After the Irish women’s winter World Cup campaign, there is more emphasis on women's cricket and how to grow the sport. Extra teams have been entered into the leagues and larger numbers at Pre-season training, the 2014 season could a turning point for ‘Women’s Cricket’ in Ireland.
You will be aware of the situation with Merrion at the moment with the reconstruction of the pavilion. As notified, changing facilities and teas will be provided in Old Belvedere Rugby Club. All clubs are therefore advised that OCC has decided that until further advised the tea interval for all matches at Anglesea Rd will be extended to 45 minutes.
Latest update on progress with the new registration arrangements
Guidance on how to access and comment on Match Centre
Early season news from the Open Competitions
Records of Leinster Senior Cup Finals in 1940s
In 2012, Cricket Leinster’s girls Easter camp was held outdoors at Leinster cricket club on three fairly miserable rainy days. Last year, we moved indoors due to snow, and this year we are indoors but using the outdoor facilities at Saint Columba’s College as the weather has been pretty good. Imagine you could rely on the Irish weather!
Issues around use of more detailed scorecards when submitting results to Cricket Leinster.
Details of forthcoming Easter Camp in The Hills
‘Welcome to Cricket’ Coaching Course in Fingal- Great success
The way scorecards have been collected over the last half dozen years has changed drastically. Over the winter Pembroke posted on their Facebook page a copy of the postcards that had to have rudimentary match details entered, before the walk to the post box to send it to Michael Sharp.
Division 6 presents a bit of a problem for someone wishing to pen a thousand words on the exciting prospects for the forthcoming season. Nothing much has changed from last year!
There is a frequently a sub plot to league cricket in Leinster, that oftens goes unnoticed, but gives an added touch of excitement all the same. The number that appears after club names is often said, but may not be thought about very often. First team cricket is the pinacle in any club, whether you are playing for Irish Senior Cup glory, or battling for promotion to Division 13. Those playing second team cricket are always striving to take that blinder, or knuckle down for that crucial 50 that may see them selected to the 1sts.
FOURS, sixes and run-outs were the order of the day as 48 local children recently participated in the first ever National Schools ‘Street 20’ Cricket Competition at IT Carlow.
Information for clubs on using the 'Get into Cricket' Initiative to link with new members.
Latest update on registrations as they pass the 1000 mark.