Raymond Curry has confirmed he's leaving Bonds Glen and will be playing at Donemana in the Premiership next season.

The all-rounder, who turns 20 later this month, is one of the rising stars of North West cricket, and his signing is a major boost for Donemana.

"I've signed for Donemana as I believe I can help strengthen the team and want to be challenging for every cup," Curry told CricketEurope.

"There’s no better team that’s won it all. I hope playing beside quality, experienced players will also be beneficial for me and help me improve my game.

"I'm hoping for a successful season with plenty of cups in the trophy cabinet!

"I'd like to thank Bonds Glen for my time there. I enjoyed my cricket and winning the Championship with them in 2022 was one my highlights. I wish them all the best next year."

Curry is a top-order left-handed batsman and medium-pace right-arm bowler who has played international youth cricket for Ireland at all levels.

He has also been a regular in the Future Warriors squads, but has yet to play at senior interprovincial level.