Academy 118-5 (14.3 overs, M Burton 60, J Wright 2-5)
NCU Section 1
Saintfield (4) beat Derriaghy (0) by 9 runs
The Demense, 22 August.
Saintfield 101 (19 overs, R Smyth 33, W Hughes 4-18, C Lewis 3-9)
Derriaghy 92-9 (20 overs, R Bailey 45, M Yeates 2-13, B Woodruff 2-16)
NCU Section 1
Cregagh (4) beat Bangor (0) by 9 wickets
Cregagh Memorial, 22 August.
Bangor 60-9 (20.0 overs, R Boultwood 3-7, G Hassard 2-11, C Shannon 2-12)
Cregagh 61-1 (7.5 overs, J Hunter 29*)
NCU Section 1
Cliftonville Academy (4) beat Donacloney Mill (0) by 9 wickets
Castle Grounds, 20 August.
Donacloney Mill 106-6 (20.0 overs, M Campbell 32, S Waren 27, B Kame 2-12)
Cliftonville Academy 107-1 (14.1 overs, N Cahill 36*, M Burton 32, J Terrett 29*)
NCU Section 1
Ballymena v Templepatrick - no play and now void
Eaton Park, 17 August.
NCU Section 1
Armagh (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 6 wickets
The Mall, 15 August.
Muckamore 154-7 (20.0 overs, E Wilson 56, L Allen 42, M Hoey 2-23)
Armagh 159-4 (19.2 overs, J Rogers 59*, A Hoey 44)
NCU Section 1
Derriaghy (0) lost to Cregagh (4) by 4 wickets
Queensway, 14 August.
Derriaghy 130 (29.1 overs, C Dempsey 31, M Halliday 26, A McCormick 4-26, G Hassard 3-45, Max Shannon 2-30)
Cregagh 136-4 (24.3 overs, D Cooper 31, J Moore 27*, W Hughes 2-29)
NCU Section 1
Bangor (0) lost to Muckamore (4) by 5 wickets
Upritchard Park, 14 August.
Bangor 134 (42.4 overs, J Keenan 52, Luke Allen 4-20)
Muckamore 140-5 (Luke Allen 37*, J McClean 33, S Gordon 28, W Simpson 2-31)
NCU Section 1
Templepatrick (0) lost to Armagh (4) by 29 runs
The Cloughan, 14 August.
Armagh 141-9 (S Wilson 57, J Busby 4-28)
Templepatrick 112 (R Greer 45, M Hoey 4-31, A Wright 2-15)
NCU Section 1
Cliftonville Academy (4) beat Ballymena (0) by 2 wickets
Castle Grounds, 14 August.
Ballymena 168 (49.5 overs, J Kennedy 97, M Burton 4-22, M McCord 2-15, B Anderson 2-18)
Cliftonville Academy 167-8 (41.4 overs, R Hood 40*, J Terrett 33, M Glass (Snr) 3-40, M Glass (Jnr) 2-34)
DLS Method: par score 166 in 44 overs.
NCU Section 1
Donacloney Mill (0) lost to Saintfield (4) by 49 runs
Factory Ground, 14 August.
Saintfield 218
Donacloney Mill 150-9 (35.0 overs)
DLS Method: par score 199 in 35 overs.
NCU Section 1
Bangor (0) lost to Saintfield (4) by 9 runs
Upritchard Park, 31 July.
Saintfield 206-8 (P Telfrod 68, M Yeates 33, A Reid 26, C Pyper 5-39, W Simpson 2-35)
Bangor 197-7 (J Keenan 58, J Parker 29, M Martin 25, C Murray 2-47, R Smyth 2-31)
NCU Section 1
Cregagh (4) beat Armagh (0) by 8 wickets
Cregagh Memorial, 31 July.
Armagh 88 (D Cooper 4-12, A Beattie 3-22, M Shannon 3-23)
Cregagh 88-2 (12.1 overs, M Johnston 35*)
NCU Section 1
Donacloney Mill (4) beat Derriaghy (0) by 52 runs
Factory Ground, 31 July.
Donacloney Mill 179 (38.0 overs, A Kennedy 52, R Sinton 47, M Stinson 4-35, C Moorehead 2-14, R Bailey 2-27)
Derriaghy 118 (35.0 overs, M Stinson 31*, R Sinston 5-29, R McClure 2-15)
NCU Section 1
Muckamore (4) beat Ballymena (0) by 5 wickets
Moylena, 31 July.
Ballymena 183 (J Glass 47, M Caithness 32, O Dick 30, S Henderson 2-28, R Keates 3-31, S Gordon 2-38)
Muckamore 185-5 (J Magowan 37*, E Wilson 30, S Gordon 25, MG Glass 2-21)
NCU Section 1
Templepatrick (0) lost to Cliftonville Academy (4) by 98 runs
The Cloughan, 31 July.
Cliftonville Academy 154-9 (D Reid 31, R Moffett 25, M Stewart 3-26, D Kane 2-21)
Templepatrick 56 (26.3 overs, B Kane 4-7, M McCord 3-10, A Forbes 2-10)
NCU Section 1
Ballymena (0) lost to Cregagh (4) by 1 wicket
Eaton Park, 24 July.
Ballymena 168-8 (J Kennedy 46, M Glass (Jnr) 27, D Cooper 2-23, R Boultwood 2-26, R Moore 3-24)
Cregagh 169-9 ( overs, R Boultwood 28, S Glass 2-22, J Galss 2-24)
NCU Section 1
Cliftonville Academy (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 7 wickets
Castle Grounds , 24 July.
Muckamore 143 (M McCord 2-24, M Burton 3-28, J Terett 2-24)
Cliftonville Academy 147-3 (M Burton 100, D Steen 2-35)
NCU Section 1
Derriaghy (4) beat Bangor (0) by 1 wicket
Queensway, 24 July.
Bangor 247-7 (50.0 overs, M Nixon 53, G Prince 28, M Martin 27, C Dempsey 2-23, C Lewis 2-41)
Derriaghy 250-9 (49.4 overs, C Lewis 59, R Bailey 54, J Cardosi 34*, W Simpson 4-36, C Walton 2-40, M Nixon 2-60)
NCU Section 1
Templepatrick (0) lost to Donacloney Mill (4) by 6 wickets
The Cloughan, 24 July.
Templepatrick 183
Donacloney Mill 184-4
NCU Section 1
Saintfield (0) lost to Armagh (4) by 86 runs
Demense, 24 July.
Armagh 216-8 (50.0 overs, H Boyd 552*, M Steenson 36, A Wright 26, P Telford 3-50)
Saintfield 130 ( overs, A Reid 31, G Harrison 26, M Hoey 4-42, S Freshwater 3-25 , M Wright 2-32)
NCU Section 1
Ballymena (4) beat Saintfield (0) by 135 runs
Eaton Park, 17 July.
Ballymena 240-6 (50.0 overs, J Kennedy 138, J Glass 48, M Glass 28, B Woodruff 3-63)
Saintfield 105 (R Smyth 28, A McCavera 27, R Bristow 4-17, M Glass ( Snr) 2-22, S Glass 2-29)
NCU Section 1
Cregagh (0) lost to Cliftonville Academy (4) by 4 wickets
Cregagh Memorial, 17 July.
Cregagh 117 (C Boultwood 32, J Terett 4-24, M McCord 2-13, B Anderson 2-30)
Cliftonville Academy 118-6 (37.3 overs, M McCord 32*, C Shgannon 2-22, C Boultwood 2-28)
NCU Section 1
Derriaghy (4) beat Armagh (0) by 8 runs
Queensway, 17 July.
Derriaghy 235-7 (50.0 overs, A Kinnin 64, J Bell 54, J Wade 43, M Wright 3-48, S Freshwater 2-28)
Armagh 227-8 (S Wilson 77, S Freshwater 36, R Bailey 3-22, D Fuzzard 2-36)
NCU Section 1
Donacloney Mill (4) beat Bangor (0) by 113 runs
Factory Ground, 17 July.
Donacloney Mill 199 ( A Kennedy 51, C Walton 5-17, A Simmonite 3-36)
Bangor 86 (S Leckey 3-9, H Lockhart 2-9, R Sinton 2-17)
NCU Section 1
Muckamore (0) lost to Templepatrick (4) by 0 wicket
Moylena, 17 July.
Muckamore 139 (E Wilson 51, J McClean 28, D Kane 5 -16, J Busby 4-20)
Templepatrick 140-4 (37.3 overs, M Stewart 63, R Bryans 38)
NCU Section 1
Armagh (0) lost to Templepatrick (4) by 78 runs
The Mall, 11 July.
Templepatrick 309-5 (50.0 overs, R Greer 113, M Thompson 68, R Bryans 53, S Freshwater 3-56)
Armagh 212 (35.3 overs, J Rogers 62, H Boyd 43, S Wilson 35, R Bryans 3-39, J Ramsey 2-25, J Busby 2-46)
DLS Method: par score 290 in 43 overs.
