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NW Youth Coaching Initiative Launched NW Youth Coaching Initiative Launched ( ) ZZZZ12:40 amZZZZ
A new initiative by the North West Cricket Union, sees the NW Youth Coaching Clinics for U11, U13 and U15's commence in November and run until Mid December in 3 centres throughout the Union.
NW Review 13: St Johnston NW Review 13: St Johnston ( ) ZZZZ6:04 amZZZZ
Season to remember for the Donegal club as they clinch the Championship title.
NW coaching opportunities NW coaching opportunities ( ) ZZZZ2:10 pmZZZZ
The NWCU is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified coaches from the region to support the Regional Development Squad coaching Programme.
Donegal ‘Cricket in the Park’ Donegal ‘Cricket in the Park’ ( ) ZZZZ1:44 pmZZZZ
The local communities of Donegal witnessed the introduction of cricket to the masses through an initiative suitably named ‘Cricket in the Park’.
Fixtures fiasco can't be repeated in 2015 Fixtures fiasco can't be repeated in 2015 ( )
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 6: Coleraine ( )
It was always going to be difficult to emulate the treble winning campaign of 2013 and thus it proved for the Bannsiders.
NW Review 3: Brigade ( )
Batting woes meant 2104 ended as a trophyless one for the Beechgrove side.
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 9: Drummond ( )
Silverware in the form of the Sammy Jeffrey Cup the highlight of the season for Drummond.
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.