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IPC Day Two: Tector ton gives Knights upper hand before McLoughlin-Gavin fightback

IPC Day Two: Tector ton gives Knights upper hand before McLoughlin-Gavin fightback

July 31st 2019 | International

PEMBROKE CRICKET CLUB - A brilliant hundred from Harry Tector ensured that the Northern Knights posted a highly competitive total, while Cormac McLoughlin-Gavin added 82* late in the day to get Leinster Lightning back in the hunt by the end of the day’s play at Sydney Parade.

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Murtagh makes the Honours Board…officially!

Murtagh makes the Honours Board…officially!

July 31st 2019 | International

LORD'S - The MCC has formally added Tim Murtagh's name to the Away Team Honours Board at the Home of Cricket following his fantastic bowling performance during the recent Test Match.

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IPC Day One: Rain interrupts play but match evenly poised

IPC Day One: Rain interrupts play but match evenly poised

July 30th 2019 | International

It was honours even between Leinster Lightning and Northern Knights after the first day of their Test Triangle Inter-Provincial Championship match lost playing time due to the weather. The Knights finished the day on 136-4, after only 43 overs were able to be bowled.

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PREVIEW: Will Lightning fight back or will Knights roll on?

PREVIEW: Will Lightning fight back or will Knights roll on?

July 29th 2019 | International

In a match that will see seven members of the recent Test squad from Lord's return to red-ball domestic cricket action, Leinster Lightning will face off with Northern Knights in the Test Triangle Inter-Provincial Championship at Pembroke Cricket Club starting Tuesday.

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The Dragons crowned 2019 Toyota Super 3s champions!

The Dragons crowned 2019 Toyota Super 3s champions!

July 29th 2019 | International, Women, Youth

Coming into the last round of the competition, the Dragons had been undefeated throughout. Despite two losses on the last day of the competition, the defending champions lifted the trophy and became the first side to claim back-to-back titles.

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Dragons enter final round of Toyota Super 3s in unassailable position, but still plenty to play for

Dragons enter final round of Toyota Super 3s in unassailable position, but still plenty to play for

July 27th 2019 | International, Women

DUBLIN - The final round of the Toyota Super 3s will be a T20 tripleheader at YMCA Cricket Club, and while the Dragons have an unbeatable lead after their near-perfect season to date, with the ICC Women's T20 World Cup Qualifier around the corner there is plenty to play for.

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Under-19s in convincing opening win over Jersey

Under-19s in convincing opening win over Jersey

July 26th 2019 | International

The Ireland Under-19s Men's team have started their ICC Under-19 World Cup Qualifier (Europe) campaign with a convincing 113-run victory over Jersey in The Hague today.

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Day Three: Ruthless England ends Ireland’s hopes of first Test victory

Day Three: Ruthless England ends Ireland’s hopes of first Test victory

July 26th 2019 | International

After wrapping up the England innings with the first ball of the day, Ireland succumbed to a special spell of new ball bowling from Chris Woakes and Stuart Broad on a cloudy morning under the floodlights at Lord’s.

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Day Two: Ireland fight back to leave Lord’s Test finely poised heading into third day

Day Two: Ireland fight back to leave Lord’s Test finely poised heading into third day

July 25th 2019 | International

Ireland battled back superbly in the second half of day two to put themselves in position to seal what would be a magnificent victory. England had looked to be stretching out of reach of the tourists before Mark Adair’s three wickets led a spirited Irish fightback. England’s tail wagged to take them past 300, but when thunderstorms ended the day’s play, the game was still in the balance.

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Day One: Murtagh magic at Lord’s

Day One: Murtagh magic at Lord’s

July 24th 2019 | International

Ireland established a strong position on day one of their historic Test against England at Lord’s, bowling the hosts out for 85 before securing a lead of 122. The records broken were many. Tim Murtagh claimed the cheapest five-for in Lord’s history, England were bowled out before Lunch on day one for the first time ever in a Lord’s Test, and their innings – 23.4 overs long – was their shortest ever at the Home of Cricket.

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