NCU Section 1
Derriaghy (4) beat Ballymena (0) by 5 wickets
Queensway , 10 July.
Ballymena 140 (47.3 overs, P Bristow 37*, M Glass 35, C Lewis 6-10, W Hughes 2-35)
Derriaghy 141-5 (22.4 overs, A Kinnin 30*, J Wade 30, R Baile 26, O Dick 2-17)
NCU Section 1
Muckamore (4) beat Donacloney Mill (0) by 81 runs
Moylena, 10 July.
Muckamore 184 (48.5 overs, Ewan Wilson 76, R Keates 48, S Gordon 26, A Kennedy 2-20, J Cunningham 2-30)
Donacloney Mill 103 (24.1 overs, R McCart 27, Sam Gordon 3-15, Callum Weir 3-23, Shane Henderson 3-27)
NCU Section 1
Bangor (0) lost to Armagh (4) by 4 wickets
Upritchard Park, 10 July.
Bangor 159 (38.3 overs, C Walton 39, M Martin 34, M Hoey 4-19, A Wright 2-42, H Doyle 2-47)
Armagh 161-6 (29.5 overs, J Rogers 64, M Hoey 28*, W Simpson 3-31, C Walton 3-43)
NCU Section 1
Cliftonville Academy (4) beat Saintfield (0) by 44 runs
Castle Grounds, 10 July.
Cliftonville Academy 216-9 (50.0 overs, M McCord 87, M Burton 68, P Telford 3-24, T McCavera 2-42)
Saintfield 172 (G Harrison 52, R Hood 3-40, M McCord 2-24, B Anderson 2-25)
NCU Section 1
Templepatrick (0) lost to Cregagh (4) by 30 runs
The Cloughan, 10 July.
Cregagh 205 (47.3 overs, C Boultwood 55, J Hunter 40, R Boultwood 32, J Busby 3-27, M Stewart 3-34, J Ramsay 2-44)
Templepatrick 175-7 (50.0 overs, R Greer 61, A Campbell 31, R Boultwood 2-17, D Cooper 2-32, A Beattie 2-42)
NCU Section 1
Muckamore (4) beat Bangor (0) by 100 runs
Moylena, 4 July.
Muckamore 275 (50.0 overs, E Wilson 111, R Keates 59*, A Simmonite 3-33, W Simpson 2-41)
Bangor 175 (42.5 overs, C Pyper 41, M Martin 40, S Dempster 2-20, J Keates 2-28, S Gordon 2-43)
NCU Section 1
Donacloney Mill (0) lost to Saintfield (4) by 7 wickets
29 / 30 June. 9overs game)
Donacloney Mill 42 (A Sofley 4-25, M Yeates 3-14)
Saintfield 45-3 (10.2 overs, R Sinton 2-19)
NCU Section 1
Ballymena (0) lost to Cliftonville Academy (4) by 8 wickets
Eaton Park, 27 June.
Ballymena 111 (O Dick 27, M McCord 3-16, R Hood 2-13, J Terett 2-18)
Cliftonville Academy 117-2 (22.3 overs, M Burton 95*)
NCU Section 1
Ballymena (4) beat Bangor (0) by 22 runs
Eaton Park, 26 June.
Ballymena 136 (M Caithness 32, G Prince 3-18, A Simonite 3-19)
Bangor 114
NCU Section 1
Cliftonville Academy (4) lost to Derriaghy (0) by 8 runs
Castle Grounds, 26 June.
Derriaghy 190 (C Dempsey 62, R Bailey 32, A Kinnin 25*, M McCord 3-16, J Terrett 2-22, R Hood 3-42)
Cliftonville Academy 182-9 (M Burton 80, A Kelso 31, D Fuzzard 3-25, C Lewis 3-28)
NCU Section 1
Cregagh (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 159 runs
Cregah Memorial Recreation Ground , 26 June.
Cregagh 308-7 (50.0 overs, J Hunter 149, C Boutwood 58, M Johnston 38, R Keates 3- 30)
Muckamore 149 (R Keates 37, S Gordon 25, A McCormick 6-33, A Beattie 2-51)
NCU Section 1
Donacloney Mill (0) lost to Armagh (4) by 3 wickets
Factory Ground, 26 June.
Donacloney Mill 179 (R Matthews 66, H Doyle 4-14, M Hoey 2-38)
Armagh 182-7 (H Doyle 58, C Russell 48, S Freshwater 28*, H Lockhart 2-32)
NCU Section 1
Saintfield (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 1 wicket
Demense, 26 June.
Templepatrick 162-8 (R Greer 56, P Telford 4-31)
Saintfield 163-9 (M Hamill 40, R Smyth 35, R Bryans 3-18, J Busby 2-46)
NCU Section 1
Templepatrick (4) beat Ballymena (0) by 6 wickets
The Cloughan, 23 June.
Ballymena 95 (20 overs, J Kennedy 26, D Kane 6-14)
Templepatrick 98-4 (18.4 overs, R Greer 47*, S Glass 3-7)
NCU Section 1
Armagh (4) beat Ballymena (0) by 170 runs
The Mall, 19 June.
Armagh 251-8 (50.0 overs, M Hoey 45, J Boyd 43, A Wright 37)
Ballymena 81 (A Wright 3-8, M Wright 3-17 (inc hat-trick) , M Hoey 3-27)
NCU Section 1
Cliftonville Academy (4) beat Bangor (0) by 8 wickets
Castle grounds, 19 June.
Bangor 87 (M Martin 27, J Terrett 3-18, M McCord 2-9, N Greenlees 2-2)
Cliftonville Academy 88-2 (11.5 overs, M Burton 30, N Cahill 26)
NCU Section 1
Cregagh (4) beat Donacloney Mill (0) by 7 runs
Cregagh Memorial Recreation Ground, 19 June.
Cregagh 274 (D Cooper 83, M Johnston 61*, C Boultwood 32, A Sinton 5-35, T McClure 3-48)
Donacloney Mill 267 (A Kennedy 62, S Warren 43, A McCorrmick 3-46, C Boultwood 4-30, D Cooper 2-43)
NCU Section 1
Muckamore (4) beat Saintfield (0) by 28 runs
Moylena, 19 June.
Muckamore 270-8 (J Magowan 99, S Gordon 52, R Shanbogue 31, G Harrison 4-33, P Telford 2-40)
Saintfield 242-8 (A Sofley 47*, A McCavera 47, A Reid 36, E Wilson 3-41, S Dempster 3-46)
NCU Section 1
Templepatrick (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 13 runs
The Cloughan, 19 June.
Derriaghy 206-8 (J Wade 47, M Jennings 41, C Lewis 28, R Bryans 3-47, M Stewart 2-26, D Kane 2-35)
Templepatrick 193-8 (R Bryans 73, R Greer 44, W Hughes 3-18, M Stinson 2-26, R Bailey 2-46)
NCU Section 1
Cliftonville Academy (4) beat Armagh (0) by 17 runs
Castle Grounds, 13 June.
Cliftonville Academy 194-8 (50.0 overs, R Moffett 70*, D Reid 32, N Greenlees 26, M Wright 3-36, A Woods 2-43, M Steenson 2-47)
Armagh 146-6 (44.0 overs, M Hoey 31, J Rogers 29*, N Grenlees 2-28)
DLS Method: par score 163 in 44 overs.
NCU Section 1
Derriaghy (40) beat Muckamore by 31 runs
Queenswway, 13 June.
Derriaghy 256-9 (50.0 overs, J Wade 77, M Jennings 43, C Dempsey 36, C Weir 2-34, D Steen 2-51)
Muckamore 176-7 (36.4 overs, E Wilson 51, j Magowan 50, S Gordon 28, J Wade 2-33)
DLS Method: par score 207 in 36 overs.
NCU Section 1
Saintfield (0) lost to Cregagh (4) by 32 runs
Demense, 13 June.
Cregagh 165 (M Johnston 45, J Hunter 35, R Smyth 3-15, M Yeates 2-21, P Telford 2-25)
Saintfield 133 (A Reid 30, A McCavera 26, D Cooper 3-18, C Shannon 2-4, R Boultwood 2-22)
NCU Section 1
Templepatrick (0) lost to Bangor (4) by 9 wickets (DLS)
The Cloughan, 13 June.
Templepatrick 161 (R Bryans 36, M Thompson 36, M Nixon 3-37, C Cox 2-11, G Prince 2-20)
Bangor 92-1 (25.0 overs, M Nixon 39*, J Keenan 36*)
DLS Method:
NCU Section 1
Cregagh (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 4 wickets
Cregagh Memorial Recreation Ground, 12 June.
Cregagh 262-6 (50.0 overs, D Cooper 104, J Hunter 89, C Lewis 3-52, R Bailey 2-41)
Derriaghy 263-6 (43.1 overs, C Lewis 140, R Boutwood 3-58, A Beattie 2-74)
NCU Section 1
Templepatrick (2) v Ballymena (2) - abandoned
The Cloughan, 6 June.
