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Andrew Rowland White
  • Born 3 July 1980 Newtownards, Co Down
  • Educated Regent House School, Newtownards; University of Ulster
  • Occupation Professional Cricketer, Schoolteacher
  • Debut 21 July 2000 v Netherlands at Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow
  • Cap Number 631
  • Style Right hand batsman, right arm off break bowler
  • Teams North Down, UPE International Cricket Academy, South Africa Instonians Northamptonshire pCA Masters XI

Andrew White, tall and dark haired is a batting all-rounder of high quality. A fine stroke maker, he is usually seen in the upper order, having often opened successfully for club and country, but has been subject to being moved around the order when playing for Ireland. His off spin, not always made full use of, has brought him 120 International wickets,and three Man of The Match awards at this level. A member of a talented sporting family, his brother Richard and cousins all being capable cricketers, he was an outstanding all round games' player at Regent House and also shone in Colts' and Youth sides for North Down. By 1999 he was an established member of the Comber side's XI as it carried off its first Senior League title for 63 years - a hiatus it has rather made up for since!

His abilities saw Andrew gain a place in the Ireland U 19 side for the European Championships, held in Northern Ireland, that year. He celebrated in front of home supporters making an undefeated 36 in a 7 wickets win over The Netherlands at The Green. He was a member of the Irish side in the U19 World Cup early the following year, having a good all round performance in a D/L tie with Namibia, who - batting first - reached 186-7 off 48 overs, with Andrew taking 3-31. He then topscored with 28 adding 61 for the 3rd wicket with Dom Joyce in a highly significant partnership. He was also top scorer as Ireland inflicted a crushing defeat on The Americas, dominating a total of 183 all out with 76 made from 103 balls with 7 fours. He had come in when Ireland were wavering at 11-2 and played a controlled and valuable innings. He then bowled tightly taking 0-13 in 8 overs to help Ireland to an emphatic win by 85 runs.

Back with North Down, having made his Irish debut in 2000, he was the club's outstanding all-rounder in 2002 and 2003, winning both the batting and bowling cups in each year. Thus in the former season he scored 775 runs at 38.25 and took 33 wickets at 37.80, with a best bowling of 4-10 in the League against Cliftonville who were dismissed for 44. His highest score 114* came in the 3rd Round of the Cup against Waringstown, a magnificent innings - though he was badly missed on 55 - which enabled the Comber side to win by 7 wickets. It was Andrew's second cup hundred; he had made 116 in the Quarter Final against Bangor the previous season.

The following year has been described by Clarence Hiles as "A White Summer", Andrew aggregating 1020 runs and dominating the Cup. Thus in the Second Round against Dunmurry he was Man of the Match as his 148 set up a 113 runs victory. The Quarter Final saw North Down chasing a Cliftonville total of 170-7. They won by 9 wickets with Andrew 72* and again Man of The Match. He won the award again in the Semi Final with Belfast Harlequins contributing 81* as he and Jo Montgomery "the most prolific opening partnership in NCU Cricket" (Hiles) raced to a 10 wickets victory. The Final against Waringstown at Stormont saw him once more Man of The Match as he made 80 and 54 besides returning match analysis of 4-59 sealing a 94 runs victory.

In the close season, however, he moved to Instonians for whom he has also been very successful, though his seasons with Northamptonshire and increasing Irish calls, have restricted his availability However, his first season, saw a big hundred in the League against Waringstown as "The Old Boys" piled up a massive 314-5 with Andrew on 176* then bowled the Villagers out for 87 (White 3-21). He has also had some memorable matches for the Club in the Irish Senior Cup. Thus in 2004 he made 76 against Rush as Instonians reached 251-9 then took 3-41 to bring his side a 1 run victory. In the 3rd round North County provided formidable opposition but he raced to a superb undefeated 177 before taking 2-29 to seal victory by11 runs and collect yet another award. The Quarter Final saw defeat at the hands of Limavady but not before Andrew had stroked his way to a fine 92. He has continued to enjoy himself in this competition. In the 2011 season, for example, his 70 off 73 balls with 11 fours ensured victory over a powerful Railway Union side, the match being very much in balance until he took control.

