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Ladies win at North Down

Women’s Premier League
Lurgan beat North Down by 6 wkts at Comber
 
North Down 113 for 5 wkts (25 overs) (S Harrison 23, S McCollum 2 for 12, E.McMurray 1 for 18)
 
Lurgan 116 for 4 wkts (20.3 overs) (H Grieve 53no, N Spence 16, S McCollum 16, C Neville 13no)
 
Report to follow

Ladies win by 6 wkts

Womens’ Premier League

Lurgan Ladies continued their excellent start to the season with a 6 wicket win over Muckamore at Pollock Park.

A superb four overs from Suzi McCollum paved the way for the home side. Suzie claimed 3 wickets while conceding just 2 runs as the visitors were skittled out for 32 runs in just 14 overs. Jane Kilpatrick took 1 wicket without conceding any runs in her two overs and there was a wicket each for Lauren Breakey and Emma McMurray. Sharp fielding by the Lurgan girls also contributed to 3 run outs.

In reply, Lauren Breakey top scored for Lurgan, hitting 16 before being dismissed leg before. By then the game was virtually over as the home side claimed their second consecutive league win, passing the Muckamore total in the just the 8th over.

Tigers Cricket Registration

Tigers cricket registration will take place this Tuesday night from 6.45pm to 8pm. Primary practice nights (P2 and above) are on Tuesday evenings from 6.45pm to 8pm beginning 30th May and secondary aged members will be on Wednesday evenings between 7pm and 8.15pm starting 31st May. During school summer holidays there will also be morning sessions, some of which will be held by Cricket Ireland coaches.
Costs £40 per child (£5 discount for siblings/extra £5 discount for mini-rugby Tigers’ members)

To sponsor a hole or book a tee time contact Derek Woods  07545264437 or Jimmy Hamill 02838882116 or Geoff Maxwell 07710 416221

To sponsor a hole or book a tee time contact
Derek Woods 07545264437 or
Jimmy Hamill 02838882116 or
Geoff Maxwell
07710 416221

Ladies start with derby win

Lurgan Ladies began their 2017 Women’s Premier League campaign with a 53 run defeat over last year’s champions Waringstown at Pollock Park.

Batting first, it was a 3rd wicket partnership between captain Hannah Grieve (50 retired) and Sarah McCallan (47 not out) that set up a challenging total for the visitors. Nichola Spence provided support at the end of the innings hitting a valuable 22 as the Town side posted 153 for 3 wkts in their 25 overs.