Bready Cricket Club have been competing at various levels in the North West leagues for some 80 years, and this weekend the Magheramason outfit has the opportunity to be crowned senior champions for the first time in their history.
Brigade have the upper hand after day one of this year’s Bank of Ireland Senior Cup final - however, a late fightback by Eglinton means there is plenty of life in the game yet ahead of today’s scheduled continuation.
It’s the summer that keeps on giving as far as North West cricket is concerned and after a feast of Interprovincial cricket through the week, there was plenty of quality domestic action in glorious weather on Saturday.
Some indifferent weather around the North West failed to dampen the spirits of the local cricket fraternity over the weekend as a hectic schedule started with some cracking action in both league and cup.
There are a busy few days upcoming for the North West cricket fraternity starting today (Friday) when the North West Warriors entertain Leinster Lightning in an Interprovincial T20 cup game at Bready (5pm).
An all-action day of Long’s SuperValu Premiership cricket on Saturday finished with reigning champions Donemana ending Brigade’s unbeaten start to the season while gritty Ardmore did likewise to Bready at the Bleachgreen.