Men’s T20 World Cup: Livestream and broadcast coverage of Ireland

September 30th 2022 by Craig Easdown | International

Men’s T20 World Cup: Livestream and broadcast coverage of Ireland

Watch Ireland Men live!

SYDNEY, Australia – Ireland Men’s cricket team arrives in Sydney today for a preparation camp ahead of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup next month – and Irish fans can enjoy watching three warm-up games this coming week via livestream.

The warm-up matches in Sydney – hosted by Randwick Petersham Cricket Club under the banner of the Lefand Cricket Week – will be played at Coogee Oval in Sydney’s eastern suburbs:

  • 4 October: Ireland XI v RPCC XI (T20; Coogee Oval; start time 1pm Sydney / 3am Dublin)
  • 5 October: Ireland XI v SCG XI (T20; Coogee Oval; start time 1pm Sydney / 3am Dublin)
  • 7 October: Ireland XI v NSW XI (T20; Coogee Oval; start time 1pm Sydney / 3am Dublin)

The three matches at Coogee will be available watch live via Cricket Ireland’s Youtube channel: www.youtube.com/CricketIrelandLive

OFFICIAL ICC MEN’S T20 WORLD CUP

Fixtures

Ireland will then travel to Melbourne to play two official ICC Men’s T20 World Cup warm-up matches, before moving to Hobart for the first round of the tournament proper.

Warm-up matches:
  • 11 October: Ireland v Namibia (T20; Melbourne; start time 7pm)
  • 13 October: Ireland v Sri Lanka (T20; Melbourne; start time 3pm)

First Round matches:
  • 17 October: Ireland v Zimbabwe (T20 World Cup Round 1; Hobart; start time 7pm)
  • 19 October: Ireland v Scotland (T20 World Cup Round 1; Hobart; start time 3pm)
  • 21 October: Ireland v West Indies (T20 World Cup Round 1; Hobart; start time 3pm)

    * All times are local to venue

For the full tournament schedule, see: https://www.t20worldcup.com/fixtures


Broadcast

Broadcast details for Ireland/UK as they stand are:

  • 17 October: Ireland v Zimbabwe – Sky Sports Cricket
  • 19 October: Ireland v Scotland – Sky Sports Cricket
  • 21 October: Ireland v West Indies – Sky Sports Main Event


Ireland Men’s squad

Andrew Balbirnie (captain), Paul Stirling (vice-captain), Mark Adair, Curtis Campher, Gareth Delany, George Dockrell, Stephen Doheny, Fionn Hand, Josh Little, Barry McCarthy, Conor Olphert, Simi Singh, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker, Craig Young.

 

 


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