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Ulster Cup 2014
Scorecard Report Bready beat Waringstown by 94 runs (D/L), 17 August.
  • Waringstown v Bready.
    10 August
  • Waringstown beat Donemana (2-0) in a bowlout.
    The Lawn, 27 July.
  • Bready beat CIYMS (3-2) in a bowlout.
    27 July.
Round 2
Scorecard Instonians lost to Waringstown by 3 wickets, 22 June.
Scorecard Donemana beat Lisburn by 1 wicket, 22 June.
Scorecard CIYMS beat CSNI by 2 runs, 22 June.
Scorecard Bready beat North Down by 52 runs, 22 June.
Round 1
  • North Down beat Coleraine by 65 runs.
    Comber, 31 May.
    North Down 205-7 (40.0 overs, R Haire 75*, N Larkin 43, J Terrett 31, G Cooke 4-46)
    Coleraine 140 (39.1 overs, S Campbell 38, P Eakin 2-22, J Cameron-Dow 2-33, M Moreland 2-34)
  • Eglinton lost to Instonians by 111 runs.
    Eglinton, 31 May.
    Instonians 252-7 (40.0 overs, Imad Wasim 122, N Smith 34*, J Shannon 30, C Averill 2-35, R Wylie 2-49, S Thompson 2-57)
    Eglinton 141 (36.3 overs, R Wylie 28, Imad Wasim 3-20, Z Rushe 2-30)
  • Brigade lost to Lisburn by 4 runs.
    Beechgrove, 31 May.
    Lisburn 223-5 (40.0 overs, D Brown 67*, R Rankin 52, D Simpson 45*)
    Brigade 219-9 (40.0 overs, J Thompson 40, M Moran 36, G McKeegan 35, R McConkey 3-34, D Simpson 3-36)
  • Ardmore lost to CSNI by 7 wickets.
    Bleachgreen, 31 May.
    Ardmore 150 (37.0 overs, G Neely 35, P Harrigan 28, D Curry 25, M Adair 5-33, A Coulter 2-31)
    CSNI 155-3 (30.2 overs, G Nieuwouldt 109*, A Riddles 2-28)
  • CIYMS beat Strabane by 8 wickets.
    Belmont, 31 May.
    Strabane 180-6 (40.0 overs, A Gillespie 62, T Mupariwa 38*, P Gillepie 26, J Mulder 3-26)
    CIYMS 184-2 (35.4 overs, R van der Dussen 116*, C Dougherty 43)
  • Muckamore lost to Bready by 2 wickets.
    Moylena, 31 May.
    Muckamore 99 (38.2 overs, A Bratten 22, C Young 3-8, R Barr 2-15, E Kemm 2-11, A Lucas 2-25)
    Bready 100-8 (30.1 overs, P Fisher 3- 27, N Gill 2-31)
  • Waringstown beat Fox Lodge by 188 runs.
    The Lawn, 31 May.
    Waringstown 241-4 (40.0 overs, J Hall 132*, L Nelson 25, G Thompson 25)
    Fox Lodge 53 (24.4 overs, B Allen 35*, K McCallan 4-7, G Kidd 3-22, P Eaglestone 2-9)

Bye: Donemana.

Stroll in the park for Bready
The Magheramason side won the O’Neill’s Ulster Cup as Waringstown collapsed for the second year in a row.
Delay suits Waringstown
THE week’s delay to the O’Neill’s Ulster Cup final has confirmed Waringstown as favourites to win the trophy for the first time.
Bready stun Waringstown with emphatic win
It was something of a “Super Sunday” for the North West this weekend as Bready pulled off a stunning win in the O'Neills Ulster Cup final against Waringstown.
Ulster Cup final a close call
In theory at least, there should be a new name on the O’Neil’s Ulster Cup on Sunday night.
Nelson hoping for change in fortune
Lee Nelson will be hoping Waringstown’s luck changes in cup finals on Sunday when they meet Bready in the O’Neill’s Ulster Cup showdown at Strabane.
Rankin eyes Ulster Cup success
David Rankin eyes cup glory as Bready face Waringstown in O'Neills Ulster Cup final at Strabane.
Bready to meet Waringstown in Ulster Cup final
The dreaded shoot outs were needed to decide the finalists in the O'Neills Ulster Cup.
Rain ruins semi-final clashes
Waringstown will meet Bready in the final of the O’Neill’s Ulster Cup final on Sunday week but it needed bowl-outs to settle both semi-finals as the forecast rain wrecked the action.
Ulster Cup, Shield and Plate draws
The semi-final draws for the O'Neills Ulster Cup, Shield and Plate competitions have been completed.
Thompson takes Knights frustration out on Instonians
Leading sportsmen who feel hard done by are a dangerous commodity and Instonians felt the full force of Greg Thompson's sense of injustice on Sunday.
CIYMS edge CSN in thriller
CIYMS won another thriller in the O'Neills Ulster Cup, in the all-NCU game against Civil Service North – by two runs.
Bready beat North Down to reach semi-final
In the end the hosts had a comfortable 52 runs in hand and now progress to meet a few old faces from CIYMS in the last four.
Ervine double hundred in vain as Donemana stun Lisburn
No doubt the most thrilling finish of the day, or most days indeed, was at the Holm where Donemana beat Lisburn off the final ball of the match.
Ulster Cup reaches quarter-final stage
Donemana and Bready are the North West’s last remaining hopes of glory in the O’Neill’s Ulster Cup.
Hi Ho Silva
Cricketing statisticians were searching through the record books after the most amazing innings from Roy Silva helped Glendermott book their place in the semi-final of the O'Neill's Ulster Shield.
Disaster day for NW
Manner of defeats serious cause for concern for NW sides.
Hall hundred as Fox Lodge crushed at Waringstown
The miserable afternoon was complete when Waringstown handed out a real thumping to Fox Lodge at the Lawn.
Go slow Strabane thumped at CIYMS
On a day of defeats for most however, neighbours Strabane were also on the receiving end as they were very much second best to CIYMS.
Bready inch past Muckamore
Bready were the North West's one success of the day as David Scanlon's side, missing several first team regulars, edged out struggling Muckamore to record a 2-wicket win.
Wasim stars in Instonians win
Eglinton also came up short but theirs was a more emphatic reverse at the hands of in-form Instonians.
Brigade lose to Lisburn in thriller
Brigade are out too as they just failed to get past a strong Lisburn side with a few old friends of the North West doing the damage.
Civil Service crush Ardmore
Mark Adair and Griffin Nieuwouldt star in Civil Service romp at Ardmore.
Holders Coleraine crash out
Coleraine well beaten at North Down.
NCU sides dominate Ulster Cup
Six out of seven ties go the way of NCU sides in Ulster Cup.
Bad day at Black Rock
NW sides come second best to NCU sides in O'Neills Ulster Cup.
Ulster Cup takes centre stage
It's the start of the O'Neill's Ulster Cup this coming weekend with some cracking ties lined up involving the top teams from throughout the North.
Instonians targeting further glory
No team has won the O’Neill’s Ulster Cup more times than Instonians and when they head north west to Eglinton tomorrow for the first of two cup matches this weekend, they will be taking nothing for granted.
Coleraine face tough trip to North Down
As holders of the Clubturf Ulster Cup probably the last tie Coleraine would have wanted in the first round of their defence is a trip to North Down.
Strabane face CIYMS challenge
Strabane captain Tommy Barr confident after unbeaten start to the season.
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