News

David Clark
19th March 2014
Ireland are in pole position to win Group B and qualify for the Super 10 stage of the World Twenty20 after a 21-run Duckworth/Lewis victory over United Arab Emirates.
Rob Barnett
14th March 2014
Haseeb Amjad’s stunning six wickets ensured Hong Kong continued their impressive preparation for the World Twenty20, which starts on Sunday, with a second win in two warm-up games, beating Netherlands by 27 runs.
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12th March 2014
World Twenty20 debutants Hong Kong secured a significant scalp with a dramatic last-ball victory in their warm-up match against Zimbabwe.
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23rd February 2014
Half-centuries from openers Dwayne Smith and Kieran Powell helped West Indies beat Ireland by four wickets in the one-day international at Sabina Park in Kingston.
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21st February 2014
Ireland were denied an historic first series victory over-full member opposition after falling short when chasing just 97 to win the second Twenty20 international against West Indies in Jamaica.
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19th February 2014
Ireland earned a famous six-wicket win over West Indies in the first of two Twenty20 internationals at Sabina Park.
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13th February 2014
Twenty20 captain Darren Sammy and destructive batsmen Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels are all back from injury in West Indies’ squads to face Ireland.
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15th December 2013
Recently retired Ireland captain Trent Johnston will remain at the heart of the country’s international cricket operation after accepting a new dual role.
Rob Barnett
13th December 2013
John Mooney’s 10 match wickets saw Ireland retain the Intercontinental Cup and become the first team to win three International Cricket Council competitions in a season.
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7th December 2013
Ireland coach Phil Simmons has agreed a two-year contract extension that will see him remain in charge until the end of the 2015 domestic season.