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.


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


Grosvenor GS won by 19 runs.