Ballymena 87-6 (20.0 overs, J Glass 28, J Kennedy 26, M Stewart 2-14, P Kernaghan 2-19)
NCU Section 1
Bangor (0) lost to Cregagh (4) by 95 runs
Upritchard Pak, 5 June.
Cregagh 199-6 (20.0 overs, J Hunter 74, A Johnston 72)
Bangor 104-9 (20.0 overs, C Irvine 4-30, G Hassard 2-11)
NCU Section 1
Derriaghy (4) beat Saintfield (0) by 4 runs
Queensway, 5 June.
Derriaghy 138-6 (20.0 overs, J wde 48, C Lewis 27, T Telford 3-20, R Murray 2-24)
Saintfield 70-3 (10.3 overs, M Hamill 33, G Harison 27*)
DLS Method: par score 74 in 10 overs.
NCU Section 1
Donacloney Mill (0) lost to Cliftonville Academy (4) by 5 wickets
Factory Ground, 5 June.
Donacloney Mill 86-8 (20.0 overs, A Kennedy 31, B Anderson 3-6, J Terrett 3-12)
Cliftonville Academy 70-5 (10.0 overs)
DLS Method: par score 69 in 12 overs.
NCU Section 1
Muckamore (0) lost to Armagh (4) by 8 wickets
Moylena, 5 June.
Muckamore 96 (19.5 overs, E Wilson 32, A Wright 3-17, M Wright 3-19)
Armagh 76-2 (14.0 overs, J Rogers 40*)
DLS Method: par score 73 in 15 overs.
NCU Section 1
Donacloney Mill (0) lost to Ballymena (4) by 10 runs
Factory Ground, 31 May.
Ballymena 119-4 (20.0 overs, J Kennedy 72*)
Donacloney Mill 109-9 (20.0 overs, M Lyttle 50, J Glass 3-18)
NCU Section 1
Cliftonville Academy (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 26 runs
Mallusk, 29 May.
Cliftonville Academy 114-6 (20.0 overs, M Burton 30, M Stewart 2-25)
Templepatrick 88-8 (20.0 overs, R Bryans 37, J Terrett 4-13, N Greenlees 2-9)
NCU Section 1
Ballymena (0) lost to Muckamore (4) by 4 wickets
Eaton Park, 29 May.
Ballymena 128-5 (20.0 overs, J Kennedy 40)
Muckamore 132-6 (19.4 overs, Sam Gordon 44, Sam Glass 2-20, MG Glass 2-22, Michael Glass 2-32)
NCU Section 1
Saintfield (0) lost to Bangor (4) by 7 wickets
Demense, 29 May.
Saintfield 95-9 (20.0 overs, M Hamill 30, C Pyper 3-21, T Onyekwelu 2-11, J Patterson 2-23)
Bangor 96-3 (17.3 overs, M English 44, A McCusker 35*)
NCU Section 1
Armagh (0) lost to Cregagh (4) by 33 runs
The Mall, 29 May.
Cregagh 148-7 (20.0 overs, A Johnston 49, M Johnston 31, M Wright 2-15, M Hoey 2-33)
Armagh 115-8 (20.0 overs, J Rogers 50, A Beattie 2-31)
NCU Section 1
Donacloney Mill (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 2 runs
Factory Ground, 22 May.
Donacloney Mill 84 (19.4 overs, M Campbell 30, J Busby 3-5)
Templepatrick 82-6 (20.0 overs, P Campbell 2-13)
NCU Section 1
Muckamore (0) lost to Cliftonville Academy (4) by 6 wickets
Moylena, 22 May.
Muckamore 110-7 (20.0 overs, L Allen 32, J Terrett 2-8, A Forbes 2-25)
Cliftonville Academy 114-4 (20.0 overs, D Reid 38, D Steen 2-16)
NCU Section 1
Armagh (0) lost to Saintfield (4) by 7 wickets
The Mall, 22 May.
Armagh 90-5 (20.0 overs, C Russell 36*, A Wright 25)
Saintfield 91-3 (G Harrison 31, R Smyth 30*, S Lester 2-11)
NCU Section 1
Bangor (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 6 wickets
Upritchard Psrk, 22 May.
Bangor 88-7 (20.0 overs, J Patterson 28, J Wade 2-19, C Moorhead 2-22)
Derriaghy 92-4 (14.5 overs, C Lewis 27, J Bates 2-20)
NCU Section 1
Cregagh (4) beat Ballymena (0) by 61 runs
Cregagh Memorial Recreation Ground, 22 May.
Cregagh 166-5 (20.0 overs, A Johnston 50, M Johnston 35*, J Hunter 35, M Glass 2-22)
Ballymena 105-7 (20.0 overs, J Glass 52, C Irvine 2-14, A McCormick 2-16)
NCU Section 1
Cliftonville Academy (0) lost to Saintfield (4) by 6 wickets
19 May.
Cliftonville Academy 134-5 (20.0 overs, M Burton 43, J Terett 27*, R Moffett 27*, E Hanna 2-5)
Saintfield 137-4 (18.4 overs, G Harrrison 72*, R Smyth 31, M McCord 2-11)
NCU Section 1
Cliftonville Academy (4) beat Cregagh (0) by 9 runs
Mallusk, 15 May.
Cliftonville Academy 108-6 (M Burton 29)
Cregagh 99-9 (20.0 overs, B Kane 3-24, M McCord 2-16)
NCU Section 1
Armagh (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 27 runs
The Mall, 15 May.
Derriaghy 107 (20.0 overs, J Wade 46, C Dempsey 36, H Doyle 3-9, A Wright 2-17, S Lester 2-31)
Armagh 80-9 (20.0 overs, C Lewis 3-12, C Moorehead 3-13)
NCU Section 1
Bangor (0) lost to Donacloney Mill (4) by 46 runs
Upritchard Park, 15 May.
Donacloney Mill 156-5 (20.0 overs, A Kennedy 67*)
Bangor 99-9 (20.0 overs, T McClure 3-23)
NCU Section 1
Saintfield (4) beat Ballymena (0) by 8 wickets
The Demense, 15 May.
Ballymena 84-5 (17.0 overs, S Colgan 37*, J Kennedy 27)
Saintfield 85-2 (15.3 overs, G Harrison 33)
NCU Section 1
Templepatrick (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 23 runs
The Cloughan, 15 May.
Templepatrick 142-5 (A Campbell 46, R Bryans 45, R Keates 219-)
Muckamore 97-3 (J Magowan 42, E Wilson 28, R Bryans 2-19)
DLS Method: par score 120 in 16 overs.
NCU Section 1
Donacloney Mill (4) beat Muckamore (0) by 29 runs
Factory Ground, 8 May.
Donacloney Mill 128 (20 overs, M Lyttle 35, R McCart 34*, D Steen 2-21, A Oduveli 2-25)
Muckamore 99 (19 overs, J Magowan 27, J Jackson 28, T McClure 3-22, A Kennedy 4-12)
NCU Section 1
Armagh (4) beat Bangor (0) by 13 runs
The Mall, 8 May.
Armagh 114-4 (20.0 overs, J Rogers 38, A Hoey 25, J Bates 2-18 )
Bangor 101-6 (20.0 overs, C Walton 24, M Hoey 3-19)
NCU Section 1
Ballymena (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 4 wickets
Eaton Park, 8 May.
Ballymena 127-3 (20.0 overs, Mi Glass 26, J Kennedy 30, J Glass 55)
Derriaghy 131-6 (18.4 overs, M Halliday 37, J Glass 2-19, O Dick 2-31)
NCU Section 1
Cregagh (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 2 wickets
Cregagh Memorial Recreation Ground, 8 May.
Templepatrick 96-8 (20.0 overs, R Bryans 44, A McCormick 2-26)
Cregagh 97-8 (17.1 overs, R Bryans 3-11, B McCallan 2-6)
Twenty20 Trophy
Round 1
NCU T20 Trophy
Bangor lost to Templepatrick by 7 runs
Upritchard Park, 21 May.
Templepatrick 88-7 (20.0 overs, J Bates 2-8)
Bangor 81 (R McClarnon 32, R Bryans 5-12)
NCU T20 Trophy
Cregagh beat Armagh by 43 runs
Cregagh, 13 May.
Cregagh 144-5 (20.0 overs, Jay Hunter 64*, M Hoey 2-25)
Armagh 101-9 (20.0 overs, J Rogers 41, A Beattie 3-23, C Shannon 2-14, G Hassard 2-19)
Round 2
NCU T20 Trophy
Ballymena beat Derriaghy by 7 wickets
Eaton Park, 6 June.
Derriaghy 127-4 (20.0 overs, J Wade 59)
Ballymena 128-3 (19.4 overs, M Glass 43, J Glass 35*)
NCU T20 Trophy
Donacloney Mill lost to Cregagh by 59 runs
Factory Ground, 2 June.
Cregagh 169-7 (20.0 overs, A McCormick 54, A Johnston 32, A Kennedy 3-38)
Donacloney Mill 110-6 (20.0 overs, S Warren 34, R Boultwood 2-13, A MvVormick 2-17)
NCU T20 Trophy
Cliftonville Academy lost to Muckamore by 5 wickets
Mallusk, 2 June.
