Our mens team had a good start to the season winning a challenge match against neighbouring club Castleknock CC on 20th March 2016 by 64 runs. Match stats below:
Tcc 143/10 28 overs
Ccc 79/10 19 overs
Tcc win by 64 runs
Best batting figures
Raj Kumar 14(12)
Kumar Varma 14 not out
Sai 3/5 3overs
Gopi 2/8 3 overs
2015 has been a super year so far for Tyrrelstown CC Men’s team with the team recording their first competitive wins this season.
On 21st June the team won their first Minor Cup match against Merrion CC 8 by 9 runs .
Next up on the 12th July were Civil Service CC. Despite a poor start losing an early wicket 28/1 in 3 overs followed by 45/5 in 9 overs the team went on to win the match on a final score of 158 all out in 38 overs. There was some outstanding bowling in this match with Bharath taking no less than 6 wickets.
These wins have put our team through to the semi finals of the Minor 2 Cup competition, a great achievement for our team. This match is against Carlow who have been performing very strongly all season and will be played on Sunday 9th August at Swords CC.
Best of luck lads!
Our men’s team have been very active in recent weeks playing a number of challenge matches and organising some indoor training at Tyrrelstown Community Centre.
They have recorded two wins so far against Swords CC and Adamstown CC. We are always looking for new players, experienced players and beginners are all welcome. If you would like to find out more please contact us at email@example.com
We continued with children’s indoor training in Tyrrelstown Community Centre and were delighted to have Clare Shillington back with us as Head Coach. The indoor training has now finished up for the Easter break but we will be back in May. Full details will be announced here and on our Facebook Page
Claire Clifford, Sinead Webb and Kumar Varma Rudraraju with Paul Reynolds from Cricket Leinster during the site visit to our new ground with Fingal County Council
We met with representatives from Fingal County Council and Cricket Leinster in January to discuss the requirements for our new ground in Tyrrelstown Park. Our ground will be located to the North of the lake on the West side of the park. The plan is that the topsoil from building the new second level school will be used to create our ground and also to provide GAA and soccer playing pitches in the Park. It is hoped that we will have our ground within 12-18 months.
Our adult volunteers have also been busy over the Winter completing various training courses.
Coaching – Sinead, our Youth Development Officer is currently working on achieving the Cricket Ireland Certificate in Coaching Children. This course involves several months of work including attending training days along with various e-learning modules. In addition Sinead has also completed a Childrens Officer training course in February.
Umpiring – Claire, our Secretary and Kumar, our Chairperson, along with men’s team member Prakash attended an Introduction to the Laws of Cricket course run by Peter Thew from Cricket Leinster in Tyrrelstown Community Centre. We were delighted to be joined by some members of our neighbouring club Ashbourne Cricket Club who are also a new developing club. This course is an introductory course for Umpires and will be followed up by a Level 1 Umpiring course.
First Aid – Sinead and Claire attended a basic First Aid training course on 30th March which was organised by Cricket Leinster and held at the Order of Malta Headquarters in Ballsbridge.
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We are delighted to invite teams to participate in our 2013 Indoor Cricket Blitz on Sunday 24th November. If you are interested in entering a team, or would like further information please email email@example.com
Congratulations to our Under 9’s who took part in the Kwik-Cricket event during the break at the Ireland v England ODI at Malahide on Tuesday 3rd September.
The children really enjoyed the experience of playing at at international standard cricket ground. Thanks to Cricket Ireland, Cricket Leinster and Fingal County Council for their support.