by Peter Gough June 08, 2016 1 min read

The nominations for the 2014 Cricket Ireland Awards have been announced and we're very pleased to say that The Stove Yard sponsored Carrickfergus Cricket Club has earned a nomination for the Tildenet Club of the Year after their first team won an impressive four titles, including the RSA National Cup. The club also celebrated league wins with the 2nd, 4th and U15 teams in the Club's most successful year ever. The winners of all the awards will be announced on Monday 10th November, so watch this space – we're all batting for you lads.Photo shows: Carrickfergus Cricket Club's First Team with their four trophies – Section 1 League Champions, RSA National Cup, O'Neill's Ulster Shield and the T20 Trophy.


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