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McBrine the catalyst for Warriors victory

Thursday, 29 June 2017

McBrine the catalyst for Warriors victory thumbnailThe North West Warriors in action.

An unbeaten half century from Andy McBrine was the catalyst for the North West Warriors' 25-run win over Munster Reds at Eglinton.

The skipper's 52 from 25 balls included 4 fours and a six from the last five deliveries of the home side's innings that allowed them to post 142 for 5 from their 20 overs.

Spinner Harry Tector had earlier returned figures of 4-21 to reduce the Warriors to 62-5 after 12 overs before McBrine and his Donemana captain Ricky-Lee Dougherty added an unbroken 80 from just 49 balls late on.

David Rankin's 26 and 19 from Graham Kennedy was the best of the top order, but the visitors' reply started equally poorly as David Scanlon (3-19) picked up the wickets of both openers, Jamie Grassi and Jack Tector, in his first over.

Two wickets apiece for Johnny Thompson, Andy Britton and Steve Lazars then had the Reds reduced to 60-6 before David Delany threatened to haul them back into it.

The Clontarf man's 25 along with Harry Tector (11) added 37 for the 7th wicket but once Delany was caught on the boundary by William McClintock off Andy Britton, the game was up.

Next up for the Warriors is Leinster Lightning at Bready on Sunday week in the 50-over format while it's another four weeks now before both teams are back in T20 action.  

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