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Irish Senior Cup

The Irish Senior Cup is the peak domestic men’s club cricket competition in Ireland.

Waringstown CC v Pembroke CC - Clear Currency Irish Senior Cup Final

The Competition

The Irish Senior Cup is the premier All-Ireland Club cricket competition, featuring the leading club sides from across the four main Provincial Unions.

The competition is currently played on a 50-over knock-out format, and played between 28 teams.

The official competition hashtag is: #ISC2024

The dates of the Cup Rounds in 2024  are:
  • Round 2: 9 June 2024
  • Quarter Finals: 30 June 2024
  • Semi Finals: 14 July 2024
  • Final: 17 August 2024

The 2024 Cup Reviews

Cup History

Irish Senior Cup Winners

The Irish Senior Cup was established in 1982 and is the mot highly-prize all-Ireland club cup competition in Ireland.

See who has won the Cup

The Bob Kerr Trophy

The prize for winners of the Irish Senior Cup is to see their name engraved on the most coveted prize in club cricket, the Bob Kerr Trophy.

Bob Kerr was Chairman of the Irish Cricket Union 2000-02 and president in 2004. He was a retired headmaster and a founder member and long-serving player with North Fermanagh.

Bob was a much-loved member of the cricketing community and it was a shock to his many friends and admirers when he died in Jamaica in 2007 just as Ireland’s players qualified for the World Cup Super-Eights. It was fitting too, as Bob had worked hard to bring Ireland to that place and would have enjoyed the journey they have taken since.

President Mary McAleese phoned the Irish party in the Caribbean to offer her sympathies, saying “Bob Kerr was a great champion of Irish cricket.”

In his honour, the Irish Senior Cup was renamed the Bob Kerr Trophy and that name will be attached to the prize for evermore.

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