Irish Women's Cricket 2017
Garth among the wickets as Sixers win again ( )
Kim Garth enjoyed another successful match as Sydney Sixers thrashed Hobart Hurricanes in the latest Big Bash game.
Garth back in Sixers colours ( )
Kim Garth has made a successful start to the ongoing Women's Big Bash League in Australia.
Lewis and Garth to take part in the WBBL ( )
Kim Garth and Gaby Lewis will be taking part in the ICC Rookie programme for the WBBL.
Garth and Joyce continue good form ( )
Kim Garth and Isobel Joyce continued their strong starts in Australia with their clubs this weekend.
Irish in Australia ( )
Irish international Ciara Metcalfe is also plying her trade in Australia this winter - along with Isobel Joyce, Kim Garth and Mary Waldron.
Scorchers win Super 3 series ( )
The Scorchers have won the Super 3 Series finishing above both the Typhoons and the Dragons in the 18-match tournament played across two different formats.
Metcalfe delight as Ireland finish tour strongly ( )
Ireland Under 19 girls finished their tour of England with convincing back-to-back wins over Wales and Buckinghamshire in T20 contests.
Stokell scores half century as Ireland beat Wales ( )
Ireland Under 19 girls bounced back from their opening day loss to Warwickshire to record a 5-wicket win over Wales at the Malvern Festival.
Ireland beaten despite Lewis heroics ( )
Ireland's U19 girls slipped to an agonising 9-run loss to Warwickshire in their opening match of the prestigious Malvern Festival.
Two wins out of two for Leinster U17 girls ( )
Leinster Under 17 girls made it two wins out of two after a comprehensive 9-wicket win against their NCU counterparts at Stormont.
Maritz stars as Leinster beat NCU in U17 interpro ( )
Tess Maritz top scored with 42 and Ruby Shirt took three wickets as Leinster beat the NCU by 70 runs in the first match of their two-game series at Rush.
Scorchers extend lead at top of Super 3 table ( )
The Scorchers extended their lead at the top of the Toyota Super 3 table after wins in both of their T20 games against the Dragons and Typhoons at Oakhill on Sunday.
Honours even for Ireland and Lancashire at Malvern ( )
Amy Hunter was the all-round hero for the Irish girls as they bounced back from a heavy defeat in the morning to run out convincing winners in the afternoon game.
Tucker and Little star as Ireland U15 girls beat Shropshire ( )
Ireland Under 15 girls earned their second victory at the Malvern Festival as they overcame a poor start to beat Shropshire by 61 runs.
Mixed fortunes for Ireland U15 girls ( )
There were mixed fortunes for the Ireland Under 15 girls on the opening day of the prestigious Malvern Festival as they lost to Lancashire but were convincing winners against Essex.
Garth leads Ireland to clean sweep ( )
Kim Garth produced a Player-of-the-Match performance as Ireland Women completed a clean sweep against Scotland in the third and final T20 game in the Celtic Cup.
Gaby Lewis to captain Ireland U19's ( )
Gaby Lewis will captain the Ireland Under-19 Girls in the prestigious Malvern Festival later this month.
Two out of two for Ireland ( )
Ireland Women made it two wins out of two in the Celtic Cup with a narrow 7-run win (DLS) against Scotland in Dundee.
Shillington powers Ireland to win over Scotland ( )
Clare Shillington's powerful 81 helped Ireland to a convincing 76-run win over Scotland in the first of their two Celtic Cup clashes at Dundee.
Paul and Ridgeway star as Typhoons beat Dragons ( )
Half centuries from Leah Paul and Ellen Ridgeway helped the Typhoons to a five-wicket win against The Dragons in their Toyota Super 3 clash at Oak Hill.
Captain Prendergast leads the way ( )
A dominant performance by the Irish girls secured a second victory in as many days against their Scottish counterparts.
Miriam Grealey made Honorary Life Member of MCC ( )
Grealey - a former player, captain, coach of Ireland, as well as being a current national selector - is one of 37 recipients of the prestigious accolade from MCC ahead of this weekend's sell-out World Cup final at Lord's.
Ireland Women name strong squad for Scotland series ( )
Ireland Women have named a squad of 14 for their four-match Celtic Cup series against Scotland at the start of August.
Shillington century highlight of Super 3 T20's ( )
Clare Shillington's brilliant century was the highlight of the Toyota Super 3 T20 matches at Oak Hill.
Ireland name U15 and 17 girls squads ( )
Ireland have named both their Under 15 and 17 girls squads who will taking part in the Malvern Festival and Celtic Cup respectively.
All-round Delany leads Typhoons to victory against Dragons ( )
Laura Delany's brilliant all-round performance helped her Typhoons side to a relatively comfortable seven-wicket win against the Dragons in their Toyota Super 3 series encounter at Oak Hill.
Joyce and Garth star as Scorchers beat Typhoons ( )
Isobel Joyce and Kim Garth's superb all-round displays led the Scorchers to a comfortable 70-run win over the Typhoons in the Toyota Super 3 series at Oak Hill.