In 2012 he averaged 54.88 in NCU Senior Cricket with a highest score of 80 made against Lisburn in a Premier League match at Shaw's Bridge won by 119 runs. His best all round match came in his final match of the season against Ballymena at home. His 3-19 helped see the visitors bowled out for 114, then, opening the batting with James Shannon, he made 51 before being 5th out when victory was almost achieved. He had another vital innings in the Challenge Cup Final against North Down at their fortress of The Green. The hosts were dismissed for a below par 184, but then rocked the visitors with two quick wickets. However Andrew then joined Shannon in an unbroken stand of 161 to see the Cup come to the Shaws' Bridge trophy cabinet. Andrew finished on 57, from 77 balls with 7 fours, Shannon was one short of his hundred.

Interprovincial cricket was on the wane as Andrew became prominent but we may notice two match winning performances. For the NCU against North West at Limavady in 2003 he took the lead in restricting the hosts to 184 with a tight and challenging display of off spin which left him with figures of 7-2-17-4. He then failed with the bat but saw his side win by 7 wickets. One year later the teams faced one another at Wallace Park, Andrew taking 2-35 as the visitors totalled 196. He then batted brilliantly to make 123*, adding an unbroken 140 for the 3rd wicket with Mark Hutchinson to win the match by 8 wickets.

Andrew had an extended trial with Northamptonshire between 2004 and 2006, followers of the game being rather confused as there were two other players named White in the same situation. It must be admitted that he met with little success on his few appearances with the full County side but he did have some outstanding performances for the Second XI, including three centuries. The first of these came at the end of the 2004 season and helped set up a 10 wickets win over Glamorgan, who had totalled 351-5 in their first innings. Northants replied with 414 all out. Coming in at 7 Andrew made 103* from 126 balls with 13 fours. He had a century stand for the 6th wicket with Ricky Wessels and, rather more unusually, one of 44 for the 8th with Monty Panesar, who then took 6-59 to leave his batsmen a simple task.

The following season he made 102 in the second innings of a high scoring draw against Durham, his knock lasting 172 balls and including 16 fours before he was dismissed by Alagmir Sheriyar, a left arm paceman of many counties, but - apart from one season - little success. Later that season, Andrew found himself playing at Radlett, against an MCC Young Cricketers XI that included William Porterfield, Kevin O'Brien and Gary Wilson. They all made runs but not as many as Andrew who made 73 in the first innings from 84 balls with 11 fours before being caught off Will Gidman, now with Gloucestershire. In the second, with little for the County to do but play for a draw, Andrew made a massive 192 off 251 balls with 26 fours. What his Irish team-mates made of that is not recorded.

In the course of gaining his 211 caps for Ireland Andrew has scored 4157 runs at 28.09 with 6 hundreds and 16 fifties besides taking 120 wickets at 28.09. His first century came in a European Championship match with Denmark in Glasgow in 2000, his first season in the side It was a crucial innings as the next highest score was Alan Rutherford's 28. Opening the innings Andrew batted for 174 minutes and faced 157 balls, hitting 13 of them for 4. He later took 2-26, disposing of the last man with a juggling caught and bowled. He was deservedly Man of the Match. Four years elapsed before his next century, appropriately on his first class debut in an Intercontinental Cup Match against the Netherlands at Deventer. The hosts were put in in helpful seam bowling conditions and were dismissed for 200. As Roy Morgan wrote "The second day belonged to Andrew White." Batting at 4 he reached his century off 145 balls with 1 six and 14 fours. He eventually reached 152* with 17 fours and 3 sixes. The Dutch were then dismissed for 141, Andrew adding yet another award to his collection. Four years later he hit a memorable 109* in a rain ruined draw with Canada at Malahide. He faced 144 balls and hit 14 fours adding 154 for 5th wicket with Kevin O'Brien, both men disrupting the field with well taken quick singles.

Two more tons followed in 2010. Against the Netherlands at Castle Avenue, he came in at 98-3 after the visitors had been dismissed for 188. The loss of Kevin O'Brien and Wilson reduced Ireland to 153-5 but then Andrew and John Mooney batted brilliantly to add 221 for the 6th, the second highest partnership for this wicket in the competition, falling 13 runs short of the record established by Andre Botha and Alex Cusack against Scotland in 2007. Mooney finished on 107, Andrew on 144 from 220 balls with 20 fours and 1 six. Ireland went on to win by an innings and 84 runs. Five weeks later in the heat of Harare during Ireland's controversial visit to Zimbabwe he made 109 from 176 balls with 11 fours which ensured that Ireland were not going to lose a high scoring match. His sixth hundred came against Namibia at Stormont last (2011) season. The visitors made 244 (Andrew 1-0) but had Ireland reeling on 31-4. However Andrew found, not for the first time staunch partners in Kevin O'Brien (30) and John Mooney (44) and the crisis passed. Ireland's 298 was built around Andrew's excellent 123* which came off 213 balls with 13 fours. The visitors offered less resistance in their second innings and Andrew was 22* as Ireland recorded a 5 wickets victory.

