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CSN relying on home comforts in cups

By Ian Callender

Published 17/06/2016

CSN will benefit from home advantage
CSN will benefit from home advantage

With no NCU players involved in international action, the teams will be at full strength for a double header of cup action when the semi-finalists in both the Twenty20 and Challenge Cups will be decided.

Civil Service North will have home advantage in both games, with Lisburn the visitors tonight in the Lagan Valley Steels T20 Cup - the winners assured of a place in finals day, the losers going out - and tomorrow they will host Derriaghy who have yet to win away from Queensway on their return to the top flight.

Fixtures, Tonight (6.15pm ): Lagan Valley Twenty20 Cup: Carrickfergus v Instonians, Waringstown v Derriaghy, CIYMS v North Down, Civil Service North v Lisburn

T20 Trophy: Ballymena v Donaghcloney

Saturday, Ulster Bank Challenge Cup Quarter-finals (12.00): CIYMS v Downpatrick, CSN v Downpatrick, Lisburn v Waringstown, Muckamore v Carrickfergus

Ulster Bank League Section One (1.00pm): Armagh v Donaghcloney, Ballymena v Saintfield, Bangor v Woodvale.

Sunday: Armagh v Lurgan, Bangor v Academy (12.00), Saintfield v Muckamore

Section Two: Cliftonville v Cooke Collegians, Cregagh v Dundrum, Laurelvale v BISC, Templepatrick v Holywood.

Sunday: Cregagh v Cliftonville

Section Three: Ards v Monaghan, Donaghadee v Victoria, Dunmurry v Dungannon, Larne v Newforge

Long's SuperValu Premiership (1.00pm): Bready v Strabane, Brigade v Ardmore, Donemana v Coleraine, Drummond v Eglinton

Championship: Fox Lodge v Ballyspallen, Bonds Glen v Newbuildings, St Johnston v Burndennett, Glendermott v Killyclooney.

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