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High Noon At The Meadow For Dundrum Against Waringstown
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Dundrum play Waringstown in the second round of the Challenge Cup this Saturday in The Meadow  at noon  which is sure too attract a decent crowd writes Jeffrey Maquire.dn_screen

All eyes will be on South African Obus Pienear who is the most explosive batsman ever to grace local cricket. Just add in Ireland’s Kyle McCallen, opening bowler Phil Eaglestone and Lee Nelson and the very under-rated James Hall shows how big a task Dundrum have ahead of them.

But the Challenge Cup and The Meadow always creates a chance of the underdog pulling of the shock of the decade and I’m sure  Captain Alan Tormey will be hoping his bowling attack can make inroads into the very strong batting line up.

With Indian Rahi Kakade back in the batting line up hopefully Dundrum can  bat well enough to make it a very interesting challenge for both sides in the tie of the round.