Expectations Are High for Next Season as Northern Cricket Union Robinson Services Premier League Season Ends on a High

The country’s biggest cricket league sponsored by one of the country’s biggest employers. Robinson Services, one of Northern Ireland’s largest Support Services ended recently with Lisburn winning the Premier League and crowned champions.
Robinson Services with its Head office in Antrim and other satellite office in Belfast are now in year 2 of a 3 year sponsorship deal with the Northern Cricket Union’s Premier and Senior Leagues. Robinson Services also sponsor the awards to players who score a century, take six wickets or perform a hat trick.
David Robinson Managing Director, Robinson Services had this to say on the end of the season:
“What an exceptional year and congratulations to Lisburn on their success as Premier League Champions, CIYMS on creating history by winning a first ever Irish Senior Cup and a well done is also in order for Derriaghy on winning Section One to progress to the Premier league next season. Laurelvale were crowned Section Two champions and in the cups it was a great success for CSNI II in the Junior cup and Cliftonville Academy in the Intermediate Cup.
Finally a shout out to Instonians III for a Minor Lindsay Cup win and Derriaghy III winning the Minor Qualifying Cup.
 We  are already very much looking forward to next season and seeing if Lisburn can repeat this success going forward but as we know everyone wants to beat the champions so they will once again need to bring their ‘A’ game to retain the trophy. .  a word of thanks also to everyone at the NCU and president Richard Johnson and we look forward to working with them in the future.”
Richard Johnson, President, Northern Cricket Union commented further: “Thanks once again to Robinson Services for their fantastic support and David’s love affair with cricket is well documented and clearly is reflected in his sponsorship deal for the Northern Cricket Union’s premier and senior leagues. We are delighted with this sponsorship and we look forward to seeing David hand the trophy over to our new worthy champions for next season once again”