Results from Open Competitions [Division 1]

Dublin University win the Leinster Senior Cup in 1961

The nearly final tables for Open Competitions for 2014.

Whilst many teams have long finished their 2014 season, there are still many games to be played this weekend. Top of the bill goes to Leinster Lightning, who after confirming the winning of the 2014 Inter Provincial Cup last weekend, return to Dublin for their final match of the season in the return fixture against Northern Knights.

Another week, and another morning wasted spent compiling a list of outstanding reports that really should have been submitted by now. There are still some leagues that can not be completed due to missing cards, and the end of season grading of umpires can not be carried out until you submit your reports!

This week on The Slog Sweep, George and Robbo are back together for our final episode of the series. We were delighted to welcome former Ashes winner Chris Broad into studio as feature guest, where he spoke everything from his Test cricket days with England, to his current duties as one of seven ICC Match Referees.

The Leinster Lightning selectors today announced the following 12-man squad for the final Newstalk 106-108fm Inter-Provincial Trophy game of 2014 versus the Northern Knights this Saturday the 20th September in Leinster Cricket Club, Rathmines.

Seventeen matches took place yesterday, with all matches having an impact on the promotion and relegation battles. We look through the results, to see what they mean

Another fine September brought about a full program of league cricket - remember that feeling, as in a couple of weeks it will be all over for 2014. There are not too many official scorecards in at this point, so this summary remains unofficial, but gives everyone involved in vital matches today, an idea of what they need to do!

Although Division 1 ended at the end of August, many league titles still have a long way to go. In fact of the 46 "promotion" and "relegation" places from Division 3 down, only thirteen places are confirmed. Here we have a look at who may be filling the 33 other places that are still up for grabs. At the end of the season, the OCC will decide on the league structures for 2015, and any discussion on here of promotion or relegation does not confirm in any way where teams will be playing next season!

The focus of our ratings moved up to the North West this weekend, as ten of the twenty matches took place there. The pecking order in North West cricket has been hard to judge all season, and recent results have done little to clear the picture up.

Cricket Ireland are looking for a Tournament Manager for the 2015 ICC World T20 Qualifiers. Please note that the deadline for this post has been extended until Friday 19th September

The Slog Sweep, Ireland's Weekly Cricket Show - Episode Eighteen This week on The Slog Sweep, Robbo returns to action, and it's his…

Sorensen and O'Brien star as Ireland beat Scotland by 3 wickets

Some final figures on participation in D1 league matches by youth players.

The performance elf youth players in Division 1 : League Only.

The Leinster Lightning selectors have the pleasure of announcing the following match day squad of the Newstalk 106-108fm Inter-Provincial Trophy game against the Northern Knights on Sunday the 14th of September in Waringstown Cricket Club.

Averages specific to OCD1 league campaign.

Some background information on participation in Division 1 league matches in 2014

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