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Under 11 A’s continue winning run

The boys put in a convincing performance against CIYMS on the lower deck at Shaw’s Bridge on a glorious evening.

Under 13 A’s progress in Banoge Cup

The 13’s secured a safe passage with a comprehensive win over Ballymena at Shaw’s Bridge on Monday 4th June.

Ballymena surprisingly chose to bowl first and no doubt regretted this decision as they watched Rory Ellerby pummel the ball to all areas. Lorcan Donnelly provided the support role in an effective left hand-right hand combination.

Rory’s innings contained 7 x 4’s and 3 x 6’s. When he retired, the score was 88 after only 7 overs. Tom Crothers picked up where Rory left off. Despite not having the same power, his attacking stroke play again complemented Lorcan’s anchor role. Lorcan retired with a well constructed knock, followed shortly by Tom.

Lorcan’s innings contained 6 x 4’s while Tom hit 10 x 4’s.

This allowed Conor Anderson and Luke Beattie to continue the momentum until Luke became the only Ballymena victim.

Having posted a strong total the decision was made that those who had batted wouldn’t bowl. The opening pair of Tom McGale and George Palmer bowled nicely with Tom claiming the breakthrough. After that, Ballymena struggled to build partnerships. Michael Hollway bowled a tidy spell of off spin while fellow P7 Ben McCausland bowled with pace and accuracy. Bryn Ward and Rory O’Connor were the other wicket takers.

Overall, a strong team performance although there are areas to work on.

Thanks to Ballymena for the game and best of luck for the rest of the season.

We look forward to the next round against CSNI.

Instonians 208-1

R Ellerby 63 rtd, L Donnelly 39 rtd, T Crothers 51 rtd

Ballymena 60 all out

T McGale 2-7, M Hollway 3-15, B McCausland 2-11

Under 11 A’s beat B’s
Under 11B tie with Donacloney A

On Wednesday 30th May, the boys hosted a much older Donacloney team.

Under 11a’s start with a win

On Monday 28th May, the 11a’s travelled to a sun-kissed Stormont to kick off the defence of their league title against CSNI.

CSNI chose to have a bat but tight spells by Ben McCausland, Max Wilmott and Michael Hollway put CSNI under pressure. At the half way point they had progressed to 26 for 3. The introduction of Luke Crothers and Frank Hollway reaped further reward as the innings closed on 64 all out. Pick of the 9 bowlers used was Max Wilmott,

In reply, George Craigan and Frank Hollway started well before Frank was stumped. George batted with controlled aggression, striking 6 x 4’s while Michael Hollway added some class to the proceedings, with 4 x 4’s.

The partnership yielded 50 runs in quick time as the pair crossed the line for a 9 wicket win.

A decent start and lots of competition within the team.


CSNI 64 all out

O Dyer 18

M Wilmott 3-5, M Hollway 2-4, F Hollway 2-8, L Crothers 2-7

Instonians 67-1

G Craigan 30 n.o, M Hollway 16 n.o

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