As stated above his bowling has also brought him three Man of the Match awards for Ireland. Thus he was the key figure in Ireland's famous Cheltenham and Gloucester win over Surrey in 2004. His figures of 10-0-43-3 disrupted the county's middle order while his 20* in the middle order for Ireland ensured that history was made. Against Kenya at Windhoek in 2005 he and Kyle McCallan shared the award after bowling the opposition out for 156 in their second innings, leaving Ireland to get 245 and win by 6 wickets, Andrew also making an undefeated 25 in the run chase. They literally shared the award as the ICC had provided only one commemorative plaque. He was also an award winner in the World Cup Qualifier against Uganda at Krugersdorp in April 2009. His figures of 10-3-22-4 saw the opposition bowled out for 155 and enabled Ireland to cruise to a 6 wickets victory.

2012 was not the happiest of Andrew's seasons for Ireland as his three successive ducks against South Africa indicate. However he showed fine form in the rain ruined drawn Intercontinental Cup match against Afghanistan at Rathmines. Coming in at 132-3 with Ireland chasing runs after bowling the visitors lout for 84 when play finally began on the third afternoon, he put on 119 for the third wicket with Gary Wilson. When the wicket keeper was out with the score on 251 the declaration came, Andrew being undefeated with 62 with 11 fours.

The 2007 World Cup saw Andrew produce an excellent book of photographs, helping those wonderful moments to remain in the memory. He has also had a most successful teaching career now being a member of Kyle McCallan's PE Department at Grosvenor Grammar School, Belfast. Andrew Rowland White has already given much too Irish cricket at both domestic and International level. All followers of the game will want him to continue for many years to come.

