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Sandyford 2nds visited Swords on the Saturday and in a thrilling game won by 1 wicket. The home side batted first and made 88 (Ravi taking 3 wickets) but Sandyford struggled to make the total but aided by a speedy 20 by Anish reached the total with 9 wickets down.

On Sunday the 3drs faced North Kildare in Marlay Park and batted first. Thanks to 45 by Anand and 28 by Ravi Sandyford made 132 before being dismissed in the 33rd over. Ravi also struck early on in the Kildare innings reducing the visitors to 9-2 but that was as good as it got for Sandyford with North Kildare winning by 8 wickets, G. Hunt making 63.

The 3rds team defeated by North Kildare. Front row l/r Sankar Indraganti, Colin Coyle, Cliff Kennedy, John Fennell, Anand Joshi. Back row: Geraint Waters, Sean Saunders, Anish Pillai, Jamie Stackpoole, Dan White and Ravi Singh.

Last Updated (Sunday, 01 September 2013 17:56)

The game was postponed due to inclement weather.

Railway Union 6 (the victors over Sandyford 3) won the game by 59 runs in a high scoring game. Interesting preview of the game here:


Another bad day at the office for the 1st away to YMCA on Saturday. Sandyford batted first and were dismissed for only 75 which the home side chased down for the loss of one wicket.

 Much better news for the 2nds on Sunday against Mullingar in Marlay. Batting first, Mullingar made 188-10 with Lineesh taking 4-32. An opening partnership of 50 between Ravi and Lineesh got Sandyford off to a good start and aided by 68 by Prem, Sandyford crossed the line with just  2 wickets remaining.


Lineesh Ramachandran who took 4 wickets and contributed to an opening stand of 50 for the victorious 2nds team against Mullingar.


Last Updated (Sunday, 25 August 2013 19:48)

In a re-arranged Division 13 game, Sandyford 3rds surrendered home advantage and travelled to play Railway Union in a limited over 20/20 game. Railway batted first and made 166-03, with Morgan making 69. Sandyford put on a good chase  but the run rate was always creeping up until 12 an over was required for the last 5 overs. The visitors eventually finished on 131-09 off 20 overs (Amandeep 31, Anand 28).

Last Updated (Thursday, 22 August 2013 08:09)

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