OC Division 1 averages - with one round of matches to go.
The final round of matches in OCD1 for 2014 - and everything is still up for grabs.
Report on the Alan Murray final between Clontarf and The Hills in Sydney Parade.
Before we get too far in to this update I feel it is important to set the scene as to what exactly Division 6 cricket is about and who the players are. Some may say this may have been more useful at the start of the season but what are you gonna do, life is life and pancakes are lovely.
Where stands the leagues [D1 - D4] after the latest round of matches.
Due to the absence of a complete scorecard and a completed Duckworth Lewis report, it has not yet been possible to process the result for the Division 2 match on August 9th between Balbriggan and Cork County.
The OCC is aware of allegations that there have been cases of teams playing an individual in a match and falsifying the scorebook and result card by including the name of a different player
YOUTH will have its day, they say, and it is almost certain that day fell last Saturday.
RSA OCD1 and OCD2 - Review of Sunday's matches.
The key decider round as the two top teams in each Division go head-to-head.
The Leinster Lightning win the Interprovincial Championship. Details on the campaign.
Greystones 2nds v YMCA 4ths at Phoenix C.C. in the Intermediate Cup Finals. Start time 1.00 pm.
With YMCA and Waringstown both winning this week, the only changes in our All Ireland rankings were further down the ladder. Clontarf's aforementioned loss to YMCA sees them slip to 4th, whilst Donemana's win over Fox Lodge sees them move ahead of Pembroke and Brigade
Averages for Division 1 from 14th August
The table of matches played, won and lost for RSA Open Competitions [End July]
Review of the results for the top three divisions - after another wet weekend.
With three matches left in Division 1 every match counts.
Devotees of twenty over a side matches, now referred to as T20, sometimes think of it as a relatively new invention. In fact in Leinster it is now in its sixty-first season. In 1954, Alan Murray, a longstanding member of Pembroke C.C. advocated a 20 over competition to be played on midweek evenings and provided a cup for it. His own club were the first winners - in fact Pembroke also won the then Senior League and Cup that year.