Cliftonville Academy 155-3 (20.0 overs, M Burton 82, N Cahill 28, S Dempster 3-33)
Muckamore 156-5 (19.5 overs, E Wilson 43, J Magowan 38, S Gordon 37, M McCord 2-23)
NCU T20 Trophy
Saintfield beat Templepatrick by 7 wickets
Demense, 2 June.
Templepatrick 129-6 (20.0 overs, R Bryans 51*, T McCavera 2-26, A Sofley 2-37)
Saintfield 131-3 (A McCavera 51 *, M Hamill 25, J Busby 2-11)
Semi-Finals
NCU T20 Trophy
Ballymena beat Muckamore by 4 runs
17 June.
Ballymena 172-3 (20.0 overs, J Kennedy 83, J Glass 43)
Muckamore 168-6 (20.0 overs, S Gordon 54, J Magowan 36*, J M cClean 31, J Glass 2-22)
NCU T20 Trophy
Cregagh beat Saintfield by 40 runs
15 June.
Cregagh 147-6 (20.0 overs, J Hunter 64, 32, A Sofely 2-30, G Harrison 27-)
Saintfield 107 ( A McCavera 50, D Cooper 3-13, C Boultwood 3-18 , A McCormick 2-24)
Final
NCU T20 Trophy
Cregagh lost to Ballymena by 3 wickets
Cregagh Memorial Recreational Ground, 15 July.
Cregagh 147-7 (20.0 overs, J Moore 52, J Hunter 40, S Glass 3-5, P Bristow 2-32)
Ballymena 149-7 (20.0 overs, J Glass 87 * (8x6 inc 6x6 in the last over), C Shannon 3-17, R Boultwood 2-4)
Reports & Articles
Ellison set for Knights coaching role ZZZZ9:01 pmZZZZ
CSNI batsman Marc Ellison is expected to be named interim Northern Knights coach.
Atkinson takes the helm at Lisburn ZZZZ6:14 amZZZZ
Callum Atkinson is taking over the captaincy reins at Lisburn from Adam Berry.
Double boost for Carrick ZZZZ2:19 amZZZZ
Carrick have confirmed the double signings of Jacques Snyman and Jeremy Lawlor for the 2022 season.
Cliftonville Academy sign Hendricks ZZZZ8:45 amZZZZ
Cliftonville Academy who, following their promotion, will make their debut in the Premier League have confirmed experienced South African Dominic Hendricks as their new professional.
Carrick seeking Director of Cricket ZZZZ10:04 amZZZZ
NCU club Carrickfergus are on the look-out for a Director of Cricket at Middle Road.
'A lifetime at Lisburn' - Cecil Walker ZZZZ1:25 amZZZZ
There can be few more loyal and influential one-club men in cricket than Cecil Walker – the godfather of Lisburn Cricket Club - who passed away yesterday at the age of 89.
Death of Cecil Walker MBE ZZZZ10:17 amZZZZ
There was sad news today of the death of Lisburn legend Cecil Walker MBE. By way of tribute, we reproduce the article published last year by close friend Robin Walsh.
NCU Review 8: Woodvale ZZZZ5:28 amZZZZ
Woodvale gave as good as they got in the Premier League, winning and losing seven matches to ensure a fourth place finish in the table.
NCU Review 7: Waringstown ZZZZ3:20 amZZZZ
It was an excellent league campaign for Waringstown who got over an early season loss to go and win 13 out of 14 matches and complete an emphatic title win.
Adair at the double for CIYMS ZZZZ1:47 amZZZZ
Ross Adair will join his brother, Ireland international all-rounder Mark, next season after CIYMS signed the big-hitting Northern Knights all-rounder from Civil Service North.
CIYMS to sign Keith Dudgeon ZZZZ10:33 pmZZZZ
CIYMS will have South African Keith Dudgeon in their ranks for the 2022 campaign.
NCU unveils its new CEO ZZZZ11:44 amZZZZ
The NCU has announced the appointment of Paddy Grimes as its Chief Executive Officer who will start work on 8th November.
NCU Review 6: North Down ZZZZ8:21 pmZZZZ
It was a decent season for North Down, but ultimately they missed out on silverware to Waringstown and CIYMS, who won the big moments and the big games.
Waringstown confirm new professional ZZZZ10:18 amZZZZ
NCU Champions Waringstown have signed New Zealand all-rounder Jamie Gibson for the 2022 season.
Robinson set for Woodvale switch? ZZZZ2:05 amZZZZ
Carl Robinson is set for pastures new after confirmation that he is leaving North Down.
New Brand for North Down ZZZZ1:51 amZZZZ
North Down have signed South African all-rounder Neil Brand for the 2022 season.
Lisburn confirm Neil Whitworth joining ZZZZ12:35 amZZZZ
English all-rounder Neil Whitworth will be playing for Lisburn during the 2022 season.
Seth Rance set for CIYMS stint ZZZZ6:34 amZZZZ
New Zealand international Seth Rance is set to join CIYMS for the 2022 season.
NCU Review 5: Lisburn ZZZZ9:32 pmZZZZ
It wasn't the best of seasons for Lisburn who finished bottom of the Premier League, winning 3 of their 14 matches, while they exited the senior cup at the second round stage.
NCU Review 4: Instonians ZZZZ9:11 pmZZZZ
It was another season of rebuilding for the Shaw's Bridge side who won five of their fourteen league games to finish sixth in the league, while they reached the semi-final of the senior cup.
NCU Review 3: CSNI ZZZZ1:54 amZZZZ
There were a few new faces for CSNI, who came close to silverware in the T20 competition, but didn't enjoy the best of league campaigns, where they won six of their fourteen matches.
NCU Review 2: CIYMS ZZZZ8:23 pmZZZZ
For CIYMS it was a mixed campaign by their high standards, losing six times in the league, but there was more silverware as they were victorious yet again in the Challenge Cup final.
Hat trick of awards for Pretorius ZZZZ10:44 amZZZZ
Woodvale professional Ruhan Pretorius has picked up three top awards for a blistering end of the season batting performance.
NCU Review 1: Carrickfergus ZZZZ1:51 amZZZZ
It was a season that started strongly with the T20 Cup won in convincing fashion, but thereafter things went on a increasingly downward spiral as they finished second from bottom of the Premier League.
NCU Top 20 averages ZZZZ1:42 amZZZZ
A look at who were the top 20 performers in the batting and bowling averages for the NCU Premier League during the 2021 season.
Gill making Muckamore return ZZZZ11:21 amZZZZ
Muckamore have been given a real end of season boost with the news that Neil Gill will be playing for them next season.
Angela Platt leaving NCU role ZZZZ2:55 amZZZZ
Angela Platt is to leave her role as General Manager of the NCU after more than four years at the helm.
End of Term feel to Premier League finale ZZZZ11:03 amZZZZ
The final weekend of NCU Premier matches had that ‘lets just get it over with’ feel about it and that was certainly reflected in some of the performances on display.
Cregagh secure promotion but just miss out on Title ZZZZ8:46 amZZZZ
Cregagh secure their place in next season's Premier League but the Title goes to Cliftonville Academy on Nett Run Rate.
Cregagh to play in top flight ZZZZ1:16 amZZZZ
CREGAGH will play in the top division of the NCU next season for the first time in 46 years.
Nelson sails Waringstown to another win ZZZZ12:59 amZZZZ
WARINGSTOWN were presented with the Premier League trophy before their penultimate game against Carrickfergus yesterday and they celebrated by winning their 12th match out of 13 this season.
Boultwood takes Cregagh to brink of title ZZZZ8:22 pmZZZZ
Cregagh have the chance to gain promotion and the title going into their final match of the season today at home to Saintfield in their rearranged T20 fixture.
Runs galore in NCU Premiership ZZZZ7:27 pmZZZZ
The bat dominated the ball in the penultimate round of NCU Premier matches with wins for Waringstown, North Down, Lisburn and Woodvale.
NCU Section One going down to the wire ZZZZ12:11 amZZZZ
WARINGSTOWN are due to receive the Premier trophy ahead of their penultimate game against Carrickfergus and with no relegation, all eyes will be on Section One where the final promotion place will be decided.
Day 2 spoils shared but NCU claim series win ZZZZ12:50 pmZZZZ
The NCU and Jersey women's sides shared the spoils on Day 2 at Stormont with a Jersey win in the morning and an NCU win in the afternoon series decider.
Narrow win for NCU Women in T20 opener ZZZZ12:07 pmZZZZ
The NCU Women's side held off a spirited chase by Jersey to claim victory by the smallest margin in the first match of their 3-match T20 series with Jersey Women.
Junior Cup on its way to Laurelvale ZZZZ11:13 amZZZZ
Laurelvale claimed the Junior Cup defeating hosts Lisburn II by 7 wickets.
Waringstown Premiership champs ZZZZ10:53 amZZZZ
They won the title when only remaining challengers North Down lost their rearranged 20-over game to Woodvale at Ballygomartin Road.
