The last of this season’s Ulster Bank League awards has been arranged for the above date and address. Coffee will be available from 9am in the restaurant on the ground floor and the presentations will start at 9.30am.

The period being reviewed is from Monday, August 1 to the end of the season.

The criteria for awards are, of course, confined to the four sections of the NCU Senior League and go to players who score a century, take six wickets or perform a hat trick.

I would be most grateful if you can advise winners within your club of the arrangements and let me know who will be representing the club on the day: preferably, of course, the player himself. It makes life easier all round if you can inform me in advance.

My email address is robinwalsh@utvinternet.comand my telephone numbers are (028) 91 852709 (home) and 077 33 100 821 (mobile).

I have collated the following winners from the NCU website and if there are any omissions you might be kind enough to let me know.
Please remember it’s league only, and the four sections of the Senior League at that.

Ulster Bank Premier League:
Sept 10:  R McConkey (Lisburn) 4-48 including hat trickv Waringstown.
Sept 3:  R Haire (North Down) 6 for 10and a hat trick.Neil Russell (North Down) 103 v CIYMS.
R Keates (Muckamore) 6-10 v Bangor.

August 27:  Y Tillakaratne (Lisburn) 4-39 including hat trickv Bangor.
August 20:  T Khan (North Down) 121 not out v Instonians.
August 13:  R McCann (Instonians) 137 v CIYMS.
R Gelderbloem (Carrick) 108 not out v Lisburn.
August 6:  R Ervine (Lisburn) 5-18 including hat trick4 wkts in 4 balls.

Ulster Bank League Section 1:
August 27:  P Tate (Downpatrick) 107 v Holywood.
N Godbole (Lurgan) 101 v Dundrum.
August 20:  C Lewis (Derriaghy) 130 v Millpark.
August 13:  J Magowan (Downpatrick) 105 v Dundrum.
D Heasley (Lurgan) 6-23 v Millpark.

Ulster Bank League Section 2:
August 28:  R Busi (BISC) 6-40 v Dunmurry.
August 7:  C Busby (Templepatrick) 4-6 including hat trickv Dunmurry.

Ulster Bank League Section 3:
August 6:  S Forsythe (Dungannon) 113 v Cregagh.