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Published 09/05/2016

Get in: YMCA’s Tom Fisher takes a second wicket in the Irish Senior Cup win over North Down at The Green
Get in: YMCA’s Tom Fisher takes a second wicket in the Irish Senior Cup win over North Down at The Green

Irish Senior Cup first round -  At Shaw’s Bridge, Instonians (set 152 in 25 overs) beat Clontarf by 2 wickets (DLS).

Clontarf 135-9 (25 overs, A Poynter 51; Na Smith 3-27, Ni Smith 2-38) Instonians 154-8 (Ni Smith 56, A White 39, Na Smith 21 not out; S Dutt 3-26, J Morrissey 3-38)

At The Lawn, Waringstown beat Bready by 8 wickets

Bready 70 (24 overs, C Young 33; C Pienaar 3-7, G Kidd 2-11, K McCallan 2-20, J McCollum 2-22) Waringstown 73-2 (14.3 overs, J McCollum 28)

At Inch, North County beat Ardmore by 8 wickets in a 39 overs match

Ardmore 159 (36.4 overs, S Dunn 42 not out, C Curley 28, K Martin 21; K Ali 3-20, E Richardson 3-37, T Richardson 3-41) North County 163-2 (31 overs, C Armstrong  74, T Sheil 55 not out).

At The Green, YMCA (set 108 in 24 overs) beat North Down by 10 wickets

North Down 110-9 (24 overs, P Eakin 35, P Malan 32; Y Ali 4-24, S Singh 2-22, T Fisher 2-22) YMCA 108-0 (T Fisher 50, J Tector 45 not out)

At Sydney Parade, Pembroke beat Lisburn by 6 wickets

Lisburn 167 (37.3 overs, S Lazars 79, C Chetty 31; P Lawson 3-19) Pembroke 168-4 (31 overs, D Solway 46, L Tucker 32 not out, T Lawson 30; R McConkey 3-47)

At Milverton, The Hills beat Civil Service North by 6 wickets in a 35 overs match

Civil Service  North 148 (34.3 overs, G McCarter 33, P Beverland 29, W Horwood 21; N Shoukat 4-22) The Hills 150-4 (30.3 overs, M Baumgart 68, H Shah 35)

At Moylena, Eglinton beat Muckamore by 72 runs (DLS)

Eglinton 235-4 (38.1 overs, A Miller 72, S Thompson 65, O Williams 29, J Miller 27 not out, A Pierce 21;  A Adey 2-23) Muckamore 199-8 (38 overs, A Dandekar 104 not out, R Haire 24; O Williams 3-35, A Miller 2-43)

At Phoenix Park, Phoenix beat St Johnston by 7 wickets

St Johnston 139 (A Macbeth 44 not out, D Lapsley 27; A Morris 4-23, B White 2-31) Phoenix 143-3 (12.4 overs, R Strydom 100, N Pretorius 22; D Anthony 2-38)

At Rathmines, Fox Lodge beat Leinster by 55 runs.

Fox Lodge 233-9 (B Allen 94, J Milligan 43, A McGinnis 35, J Carroll 3-37, T Law 3-46) Leinster 178 (45.4 overs, D Coad 64, J Carroll 39, A McGinnis 3-39, A Heywood 2-33, J Milligan 2-39).

Postponed: Brigade v CIYMS, Coleraine v Merrion,  Cork County v Railway Union, Donemana v Derriaghy, Drummond v Carrickfergus, Strabane v Malahide

NATIONAL CUP FIRST ROUND

At Kenure, Rush beat Downpatrick by 7 wickets.

Downpatrick 200-7 (35 overs; A Patil 84, J Wade 30, R Smyth 21, D Brigan 3-37, S Gull 2-21) Rush 204-3 (30.1 overs, S Iqbal 61 not out, S Doheny 52, L Jansen 34, S Monks 28. M Yeates 2-31)

At Balbriggan, Balbriggan beat Killyclooney by 5 wickets.

Killyclooney 199 (44 overs, D Lynch 41, A Henry 35, R Kear 3-17, K Bilal 2-19, M Farrukh 2-28, E Ahmed 2-54) Balbriggan 202-5 (45.5 overs, E Ahmed 69, J Warsop 40, M Farrukh 23, M Gordon 2-36)

At The Maws, North Kildare beat Bonds Glen by 2 wickets.

Bonds Glen 118 (37.4 overs, G Boyd 29, Imran Ul-Haq 3-21, M Singh 3-22) North Kildare 120-8 (36.2 overs, T Britton 2-19)

At Mallusk, Sion Mills go through after Cliftonville forfeited game because they failed to produce DLS sheet.

 Cliftonville 206-4 (26 overs, J Terrett 100, N Cahill 65) v Sion Mills.

Bangor 56-0 (14 overs) v Dundrum. Abandoned

Academy 71-2 (Collins 39 not out) v Newbuildings. Abandoned.

Laois w/o v Saintfield.

Postponed: Armagh v Terenure, Ballyspallen v Greystones, Burndennett v Woodvale, Creevedonnell v Civil Service, Glendermott v Lurgan

YESTERDAY

LONG’’S SUPERVALU PREMIERSHIP

At Magheramason, Ardmore beat Bready by 6 wickets.

Bready 119 (47 overs, G Wallace 38, K Hamilton 38, D Curry 5-12, S Gormley 2-24) Ardmore 125-4 (33,5 overs, D Curry 66 not out, M Jardine 24; G Wallace 2-20).

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