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International Matches
Scorecard Ireland lost to New Zealand by 305 runs, 13 June.
Scorecard Ireland lost to New Zealand by 306 runs, 10 June.
Scorecard Ireland lost to New Zealand by 347 runs, 8 June.
Scorecard Zimbabwe lost to Ireland by 12 runs, 3 February.
Scorecard Zimbabwe beat Ireland by 7 wickets (DLS), 1 February.
Twenty20 Internationals
Scorecard Ireland beat Bangladesh by 6 wickets, 1 July.
Scorecard Ireland lost to Bangladesh by 4 wickets, 29 June.
Scorecard Ireland lost to Bangladesh by 4 wickets, 28 June.
Scorecard Ireland lost to New Zealand by 10 wickets, 6 June.
Scorecard Zimbabwe beat Ireland by 6 wickets, 8 February.
Reports & Articles
At least four women's part-time contracts
At least four women cricketers will be awarded part-time contracts by Cricket Ireland as preparations begin for an increased number of matches for the team.
Cricket Ireland to offer contracts to women
A small number of part-time contracts will be offered in early 2019, with the plan to expand over subsequent years.
T20 internationals in numbers
CricketEurope statistician John Boomer has just published our latest statszone featuring all 57 T20 internationals played by Ireland Women since 2008.
Raymond-Hoey scoops prestigious award
Sunday Independent editor Cormac Bourke presented the Aengus Fanning International Emerging Player of the Year award to Una Raymond-Hoey on Friday night.
Ireland Women international player of the year
The Ireland annual awards show is scheduled for Dublin this Friday and the women's international winner will be one of Laura Delany, Cecelia Joyce and Gaby Lewis.
Hairy and Brains make the top 20
Clare Shillington and Ciara Metcalfe are both included in the top twenty of the ICC T20 rankings announced this morning.
Four Irish Women players off to Australia
Four overseas development scholarships have been awarded which will see Laura Delany, Kim Garth, Rebecca Stokell and Una Raymond-Hoey heading to Australia after the T20 World Cup tournament in November.
Funding boost for Ireland Women
The Irish Government, through Sport Ireland, has given a major boost to the Ireland Women’s cricket team ahead of its trip to the T20 World Cup in the Caribbean in November.
Double success for Ireland Women A against Scotland
Ireland Women's A team eased to two comfortable wins against Scotland's Under 21 side in a T20 double header at Uddingston.
Una Raymond-Hoey to lead Ireland A against Scotland
Una Raymond-Hoey will captain a strong 13-player squad to play four T20 matches against Scotland Under-19s at Uddingston next week.
Successful tour for Ireland U19 Women
THE Ireland U19 women completed a successful Malvern festival with three victories out of four.
Ireland crush Norfolk
Ireland U19 girls began the Malvern Festival with an emphatic 229-run over Norfolk.
Shillington soars as Ireland impress again
IRELAND are well on their way to the Women’s World Twenty20 in West Indies this year after completing the formality of a second victory in the qualifying tournament in the Netherlands yesterday.
Lewis and Delany star as Ireland win thriller
A well-measured run chase by Ireland, led by star all-rounder Gaby Lewis and captain Laura Delany, saw Ireland Women’s team defeat Bangladesh by six wickets at Sydney Parade.
Teenage rampage
Gaby Lewis went on a teenage rampage at Sydney Parade, blazing a half-century from 31 balls as Ireland pulled off a record chase to beat Bangladesh by six wickets off the last delivery of a fiercely fought T20 series.
Two out of Two for Bangladesh
Bangladesh clinches series against Ireland in another tense final over win.
Ireland lose thriller to Bangladesh
A brilliant diving outfield catch and an equally brilliant run out in the last three overs weren’t quite enough for Ireland, as Bangladesh Women won a tense last-ball victory at YMCA.
Ireland ready for Bangladesh challenge
Ireland Women’s Head Coach and Captain have declared lessons have been learned from the White Ferns series and the squad is fighting fit and ready to take on the next challenge of Bangladesh.
Kerr breaks world record as New Zealand win again
Amelia Kerr, the 17-year old from Wellington, re-wrote the record books and dominated the Ireland Women’s bowling attack in a third consecutive win for the White Ferns.
New Zealand crush Ireland again
New Zealand score over 400 yet again as they beat Ireland by a whopping 306 runs at The Hills.
Slaughter of the innocents
New Zealand Women smash records as they massacre Ireland Women in the first ODI at YMCA.
Dominant New Zealand crush Ireland
New Zealand beat Ireland by ten wickets in the opening match of their series in Dublin, despite a spirited display with the bat by the Girls in Green.
ICC T20 honours for O'Reilly and Lewis
Gaby Lewis and Lucy O'Reilly have been named in the ICC Women's Global Development Squad which will play the ECB Kia Super League teams in mid July.
Ireland select squads for busy summer
Ireland has announced the final squads for the women’s international cricket matches this summer, as well as the final 14 players who will head to the Women’s World T20 Qualifier tournament in the Netherlands.
New Zealand name squad for Irish series
The White Ferns have unveiled their squad for next month's tour of Ireland and England.
Women squads for busy summer
Ireland have revealed their squads for a busy summer which as well as series against New Zealand and Bangladesh includes the T20 World Cup Qualifers in The Netherlands.
Joyce five wicket haul for Tasmania
Isobel Joyce took five wickets for Tasmania Roar at the weekend but it wasn't enough to prevent her side sliding to defeat.
Busy summer lined up for Ireland Women
Plans for both New Zealand and Bangladesh to tour here, as well as the crucial T20 World Cup Qualifiers.
Hamilton upbeat despite Zimbabwe washouts
With the cancellation of the final T20, the Ireland Women’s team has completed its rain-affected tour of Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe edge out Ireland in tense finale
Ireland Women’s bowling attack fell just short of pulling off a remarkable comeback victory, with Zimbabwe Women winning the first T20 of the five-match series with just four balls to spare.
Garth hoping Big Bash success inspires others
Kim Garth, captain of the Ireland women’s cricket team, hopes her success at the Women’s Big Bash League in Australia will persuade Twenty20 franchises to take on Irish players.
Garth ruled out of Zimbabwe series with stress fracture
Kim Garth has been ruled out of the Zimbabwe series with a stress fracture of her back.
Garth claims second Big Bash medal
Kim Garth was on the winning side as Sydney Sixers defended their Big Bash title with an emphatic win over Perth Scorchers in Adelaide.
Joyce and Delaney star as Ireland level series
Isobel Joyce hits career best score, while Rachel Delaney follows up half century with three wickets as Ireland Women bounce back to beat Zimbabwe by 12 runs in Harare.
Garth targets second Big Bash medal
Kim Garth is targeting a second Women's Big Bash medal as the Sydney Sixers prepare to take on Perth Scorchers on Sunday.
Kavanagh heroics in vain as Ireland Women beaten by Zimbabwe
Late innings batting heroics by experienced Ireland all-rounder Shauna Kavanagh wasn’t enough to stave off defeat to Zimbabwe in the first of three 50-over matches.
Ireland Women to tour Zimbabwe
Ireland Women have named a squad of 13 for an eight match tour of Zimbabwe next month. They will play three 50 over matches, followed by five T20 contests, all in Harare.
Garth and Joyce to the fore in WBBL
Kim Garth and Isobel Joyce were in the thick of the weekend action in the Women's Big Bash League.
Joyce leads Hobart Hurricanes to victory
Irish international Isobel Joyce was very much to the fore as Hobart Hurricanes won their first match of this season's WBBL, bouncing back from a heavy defeat to beat Melbourne Renegades.