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Malahide

Malahide Cricket Club
Dublin Road
Malahide
County Dublin
087 4190148

Founded: 1863
Capacity: 8,000-11,500 (temporary stands) Names of ends: Pavilion, Village

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International matches at Malahide
View Match 11 May 2019, Ireland lost to West Indies by 5 wickets (ODI)
View Match 3 May 2019, Ireland lost to England by 4 wickets (ODI)
View Match 29 June 2018, Ireland lost to India by 143 runs (T20 International)
View Match 27 June 2018, Ireland lost to India by 76 runs (T20 International)
View Match 11-15 May 2018, Ireland lost to Pakistan by 5 wickets (Test Match)
View Match 15-18 August 2017, Ireland drew with Netherlands (Intercontinental Cup)
View Match 21 May 2017, Ireland lost to New Zealand by 190 runs (ODI)
View Match 19 May 2017, Ireland lost to Bangladesh by 8 wickets (ODI)
View Match 14 May 2017, Ireland lost to New Zealand by 51 runs (ODI)
View Match 12 May 2017, Ireland v Bangladesh - no result (ODI)
View Match 18 August 2016, Ireland lost to Pakistan by 255 runs (ODI)
View Match 18 June 2016, Sri Lanka beat Ireland by 136 runs (ODI)
View Match 16 June 2016, Sri Lanka beat Ireland by 76 runs (ODI)
View Match 25 July 2015, Ireland lost to Netherlands by 5 wickets (T20 World Cup Qualifier)
View Match 19 July 2015, Ireland beat Jersey by 7 wickets (T20 World Cup Qualifier)
View Match 17 July 2015, Ireland lost to Hong Kong by 5 runs (T20 World Cup Qualifier)
View Match 2-5 June 2015, Ireland beat UAE by an innings and 26 runs (Intercontinental Cup)
View Match 8 May 2015, Ireland v England - no result (ODI)
View Match 12 September 2014, Ireland lost to Scotland by 8 wickets (ODI)
View Match 10 September 2014, Ireland beat Scotland by 3 wickets (ODI)
View Match 8 September 2014, Ireland beat Scotland by 7 wickets (ODI)
View Match 3 September 2013, Ireland lost to England by 6 wickets (ODI)
View Match 7 August 2008, Ireland drew with Canada (Intercontinental Cup)
View Match 29 July 2008, Ireland beat Italy by 4 wickets (European Chams)
View Match 6 September 2003, Ireland beat Denmark by 159 runs (1 Day)
View Match 10 July 2003, Ireland beat ECB XI by 52 runs (1 Day)
View Match 8 July 2003, Ireland lost to ECB XI by 52 runs (1 Day)
View Match 1 July 1999, Ireland lost to ECB XI by 36 runs (Triple Crown)
View Match 9 August 1997, Ireland drew with Scotland (3 Day)
View Match 15 June 1996, Ireland lost to MCC by 3 wickets (3 Day)
View Match 13 June 1992, Ireland lost to Middlesex by 43 runs (2 Day)
View Match 22 June 1991, Ireland beat Scotland by 95 runs (3 Day)
View Match 26 June 1988, Ireland lost to Worcestershire by 115 runs (1 Day)
View Match 11 July 1987, Ireland drew with with Sussex (2 Day)
View Match 2 June 1986, Ireland lost to Yorkshire by 55 runs (1 Day)
View Match 1 June 1986, Ireland lost to Yorkshire by 121 runs (1 Day)
View Match 15 July 1984, Ireland beat Wales by 10 wickets (3 Day)
Articles
Malahide and Stormont to host England and Australia
Cricket Ireland have confirmed Malahide and Stormont as the host venues for their ODI's against England and Australia in 2015.
Malahide to host Sri Lanka and Pakistan games
Ireland will return to the attractive setting of Malahide for two one-day international series against Sri Lanka and Pakistan next summer, as the Boys in Green look forward to a busy 2016.
Malahide the star of the show
Fans heading to watch The Boys in Green attempting to level the series against Sri Lanka at Malahide will be guaranteed at least one top quality performance - from the pitch and outfield at Ireland's new Home of Cricket.
Malahide to host Ireland Test against Pakistan
Cricket Ireland have confirmed Malahide will be the venue for the inaugural Test match against Pakistan in May next year.
Deutrom explains Malahide rejection
Cricket Ireland CEO Warren Deutrom has outlined the reasons why Malahide has been rejected in favour of Abbotstown as the venue for a new National Stadium.
Malahide about turn makes sense
Irish cricket's governing body previously supported a €6m redevelopment of the members-owned Malahide Cricket Club, which would have included a new pavilion with television and media facilities, and 1,500 permanent seats.