CRICKET: Belfast schools dominate cup semi-finals

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The semi-finals of the Ulster Bank Schools’ Cup will be all-Belfast affairs.

Holders Belfast Royal Academy will play Campbell College and RBAI will entertain Grosvenor Grammar School.

Inst booked the last place with an overwhelming eight-wicket win over Limavady Grammar School at the weekend, scoring the required 80

to win in just 7.1 overs.

In earlier quarter-final ties, BRA defeated Foyle College by five wickets, Campbell College by four wickets over Ballymena Academy and Grosvenor Grammar School by 19 runs against Down High School.

Scores:

Limavady GS 79 all out (D Whitten 5-9). RBAI 84 for 2 in 7.1 overs (J Hume 54).

RBAI won by 8 wickets.

Foyle College 97 (F Collins 4-12). BRA 111 for 5 (F Collins 32).

BRA won by 5 wickets.

Ballymena Academy 154 for 8 (J Glass 68, J Brown 26, A McCormick 4-14). Campbell College 156-6 (P Beverland 89 not out, O Dick 3-24).

Campbell won by 4 wickets.

Grosvenor GS 134-8 (M Johnston 33, S Nelson 30, C Maguire 3-25, C Power 2-19). Down High School 115 all out (C Power 31, A McCavera

(26).

Grosvenor GS won by 19 runs.