Edward Liddle, June 2012, updated November 2012

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International Matches
View Match Ireland lost to Netherlands by 7 wickets (European Championships, Glasgow, 21 July 2000)
View Match Ireland lost to ECB XI by 34 runs (European Championships, Glasgow, 22 July 2000)
View Match Ireland beat Denmark by 73 runs (European Championships, Glasgow, 24 July 2000)
View Match Ireland beat Italy by 6 wickets (European Championships, Ayr, 25 July 2000)
View Match Scotland beat Ireland by 5 wickets (European Championships, Linlithgow, 27 July 2000)
View Match MCC beat Ireland by 101 runs (1 Day, Shenley, 29 May 2001)
View Match MCC beat Ireland by 9 wickets (1 Day, Shenley, 30 May 2001)
View Match MCC lost to Ireland by 4 wickets (1 Day, Shenley, 31 May 2001)
View Match Earl of Arundel's XI beat Ireland by 8 wickets (1 Day, Arundel, 1 June 2001)
View Match Ireland lost to USA by 6 wickets (ICC Trophy, Toronto, 29 June 2001)
View Match Ireland beat Hong Kong by 8 wickets (ICC Trophy, Toronto, 30 June 2001)
View Match Ireland beat Papua New Guinea by 9 wickets (ICC Trophy, Toronto, 6 July 2001)
View Match Ireland lost to UAE by 4 wickets (ICC Trophy, Toronto, 10 July 2001)
View Match Ireland lost to Netherlands by 2 runs (ICC Trophy, Toronto, 12 July 2001)
View Match Canada lost to Ireland by 7 wickets (ICC Trophy, Toronto, 13 July 2001)
View Match Ireland v Australia - no result (1 Day, Ormeau, 12 August 2001)
View Match Ireland lost to Wales by 2 wickets (Triple Crown, Horsham, 14 August 2001)
View Match ECB XI beat Ireland by 6 wickets (Triple Crown, Stirlands, 15 August 2001)
View Match Ireland lost to Scotland by 3 wickets (Triple Crown, East Grinstead, 16 August 2001)
View Match Ireland lost to Nottinghamshire by 8 wickets (C&G Trophy, Clontarf, 29 May 2002)
View Match Ireland lost to West Indies A by 82 runs (1 Day, Rathmines, 14 June 2002)
View Match Ireland beat Denmark by 98 runs (European Championships, Stormont, 20 July 2002)
View Match Ireland lost to Scotland by 8 wickets (European Championships, Lisburn, 21 July 2002)
View Match Ireland beat Italy by 28 runs (European Championships, Comber, 22 July 2002)
View Match Ireland beat Netherlands by 11 runs (European Championships, Eglinton, 23 July 2002)
View Match Ireland lost to ECB XI by 1 run (European Championships, Waringstown, 25 July 2002)
View Match Ireland beat MCC by 5 wickets (3 Day, Cork, 13 August 2002)
View Match Berkshire beat Ireland by 4 wickets (C&G Trophy, Finchampstead, 29 August 2002)
View Match Ireland beat Zimbabwe by 10 wickets (1 Day, Stormont, 13 June 2003)
View Match Ireland lost to Zimbabwe by 8 wickets (1 Day, Eglinton, 15 June 2003)
View Match Ireland lost to South Africa by 132 runs (1 Day, Clontarf, 18 June 2003)
View Match Ireland lost to ECB XI by 52 runs (1 Day, Malahide, 8 July 2003)
View Match Ireland lost to ECB XI by 16 runs (1 Day, Rathmines, 9 July 2003)
View Match Ireland beat ECB XI by 52 runs (1 Day, Malahide, 10 July 2003)
View Match Ireland beat Club Cricket Conference by 167 runs (1 Day, Waringstown, 5 August 2003)
View Match Duke of Norfolk's XI lost to Ireland by 7 wickets (1 Day, Arundel, 18 August 2003)
View Match MCC lost to Ireland by 7 wickets (1 Day, Lord's, 19 August 2003)
View Match Free Foresters lost to Ireland by 13 runs (1 Day, Eton, 20 August 2003)
View Match Club Cricket Conference lost to Ireland by 124 runs (1 Day, Shenley, 21 August 2003)
View Match Hertfordshire lost to Ireland by 75 runs (C&G Trophy, Bishop's Stortford, 28 August 2003)
View Match Ireland beat Denmark by 7 wickets (1 Day, Clontarf, 5 September 2003)
View Match Ireland beat Denmark by 159 runs (1 Day, Malahide, 6 September 2003)
View Match Ireland beat Surrey by 5 wickets (C&G Trophy, Clontarf, 5 May 2004)
View Match Ireland lost to Northamptonshire by 6 wickets (C&G Trophy, Clontarf, 30 May 2004)
View Match Ireland lost to West Indies by 96 runs (1 Day, Stormont, 16 June 2004)
View Match Ireland beat West Indies by 6 wickets (1 Day, Stormont, 17 June 2004)
View Match Netherlands lost to Ireland by an innings and 47 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Deventer, 20 July 2004)
View Match Netherlands lost to Ireland by 10 runs (European Championships, Utrecht, 20 July 2004)
View Match Ireland beat Scotland by 5 wickets (European Championships, Deventer, 21 July 2004)
View Match Ireland beat Denmark by 109 runs (European Championships, Utrecht, 22 July 2004)
View Match Ireland lost to Scotland by 8 wickets (Intercontinental Cup, Clontarf, 6 August 2004)
View Match Ireland lost to Bangladesh by 2 wickets (1 Day, Limavady, 29 August 2004)
