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Former Glendermott pro Van Zyl hits Test century Former Glendermott pro Van Zyl hits Test century ( ) ZZZZ2:35 pmZZZZ
Stiaan Van Zyl, who played for Glendermott in 2007, scores a Test hundred on debut.
Eglinton to host 2015 Senior Cup final Eglinton to host 2015 Senior Cup final ( ) ZZZZ7:40 pmZZZZ
Eglinton will host the Danske Bank senior cup final next season after the North West's newest body, the Grounds Appointments committee voted in favour of sending the 2015 decider to the County Derry village.
Death of Dessie Loughrey Death of Dessie Loughrey ( ) ZZZZ1:33 pmZZZZ
Dessie Loughrey who played for the North West in their Guinness Cup triumph of 1966 has died at the age of 75.
Four NW players named in Ireland squad Four NW players named in Ireland squad ( ) ZZZZ1:18 pmZZZZ
Cricket, and four NW players have been included in the Ireland squad for 4 ODI's against Scotland and Afghanistan in Dubai next month.
The cricketing family The cricketing family ( )
NW Review 16: Strabane ( )
The 2014 season ended in dramatic fashion for Strabane as they clinched the title with a last over nail biting win at Ardmore which pipped Brigade to the crown.
NW Review 11: Fox Lodge ( )
A season to forget for the Ballymagorry club who finished bottom of the Premier League after winning just two games all season.
NW Review 10: Eglinton ( )
Stuart Thompson the stand-out performer in a year of struggle for the village club.
NW Review 3: Brigade ( )
Batting woes meant 2104 ended as a trophyless one for the Beechgrove side.
NW Review 15: Killyclooney ( )
A rejuvenated Killyclooney enjoyed one of their most successful seasons for years after their recent struggles.
NW Review 14: Sion Mills ( )
What started off as a season filled with optimism quickly turned into a nightmare ending in relegation from the senior ranks plus being locked out of their ground.
NW Review 7: Creevedonnell ( )
Season very much to forget for Creevedonnell who struggle on all fronts.
NW Review 5: Burndennett ( )
It was a case of so near, yet so far as Burndennett fell at the final hurdle denying them a first ever appearance in the top flight of NW cricket.