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In tropical heat in Marlay Park on Saturday, Sandyford 2nds took on Laois 3rds with the latter batting first. Amandeep Sahota took 5 wickets for the first time in his Sandyford career as the away side were dismissed for 68, a total which Sandyford reasonably comfortably chased down for the loss of 6 wickets.

The 3rds travelled to table toppers Trinity College on Sunday. Batting first Sandyford were 10-5 at one stage but thanks to some hard hitting by Sean McGuinness , Sandyford made 61 ao in the end in front of over 200 people. The students were coasting until James Loftus came on and along with Vimal Jacob took 3 wickets each but the University  struggled over the line with 8 wickets down.

 Much better news for the 1sts who beat North County by 64 runs in Marlay Park. The home side made 142/09 and dismissed the visitors for only 78, with Anthony Burke taking 6 wickets

6 wicket man Anthony Burke

  A 6 wicket haul for Anto for Sandyford I against North County 3rds

Last Updated (Sunday, 09 June 2013 19:59)

 

A mixed day for the club on Saturday. The 1st team lost its cup match to Rush by 33 runs in Marlay. The visitors made 181-09 (Burke 3-16) but Sandyford were dismissed for 148.

A club record partnership of 182 between Anish Pillai (92) and Chris Keene (90) saw Sandyford easily win its Minor Cup game on its first visit to Greystones. Sandyford made 238-04 from 40 overs and dismissed the home side for 56, with Steve Langton and Jamie Stackpool each taking 3 wickets.

      

Anish Pillai and Chris Keene who put on a club record stand of 182.

Last Updated (Thursday, 06 June 2013 11:41)

 

Former member and 2nd team captain, Liam Hale (of the much worn Irish rugby top) marries Sinead this Friday. We wish him much happiness and hope he doesn't forget that cricket still exists even when married Smile

Liam Hale

 
An eight man 3rd team lost its Russell Court Cup game to Dundrum. Batting first, Sandyford made 110 but lost by four wickets despite Ravi Singh taking 4 wickets.
 
Sandyford made 103 off its 20 overs which Greystones chased down for the loss of 6 wickets and two balls left.
 
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