Modern Irish Cricket Books
Green Days, Cricket In Ireland 1792-2005
With a fascinating collection of vintage photographs, and stunning action shots from the modern era, Ger Siggins tells the story of cricket in Ireland, from the earliest days up to the ICC Trophy final in July 2005.
Ireland's 100 Cricket Greats
Gerard Siggins and James Fitzgerald explore the stories of the top players to play for Ireland, bringing life to the long history of the game in the country and recounting some fascinating tales.
Six After Six - Ireland's Cricket World Cup
It was England versus Ireland in the 2011 Cricket World Cup, a match that would turn out to be one of the greatest upsets in the long history of the game.
A Stone in the Glasshouse
Covers every one of the 76 games he played for Ireland and is a forthright account of his time at Middlesex and tours abroad with the MCC.
Raiders of the Caribbean
Captain Trent Johnston and journalist Gerard Siggins trace the long and difficult journey Irish cricket had to make to reach the 2007 World Cup, as well as the story of Ireland's amazing victories of two of the world's top teams.
This is the story of the outstanding team performance of the Irish team in 2007. Reporter Ed Leahy was present throughout the tournament, and his book also features numerous exclusive photographs taken by Irish team member Paul Mooney.
Ireland's Caribbean Carnival
The photographic journey of the Ireland cricket team from training and preparation, through the World Cup, visiting a host of beautiful Caribbean countries.
Mine's a Treble
Robin Walsh's story of 2013-2014, the year in which he forsook the pressbox to be President of Cricket Ireland.
Farewell to Ormeau
The story of North of Ireland's ground at Ormeau in Belfast, scene of international matches until 2001.