Coleraine oust Limavady from Senior Cup
Limavady's miserable season continued after they were unceremoniously dumped out of the Senior Cup by Coleraine.
Another abject batting display was to blame for their downfall, as they never recovered from the loss of the talismanic Dekker Curry from the first ball of their innings.
Curry was run out by Johnny Martin attempting a second - Curry thought he had made his ground, but the man that mattered didn't, and he was on his way.
Scott Campbell (3-15) and the impressive Steven Dunn (2-15) backed up by a magnificent all-round fielding display saw Limavady skitted for just 97.
Coleraine must have been slightly concerned at the half-way stage having lost their last 8 wickets for just 44 runs to finish on 183 all out when a total in excess of 250 looked likely as they were on 139 for 2 with 18 overs remaining.
Dekker Curry picked up 5 for 35 in that spell but that proved to be the only bright point of a day to forget for the Roesiders.
Sri Lanka professional Chinthaka Jayasinghe top scored with 73, sharing partnerships of 74 with Craig Averill (29), and 45 with Scott Campbell (19).
Coleraine now await the winner of the St Johnston v Brigade tie, which was postponed yesterday.
Following this impressive display today, they will go into that game with confidence as they attempt to reach their first final since 1986.