Garth leads Scorchers to easy win against Dragons ( )
A century stand between Kim Garth and Lucy O'Reilly led the Scorchers to a comfortable seven-wicket win against the Dragons in their 50-over Toyota Super 3 encounter at College Park in Dublin.
Opportunity knocks as financial windfall beckons ( )
CRICKET Ireland are in line for a financial windfall if, as expected, the international team are promoted to Full Membership — and that could be a particular boon for women’s cricket here.
Delany hits unbeaten 75 in losing cause ( )
Laura Delany's unbeaten 75 was in a losing cause as her Typhoons side slid to a 60-run (DLS) defeat by the Scorchers in their Toyota Super 3 Series clash at Sydney Parade.
Hamilton signs new three-year deal ( )
Aaron Hamilton has signed a new three-year deal with Cricket Ireland having taken the role as full-time women’s head coach in 2015.
Super 3 series preview ( )
The opening game will be played at Lisburn Cricket Club (NCU) where the Typhoons and the Scorchers will set off on their quest for glory.
Ireland beat Zimbabwe ( )
Half centuries from skipper Laura Delany and Shauna Kavanagh, backed up by Aoife Beggs' five-wicket haul saw Ireland Women beat Zimabwe by 19 runs to clinch third place.
Ireland up their game ( )
Ireland produced their highest score in the tournament against India or South Africa, but it was not enough to prevent a 120 run defeat.
Zimbabwe at the double ( )
Ireland go down to a second defeat at the hands of Zimbabwe.
Record breaking India put Ireland to the sword ( )
Ireland Women were on the receiving end of a world record ODI partnership between Indian openers Deepti Sharma and Poonam Raut, losing by 249 runs in the latest game of the Quadrangular Series in South Africa.
Q&A with Laura Delany ( )
Laura Delany, 24, from Knocklyn, plays for Leinster Cricket Club (Rathmines) and captains Ireland.
South Africa repeat the dose ( )
South Africa repeated the victory they had in the warm-up with a Tournament win, this time by 178 runs.
Red letter day for Delany and Stokell ( )
It was a red-letter day for the Leinster duo of Laura Delany and Rebecca Stokell who made their 100th and first appearances respectively for Ireland Women against hosts South Africa in the latest ODI in the Quadrangular Series
Waldron wins 100th cap as Ireland lose despite Kavanagh 50 ( )
SHAUNA KAVANAGH'S maiden one-day international half century wasn't enough to prevent Ireland Women slipping to a six-wicket loss to Zimbabwe in the second game of their Quadrangular Series in South Africa.
Ireland overwhelmed by India ( )
Ireland were totally dominated by India in the first match in the Quadrangular Tournament in South Africa losing by 10 wickets.
Gray top scores as improved Ireland beaten by England ( )
Ireland Women lost the third and final match of their series against England Women in Abu Dhabi but it was a much improved display by Aaron Hamilton's young charges.
Ireland well beaten by strong England XI ( )
Ireland Women found the going tough once again against a very strong England XI in Abu Dhabi, losing by seven wickets.
Ireland lose opening encounter by 276 runs ( )
IRELAND'S WOMEN cricketers faced a gruelling ordeal in the desert heat of Abu Dhabi, beaten by a strong ECB XI by 276 runs in the first of three warm-up games.
Sponsorship boost for Ireland Women ( )
The Irish Women's squad have been given a boost ahead of their tour of the UAE and South Africa with the news that Hanley Energy have been confirmed as team sponsor for the 2017 season.
Super 3 squads confirmed ( )
Clare Shillington, Andrew Poynter and Rob O'Connor have been confirmed as the Head Coaches for the 2017 Toyota Super 3 Series.
Ireland unveil new look squad ( )
IRELAND WOMEN have unveiled a new look squad for a three-match series against an England XI, followed by a quadrangular tournament in South Africa in May.
Chance for Girls to 'Give It A Blast' ( )
ANOTHER initiative to get more youngsters into cricket is kicking off in Dublin this spring – with a twist all its own.
Ireland Women to play Quadrangular series in South Africa ( )
Ireland Women will participate in a Quadrangular Series in South Africa in May with six matches scheduled against the hosts, Zimbabwe and India.
Cricket Ireland name U19 and U15 girls' training squads. ( )
The girls' squads will both hold training camp weekends in April and head to the Malvern Festival later in the summer.
Garth helps Sixers to Big Bash glory ( )
Kim Garth completed a dream placement with the Sydney Sixers as they beat Perth Scorchers to claim the Women's Big Bash trophy.
Fixture boost for Ireland Women ( )
The Women's game in Ireland has been given a major boost with the news that Ireland will play six games against South Africa, India and Zimbabwe in May.
Garth helps Sixers reach Big Bash final ( )
Kim Garth's Sydney Sixers will play in the final of the Women's Big Bash League after a thoroughly convincing 103 run win over Hobart Hurricanes.
Ireland Women continue to impress ( )
Ireland’s women’s cricketers have been gaining much attention Down Under lately, with two of them turning out in the Big Bash League.
Successful debut for Garth in Big Bash ( )
Kim Garth made a successful debut for the Sydney Sixers in their Women's Big Bash League clash with Hobart Hurricanes.