Domestic Cup Competitions

ISC and NC

Clear Currency Irish Senior Cup

The Irish Senior Cup is the Premier All-Ireland Club cricket competition, featuring the leading club sides from across the four main Provincial Unions.  The trophy is named after Bob Kerr, former Chairman and President of the Irish Cricket Union. The competition is currently played on a 50-over knock-out format, and played between 28 teams.

The official competition hashtag is: #ISC2019

Latest News:

Clear Currency Irish Senior Cup Final date change: Read here

Previous winners

2018 Waringstown beat Merrion by 85 runs.
2017 Waringstown beat The Hills by 4 wickets.
2016 Merrion beat Waringstown by 56 runs.
2015 Waringstown beat Merrion by 5 wickets.
2014 The Hills beat Clontarf by 9 runs.
2013 Clontarf beat Merrion by 6 wickets.
2012 The Hills beat Merrion by 8 wickets.
2011 Waringstown beat Instonians by 21 runs.
2010 Merrion beat Railway Union by 36 runs.
2009 Leinster beat Donemana by 27 runs.
2008 North County beat Donemana by 53 runs.
Full winners list and scorecards here

 

Clear Currency National Cup

The National Cup is an All-Ireland Club cricket competition, played between the next tier of club sides who did not qualify for the Irish Senior Cup.  The competition first year was in 2012, and is currently played on a 40-over knock-out format, between 32 teams across all five Provincial Unions.

The official competition hashtag is: #NC2019

Latest News:

Railway Union and Ardmore advance to Clear Currency National Cup Final: Read here

Previous winners

2018 Rush beat Limerick by 26 runs.
2017 Malahide beat Terenure by 17 runs.
2016 Rush beat Laois by 9 wickets.
2015 Rush beat Drummond by 2 wickets.
2014 Carrickfergus beat Killyclooney by 120 runs.
2013 Malahide beat Derriaghy by 46 runs.
2012 Muckamore beat Balbriggan by 3 wickets.
Full scorecards here

 

Sunday Independent All-Ireland T20 Cup

The Sunday Independent All-Ireland T20 Cup began in 2017. The competition features the winners of the four Provincial T20 club competitions who play two semi-finals followed by a final.

The official competition hashtag is: #AIT20

Previous winners

2018 Waringstown beat Clontarf by 7 runs.
2017 Clontarf beat Waringstown by 10 runs.
Full scorecards here

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