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The Irish international cricketers who played rugby for Ireland in the first half of the 20th century. Edward Liddle, March 2009
Early in September 1973 the cream of Irish cricketing talent gathered to embark up on an adventure into the great unknown of North American cricket. John Elder & Chris Harte, June 1976
In the the first of three articles Edward Liddle looks at the earliest of the 22 Ireland cricketers who also played international rugby. Edward Liddle, March 2009
Barry Chambers looks back to July 1979 when Sri Lanka made their first visit to Ireland. Barry Chambers, 2014
Time to declare
Ten years ago, I was able to play a role in helping Ireland to beat Kenya and win the InterContinental Cup for the first time.
Alfie Linehan 1971-1975
The late Sean Pender's 1992 tribute to the then incoming ICU President and former Irish captain Alfie Linehan.
Billy Platt's North West Cricket History
5: City of Derry Cricket Club
Formed after the Boer War, the club finally folded in 1978 after suffering the effects of sectarianism at its Duncreggan Road home.
Mike Halliday's Irish Cricket History 1950-2000
In the final part of the series, Mike looks at the general landscape of Irish Cricket at the start of this century.
2006 Under 19 World Cup
ICC Trophy 2005
Batmen - The Story of Irish Cricket
The acclaimed documentary was shortlisted for the Sports Documentary award at the 2014 Irish Film and Television Awards.
The Great War
GF Macnamara - one of 290 first class cricketers to die in WW1
Most cricket archives record 289 first class cricketers who were killed in World War 1. However research over the last year has confirmed the identity of GF Macnamara who is, of course, the 290th.
A Stone in the Glasshouse
The autobiography of Dermott Monteith, Ireland's leading wicket taker and one of its most colourful characters.
Castle Avenue, Clontarf