Woodvale beat North Down to confirm Waringstown champions ZZZZ8:58 pmZZZZ
Woodvale's 15-run win against North Down confirmed the NCU Premier title would be Waringstown's.
Section One goes down to the wire. ZZZZ3:40 amZZZZ
The result of next weekend's clash between Section One table toppers Cliftonville Academy and long time leaders Derriaghy won't be the end of the matter as Cregagh can keep the pressure on by winning at Muckamore.
Nelson and Hume take Waringstown one step closer to title ZZZZ9:39 pmZZZZ
A century from captain Lee Nelson and a hat-trick for Graham Hume were the highlights of Waringstown's dramatic 12-run win against rivals CIYMS.
Cameron Doak of Lisburn takes nine wickets ZZZZ9:15 pmZZZZ
Cameron Doak had a remarkable bowling feat for Lisburn Seconds in their game at Middle Road against their Carrickfergus counterparts.
All over bar the shouting for Waringstown ZZZZ3:50 pmZZZZ
IT looks like the race for the Premier League title is all over bar the shouting after Waringstown came through their toughest remaining challenge with a 12 runs victory over outgoing champions CIYMS.
Derriaghy keep promotion dream alive ZZZZ5:01 amZZZZ
Derriaghy ended a run of three consecutive defeats last night to keep alive their hopes of promotion to the Premier league.
Gone for a Burton ZZZZ12:17 amZZZZ
Cliftonville Academy extended their lead at the top of the Section One table after a five wicket win over Armagh.
One small step for Malan, one giant leap for Waringstown ZZZZ11:24 amZZZZ
WARINGSTOWN took another giant leap towards the Premier League title last night with a 82 runs victory over basement side Lisburn in their rearranged game at The Lawn.
Waringstown edge closer to title ZZZZ2:47 pmZZZZ
Waringstown moved a step closer to the Premier title after an emphatic 82-run win against Lisburn in their T20 refix at The Lawn.
CIYMS keep pressure on ZZZZ10:11 amZZZZ
CIYMS kept the pressure on Premier League leaders Waringstown with a 70 runs (DLS) victory over Carrickfergus yesterday, after Saturday’s four Premier League games were washed out.
CSNI Women on course for double ZZZZ10:04 amZZZZ
CIVIL Service North remain on course for the Women’s Premier League and Challenge Cup double after completing the knock-out half of it yesterday in convincing fashion.
Waringstown and Lisburn to meet on Monday ZZZZ11:40 pmZZZZ
Waringstown will play their rearranged Premier League game against Lisburn On Monday night after The Lawn joined the long list of weather casualties on Saturday.
Waringstown in pole position for title ZZZZ12:48 amZZZZ
In the NCU, Waringstown are in pole position to win the Premier League title for the first time since 2017 after their win over second-place North Down last Sunday.
CSNI lift U13 league title ZZZZ9:36 amZZZZ
CSNI gained revenge for their Banoge Cup loss by beating close rivals Instonians by 30 runs to lift the Under 13 League crown.
Lucky 13 for Lisburn in Junior Cup final? ZZZZ10:45 amZZZZ
LISBURN II will look to make it lucky 13 (wins) on Saturday when they host Laurelvale in the final of the Junior Cup.
Youth cup wins for Muckamore, Holywood and Lisburn ZZZZ9:05 pmZZZZ
A busy week of youth finals in the NCU continued with wins for Lisburn, Holywood and Muckamore in the U11, 13 and 15 League One finals.
Inst win Banoge Cup in thriller against CSNI ZZZZ10:53 pmZZZZ
Another day, another thriller, as Instonians once again got the better of fierce rivals CSNI in the final of the Banoge Cup at Queensway.
Inst beat CSNI in U15 League decider ZZZZ9:45 pmZZZZ
Instonians are the NCU Under 15 league champions after winning a thrilling decider against rivals CSNI at Stormont.
North Down beat Lurgan by 1 run to reach women's final ZZZZ12:32 amZZZZ
North Down held their nerve to beat Lurgan by one run in the semi-final of the NCU Women's Challenge Cup at Lurgan.
Waringstown two wins from NCU title ZZZZ10:49 amZZZZ
WARINGSTOWN could be just two wins away from lifting the Premier League title for the first time since 2017 after completing back to back wins at the weekend.
Waringstown move step closer to title ZZZZ4:03 amZZZZ
Waringstown opened up a 12-point lead in the Premiership title race after beating nearest rivals North Down by 25 runs at The Lawn in their rearranged T20 match.
Cregagh beat Derriaghy to open up title race ZZZZ12:09 amZZZZ
The NCU Section One title race was blown wide open after Cregagh beat Derriaghy by six wickets to move just four points behind both the Queensway side and Cliftonville, who edged out Ballymena in a thriller.
Waringstown stay top after win at Woodvale ZZZZ11:05 pmZZZZ
Waringstown remain top of the Premiership after a 16-run (DLS) win against Woodvale, despite the best efforts of Ruhan Pretorius. CSNI too strong for Lisburn with runs for Stuart Thompson and Gary Wilson.
Waringstown beat spirited Woodvale ZZZZ4:32 amZZZZ
WARINGSTOWN can take a huge stride to the Premier League title with victory over second place North Down, after seeing off the spirited challenge of Woodvale.
Tried and trusted formula as CIYMS capture another cup ZZZZ12:05 amZZZZ
CIYMS secured a fourth NCU Challenge Cup in six years after a relatively comfortable 127-run win against North Down at The Green.
Nigel Jones praise for ‘outstanding’ CIYMS as holders retain cup over North Down ZZZZ11:54 pmZZZZ
A superb all-round display from captain Nigel Jones helped CIYMS successfully defend their Gallagher Challenge Cup crown with a dominant 127-run win over North Down at The Green.
CIYMS remain cup kings ZZZZ3:46 amZZZZ
CIYMS remain the cup kings in the NCU as they won the Gallagher Challenge Cup for the fourth time in six years with an emphatic 127 runs victory over North Down.
Carrickfergus outgunned ZZZZ12:15 amZZZZ
A Ruhan Pretorius spectacular ensured a comprehensive victory for Woodvale in the rearranged Premier League fixture at Ballygomartin Road
Can Chore deny CIYMS? ZZZZ2:07 pmZZZZ
RARELY Is the build-up to a cup final about one player but the Gallagher Challenge Cup showdown between CIYMS and North Down at The Green could be decided by how long Aniruddha Chore bats.
Experienced Haire relishing Cup final showdown ZZZZ1:14 amZZZZ
NOTHING beats experience in a cup final and when North Down meet CIYMS in the Challenge Cup showdown on Friday, no-one will boast more final appearances than Ryan Haire.
Getkate haunts former club ZZZZ5:25 amZZZZ
SHANE Getkate returned to haunt his former club at Stormont as Instonians’ charge up the Premier League table continued.
CSNI Women beat Muckamore to reach final ZZZZ12:44 amZZZZ
CSNI have reached the NCU Women's Cup final after beating Muckamore by 11 runs in a tense semi-final at Stormont.
Waringstown meet North Down in top of the table clash ZZZZ8:37 pmZZZZ
Ireland players selected for the Zimbabwe series will miss the last three weekends of the club season, which continues with a clash of the top two in the Premier League — Waringstown and North Down — at The Lawn.
Instonians and Woodvale IIs beat the rain ZZZZ3:33 pmZZZZ
Only one Premier League game beat the weather, Instonians claiming the points with a close four wicket DLS win over CSNI at Stormont while Woodvale Seconds lifted the Intermediate Cup beating CIYMS Thirds by six wickets.
Cregagh beat Donacloney Mill to win U11 Development Cup ZZZZ3:17 amZZZZ
Cregagh Under 11s won the NCU Development Cup by beating Donacloney Mill in the decider earlier this week.
NCU Women's Cup semi-final draw ZZZZ12:32 amZZZZ
The draw has been made for the semi-finals of the NCU Women's Cup.
No Chore for North Down as they beat Instonians to reach final ZZZZ11:36 amZZZZ
Anniruddah Chore continued on his run scoring spree as his unbeaten 85 eased North Down into a Challenge Cup final showdown with CIYMS, after they beat Instonians by seven wickets.
Revenge sweet for North Down and CIYMS ZZZZ11:28 amZZZZ
IT has taken nine years but North Down finally gained revenge for their NCU Challenge Cup final defeat by Instonians, beating the Shaw’s Bridge side to reach this year’s showpiece on Friday week.
CIYMS outgun CSNI to reach Cup final ZZZZ10:34 amZZZZ
There are few sides better than CIYMS in Ireland when at full strength and that was the case at Stormont as the Belmont side overpowered CSNI in the Challenge Cup semi-final at Stormont.
Waringstown lead the way from North Down ZZZZ12:34 amZZZZ
Andre Malan scores another ton as Waringstown win again, North Down brush aside Carrickfergus, Woodvale beat Lisburn, while brilliant hundred from Ross Adair sees CSNI beat CIYMS.
