RAMPANT RASHID LEAVES IRELAND FACING UPHILL STRUGGLE
TOYOTA SUPER 3 SQUADS CONFIRMED
Division 13 will throw up an intriguing possibility for at least three of the seven teams competing this season. All seven have had tough times over the last few seasons. Some are on the way back up, some are still on the way down. But most are capable of pulling off a few surprise victories, and for the three teams that fill the medal positions, they will at least know that the rot of recent years has been reversed.
The General Playing Regulations and the Competition Regulations for all league divisions and all weekend cup competitions are now on the Cricket Leinster website. The regulations for the various T20 competitions will be posted shortly. The main changes from 2016 are highlighted below. In addition to these there are changes of wording in some regulations for clarification purposes.
ADVANTAGE AFGHANISTAN IN ICUP CLASH
Seven teams will embark on the good ship Division 14 for the 2014 season. To find out which ones will sink to the bottom of the sea, and which ones will break the records for circumnavigating the globe, read on.
SHAH CENTURY LEADS AFGHANISTAN TO SERIES WIN
Today sees the start of the South African schools T20 finals being played at Stellenbosch. There are some familiar names in both the Glenwood and St Stithians squads.
Mat Baker relates Bagenalstown's experiences using Facebook to get new members
O'BRIEN LEADS IRELAND TO VICTORY
Division 15 throws up something of a clash of the old versus the new for 2017. Ringcommons have added a second team to their all conquering first team of the last five years; Dublin 15's Tyrrelstown enter the leagues for the first time after several years in cup competitions, and Carlow 2 start their second season after a promisgin debut last time out.
Philip Smith appointed General Manager for Cricket Leinster
IRELAND WOMEN UNVEIL NEW LOOK SQUAD
So without further ado, here is our Division 16 preview for the 2017 season!
STIRLING AND BALBIRNIE LEAD IRELAND TO WIN OVER AFGHANISTAN
STIRLING HEROICS IN VAIN AS IRELAND LOSE TO AFGHANISTAN