Upcoming Fixtures

20 Apr 2019 12:00

Pembroke 1 v Leinster 1

20 Apr 2019 13:00

Leinster 3 v Clontarf 4

21 Apr 2019 12:30

Leinster 2 v Pembroke 2

27 Apr 2019 12:00

Leinster 1 v Rush 1

Latest Results

14 Apr 2019

Clontarf 4 v Leinster 3

23 Sep 2018

Leinster 6 v Bagenalstown 3

22 Sep 2018

Railway Union 3 v Leinster 3

19 Sep 2018

Leinster 5 v AIB 1

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Player Starrings

Leinster 1
Gareth Delany 1.1
George Dockrell 1.1
Monil Patel 1.1
Hugh Mac Donnell 1.1
Christopher Janik 1.1
Ian O'Herlihy 1.1
Hardus Venter 1.1
Saqib Bahadur 1.1
Patrick Lynch 1.2
Finn Conaty 1.2
Tristen de Beer 1.2
Leinster 2
John Paul O Dwyer 2.1
Abdul Ghaffar 2.1
Abdul Sattar 2.1
Euan Mackay 2.1
Craig Mallon 2.1
Danny Coad 2.1
Andrew Tonge 2.1
Matthew Lynch 2.1
Peter Masterson 2.2
Craig Mackay 2.2
Benjamin Leather 2.2
Leinster 3
Michael Scully 3.1
Mark Tonge 3.1
Chris Oosthuizen 3.1
Anus Khan 3.1
Somasekhar Rapolu 3.1
Matthew Tonge 3.1
Aneesh Kohli 3.1
Saeedullah Azizi 3.1
Nitin Rajwar 3.2
Barend Janse van Rensburg 3.2
Joe O'Sullivan 3.2
Leinster 4
Marinus Els 4.1
Bernardus Mong 4.1
Rian Cassidy 4.1
Tom Halliday 4.1
Daire Cassidy 4.1
Alan Godfrey 4.1
Jack Barry 4.1
Devan Keenan 4.1
Johannes Du Toit 4.2
Conor O'Toole 4.2
Shine Pushpangathan 4.2
Leinster 5
Muhammad Rahim 5.1
Mohammad Shahzad 5.1
Ahsan Ullah Safi 5.1
Waleed Khan 5.1
Karthikeyan Jawahar 5.1
Asad Javed 5.1
Ibrahim Rafique 5.1
Saddam Gul 5.2
Mohammad Usman Mir 5.2
Adarsh Kotwal 5.2
Leinster 6
Usman Malik 6.1
Stephen Kerrison 6.1
Maaz Mushir Ahmad Khan 6.1
Chandrakanth Sangewar 6.1
Vishnu Prashanth Indramohan 6.1
Muhammad Gondal 6.1
Alex O'Connor 6.1
Jazib Javed 6.1
Kenneth Byrne 6.2
Trevor Dunne 6.2
Ciaran Casserly 6.2
Leinster 7

About Leinster

Leinster Cricket Club continues to be one of Ireland’s top cricket clubs, winning multiple league and cup honours at all levels including the Bob Kerr Irish Senior Cup in 2009 and were 2017 Leinster Division 1 winners.

The ground at Observatory Lane is one of the top grounds in the country, with a rich history, and has been the host to many matches between Ireland and the world’s top sides.

The club currently fields seven men’s teams in the LCU leagues, two women’s teams, and a multitude of youth teams, both boys and girls, catering for budding international cricketers from the age of six.

Child protection and ensuring that our younger members can play cricket in a safe and positive environment is very important to us. You can read our Child Safeguarding Policy by following the link.

Club History

Leinster Cricket Club was founded in Rathgar in 1852. The Dublin sports club now hosts tennis, squash, table tennis, bowls and cricket. The Leinster Sports Club complex is situated at the Observatory Lane ground, in the heart of Rathmines. 

In 1860, Leinster hosted the first visit to Ireland by the All-England XI on the club's field in Lord Palmerston’s demesne. Nine years later in 1869, Observatory Lane was well established as the Club’s home ground as Ireland used the ground to play vs the All-England XI in a drawn three day match.

The club also brought the most famous English cricketer of his time, W.G. Grace to Ireland for the first time in 1873. In 1875 the Irish rugby union team played its first home game at the cricket ground as Landsdowne Road was unsuitable at the time.

Famous past and current players include the likes of Ireland internationals Gerry Duffy, Louis Bookman, Eddie Ingram, Trent Johnston and George Dockrell as well as current Ireland Women’s Captain, Laura Delany. 

Leinster Cricket Club holds the record for the most Leinster Senior League titles, with 24.

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Club Information

Address: Observatory Lane, Rathmines, Dublin 6
Website: https://www.leinstercricketclub.org
Email: admin@lccsports.net
Phone: 01 497 2428
Primary Contact: Malcolm Rule (Secretary) - malconey@yahoo.com | 0862277338

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