‘Trouble at T’Mill’ for leaders Derriaghy ZZZZ12:03 amZZZZ
There was ‘Trouble at T’Mill’ for leaders Derriaghy, slumping to a 52 run defeat as chasers Cliftonville Academy and Cregagh both win convincingly.
Bragging rights for CSNI ZZZZ11:25 amZZZZ
CIVIL Service North take the bragging rights into today’s Challenge Cup semi-final against CIYMS after winning the league game between the teams at Belmont.
Instonians win Quoile Cup ZZZZ9:46 pmZZZZ
Instonians won the Quoile Cup on Friday night beating Holywood by 38 runs at Derriaghy.
Mayes hoping to fire North Down into final ZZZZ4:04 amZZZZ
Tom Mayes has hit the ground running since signing for North Down ahead of the 2021 season and he’s hoping to carry that form into tomorrow’s Challenge Cup semi-final against Instonians and beyond.
Young gun Robertson firing for Instonians ZZZZ3:54 amZZZZ
Cian Robertson may still only be 18 but he has been putting in performances beyond his years throughout this season.
Derby rivals up for the battle ZZZZ3:38 amZZZZ
BY Sunday night, CIYMS and Civil Service North will know each other very well but only one of them will be in the Challenge Cup final.
CSNI win Graham Cup ZZZZ2:21 pmZZZZ
CSNI are the 2021 Graham Cup winners after an emphatic ten-wicket win against CIYMS in the decider at Stormont.
Chore proving signing of the season ZZZZ1:30 pmZZZZ
ANI Chore is proving to be the signing of the season, after he brought his runs tally in the last three innings to a remarkable 341 for once out and propelling North Down into second place in the Premier League.
Waringstown and North Down break clear of the pack ZZZZ2:00 pmZZZZ
WARINGSTOWN and North Down have stolen a march on the chasing pack in the League as it reached the halfway stage.
Waringstown, Instonians, North Down and CIYMS win ZZZZ1:38 pmZZZZ
Another hundred for Chore as North Down win, while there are also victories for leaders Waringstown, Instonians and CIYMS.
CSN Women going for the double ZZZZ11:03 amZZZZ
CIVIL SERVICE North begin their pursuit of the Women’s Challenge Cup on Sunday and they are just four games away from a league and cup double.
CIYMS and Instonians hopeful of 2019 repeat ZZZZ11:00 amZZZZ
HOLDERS CIYMS and Instonians were kept apart in yesterday’s semi-final draw for the Challenge Cup but both will have to win away to set up a repeat of the 2019 final.
NCU Challenge Cup draw made ZZZZ11:34 amZZZZ
The draw has been made for the semi-finals of the NCU Challenge Senior Cup and has thrown up two exciting contests.
No Surprises in Challenge Cup ZZZZ1:03 amZZZZ
There were no surprise winners in the Challenge Cup Quarter-Finals as both Section One sides fell by the wayside - emphatic wins in all four fixtures.
Hot, hot, hot in the NCU ZZZZ12:15 amZZZZ
THE hottest day in Northern Ireland wasn’t the only record broken yesterday - Waringstown became the first team to post 400 in the NCU Premier League.
Waringstown put Carrick to the sword ZZZZ2:54 pmZZZZ
Waringstown score 420 to thump Carrick, while there are wins too for North Down, Instonians and CSNI.
Section One Roundup ZZZZ2:42 pmZZZZ
Derriaghy come within eight runs of losing their unbeaten record at Armagh, as Ballymena move off the bottom.
Glass hits six sixes in final over to win T20 Trophy for Ballymena ZZZZ2:28 pmZZZZ
John Glass channeled his inner Garfield Sobers to hit six sixes off the last over to win the NCU T20 Trophy for Ballymena against a shell-shocked Cregagh.
Ton up Greer a tonic for Templepatrick ZZZZ12:50 pmZZZZ
A century from Ricky Greer secured victory for Templepatrick at Armagh in Sunday's Section One fixture.
Snyman puts CSNI to the sword ZZZZ8:52 amZZZZ
As South Africa face Ireland, there was a tasty sample of what the international players can expect on show at Stormont.
Section One Roundup ZZZZ1:28 amZZZZ
It’s as you were at the top of Section One, with Saintfield the only losers in the top six, Derriaghy, Cliftonville Academy and Cregagh hold station clear of the pack.
Carrick and Waringstown top the table ZZZZ3:22 pmZZZZ
Three sides shared top spot in the table this morning, but tonight that’s down to two as North Down fell to a shock defeat at the hands of Woodvale while Carrick and Waringstown both won away to CSNI and Lisburn respectively.
Cregagh dreaming of cup glory ZZZZ11:56 amZZZZ
CREGAGH have been given the best chance of preventing a clean sweep of Premier League sides reaching the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup with a home draw in the last eight.
NCU Challenge Cup draw ZZZZ3:12 amZZZZ
The draw has been made for the quarter-finals of the NCU Challenge Cup with the ties set for the 18th of July.
Waringstown kicked out of Cup ZZZZ11:51 amZZZZ
WARINGSTOWN have been kicked out of the NCU Challenge Cup for playing an ineligible player in their victory against Derriaghy on Saturday.
Waringstown dumped out of Challenge Cup ZZZZ2:59 pmZZZZ
Waringstown have been thrown out of the NCU Challenge Cup after the governing body ruled that Jonathan Bushe was ineligible, having not been registered by the correct date.
Lewis pips Hume for MOM Award ZZZZ2:37 pmZZZZ
IT’S not often that a player scores 66 not out and takes six wickets and doesn’t receive man of the match but in a ‘home town/underdog’ decision, Craig Lewis received the award in their Cup defeat by Waringstown.
Sunday's Premier League roundup ZZZZ12:07 amZZZZ
Instonians record their first win, Carrick bounce back after their Cup defeat, André Malan goes big against CIYMS and a wicketkeeping record for Chore?
Wilson century sets up Muckamore win ZZZZ8:07 pmZZZZ
A century by Ewan Wilson was the highlight of Muckamore's home win over fellow strugglers Bangor.
No shocks in NCU Senior Cup ZZZZ2:39 pmZZZZ
In the NCU Challenge Cup, the Premier League sides made short work of their Section One opponents.
Kerr leads Cooke Collegians to T20 Shield success ZZZZ1:10 amZZZZ
A fine all-round performance from Man of the Match Paul Kerr saw Cooke Collegians claim the NCU T20 Shield after they beat Lurgan by 15 runs in the decider at Pirrie Park.
McCallan still top dog ZZZZ11:47 pmZZZZ
KYLE McCallan may be approaching his 46th birthday but the former Ireland captain is still one of the first names on the Waringstown team-sheet.
RBAI make it a clean sweep ZZZZ9:46 amZZZZ
RBAI made it a clean sweep of the Schools Competitions with victory for the U15 XI in the Intermediate Cup
CIYMS remain the side to beat ZZZZ7:09 amZZZZ
AN undefeated century by Chris Dougherty ensured CIYMS remain very much in the mix to defend their Premier League title when their inter-provincial stars return next month.
NCU Premier League round-up ZZZZ12:55 amZZZZ
Wins for Waringstown, CIYMS, North Down and CSNI as Carrickfergus lose their unbeaten record at Belmont.
A tale of two Insts ZZZZ9:41 amZZZZ
This was a Schools Cup Final like no other – and with no losers. RBAI’s name was on the cup as soon as the semi-finals had been decided.
Section One round-up ZZZZ9:00 pmZZZZ
Derriaghy are still the side to beat as they make it 9/9 with a win over Cliftonville Academy while Cregagh kept up the chase with a big win over Muckamore.
No surprises as Inst. wins the Cup ZZZZ10:45 amZZZZ
There was to be no giant killing act today at Osborne Park as the Inst. First XI dominated the Final to claim the Ulster Senior Schools' Cup by 211 runs.
Peak performance by RBAI ZZZZ11:58 amZZZZ
AN historic Schools Cup final will take place at Osborne Park on Friday when RBAI meet RBAI 2nd XI after the senior side defeated Wallace High by 120 runs in yesterday’s second semi-final.
Inst. the Masters ZZZZ9:24 amZZZZ
Friday's Schools' Cup Final will be an all Inst. affair as the First XI brushed aside the challenge of Wallace High School in the second semi-final.
Carrick top NCU Premier League ZZZZ1:06 amZZZZ
CARRICKFERGUS are out on their own at the top of the Premier League, the only team to have won their first two games – and already they have shown their strength in depth.
It's as you were in NCU Section One ZZZZ9:30 pmZZZZ
No change at the top of the Section One table as the top four all win, Derriaghy extending their unbeaten run to eight with victory over Templepatrick.
Wins for North Down, Carrick, Lisburn and CSNI ZZZZ1:35 pmZZZZ
Round-up of the Premier League where there were victories for Carrick, North Down, Lisburn and CSNI.
Second Team but not Second Best ZZZZ11:59 pmZZZZ
RBAI 2ndXI shocked Campbell College recording a 21 run win in today's Schools' Cup semi-final.
