Home draws for North West sides in Irish Senior Cup

Three north west sides have been handed home draws in the second round of cricket's Irish Senior Cup.

Two time winners from Leinster, The Hills, will come to Donemana who last lifted the cup in 2000.

Bready, beaten finalists in 1995, have home advantage over Pembroke, while Coleraine entertain four times winners Waringstown.

Brigade are the only north west side on the road, they will go to play NCU champions Instonians.

In the National Cup, Strabane have been drawn away to Cregagh while Newbuildings are the only side from the region to have a home tie in the second round as they host Knockharley.

The matches in both competitions will be played on Sunday June 11th, with the reserve date, if required, Sunday June 18.

IRISH SENIOR CUP DRAW
Donemana v The Hills
Coleraine v Waringstown
Bready v Pembroke
Instonians v Brigade
Lisburn v Balbriggan
CIYMS v YMCA
North Down v Phoenix
Merrion v Muckamore

IRISH NATIONAL CUP DRAW
Cregagh v Strabane
Derriaghy v Sion Mills
County Kerry v Bonds Glen/North Kildare
Midleton v Burndennett
Newbuildings v Knockharley
Malahide v Downpatrick
Rush v Killyclooney
Terenure v Limerick