Oman Pentangular T20I Series

Oman Pentangular T20I Series

Oman is set to host a Pentangular T20I tournament, to be played from 5-10 October 2019, which will involve hosts Oman, Ireland, Nepal, Netherlands and Hong Kong.

Each side will play four T20 Internationals before they head to the United Arab Emirates for the 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier. Livescoring will be provided by ESPN Cricinfo here.

All games will be livestreamed via Oman Cricket’s Youtube channel, with details available closer to match days.


Ireland’s Oman fixtures

• 5 October: Ireland v Netherlands (Al Amerat Cricket Stadium in Muscat, 1.30pm*)
• 6 October: Oman v Ireland (Al Amerat Cricket Stadium in Muscat, 9.30am*)
• 7 October: Hong Kong v Ireland (Al Amerat Cricket Stadium in Muscat, 1.30pm*)
• 9 October: Ireland v Nepal (Al Amerat Cricket Stadium in Muscat, 9.30am*)

        * All start times quoted are in local Oman time.


The squad for the Oman series is:

• Gary Wilson (Northern Knights) (Captain)
• Mark Adair (Northern Knights)
• Andrew Balbirnie (Leinster Lightning)
• Gareth Delany (Leinster Lightning)
• George Dockrell (Leinster Lightning)
• Shane Getkate (Northern Knights)
• Barry McCarthy (Leinster Lightning)
• Kevin O’Brien (Leinster Lightning)
• Boyd Rankin (North West Warriors)
• Simi Singh (Leinster Lightning)
• Paul Stirling (Middlesex)
• Harry Tector (Northern Knights)
• Stuart Thompson (North West Warriors)
• Lorcan Tucker (Leinster Lightning)
• Craig Young (North West Warriors)

Latest News

5 October 2019: Ireland begins Oman T20I series with a confident win over Netherlands
4 October 2019: Shane Getkate’s fondness for Muscat and bowling that last over at Malahide
2 October 2019: Gareth Delany on opening, being new to touring life and a whirlwind 2019
1 October 2019: Oman to use DRS in 5-nation series
1 October 2019: Graham Ford on preparations for Oman and the World Cup Qualifier
26 September 2019: Squad announced for Oman Series and ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier
3 September 2019: Five nation T20 series announced in lead up to World Cup Qualifier