Newsroom: Ireland International Cricket 2023
Indian summer for Ireland ( ) ZZZZ1:31 amZZZZ
India will travel to Ireland to play three T20 Internationals in a further boost for the sport.
South Africa penalty opens door for Ireland ( ) ZZZZ11:58 amZZZZ
South Africa have been deducted one point for their slow over rate in the third ODI against England, meaning a clean sweep for Ireland against Bangladesh in May could mean automatic World Cup qualification.
Stadium boost for Ireland? ( ) ZZZZ12:33 amZZZZ
There could be good news on the horizon for Irish cricket after the Sunday Times reported that the proposed new stadium at Abbotstown has moved a step forward.
Zimbabwe tour averages ( ) ZZZZ8:40 amZZZZ
A closely fought tour saw honours even in the one-day series, while the hosts edged the T20 matches by a 2-1 margin.
Ireland Test exile set to end ( ) ZZZZ1:19 amZZZZ
Ireland will play a Test match for the first time in nearly four years when the menís team takes on Bangladesh in Dhaka in early April at the end of a month-long multi-format tour.
Spoils shared as rain ruins ODI decider ( ) ZZZZ1:17 amZZZZ
Only 13 overs were possible in the final one-day international between Zimbabwe and Ireland as rain had the final say in Harare.
Campher tips the odds ( ) ZZZZ10:53 pmZZZZ
Curtis Campher has not had the biggest impact on Irelandís tour of Zimbabwe so far, but the flick of the all-rounderís fingertips on Saturday has set up todayís one-day international series decider at the Harare Sports Club.
Bangladesh and Ireland confirm Test match ( ) ZZZZ5:41 amZZZZ
Ireland will play its first Test match in nearly four years when they tour Bangladesh in March and April.
Little on the money ( ) ZZZZ10:48 pmZZZZ
Zimbabwe got a taste of just why the Gujarat Titans paid $500,000 for two months of the services of Josh Little. Irelandís star bowler returned a career best 4-38 as he drove his team to a 46-run victory in the second game of the ODI series in Harare.
Irish centuries in vain ( ) ZZZZ12:29 amZZZZ
Andy Balbirnie and Harry Tector scored top quality centuries but then watched their fine work go to waste as Zimbabwe scrambled to a thrilling last-ball victory in the first of three ODIs.
Joy and pain for Balbirnie in Ireland defeat ( ) ZZZZ12:20 amZZZZ
Andy Balbirnie experienced joy and pain on his 200th game for Ireland, able to celebrate his eighth one-day international century but having to leave the field with suspected concussion 21 runs later.
Commins replaces Balbirnie in Ireland squad ( ) ZZZZ10:25 amZZZZ
Murray Commins has been called into the Ireland ODI squad to replace Andrew Balbirnie, who retired hurt during their loss in Wednesday's match in Harare.
Ireland lose last ball thriller ( ) ZZZZ9:22 amZZZZ
Ireland lost a last ball thriller in Harare, despite dominating the contest for long periods of the game.
Double boost for Malan ( ) ZZZZ5:37 amZZZZ
While Ireland lost a pulsating decider to Zimbabwe in Harare on Sunday the three-match series may take on a greater significance in time - it may be seen as the week two more T20 pieces fell into place for coach Heinrich Malan.
Ireland back at full strength for ODI series ( ) ZZZZ2:47 pmZZZZ
Irelandís three globetrotters are all available and will take their place in the first of the three one-day internationals against Zimbabwe in Harare on Wednesday (7.15am GMT start).
Harry heroics not enough as Ireland beaten in Harare ( ) ZZZZ12:54 amZZZZ
Harry Tector produced his finest all-round performance for Ireland in Harare yesterday but it wasnít enough to get the Boys in Green over the line as Zimbabwe won a third-match thriller by four wickets to take the T20 series 2-1.
Ireland lose series decider against Zimbabwe ( ) ZZZZ12:52 amZZZZ
Amid deafening scenes from an ecstatic near capacity crowd at the Harare Sports Club, Zimbabweís Luke Jongwe hit the final ball of the 19th over to the boundary to clinch the T20 Series against Ireland.
Match winner Adair proves worth ( ) ZZZZ12:51 amZZZZ
Ross Adair hopes he has proven to his new Ireland team-mates that they can have faith in him after his match-winning knock levelled the T20 series against Zimbabwe in Harare.
Doheny looks to bounce back ( ) ZZZZ1:02 amZZZZ
Stephen Doheny admits that Ireland were off the pace but expects the Boys in Green to bounce back in todayís second T20i against Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe win tour opener ( ) ZZZZ1:36 amZZZZ
Harry Tector claimed a wicket with his sixth ball in T20 internationals and followed up with another as Ireland fought hard to defend a meagre total of 114 all out at the Harare Sports Club before losing to Zimbabwe by five wickets.
Rusty Ireland lose tour opener against Zimbabwe ( ) ZZZZ8:08 amZZZZ
A rusty batting display saw Ireland beaten by five wickets against Zimbabwe in the opening match of their T20I series in Harare.
Doheny and Adair set for step up ( ) ZZZZ3:20 amZZZZ
Ross Adair will make his Ireland debut in the same side as younger brother Mark in Harare today as one of two new caps in the first of three T20 internationals against Zimbabwe.
Adair and Doheny set for debuts ( ) ZZZZ9:50 amZZZZ
Ross Adair and Stephen Doheny are set to make their international debuts, while Tyrone Kane returns to the fold for the first time since 2019 when Ireland face Zimbabwe in the opening game of the three-match T20I series.
Adair urged to go big in Zimbabwe ( ) ZZZZ1:53 amZZZZ
If Ross Adair makes his debut for Ireland this week, he will be encouraged to play his natural game.
Balbirnie and Campher to play in BPL ( ) ZZZZ8:35 amZZZZ
Ireland have given permission for Andrew Balbirnie and Curtis Campher to play in the Bangladesh Premier League.
Kane relishing Ireland return ( ) ZZZZ2:09 pmZZZZ
Phoenix all-rounder Tyrone Kane is relishing the opportunity to be back wearing the green jersey after an absence of over three years.
Ireland's adaptation to franchise cricket ( ) ZZZZ4:49 amZZZZ
Coming off one of their busiest ever home summers and what could be deemed a successful T20 World Cup campaign, itís fair to say the Ireland Men's team are in a healthier place with their T20 cricket than 12 months prior.
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The trailer for Paul Davey's DVD of Ireland's history-making journey through the 2007 World Cup.
Malinga, Smith and Lee
Lasith Malinga, Steve Smith and Brett Lee are the favourites of Johnny Morton.
Stand in captain Paul Stirling after their last ball loss against Zimbabwe