View Match Ireland lost to Bangladesh by 54 runs (1 Day, Limavady, 30 August 2004)
View Match Ireland beat Bermuda by 97 runs (ICC Trophy, Stormont, 1 July 2005)
View Match Ireland beat Uganda by 127 runs (ICC Trophy, Comber, 2 July 2005)
View Match Ireland beat UAE by 2 wickets (ICC Trophy, Stormont, 4 July 2005)
View Match Ireland beat Denmark by 73 runs (ICC Trophy, Bangor, 7 July 2005)
View Match Ireland beat Canada by 4 wickets (ICC Trophy, Clontarf, 9 July 2005)
View Match Ireland lost to Scotland by 47 runs (ICC Trophy, Clontarf, 13 July 2005)
View Match Ireland beat Kenya by 6 wickets (Intercontinental Cup, Windhoek, 27 October 2005)
View Match Ireland lost to Hampshire by 8 wickets (C&G Trophy, Clontarf, 23 April 2006)
View Match Middlesex beat Ireland by 9 wickets (C&G Trophy, Lord's, 28 May 2006)
View Match Ireland lost to Sussex by 7 wickets (C&G Trophy, Clontarf, 11 June 2006)
View Match Ireland lost to England by 38 runs (ODI, Stormont, 13 June 2006)
View Match Ireland lost to Somerset by 73 runs (C&G Trophy, Stormont, 25 June 2006)
View Match Scotland lost to Ireland by 85 runs (ODI (European Chams), Ayr, 5 August 2006)
View Match Ireland beat Italy by 7 wickets (European Chams, Glasgow, 7 August 2006)
View Match Ireland v Netherlands - no result (ODI (European Chams), Ayr, 8 August 2006)
View Match MCC lost to Ireland by 97 runs (1 Day, Lord's, 15 August 2006)
View Match Scotland drew with Ireland (Intercontinental Cup, Aberdeen, 17 August 2006)
View Match Ireland lost to Scotland by 3 wickets ((WCL) ODI, Nairobi, 30 January 2007)
View Match Ireland beat Bermuda by 4 wickets ((WCL) ODI, Nairobi, 31 January 2007)
View Match Kenya beat Ireland by 1 wicket ((WCL) ODI, Nairobi, 2 February 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to Canada by 6 wickets ((WCL) ODI, Nairobi, 4 February 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to Netherlands by 6 runs ((WCL) ODI, Nairobi, 5 February 2007)
View Match UAE lost to Ireland by an innings and 170 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Abu Dhabi, 10 February 2007)
View Match Ireland tied with Zimbabwe (World Cup, Kingston, 15 March 2007)
View Match Ireland beat Pakistan by 3 wickets (World Cup, Kingston, 17 March 2007)
View Match West Indies beat Ireland by 8 wickets (World Cup, Kingston, 23 March 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to England by 48 runs (World Cup, Georgetown, 30 March 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to South Africa by 7 wickets (World Cup, Georgetown, 3 April 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to New Zealand by 129 runs (World Cup, Georgetown, 9 April 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to Australia by 9 wickets (World Cup, Bridgetown, 13 April 2007)
View Match Ireland beat Bangladesh by 74 runs (World Cup, Bridgetown, 15 April 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to Kent by 58 runs (Friends Provident Trophy, Stormont, 29 April 2007)
View Match Somerset beat Ireland by 128 runs (Friends Provident Trophy, Taunton, 6 May 2007)
View Match Hampshire beat Ireland by by 8 wickets (Friends Provident Trophy, Southampton, 7 May 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to Gloucestershire by 185 runs (Friends Provident Trophy, Clontarf, 10 May 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to Essex by 7 wickets (Friends Provident Trophy, Clontarf, 13 May 2007)
View Match Ireland beat Canada by an innings and 115 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Leicester, 22 May 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to India by 9 wickets (ODI, Stormont, 23 June 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to South Africa by 42 runs (ODI, Stormont, 24 June 2007)
View Match Ireland drew with Scotland (Intercontinental Cup, Stormont, 9 August 2007)
View Match Ireland beat Bermuda by an innings and 146 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Clontarf, 23 August 2007)
View Match Ireland lost to Nottinghamshire by 56 runs (Friends Provident Trophy, Clontarf, 27 April 2008)
View Match Leicestershire beat Ireland by 39 runs (Friends Provident Trophy, Leicester, 4 May 2008)
View Match Northamptonshire beat Ireland by 8 wickets (Friends Provident Trophy, Northampton, 5 May 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Warwickshire by 4 wickets (Friends Provident Trophy, Stormont, 16 May 2008)
View Match Ireland lost to Leicestershire by 81 runs (Friends Provident Trophy, Stormont, 18 May 2008)
View Match Nottinghamshire beat Ireland by 1 run (Friends Provident Trophy, Nottingham, 26 May 2008)
