• Captain: Greg Ford
  • Overseas professional: Matt Pollard
  • Players in: Cameron Rowe, Sam Willemse, Waqar Azmat, Emad Uddin, Bilal Iqbal
  • Players out: Nathan Rooney
  • Young players to watch: Eoin Birch, Sam Willemse, Steven Harper, Brian Dunphy

The defending champions aren't content with one Premier League crown. They have tasted success and want more silverware as they look to build strong structures throughout the club.

2022 was undoubtedly the best year in the clubs history with the first team winning the premier league at the first time of asking, as well as promotion for the seconds and thirds, plus the launching  of Women’s cricket in the club.

Promising South African bowling all-rounder Matt Pollard is their overseas player, while the additions of Cameron Rowe, Sam Willmse, Waqa Azmat, Emad Uddin, and Bilal Iqbal will strengthen the playing base.

Nathan Rooney is the only first team departure from last season.

"The focus is now firmly on the 2023 season and the players are chomping at the bit to get going," said a club spokesperson.

"At the start of last season, first team captain Greg Ford said that any team in the league could win it or anyone could be relegated and this season will be no different with eight very strong teams  and games will be as exciting as always in the Leinster Premier division. 

"The buzz about the club is amazing and with the 3 lane indoor centre hopefully complete before the end of the year , we’re hoping that 2023 is another memorable year for the club. 

"The players have wintered well, we have lot of young players such as Cian Rooney, Druhan and Kaelin Knight, Aadi Wankhade, Brian Dunphy, Ryan Keenan, Fionn Bannister and Jose O’Carroll , who we hope to see moving up the grades within the club. 

"In terms of the 1s and 2s Squad , we have had a few guys training with Leinster Lightning all winter and young gun Eoin Birch is just back from South Africa with the Irish U19s, so we have guys who are ready to hit the ground running. 

"We welcome some strong players into the club who are all looking forward to pulling on the navy and blue and working with Andre Botha."