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Irish International Venues
The Mardyke, Cork

Cork County Cricket Club
Richard Beamish Grounds
Mardyke Walk
+353 21 427 2569

Founded: 1874
Names of ends: Mardyke Walk, Sunday's Well

The Mardyke photo
International matches at The Mardyke
View Match 13 August 2002, Ireland beat MCC by 5 wickets (3 Day)
View Match 8-10 July 1978, Ireland beat Wales by 135 runs (3 Day)
View Match 12-14 June 1976, Ireland drew with MCC (3 Day)
View Match 11-13 August 1973, Ireland beat Scotland by 50 runs (3 Day)
View Match 17-19 July 1971, Ireland beat Wales by 260 runs (3 Day)
View Match 15-17 August 1970, Ireland drew with Denmark (2 Day)
View Match 22-24 July 1961, Ireland drew with Scotland (3 Day)
View Match 31 May 1947, Ireland drew with Scotland (3 Day)
View Match 31 July 1930, Ireland drew with MCC (2 Day)
View Match 11 July 1904, Ireland lost to Cambridge University by 5 wickets (3 Day)
View Match 30 June 1904, Ireland beat South Africa by 93 runs (3 Day)
View Match 15 June 1903, Ireland drew with London County (2 Day)
The Mardyke - a century ago
The first batsmen to take the field in an "international" at the Mardyke in Cork were no less than WG Grace and WL Murdoch.
Mardyke to host Senior Interprovincial fixture
Cork has been chosen as the host venue for the Irish North v South inter-regional game on 3 June.