View Match Ireland lost to Northamptonshire by 99 runs (Friends Provident Trophy, Clontarf, 28 May 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Bangladesh A by 82 runs (T20, Eglinton, 27 June 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Bangladesh A by 5 wickets (1 Day, Bangor, 29 June 2008)
View Match Ireland lost to New Zealand by 290 runs (ODI, Aberdeen, 1 July 2008)
View Match Scotland beat Ireland by 5 wickets (ODI, Aberdeen, 2 July 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Norway by 8 wickets (European Chams, The Hills, 25 July 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Denmark by 5 wickets (European Chams, Rathmines, 26 July 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Netherlands by 7 wickets (ODI (European Chams), Clontarf, 28 July 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Italy by 4 wickets (European Chams, Malahide, 29 July 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Scotland by 7 wickets (ODI (European Chams), Clontarf, 31 July 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Scotland by 4 wickets (World T20 Qualifier, Stormont, 2 August 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Bermuda by 4 runs (DL) (World T20 Qualifier, Stormont, 3 August 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Kenya by 4 wickets (World T20 Qualifier, Stormont, 4 August 2008)
View Match Ireland v Netherlands - no result (World T20 Qualifier, Stormont, 5 August 2008)
View Match Ireland drew with Canada (Intercontinental Cup, Malahide, 7 August 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Kenya by 33 runs (ODI, Stormont, 24 August 2008)
View Match Namibia lost to Ireland by 8 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Windhoek, 3 October 2008)
View Match Kenya lost to Ireland by an innings and 65 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Nairobi, 11 October 2008)
View Match Ireland lost to Zimbabwe by 156 runs (ODI, Nairobi, 17 October 2008)
View Match Kenya lost to Ireland by 86 runs (ODI, Nairobi, 18 October 2008)
View Match Ireland beat Namibia by 9 wickets (Intercontinental Cup, Port Elizabeth, 30 October 2008)
View Match Ireland lost to Zimbabwe A by 7 wickets (1 Day, Benoni, 25 March 2009)
View Match Ireland beat Afghanistan by 6 wickets (1 Day, Benoni, 26 March 2009)
View Match Ireland beat UAE by 8 wickets (1 Day, Pretoria, 29 March 2009)
View Match Ireland beat Oman by 116 runs (World Cup Qualifier, Krugersdorp, 2 April 2009)
View Match Ireland beat Uganda by 6 wickets (World Cup Qualifier, Krugersdorp, 4 April 2009)
View Match Ireland beat Canada by 6 wickets (World Cup Qualifier, Benoni, 6 April 2009)
View Match Ireland beat Namibia by 7 wickets (World Cup Qualifier, Johannesburg, 8 April 2009)
View Match Ireland lost to Afghanistan by 22 runs (World Cup Qualifier, Krugersdorp, 11 April 2009)
View Match Ireland beat UAE by 8 wickets (World Cup Qualifier, Johannesburg, 13 April 2009)
View Match Ireland beat Netherlands by 6 wickets (World Cup Qualifier, Pretoria, 15 April 2009)
View Match Ireland lost to Kenya by 6 wickets (World Cup Qualifier, Pretoria, 17 April 2009)
View Match Ireland beat Canada by 9 wickets (World Cup Qualifier, Centurion, 19 April 2009)
View Match Ireland lost to Worcestershire by 52 runs (Friends Provident Trophy, Stormont, 26 April 2009)
View Match Nottinghamshire beat Ireland by 134 runs (Friends Provident Trophy, Nottingham, 3 May 2009)
View Match Leicestershire beat Ireland by 7 wickets (Friends Provident Trophy, Leicester, 4 May 2009)
View Match Ireland lost to Nottinghamshire by 2 wickets (Friends Provident Trophy, Clontarf, 16 May 2009)
View Match Hampshire beat Ireland by 77 runs (Friends Provident Trophy, Southampton, 18 May 2009)
View Match Worcestershire lost to Ireland by 94 runs (Friends Provident Trophy, Worcester, 20 May 2009)
View Match Ireland lost to West Indies by 5 wickets (T20, Wormsley Park, 30 May 2009)
View Match Ireland lost to India by 8 wickets (Twenty20 World Cup, Nottingham, 10 June 2009)
View Match Ireland lost to Sri Lanka by 9 runs (Twenty20 World Cup, Lord's, 14 June 2009)
View Match Ireland lost to Pakistan by 39 runs (Twenty20 World Cup, The Oval, 15 June 2009)
View Match Ireland drew with Kenya (Intercontinental Cup, Eglinton, 9 July 2009)
View Match Ireland beat Kenya by 3 wickets (ODI, Clontarf, 9 July 2009)
View Match Ireland beat Kenya by 52 runs (ODI, Clontarf, 11 July 2009)
View Match Ireland beat Kenya by 4 runs (ODI, Clontarf, 12 July 2009)
View Match Scotland drew with Ireland (Intercontinental Cup, Aberdeen, 17-20 August 2009)
View Match Scotland lost to Ireland by 96 runs (ODI, Aberdeen, 22 August 2009)
View Match Ireland lost to England by 3 runs (DL) (ODI, Stormont, 27 August 2009)