Ballymena reach T20 Trophy final ZZZZ11:20 pmZZZZ
Ballymena will face Cregagh in the NCU T20 Trophy final after a thrilling four-run win against Muckamore at Moylena.
Campbell College reach Schools Cup semi-final ZZZZ9:49 amZZZZ
Half centuries from Oliver Topping and Zac Solomon propelled Campbell College into the semi-finals of the Schools Cup after a convincing 118-run win over Methodist College Belfast.
Cregagh first to claim T20 Trophy Final place ZZZZ11:44 pmZZZZ
Cregagh defeated Saintfield for the second time in four days as they followed up their league success on Saturday with a 40 run victory in the first of the T20 Trophy semi-finals.
Waite takes Wallace into semi-finals ZZZZ9:55 pmZZZZ
Michael Waite's superb 169 ensured Wallace High School reached the semi-finals of this year's Schools Cup as they ran out 244 run winners against Friends' School.
Magnificent Seven for Derriaghy ZZZZ12:26 amZZZZ
Jordan Wade's hard hitting 77 ensured another 250+ total for Derriaghy as they continued their unbeaten start to the Section One League campaign.
CIYMS start title defence with win ZZZZ10:52 amZZZZ
CIYMS may have been forced to start the season without two of their Ireland squad members but they still made a winning opening defence to the Premier League.
Bangor gone for a Burton ZZZZ9:10 pmZZZZ
Max Burton's brilliant century ensured Cliftonville Academy progressed in the NCU Senior Challenge Cup, while Jamie Rogers starred as Armagh edged out Saintfield in the other preliminary round game.
Lee Nelson hails impact of Andre Malan ZZZZ3:42 pmZZZZ
The NCU Premier League returned with a bang on Saturday as over 2,000 runs were scored across four matches and three players registered centuries.
Carrick fire warning shot in Premier League opener ZZZZ10:08 amZZZZ
Carrickfergus have the first trophy of the season in their clubhouse and on the basis of yesterday’s opening game in the Premier League, they seem certain to be in contention over the longer format.
Derriaghy make it 6 out of 6 in Section One ZZZZ11:05 pmZZZZ
Derriaghy won the top of the table clash with Cregagh and move 8 points clear of their nearest rivals.
Runs galore in NCU Premier League ZZZZ1:25 pmZZZZ
Carrickfergus continued the form which saw the win the T20 Cup last week with a convincing eight-wicket win against North Down in the Premier League.
Premiership cricket returns in Northern Ireland ZZZZ12:21 amZZZZ
The local season takes a huge step forward tomorrow with the return of the NCU Premier League and the North West Premiership.
MCC Northern Ireland week cancelled ZZZZ6:41 amZZZZ
The annual MCC week in Northern Ireland due to start next Tuesday has been cancelled.
Derriaghy stay top of Section One ZZZZ12:09 amZZZZ
Derriaghy continue to be the early pace setters in Section One as they beat the weather and challengers Saintfield by four runs.
Classy Carrick shine on big stage ZZZZ10:58 amZZZZ
THE big players enjoy the big stage and one of the players of the season, Jacques Snyman ensured that Carrickfergus won the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup.
Carrick beat CSNI in T20 final ZZZZ2:01 pmZZZZ
Like two heavyweight boxers, Carrick and CSNI fought it out for the right to be crowned Lagan Valley Steels T20 champions.
Wonderful Wilson ZZZZ2:40 pmZZZZ
A MEMORABLE innings by Civil Service North captain Gary Wilson maintained his side’s unbeaten start to the season and sends them into the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup final at the Lawn as favourites.
CSNI and Carrick to meet in T20 final ZZZZ2:15 amZZZZ
Civil Service North and Carrick will meet in the final of the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup after two pulsating semi-finals.
NCU T20 cup finals ZZZZ11:06 pmZZZZ
The first two trophies of the season will be handed out this weekend in the NCU with the big one on Sunday after the final of the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup at The Lawn.
T20 Trophy semi-finals taking shape ZZZZ1:59 amZZZZ
Three of the semi-finalists in the T20 Trophy have been decided as Cregagh, Saintfield and Muckamore record victories.
Berry praises Lisburn progress ZZZZ12:57 amZZZZ
After they followed their opening day victory against Waringstown by losing three consecutive matches, not many would have expected Lisburn to be finishing in the Twenty20 Cup top-four.
North Down and Waringstown miss out ZZZZ12:49 amZZZZ
FOR the first time since 2010, neither North Down nor Waringstown will be in the NCU T20 Cup final.
NCU T20 Cup semi finalists confirmed ZZZZ11:23 amZZZZ
Lisburn made the semi-finals as they edged out North Down in a low-scoring winner takes all match against North Down at Wallace Park.
Lisburn confirm T20 semi-final berth ZZZZ2:09 pmZZZZ
LIisburn completed the semi-final line-up for the T20 Cup with a three wickets victory over North Down which was more comfortable than the margin would suggest.
Derriaghy move clear in Section One ZZZZ1:16 amZZZZ
Derriaghy win the battle of the table-toppers leaving Donacloney Mill, Cregagh, Saintfield and Cliftonville Academy all sharing second spot.
Muckamore into T20 Trophy semi-final ZZZZ11:29 pmZZZZ
Muckamore are the first side into the semi-finals of the NCU T20 Trophy after a five wickets win against Cliftonville Academy at Moylena.
Carrick, Inst, Lisburn and CSNI win ZZZZ11:17 pmZZZZ
Jacques Snyman’s second century of the season ensures a T20 Cup semi-final berth for Carrickfergus after a five-run win over holders CIYMS at Belmont on Friday night.
Mulder back at CIYMS ZZZZ10:57 amZZZZ
Jacob Mulder is back at CIYMS having reversed his decision to go back permanently to his native Australia.
Busy weekend ahead in NCU ZZZZ9:00 amZZZZ
Ruhan Pretorius will be back in action in the first of all eight teams’ double-headers, tonight and tomorrow, to complete the group stages of the NCU T20 Cup.
Ian Callender on Saturday's NCU results ZZZZ6:11 amZZZZ
Civil Service North remain the team to beat as they added the scalp of previously unbeaten Carrickfergus in the top of the table clash at Middle Road.
NCU Section One Roundup ZZZZ1:42 amZZZZ
It’s a three-way tie at the top of the NCU Section One table after Derriaghy, Saintfeld, and Donacloney Mill all made it three wins from three.
Thrillers galore in NCU T20 Cup ZZZZ2:24 pmZZZZ
Civil Service North top the table after their fourth win of the season. Wins too for CIYMS, Lisburn and Waringstown.
Matchett stars as CIYMS beat Lisburn ZZZZ10:54 pmZZZZ
John Matchett took three wickets and scored an unbeaten half century as CIYMS thumped Lisburn by eight wickets in their T20 Cup clash at Wallace Park on Friday night.
Adam McDaid re-joins Muckamore ZZZZ2:45 amZZZZ
Muckamore have re-signed batsman Adam McDaid from Ballyspallen.
Instonians come up smelling of Roses ZZZZ12:50 amZZZZ
Ben and James Rose helped Instonians to their first win of the season as they chased 127 to beat Woodvale by five wickets with nine balls to spare.
Rain affects T20 Cup in NCU ZZZZ1:14 amZZZZ
CIVIL Service North and Carrickfergus missed the chance to extend their advantage at the top of the T20 Cup last night when both matches were called off after yesterday’s rain.
Saintfield go marching on ZZZZ1:09 amZZZZ
Gareth Harrison slammed an unbeaten 72 to help Saintfield beat Cliftonville Academy by six wickets as they chased 134 to win with eight balls to spare.
Civil Service lead the way ZZZZ9:27 pmZZZZ
CIVIL SERVICE NORTH lead the way in the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup, the only team to win their first three matches.
Saturday's NCU Section 1 Roundup ZZZZ7:50 pmZZZZ
Donacloney Mill and Derriaghy both make it two out of two share top spot in Section One.
CSNI, Carrick, North Down and CIYMS win ZZZZ11:58 amZZZZ
There were wins on Saturday in the LVS T20 Cup for CSNI who top the table, North Down, Carrickfergus and CIYMS.
Carrick and North Down crush Lisburn and Woodvale ZZZZ1:28 pmZZZZ
Jacques Snyman’s brilliant 121 was the catalyst for a resounding 116-run win for Carrickfergus against Lisburn, while North Down trounced Woodvale by ten wickets.
Pretorius and Adey face old club ZZZZ6:49 amZZZZ
THERE is more than a hint of irony that Woodvale’s first match of the season is at The Green in Comber tonight because lining up against North Down will be Ruhan Pretorius and Aditya Adey.
Cool Hand Luke fires CSNI to victory ZZZZ1:43 pmZZZZ
Luke Georgeson's unbeaten 75 propelled CSNI to victory over CIYMS in their LVS T20 clash at Stormont.
Five star Magee's efforts in vain ZZZZ11:41 pmZZZZ
Instonians seamer James Magee's five wicket haul was in vain after torrential rain washed out their T20 clash with Waringstown between innings at The Lawn.
