Back in September 2019, Philip McCormick facilitated a workshop at Stormont for club grounds staff/workforce/volunteers and feedback was that the clubs would like more of these. Read more...
Cricket Ireland become ECL partner in boost for club cricket
The European Cricket League (ECL) and Cricket Ireland have announced that they have agreed a partnership that will see the winners of the Sunday Independent All-Ireland T20 Cup receive entry into the ECL - the Champions League of European cricket. This year it will be CIYMS from the NCU. Read more...
Cricket Development Officers (UU)
The Northern Cricket Union has partnered with Ulster University as part of the University's Sports Match Programme to match fund two part time cricket development posts on a 50:50 financial basis. Read more...
NCU Publish new Development Plan for 2014-18
The Northern Cricket Union (NCU) has published its new Development plan covering the years 2014-2018. In announcing its publication President Billy Boyd and Chairman Andy Clement commented that they hoped that, post publication, the new Development Plan will provide fresh impetus for all those involved in NCU cricket. Read more and to download a copy...
Player Clothing 2019 Coloured clothing will be used in the following competitions:
Challenge Cup, Irish Senior Cup, National Trophy, Ulster Cup, Ulster Shield, Twenty20 Cup, Twenty20 Trophy.
Predominantly white clothing will be used in the following competitions:
All League Competitions, Junior, Intermediate, Minor and Minor Qualifying Cups, Ulster Plate, Twenty20 Shield.
View Players Clothing Info 2019 (pdf)
Volunteering in Sport
Volunteering is an ideal way to get involved in sport, develop new skills and stay engaged in a sport. It can be a rewarding activity
which helps you to meet new people and take on new challenges through roles such as coaching or administration. Sports volunteering activities
The wide range of opportunities to get involved in sports volunteering includes:
organising events and competitions
Depending on your individual skills or interests, you can offer to volunteer in any of the above areas. Some of the most important attributes
include enthusiasm and interest.
For more information on volunteering in sport visit www.nidirect.gov.uk/sports-volunteering.
The Northern Cricket Union of Ireland is a Company Limited by Guarantee registered in Northern Ireland (Company Number NI 649724) and a Charity registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland (Charity Number NIC 106791) having its registered office at The Pavilion, Stormont Estate, Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, BT4 3TA.
If clubs or individuals have any articles / results / scorecards they would like published
on the NCU site then send them to Wylie McKinty
If you would like to become involved with the NCU, in any capacity, then get in contact
with the Union's General Secretary, Bryan Milford on email@example.com or alternatively contact any
NCU Board Member.