View Match Ireland lost to Afghanistan by 7 wickets (Intercontinental Cup, Dambulla, 21-24 January 2010)
View Match Sri Lanka Board XI beat Ireland by 3 wickets (T20, Colombo, 31 January 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Afghanistan by 5 wickets (T20 International, Colombo, 1 February 2010)
View Match Ireland lost to Canada by 4 runs (T20 International, Colombo, 3 February 2010)
View Match Sri Lanka A beat Ireland by 5 wickets (T20, Colombo, 4 February 2010)
View Match Ireland beat USA by 78 runs (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Abu Dhabi, 10 February 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Scotland by 37 runs (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 11 February 2010)
View Match UAE lost to Ireland by 22 runs (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 12 February 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Netherlands by 65 runs (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 13 February 2010)
View Match Ireland lost to Afghanistan by 8 wickets (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 13 February 2010)
View Match Jamaica drew with Ireland (First Class, Chedwin, 3-7 April 2010)
View Match Jamaica beat Ireland by 6 wickets (1 Day, Discovery, 7 April 2010)
View Match Jamaica lost to Ireland by 3 runs (T20, Trelawny, 10 April 2010)
View Match West Indies XI beat Ireland by 31 runs (T20, Trelawny, 11 April 2010)
View Match West Indies beat Ireland by 6 wickets (ODI, Kingston, 15 April 2010)
View Match West Indies XI beat Ireland by 16 runs (T20, Kingston, 18 April 2010)
View Match Ireland lost to Australia by 39 runs (ODI, Clontarf, 17 June 2010)
View Match Ireland lost to West Indies A by 50 runs (1 Day, Stormont, 23 June 2010)
View Match Ireland lost to West Indies A by 8 wickets (1 Day, Stormont, 25 June 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Kenya by 7 wickets ((WCL) ODI, Rotterdam, 1 July 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Afghanistan by 39 runs ((WCL) ODI, Rotterdam, 3 July 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Scotland by 5 wickets ((WCL) ODI, Voorburg, 5 July 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Canada by 5 wickets ((WCL) ODI, Amstelveen, 7 July 2010)
View Match Netherlands lost to Ireland by 39 runs ((WCL) ODI, Amstelveen, 9 July 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Scotland by 6 wickets ((WCL) ODI, Amstelveen, 10 July 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Bangladesh by 7 wickets (ODI, Stormont, 15 July 2010)
View Match Ireland lost to Bangladesh by 6 wickets (ODI, Stormont, 16 July 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Netherlands by an innings and 84 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Rathmines, 11-14 August 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Netherlands by 70 runs (ODI, Clontarf, 16 August 2010)
View Match Ireland beat Netherlands by 9 wickets (ODI, Clontarf, 18 August 2010)
View Match Canada lost to Ireland by 6 wickets (Intercontinental Cup, Toronto, 31 August - 3 September 2010)
View Match Canada beat Ireland by 4 runs (ODI, Toronto, 6 September 2010)
View Match Canada lost to Ireland by 92 runs (ODI, Toronto, 7 September 2010)
View Match Zimbabwe drew with Ireland (Intercontinental Cup, Harare, 20-23 September 2010)
View Match Zimbabwe beat Ireland by 2 wickets (ODI, Harare, 26 September 2010)
View Match Zimbabwe beat Ireland by 3 wickets (ODI, Harare, 28 September 2010)
View Match Zimbabwe lost to Ireland by 20 runs (ODI, Harare, 30 September 2010)
View Match Ireland lost to New Zealand by 32 runs (1 Day, Nagpur, 12 February 2011)
View Match Bangladesh beat Ireland by 27 runs (World Cup, Mirpur, 25 February 2011)
View Match India beat Ireland by 5 wickets (World Cup, Bangalore, 6 March 2011)
View Match Ireland lost to Pakistan by 7 wickets (ODI, Stormont, 28 May 2011)
View Match Ireland lost to Pakistan by 5 wickets (ODI, Stormont, 30 May 2011)
View Match Ireland beat Namibia by 26 runs ((WCLC) World Cup Qualifier, Stormont, 4 July 2011)
View Match Ireland beat Namibia by 8 wickets ((WCLC) World Cup Qualifier, Stormont, 5 July 2011)
View Match Scotland beat Ireland by 5 wickets (ODI, Grange, Edinburgh, 12 July 2011)
View Match Ireland beat Namibia by 5 wickets (Intercontinental Cup, Stormont, 6-9 September 2011)
View Match Ireland beat Canada by an innings and 11 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Rathmines, 13-16 September 2011)
View Match Kenya lost to Ireland by 10 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Mombasa, 12-15 February 2012)
View Match Kenya beat Ireland by 7 wickets ((WCLC) World Cup Qualifier, Mombasa, 18 February 2012)
