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The final TWILC column for 2012, and indeed, the last one full stop. We all know very few people bother their arses reading this website, never mind the column, but we go out with a look back over the Bank … Continue reading
Apologies for the absence of the column for the last few weeks, which have been quite busy, so for a change TWILC becomes TMILC (This Month in Lisburn Cricket) as we recap on the action over the last 4 weeks … Continue reading
TWILC packed up the beach towels, the buckets and spades and the Factor20 and headed off to the sunny climes of Sandy Bay, Larne to take in the Junior Cup tie against Larne.
A busy weekend for TWILC which did a Ted Rogers at games featuring the 3s,2s and 1s. First up was the 3rd XI game against Waringstown up at the old alma mater, the Wallace High School, Lisburn’s premier educational establishment, … Continue reading
This Week in Lisburn Cricket ushered in the new season by taking a trip to Comber for the opening 2nd XI fixture with North Down 2s, and enjoyed some entertaining fare by way of a nail-biting game, some banter from … Continue reading
TWILC emerges from its winter hibernation to bring an update on things around the club, breaks the news of the signing of the new professional, and takes a trip to the Odyssey with a few other NCU lads to watch … Continue reading
LISBURN CRICKET CLUB HOLDS AGM AND AWARDS NIGHT On Saturday 29th October, Lisburn Cricket Club held its 175th Annual General Meeting, and its annual Players Awards Night.
“A HISTORY OF THE NCU CHALLENGE CUP 1887-2011” This new book will go to print in October and will be available for sale at the end of the same month. In addition to being a collector’s item for local cricket … Continue reading
TWILC enjoyed a final game of the season at the fortress that is Wallace Park, watching the 2s take on and defeat Waringstown, before retiring to enjoy the banter at the end of season do in the Cecil Walker pavilion … Continue reading
This Week In Lisburn Cricket enjoyed a long, noisy, enjoyable, but unfortunately unsuccessful Ulster Plate Final at Wallace Park were the chant of “You’ll never beat the Foxies” ran true once again for Lisburn CC.