THE SUCCESS CONTINUES FOR THE CLUB AS 4S WIN A DRAMATIC MINOR QUALIFYING CUP FINAL, WITH YOUNGSTERS LEADING THE WAY. IN ADDITION, THE UNDER 15S WON THE LEAGUE AFTER REGISTERING A 7TH CONSECUTIVE WIN TO REMAIN UNBEATEN. WELL DONE TO JOHN GLASS AND HIS CHARGES IN BOTH COMPETITIONS
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SECONDS ON THEIR JUNIOR CUP WIN
CONGRATULATIONS TO JACK MARTELLI FOR HIS “HAT TRICK” LAST WEEK
SUMMER SCHEME – HAS NOW ENDED
JUNIOR PRACTICE – LAST WEEK COMING UP, FINISHES ON WEDNESDAY 24 AUGUST
All roads lead to Muckamore this Saturday as our 2nd XI take on Cliftonville in the Junior Cup final
A huge weekend looms for the club as the 2nd XI prepare for their 3rd Junior Cup final in 5 years. Hopefully it’s third time lucky and we can bring home the trophy for the first time since 1992.
Cup finals are always a great occasion and they guys would very much appreciate the support if you made it along.
Mandatory Credit: Rowland White PressEye
Cricket: NCU Junior Cup Preview
Date: 2nd August 2016
The Northern Cricket Union’s Junior Cup, sponsored by GMcG Chartered Accountants will be contested on Saturday 6th August with Lisburn II’s taking on cup favourites Cliftonville.
Photograph shows Matthew McCord of Cliftonville and Ricky Finlay, Lisburn II’s with Tony Nicholl, Managing Partner of GMcG.
Mark Berry Knighted!
Huge congratulations to our very own Mark Berry on his call up for the latest round of Northern Knights matches. Reward for lots of hard work and we know he’ll do us proud.
Enjoy it Mark!
McLean Bookmakers betting on Lisburn Cricket Club
With no fewer than three teams preparing for various cup final matches, Lisburn cricket club is delighted to announce we have just renewed our sponsorship deal with McLean Bookmakers.
The company has more than 60 shops, including two in the city, which makes it the largest independent betting chain in Northern Ireland, and managing director Paul McLean said he was delighted to confirm new financial backing at a time when the club was entering such a crucial and exciting stage of the season.
He declared: “The set up at Wallace Park is hugely impressive. The enthusiasm and the spirit throughout the club is excellent. So much time and effort is invested in the young players and clearly Lisburn is looking to the future.”
The 1stX1 will play either Waringstown or North Down in the final of the NCU T20. The 2nds are down to meet Cliftonville in the final of the Junior Cup and the 4ths will play BISC in the Minor Qualifying cup final. The under 15’s reached this year’s Graham Cup final.
This is the second season that the BetMcLean logo has appeared on Lisburn’s shirts and the agreement followed talks between Mr McLean and senior Lisburn vice-president Dean Simpson, a former club chairman.
He said: “We are absolutely thrilled with the arrangement. BetMcLean support is crucial as we invest in our club structures, especially the youth section. Lisburn is the second oldest club in Ireland with a wonderful history and a great playing record.
“We have to ensure we play at the highest level and that success is maintained and therefore this sort of financial backing is one of the key factors to make sure standards do not drop”
SUMMER COACHING ARRANGEMENTS
The youth committee has decided to run some afternoon sessions to complement the evening sessions currently available to members. These sessions will be open to all, at a cost of £4 per youth per session.
With the weather forecast quite average this week and the public holidays dominating next week, these sessions will kick off on w/c 18th July.
Tuesdays – 2-4 pm – Under 12s (open to those in Year 8 and below)
Wednesdays – 2-4pm – Over 12s (open to those in Year 9 and above)
Thursdays – 2-4 – both groups
Anyone wishing to attend, simply bring £4 with them each day and enjoy the session. No obligation whatsoever – the evening sessions continuing as normal – but the kids might enjoy the fun planned for these afternoons.
Any questions can be directed to Michael Foster.