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Before Sunday's 3rds game against Castleknock, David Gray presented Anish Pillai with his trophy for taking the most catches in 2013.






The 2nds game against Ring Common 1st on Saturday was cancelled, with Ring Common apparently unable to field a team.

Sandyford 3rds faced their Castleknock equivalent on Sunday in Marlay. Put in to bat, Castleknock were dismissed for 138 with Anand Joshi taking 5 wickets but despite being 55-03 at one stage, Sandyford collapsed to 88 ao. Adrian Humphreys played his last game for the club, but signed off by ending the Castleknock innings with a catch. The Marlay Fox also played on his final game as 3rd team captain.

 Anand Joshi who took 6 wickets

Anand Joshi whose 5 wickets were not enough to beat Castleknock 3rds 



Last Updated (Monday, 15 September 2014 14:11)


A great win in their final game of the season for the 1sts over Castleknock 1 in Marlay Park. Batting first the visitors were dismissed for 128 and which Sandyford chased down for the loss of 3 wickets, with Rahman Jaberkhal continuing his good form with another unbeaten 50. Srikanth Boddu made 25 which leaves him 2 runs short of 1000 runs for the season.

A much need win for the 3rds in the club's first visit to the greyhound field in Dundalk. Ravinder Singh won the toss and put Dundalk in to bat and they were dismissed for 69 with Sankar Indraganti taking 6 wickets and Gurmeet Singh 4 catches. Sandyford reached the total for the loss of 4 wickets.


Sandyford 3rds: Back row l/r Sankar Indraganti, Chris Keene, Rhys Waters, Rajkumar Bhasin, Jamie Stackpoole, Cliff Kennedy, Anand Joshi. Front row: James L Kelly, Adrian Humphreys, Ravi Singh and Gurmeet Singh. 

The 2nds made it a grand sweep of victories for the weekend at Marlay Park by beating Leinster 5ths by 3 wickets. The visitors made 101 and despite being 35-04 at one stage, a quick-fire 49* from Amandeep Sahota steadied the nerves. Srikanth Boddu took 4 wickets and may also have scored his 1000th run of the season but that remains unconfirmed.

Last Updated (Sunday, 07 September 2014 20:56)


Srikanth Boddu continued his amazing form with yet another 50, this time for Sandyford 2nds against Swords 1. Batting first the northsiders made 155 which Sandyford chased down for the loss of 5 wickets thanks to a century stand between Lineesh Ramachandran (34) and Srikanth (77), who has now scored over 900 runs this season. The 3rd wicket stand of 102 was a record stand for the 2nds, beating previous best of 100 set in 2007. 

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A great win for the 1sts over Rush 1 at home on Sunday. The visitors made a modest 115 all out which Sandyford chased down for the loss of 3 wickets, with Srikanth scoring 43 and Rahman 42 not out.

A nine man 3rds team lost to Dundrum by 163 runs. Batting first Dundrum made 265-9 (including 4 run outs) with one of their batsmen, Amith Sharma, scoring a century while Gurmeet Singh took 3 wickets. Sandyford made 102 all out, with Jamie Stackpoole top scoring with 21*.



Lineesh Ramachandran who along with Srikanth Boddu put on a record third wicket stand of 102 for the 2nds against Swords 1 

Last Updated (Monday, 01 September 2014 15:41)


A disappointing result for the 1st against Railway Union. Batting first the opposition made 153, with Amandeep claiming 4 wickets, but Sandyford fell 72 runs short of the total.

Despite yet another 50 by Srikanth Boddu, the 2nds were well beaten by Terenure. Sandyford made 116 ao in its innings which Terenure knocked off in only 11 overs for the loss of 2 wickets. 

Last Updated (Monday, 25 August 2014 09:16)

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