With the conclusion of the ‘Super league’ attention now turns to the remaining games in this year’s Antalis sponsored Leprechaun Cup. Many games have been played by Primary schools around Leinster over the past six weeks with new schools participating for the first time.
One of the two matches that took place on the 10th May 1919 - the first day of the Leinster Senior League. The second match tomorrow. Go to Archives > Articles.
Review of a heavy programme of matches over the weekend with league and irish Cup Rd 2.
First details figures on the breakdown of youth participations figures in Open Competitions by club.
Round up of all that is happening in womens competitions so far this season.
Dundalk Cricket Club are on the look out for the new young cricketers of Dundalk and the rest of the county. The club established in 2009 are thriving at senior level with two Leinster titles in the trophy cabinet and the new state of the art artificial pitch at their Dromiskin ground puts them up with the best of the clubs in Leinster.
A busy weekend for League [D1/D2] and Irish Cup matches over the weekend.
Averages for the Open Competitions D1/D2 Averages as of the 6th June.
North County Cricket Club’s Fionn Hand has won Leinster Lightning’s first ‘Find a Bowler’ competition, held last week in North Kildare and Leinster Cricket Clubs. The result was announced this afternoon by manager Mark Jones on Ireland’s new cricket podcast ‘The Slog Sweep’, which can now be listened to and downloaded.
The Slog Sweep, Ireland's Weekly Cricket Show - Episode Four
Draws for the QF of the RSA Leinster Senior Cup and Leinster Senior II Cup
With plenty of action north and south over the weekend, there has been plenty of movement in our All Ireland rankings. Waringstown maintain their long standing number one spot after brushing aside the challenge of Fox Lodge in the Ulster Cup. The other Ulster Cup results also affected standings, with Civil Service North and Brigade swapping places in the top 10 after their win and loss respectively.
The June Bank Holiday weekend gives the opportunity for some players to fit in three games in one weekend. Others come up against teams decimated by non-cricketing demands of DIY, shopping or even weekend breaks away. Sometimes the other half needs some attention too. However, on the other side of the coin the next starring list is very shortly due and some players hiding below lines and playing for two teams wouldn’t want to be sticking their heads up with a century or five-fer and coming to the attention of the OCC now would they?
Pembroke defeat DU in the 1954 final and go on to win the double.
Smarting from a penultimate over defeat at Whitechurch on Thursday last the Leps head for Observatory Lane this Wednesday to take on the Leinster Schools Development XI.
Details of the youth representative programme for the summer
Preview of matches in the RSA OCD1 and OCD2 [Round 4]