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Dundrum Cricket Club

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Colours:  Maroon and Yellow
Home ground:  The Meadow
Founded:  1903
Established  1903
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Official website:  www.dundrumcc.btck.co.uk/

Dundrum cricket club


Dundrum Cricket Club is a cricket club in Dundrum, County Down, Northern Ireland, playing in Section 2 of the NCU Senior League.

Dundrum Cricket Club (DCC) was founded in 1903. The first clubhouse was a gift from Lord Downshire – it was in fact the late Lady Downshire’s studio as she was a keen artist and poet. The current clubhouse was opened in 1995 with the store being built in 2013. The club originally played in the East Down League until this folded in the early sixties. In 1964 the club joined the Northern Cricket Union (NCU).The First XI currently sit in the Ulster Bank Section 2 League of the NCU. There are over 50 Junior members

The Ground (known as The Meadow) in Dundrum nestles in a bend of the Moneycarragh River and with the backdrop of the Mourne Mountains must be one of the most attractive village grounds in Ireland. The grounds are always superbly maintained and the pavilion well presented.

References

Dundrum Cricket Club Wikipedia


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