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Carol Singing in the Clubhouse

Dickson Primary School lead the Christmas Carol singing in the Pollock Park Clubhouse

A full hall saw Dickson Primary School lead everyone in an evening of carol singing and fellowship in the Pollock Park Clubhouse. The Reverend Noel Agnew gave a short address and many thanks to Albert Dunlop and Raymond Acheson for organising the event and Jordan Jones for acting as MC.

Awards Night 2017

The Cricket Section Awards were recently presented at an informal supper in the Clubhouse. Former NCU President Billy Boyd presented Ladies Captain Hannah Grieve with the NCU Premier League Cup and NCU Ladies Player of the Year Award, and Nichola Spence was formally presented with the NCU Challenge Cup. Club President Chris

Awards Night

The Cricket Section are holding an infomal awards night in the Clubhouse on Friday night 20th October at 7.45pm. Included in the presentations will be the formal presentation of the NCU Women’s Premier League Trophy to our Ladies team.
Everyone is welcome to come along and support the evening. Supper will be provided and the cost is £10 per person.

Section 1 status confirmed

Lurgan’s Section 1 status was confirmed at the weekend despite a 49 run 20/20 defeat at home to Woodvale on Saturday morning. Bangor’s 63 run win over Cliftonville the next day condemned the Belfast side to Section 2 cricket along with Academy.

Groundsman Rodney McShane had worked miracles to try and make sure the game went ahead and with the outfield still very damp, Richard Clarke put the visitors into bat.  Some poor Lurgan catching undoubtably

Ladies win Challenge Cup to complete double

Lurgan Ladies added the Challenge Cup to the League Champions Cup after a thrilling 5 run win over North Down in the final at Pollock Park on Sunday to cap a wonderful season. Hannah Grieve led the Lurgan team to victory as the skipper hit yet another superb undefeated half century. The game had to be switched to one of the new artificial wickets at Pollock Park and North Down put the Lurgan girls into bat on winning the toss. Hannah lost opener Chloe Neville for 2 and Sarah McCallan for 2, with just 15 runs on the board. This brought Lauren Breakey to the middle