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A mixed weekend for the club with both the 1sts and 3rds in action. The 1sts were at home to Adamstown who were dismissed for 147, with Arun taking 4 wickets and Anto taking 3. The 1st made the total losing 7 wickets in the process for an excellent victory.


    Arun Kumar who took 4 wickets against Adamstown 

The 3rds travelled to Meath to play Knockharley. The home side batted first and put on 129-6 following tight bowling from all seven Sandyford bowlers, David Gray leading the way with 6-1-22-2. Sandyford never looked like making the total following the fall of early wickets and only Ihsan Ullah (19) and Arun Nambisan (10*)  made double figures, Sandyford being dismissed for 59.  


Last Updated (Sunday, 17 May 2015 13:39)


A first win of the season for Sandyford as the 2nds beat Merrion in their 20/20 game on Monday evening. Merrion made 149/06 from their overs which total Sandyford chased down with 2 balls remaining, with Nadeem Khan top-scoring on 37.

A good display on Tuesday by the 1st team saw them lose only on the 4th last ball to Dundrum in Wesley. Sandyford made 125/08 of its 20 overs with Nadeem top-scoring with 49. Dundrum lost 4 wickets in reply before making the total in the 20th over. 

Last Updated (Tuesday, 12 May 2015 20:59)


The 3rds game on Saturday was called off due to a flooded outfield.

The 1sts travelled to North County and batted  first and were dismissed for 113 (Derek McCormack 38) which the home side chased down for the loss of only 2 wickets.

Sunday saw the 2nds in action but the club continues to wait for the first win of the season as they went down by 30 runs to Greystones. The visitors made 186 (Amandeep taking 4 wickets) but despite 30 by Vinay, Sandyford fell short of the total. 


Last Updated (Sunday, 10 May 2015 19:12)


Ray Shimmins, Anto Burke and Paul O'Neill enjoying the splendid weather at the Ireland vs England cricket match in Malahide.




The indoor nets in Wesley College have now been extended for a further two Thursday until May 14 due to the poor weather not being suitable at the moment for outdoor nets. As usual they begin at 9.00.



Last Updated (Thursday, 07 May 2015 08:47)

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