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Unbeaten Dundrum Enjoy Win Over Donaghcloney

The Graham Cup quarter final saw a good crowd in a sun-drenched Meadow writes Jeff Maguire. The favourites Donaghcloney batted first and Stuart Campbell, who bowls at decent pace, got the highly rated Yousaf bowled out in the 5th over. However, Donaghcloney  regrouped playing sensible cricket with loads of singles…

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Dundrum Struggle Against Derriaghy

Dundrum again self-destructed in a very one sided game at Queensway with Derriaghy coasting to victory by a massive 149 runs writes Jeffrey Maquire. It was the manner that Dundrum folded again that was the concern for most as extras 54 were the top score in the total of 254. The…

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Dundrum Falter to Templepatrick

DUNDRUM lost a very important game against Templepatrick in The Meadow. With 492 runs scored losing by just 16 but with 3 overs left they must feel it it was four points lost as they must now win at least 60% of the home fixtures writes Jeff Maquire.  Templepatrick had…

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A Cricket Lesson for Dundrum

WARINGSTOWN  handed out a lesson in all three aspects of the game and completely outclassed Dundrum by a massive 201 runs in the Ulster Bank Challenge Cup writes Jeffrey Maquire. It was a great effort from all the groundstaff to have The Meadow in great shape. Waringstown captain Kyle McCallen…

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Dundrum Enjoy First League Win of Season

DUNDRUM captain Alan Tormey made one of the bravest decisions to bat first on a very green wicket after a poor effort with the bat the previous day, but it was to prove correct as they scored 224 writes Jeffrey Maquire. Rahi Kakade scored a very hard hitting 113 including…

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High Noon At The Meadow For Dundrum Against Waringstown

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. 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…

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Dundrum Make Supreme Effort But Lose To North Down In Graham Cup

DUNDRUM lost out in the second round  of the Graham Cup at Comber to favourites North Down by 41 runs. However, this was a supreme effort as Dundrum had twounder eleven players and three under thirteen playing against a very big Under-15 side, but the team can take pride as everyone…

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