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Clare Shillington joins coaching staff as girls winter training camps announced

Clare Shillington joins coaching staff as girls winter training camps announced

January 31st 2019 | International, Women, Youth

DUBLIN – Cricket Ireland has today announced the Under-19s and Under-15s girls winter training squads ahead of a big season for cricket in Ireland.

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13th IUCA Indoor Intervarsity set to begin this week

13th IUCA Indoor Intervarsity set to begin this week

January 30th 2019 | International, Other

The 13th annual Irish Universities Indoor Intervarsity competition starts this Friday, this weekend at Ulster University Jordanstown. The 'IUCA Indoors' began in 2006 and last year National University of Ireland Galway beat hosts Ulster University.

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Ireland Wolves finish tour of Sri Lanka with gutsy loss in Colombo

Ireland Wolves finish tour of Sri Lanka with gutsy loss in Colombo

January 29th 2019 | International, Other

COLOMBO – The Ireland Wolves have scored more than 300 runs in a run chase for the second time in the current one-day series, but have fallen to defeat by 101 runs against a rampant Sri Lanka A at the R. Premadasa Stadium in Sri Lanka.

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Stirling to captain Ireland T20 squad, new faces named for upcoming Oman and Afghanistan series

Stirling to captain Ireland T20 squad, new faces named for upcoming Oman and Afghanistan series

January 28th 2019 | International

DUBLIN – Cricket Ireland has today named four squads that will compete in a Quadrangular tournament in Oman in February, and play a nine-match, multi-format series against Afghanistan in India starting on 21 February.

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Fernando fireworks - and final five overs - sink Ireland Wolves in Colombo

Fernando fireworks - and final five overs - sink Ireland Wolves in Colombo

January 26th 2019 | International, Other

COLOMBO – As the Sri Lankan senior team were falling to a heavy defeat to Australia, Sri Lanka A’s Avishka Fernando put forward his credentials for higher honours as he struck a second century in four innings, as his side completed a 202-run victory over Ireland Wolves at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground in Sri Lanka.

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Waldron raises the bar…as well as the finger

Waldron raises the bar…as well as the finger

January 25th 2019 | International, Women, Other

Playing at a World Cup in the Caribbean one month...umpiring national finals in Australia the next. Mary Waldron's umpiring aspirations continue to grow as she stands in the Cricket Australia Under-18 National Championship Final this week.

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New era begins for women’s cricket as senior international and Academy squads named

New era begins for women’s cricket as senior international and Academy squads named

January 25th 2019 | International, Coaching, Women, Other

DUBLIN – Cricket Ireland today announced the senior women international and Academy squads for 2019 - marking the start of a new era for the sport after what became a watershed year in 2018.

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Harry Tector century, but Ireland Wolves beaten by rampant Sri Lanka A

Harry Tector century, but Ireland Wolves beaten by rampant Sri Lanka A

January 24th 2019 | International, Other

COLOMBO – Ireland Wolves captain Harry Tector scored his maiden century in a senior Irish side and shared a record fifth-wicket partnership with Shane Getkate, but it was not enough to defeat a rampant Sri Lankan side in the third 50-over match of a five-match series at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground in Sri Lanka.

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Boyd Rankin set to provide major boost for Inter-Provincial Series

Boyd Rankin set to provide major boost for Inter-Provincial Series

January 24th 2019 | International

DUBLIN – Ireland’s Test dual-international Boyd Rankin is set to provide a major boost to the Inter-Provincial Series when he begins his first full season in the competition playing for the North West Warriors in 2019, after officially ending a successful 11-year stint at Warwickshire County Cricket Club.

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“Big improvements individually” - Cassell sees plenty of positives from Wolves tour of Sri Lanka

“Big improvements individually” - Cassell sees plenty of positives from Wolves tour of Sri Lanka

January 23rd 2019 | International, Coaching, Other

DUBLIN – Rob Cassell, the Australian-born Assistant Coach of Ireland Men’s senior team, believes the future of Irish cricket will be bright after returning to Ireland from the Ireland Wolves tour of Sri Lanka this week.

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