View Match Kenya lost to Ireland by 117 runs ((WCLC) World Cup Qualifier, Mombasa, 20 February 2012)
View Match Kenya lost to Ireland by 8 wickets (T20 International, Mombasa, 23 February 2012)
View Match Kenya lost to Ireland by 2 runs (T20 International, Mombasa, 24 February 2012)
View Match Eastern Province beat Ireland by 21 runs (T20, Dubai, 6 March 2012)
View Match Namibia beat Ireland by 4 runs (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 13 March 2012)
View Match Ireland beat Kenya by 10 wickets (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 14 March 2012)
View Match Ireland beat USA by 64 runs (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 16 March 2012)
View Match Ireland beat Uganda by 82 runs (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 19 March 2012)
View Match Ireland beat Oman by 44 runs (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Abu Dhabi, 20 March 2012)
View Match Ireland beat Canada by 10 wickets (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 22 March 2012)
View Match Ireland beat Netherlands by 7 wickets (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 23 March 2012)
View Match Ireland beat Namibia by 9 wickets (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 24 March 2012)
View Match Ireland beat Afghanistan by 5 wickets (T20 World Cup Qualifier, Dubai, 24 March 2012)
View Match Ireland drew with Afghanistan (Intercontinental Cup, Clontarf, 9-12 July 2012)
View Match Ireland drew with South Africa A (First Class, OakHill, 6-8 August 2012)
View Match Ireland drew with South Africa A (First Class, Coleraine, 13-15 August 2012)
View Match Ireland lost to South Africa A by 68 runs (1 Day, Stormont, 19 August 2012)
View Match Ireland lost to South Africa A by 6 wickets (1 Day, Stormont, 21 August 2012)
View Match Ireland v South Africa A - no result (1 Day, Stormont, 23 August 2012)
View Match Ireland beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets (Twenty20 Friendly, Colombo, 10 September 2012)
View Match UAE drew with Ireland (Intercontinental Cup, Sharjah, 12 March 2013)
View Match UAE lost to Ireland by 6 wickets (T20, Sharjah, 21 March 2013)
View Match Ireland tied with Pakistan (ODI, Clontarf, 23 May 2013)
View Match Ireland lost to Australia A by 93 runs (4 day, Stormont, 14 June 2013)
View Match Netherlands lost to Ireland by 279 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Deventer, 1 July 2013)
View Match Ireland beat Scotland by 7 wickets ((WCLC) World Cup Qualifier, Stormont, 8 September 2013)
View Match Ireland beat Scotland by an innings and 44 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Clontarf, 11 September 2013)
View Match Ireland beat Afghanistan by 122 runs (Intercontinental Cup, Dubai, 10 December 2013)
View Match Ireland lost to Sri Lanka A by 28 runs (1 Day, Stormont, 23 July 2014)
View Match Ireland lost to Sri Lanka A by 107 runs (1 Day, Stormont, 25 July 2014)
View Match Ireland beat Scotland by 7 wickets (ODI, Malahide, 8 September 2014)
View Match Ireland beat Scotland by 3 wickets (ODI, Malahide, 10 September 2014)
View Match Ireland lost to Scotland by 8 wickets (ODI, Malahide, 12 September 2014)
Articles
Andrew White Wins Player Of The Year
Andrew White has been voted Sunday Independent Player Of The Year.
Reliving the Dream
Ireland allrounder Andrew White releases his book recounting the story of Ireland's amazing World Cup experiences.
Andrew White reflects on his Ireland career so far
Thirteeen years of great memories, 200 caps and counting.
Determined White looking for recall
Andrew White is determined to win his place back in the Ireland team - and he has an extra special reason.
Andrew White retires from international cricket
The 34 year-old, his country's most capped player with 231 appearances, has called time on his career after a serious finger injury ended his hopes of appearing at a third World Cup.
White agrees coaching role with Ireland
ANDREW WHITE has been appointed as a Specialist Coach for Ireland's tour of the UAE in January, where they will take part in the eight-nation Desert T20.
White replaces McCallan on selectors panel
Former international all-rounder Andrew White replaces Kyle McCallan as international selector.
Andrew White Cricket Academy
How it all started and the benefits for young cricketers.
White agrees coaching role with Ireland
Andrew White has been appointed as a Specialist Coach for Ireland's tour of the UAE in January, where they will take part in the eight-nation Desert T20.
Andrew White appointed head of selectors
Andrew White has been appointed the Chair of National Men's Selectors as Irish cricket embarks on what is destined to be an historic 2018.