Mr Muckamore ZZZZ3:21 amZZZZ
Muckamore have rewarded the outstanding service and contribution of John McCormick by naming one end of their ground in his honour.
Commins blow for CIYMS ZZZZ2:37 pmZZZZ
Murray Commins cannot play for CIYMS after the Home Office confirmed what the NCU suspected; the South African has arrived in Northern Ireland, as a professional cricketer, with the wrong visa to play sport.
Gallagher boost for Women's game ZZZZ5:18 amZZZZ
Men's and Women's Cup sponsor Gallagher have added their support to a new Women's Challenge Plate competition.
Visa troubles for Murray Commins ZZZZ7:09 pmZZZZ
THERE are fears that CIYMS could be without their Irish-qualifying South African Murray Commins for the foreseeable future.
Tommo tanks Inst ZZZZ11:33 pmZZZZ
WHAT a start to the 2021 NCU season. Only two games in the Lagan Valley Steels Cup beat the weather but one produced a last ball finish and the other an outstanding innings.
Wins for Lisburn and CSNI ZZZZ5:19 pmZZZZ
Two matches managed to survive the weather in the NCU and it was Uptown Top Rankin for Lisburn who edged out Waringstown in a last ball thriller in the game of the day at The Lawn.
Muckamore and North Down win in Women's Premiership ZZZZ2:44 pmZZZZ
There was action in the NCU Women’s Premier League with two games getting played.
CIYMS waiting on green light for Commins ZZZZ9:27 pmZZZZ
MURRAY Commins was still waiting last night to be given the go-ahead to play for CIYMS, after arriving in the country with the wrong visa.
Commins in limbo ZZZZ5:17 pmZZZZ
It was late last night before CIYMS found out if Murray Commins, their Irish qualifying South African could not play in today’s Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup match against Woodvale.
Rankin looking to fire on Warriors debut ZZZZ10:06 pmZZZZ
IT has been a strange winter for most people, sports people in particular, and for Boyd Rankin, the strangest ever.
NCU Preview 12: Bangor ZZZZ9:43 amZZZZ
2020 was a successful season for Bangor who collected the Robinson Services Bowl, and skipper Adam McCusker is confident after being given a second chance in Section One.
NCU Preview 10: Ballymena ZZZZ10:39 pmZZZZ
Ballymena have been boosted by the return of the experienced James Kennedy, while having Michael Glass join from Lisburn will further boost their batting.
NCU Preview 11: Cliftonville Academy ZZZZ10:34 pmZZZZ
After a strong end to the season in 2020, Cliftonville Academy go into the new campaign with genuine hopes of a promotion challenge.
Steenson steps down from Armagh captaincy ZZZZ12:36 amZZZZ
After leading Armagh’s first team for six seasons and guiding them to two promotions, Matthew Steenson has announced he will step down as captain ahead of the 2021 campaign.
NCU Preview 9: Derriaghy ZZZZ9:01 pmZZZZ
Derriaghy are expected to be among the major contenders for the Section One title and have added to their squad this season with Jordan Wade coming from Downpatrick.
NCU Preview 8: Instonians ZZZZ11:19 pmZZZZ
Instonians have a settled look about them, and the club will use the 2021 season to bring more of their much vaunted young players into the senior set-up.
NCU Preview 7: CSNI ZZZZ3:47 amZZZZ
Four new faces arrive at Stormont, but that is offset by the loss of the experienced duo of James Kennedy and Graeme McCarter.
CIYMS again the team to beat ZZZZ2:48 pmZZZZ
NCU Challenge Cup holders CIYMS will host Carrickfergus in the first round of the Gallagher Challenge Cup, which is due to return after a break of 22 months.
NCU Preview 6: Lisburn ZZZZ10:03 pmZZZZ
Adam Berry will once again be at the helm for the Wallace Park side, and he will be hoping that Boyd Rankin will finally get the opportunity to make his debut.
CIYMS to begin Challenge Cup defence against Carrick ZZZZ4:13 amZZZZ
The draw for the NCU Challenge Cup, which will again be sponsored by Gallagher, has been released.
NCU Preview 5: Carrickfergus ZZZZ12:46 amZZZZ
After a disappointing 2020, Carrickfergus have strengthened considerably with four quality additions to their squad for the current season.
NCU Preview 4: CIYMS ZZZZ11:08 pmZZZZ
The Belmont side have been the dominant force in NCU cricket in recent years and there's no doubt they will once again be the side to beat in 2021.
Pedal for Patto - 20 years ago ZZZZ8:45 amZZZZ
On the day that the Pedal4Patto cyclists are making their way around the cricket clubs of the NCU, it's a remarkable coincidence that almost 20 years ago to the day Andy Patterson and Kyle McCallan were doing battle on the cricket field.
Sponsorship boost for NCU ZZZZ8:32 amZZZZ
On the day that the NCU confirmed they hope to start the 50-over season on June 12, Robinson Services have extended their sponsorship of the Premier League for another three years.
Rock boost for Carrick? ZZZZ2:13 amZZZZ
Neil Rock is believed to be considering a loan move to NCU side Carrickfergus ahead of the new season.
Tector to start season in NCU? ZZZZ1:23 amZZZZ
Northern Knights captain Harry Tector is believed to be considering starting the domestic season in the NCU.
NCU Preview 3: North Down ZZZZ11:32 pmZZZZ
It's been a busy close season at Comber, with major signings and also high profile departures.
T20 to get NCU up and running ZZZZ5:44 pmZZZZ
The NCU season will get under way on May 8th with Lagan Valley Steels T20 action across the board.
NCU plans falling into place ZZZZ3:12 amZZZZ
NCU Premier League fixtures have been revealed as Robinson Services renew their sponsorship.
NCU Preview 2: Waringstown ZZZZ11:52 pmZZZZ
Waringstown will have to cope without the services of their all-time leading run scorer James Hall for the 2021 season, but they have two top quality signings that will be boost their all-round strength and depth.
NCU Preview 1: Woodvale ZZZZ11:31 pmZZZZ
We start our preview of the NCU clubs with a look at Woodvale, who have been busy as the new season approaches.
No spectators allowed for cricket restart ZZZZ3:47 amZZZZ
The Northern Cricket Union and North West have both confirmed their seasons will start two weeks today, on Saturday May 8, with their Twenty20 competitions.
Season to start on May 8th ZZZZ12:12 amZZZZ
The local season is expected to get under way in both the NCU and NW on Saturday May 8th.
Foster impresses against Derbyshire ZZZZ8:47 pmZZZZ
CSNI seamer Matthew Foster turned in an impressive display for Cardiff UCCE against Derbyshire in their drawn three-day match.
Bob Matier remembered ZZZZ10:38 amZZZZ
Following the death of former Woodvale and Irish international Bob Matier earlier this week, we publish an interview he did with David Scott.
Jeff's Ashes: 50 not out ZZZZ11:28 pmZZZZ
50 years' service to his beloved Dundrum in the NCU. Jeff Maguire is bowing out with the club never in a better position.
Cameron-Dow takes coaching role at Instonians ZZZZ6:46 amZZZZ
James Cameron-Dow has been appointed Director of Youth cricket at Instonians.
No Más Para CIYMS ZZZZ8:26 amZZZZ
Lo siento mucho, no cricket trip to Spain for CIYMS this June.
Surrey Loam situation resolved ZZZZ12:26 amZZZZ
A potential problem for Northern Ireland clubs regarding the importation of Surrey Loam from GB has been resolved.
Houston named Official of the Year ZZZZ9:19 amZZZZ
The ever popular Ian Houston's contribution to cricket was recognised as he picked up the Official of the Year Award.
North Down and Newbuildings up for team award ZZZZ7:59 amZZZZ
NORTH Down and Newbuildings have been nominated by their provincial unions for the Cricket Ireland Club of the Year, which will be announced on Friday night at the annual awards ceremony.
Donating blood for the cause ZZZZ6:38 amZZZZ
Back in 20008, the NCU Senior Challenge Cup final was a tough battle, with CSNI wicket-keeper Rob Arthur giving his all in a tense, low scoring affair.
Death of Andrew Steven ZZZZ8:00 amZZZZ
One of the most recognizable faces of NCU cricket, Andrew Steven died recently.
Johnston gets ECB Level Four Coaching Award ZZZZ1:50 amZZZZ
Northern Knights Head Coach Simon Johnston has been awarded his Level Four Coaching Certificate by the ECB.
NCU plans await Executive roadmap ZZZZ2:37 pmZZZZ
The Northern Cricket Union are planning for a full season this summer but are waiting for a roadmap out of the lockdown before confirming the schedule.
Saintfield at the double ZZZZ6:40 amZZZZ
Saintfield have announced the return of Ryan Smyth and Mark Yeates to the club for the 2021 season.
North Down unveil trio of signings ZZZZ6:30 amZZZZ
North Down have signed three players for the 2021 season, with Sri Lankan Gayan Maneeshan getting the overseas player slot.