130 YEARS OF CRICKET IN Y.M.C.A.
1890 - Cricket Club Formed. Played on hired grounds.
1911 - Claremont Road acquired.
1922 - Practice net purchased for £9.15
1930 - 1st XI Intermediate League winners.
1934 - Senior League admission.
1955 - Won the Leinster Senior League for the 1st time. (5 wins to date).
1977 - T.A.Dunlop became President of the Irish Cricket Union.
- Joint Winners of the Leinster Senior Overs League.
1982/83 - W.I.Lewis became President of the Leinster Cricket Union.
1984 - Won the Leinster Senior Cup for the 1st time. (9 wins to date).
- D.A.Lewis, 1st YM & Irish born player to score 1000 runs in a Leinster season and wins the Marchant Cup for batting and Samuels Cup as best all-rounder.
1986 - Winners of the Leinster Senior League, Senior Cup & Alan Murray Cup.
K.R.Bailey wins the Hopkins Cup for top wicket-keeper in Leinster.
T.Sullivan wins the O'Grady Cup for bowling.
J.D.Garth wins Samuels Cup for top all-rounder.
1987 - Won the Leinster Senior Cup & shared the Wiggins Teape League for the 2nd time.
1988 - Won the Leinster Senior Cup.
1989 - W.I.Lewis became President of the Irish Cricket Union.
1990 - Winners of the Leinster Senior League, Senior Cup & Alan Murray Cup.
J.D.Garth wins the Samuels Cup for top all-rounder for the 2nd time.
1991 - Won the Leinster Senior Cup (6th time in 8 years), Alan Murray Cup & shared the Wiggins Teape.
D.A.Lewis scores 1000 runs in a season and wins Samuels Cup both for the 2nd time.
1992 - A.R.Dunlop scores a 1000 runs in a season for the 1st time. Also collects the Marchant Cup for batting & Samuels Cup for best all-rounder.
1993 - Winners of the Leinster Senior League, Wiggins Teape League Cup (joint winners 3 times previously) & Alan Murry Cup for the 4th time.
A.R.Dunlop again scores a 1000 runs in a season and wins both the Marchant Cup & Samuels Cup for the 2nd time in a row.
1994 - A unique personal & club achievement was to provide Ireland's Captains at both Ladies and Gentleman's level. Miriam Grealey & Alan Lewis.
Winners of the Leinster Senior Cup.
D.A.Lewis wins Marchant Cup for the 2nd time.
1995 - A.R.Dunlop scores a 1000 runs in a season for the 3rd time.
2001 - Winners of the Leinster Senior Cup.
2002 - Winners of the Leinster Senior Cup for the 9th time.
2005 - A New Beginning. Y.M.C.A. moves into a new pavilion and clubhouse.
2008 - A.C.Vincent becomes President of the Leinster Cricket Union.
2009 - A.C.Vincent becomes President of Cricket Ireland.
Winners of the Leinster Senior League - Section B (Promoted to the New L.C.U. Division 1 League for 2010)
2011 - Claremont Road hosts to U19 World Cup Quaifiers as Vanautu play Nambia and Nepal.
Storm Trophy Cup Final (formely the Senior 2 Cup) held in Claremont Road as Merrion 2nds beat Clontarf 2nds.
2012 - Claremont Road holds it's first ever Leinster Senior Cup Final, as Clontarf beat Pembroke on Sat (Mon) 28th/30th July by 6 Wkts.
1st XI win Alan Murray T20 Cup.
L.C.Cole wins Hopkins Cup for top Wkt-Keeper in Leinster for the 1st time.
YMCA 3rd XI win League (Division 5) & Middle Cup Double.
A.C.Vincent becomes temporary President of Cricket Ireland for the 2nd time.
Claremont Road plays host to 2 ODI's as Ireland Women take on both Pakistan & Bangladesh.
YM U13A Team beat hosts Bready CC to win the All Ireland U13 Cup.
2013 - YMCA 1st XI defeat Pembroke to win RSA Leinster Senior Cup (10th time) at Claremont Road. J.P.Bray scores 130* in Final.
YMCA 3rd XI win League Division 5, their 4th successive league promotion (2010-2013).
YM U13s defeat Bready CC & U11s defeat Instonians to win All-Ireland Cup Finals.
D.Trent Johnston becomes 1st ever Leinster Lightning Player/Coach in re-vamped Inter-Provincial Series. Albert Van der Merwe & Simmi Singh selected for Squad.
Claremont Road named as home ground & base to the Irish Womens International Team under coach Jeremy P.Bray. Hosts Womens International T20 qualifers, semi-finals & Final.
YM Womens 1st XI return to senior cricket and win League Division 2 and Junior Cup.
Lucy O'Reilly selected as youngest ever senior Irish Womens International, aged 13.
2020- YMCA 1st XI Defeat Railway Union to win the LHW Financial Planning Leinster Senior Cup and win the Clear Currency All Ireland T20 Cup for the first time
YMCA 3s reach the Middle Cup Final but fall to Merrion 3s in Anglesea Road
YMCA Boys U19 defeat Clontarf to win the U19 League back to back
YMCA Boys Colts complete the League and Cup double defeating Leinster in both finals in Claremont Road
YMCA Girls Colts win the U15 Cup
YMCA Ladies 2s win the Sprint Coatings Division 2 League