The Fantasy league endurance race goes on as the figures get manipulated again and again in an effort to give you more to look at, more articles for the cricketleinster website and more writing for the author.
At the request of many groundsmen, the regular Grounds reports that summarise the umpires reports that are submitted after each match, will not be sent to clubs this autumn.
Please find below, links to the nomination forms for the Johnston Mooney and O’Brien Volunteer of the Year Award and the Tildenet Club of the Year Award.
The great and the good of Leinster cricket (and a good few more besides), gathered in Old Belvedere RFC on Friday night for the 2015 Awards Dinner.
The 2015 season can now officially be declared finished!
Congratuations to the cricket clubs around the province who have been successful in their applications to the 2015 Sports Capital Programme
Fingal County Council Sports Office and Cricket Leinster have been working with many primary schools assisting teachers to develop their skills by delivering an ‘Introduction to Cricket’ teacher education programme.
The sun was shining and a beautiful Indian summer's day was on offer when Adamstown Cricket Club hosted its annual Blitz tournament on 25th September as this year's tournament saw competition across youth U-13 and open competition sections.
Barry McCarthy of Pembroke CC will be playing his cricket in Australia over the winter as part of an Official Overseas Scholarship programme run by Cricket Ireland.
Adam Darnell, who plies his trade for Civil Service CC, has completed a thesis on the history of Irish cricket in the 1870s. The thesis will be appearing on the Cricket Leinster site over the coming weeks
Cricket Leinster are looking to fill a vacancy for a selector for the Leinster Lightning elite men's team.
The final round up of results [promotion / relegation] across the OC Divisions for 2015.
Saturday afternoon finally saw the embers of the 2015 season kicked away and the onset of the winter month’s hibernation for the domestic cricketers of Ireland. The final game was possibly the best of 2015 and a final result of a Leinster C.C. victory by 6 wickets does not do justice to the game or to those playing in it
The last weekend of the season duly saw Merrion 2 crowned Division 3 champions, after they brushed aside Leinster 2 in double quick time.
And to finish this series, what of my, and Paul Reynolds’ and the entire OCC’s favourite player, Player Unregistered. How has his season been? Has the LCU got his €15?
Here is our tribute to those magnificent men who serve up delivery after delivery, searching for that perfect “jaffa”, that elusive hat-trick, that perfect game.
In our continuing series of statistical breakdown of all result cards and the numbers they produce we have now arrived at the bonus categories. Every 50 or 100 runs in an innings and every five wicket (or more haul) is covered below.