Billy Platt's North West Cricket History
City of Derry Cricket Club
After the Boer War The Idlers club was formed and played at Brandywell; in 1909 they moved from Brandywell to Upper Duncreggan and changed their name to City of Derry.
A History of the NWCU Senior League 1894-2001
The North West of Ireland Cricket Senior League, formerly known as the County Derry Cricket League, was competed for 97 times during the period 1894-2000.
A History of the NWCU Senior Cup 1888-2000
The North West of Ireland Cricket Senior Cup, formerly known as the County Derry Cricket Challenge Cup, was competed for 105 times during the period 1888 to 2001.
A Profile of Scott Huey
No one can study Irish cricket in any depth without coming across the name of Scott Huey, the Eg1inton and Ireland left-arm slow bowler.
Ossie Colhoun - the Complete Wicketkeeper
The sight of Ossie Colhoun crouched behind the stumps was a common and feared one in North West and Irish cricket for many years.
The Fastest Century in North West Cricket
In 1930 JL Rankin of Strabane scored his maiden century in just 29 minutes against Sion Mills.
William Jeffrey - the big-hitting batsman
Willie Jeffrey, who entered North West senior cricket in 1920, was a batsman with great hitting power and a fearless, aggressive manner.
The Days When Andy McFarlane Put Sion Mills On Top
Andy McFarlane of Sion Mills thrilled the crowds with his tremendous batting power over a long number of years.
South of the Border - St Johnston Cricket Club
St Johnston CC was founded around the 1890s but it was not until the early 1920s that they came into prominence.
Aubrey Finlay of Ireland, Sion Mills and Strabane
He and another teenager, Brendan Donaghey, formed the youngest ever opening senior partnership in North West cricket.
Bowling Stars of the Past - RA Baird and W McGarvey
Two outstanding bowlers in the first part of the 20th century.
Three Greats of North West Cricket - Flood, Donaghey and Cochrane
Leg break bowler John Flood, gifted batsman Brendan Donaghey and star allrounder John Cochrane.
Batting Stars of the Past - P McLaughlin and RW Taylor
Two great North West batsmen of the 1930s and 1940s.
Prominent City of Derry Cricketer Angus Platt
Angus Platt was an outstanding spin bowler and a member of a well known family, whose name is synonymous with the famous City of Derry Cricket Club.
The Year the North West Senior Cup went South
Perhaps the most memorable North West Senior Cup final of the post war period was the 1959 Donemana - St Johnston final.
The era when Shearer hit them for six
Many cricket enthusiasts in the North West of Ireland say that EDR Shearer was the greatest batsman to grace the local cricket scene.
Cricket in the North West pre and post World War I
When war against Germany broke out in early August 1914, the North West of Ireland cricket programme for the season was virtually completed.
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