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Ireland Women: International Tournaments
2010 ICC Women's Challenge
Potchefstroom, South Africa
Squads announced for ICC Women's Cricket Challenge
The final squads to participate in the ICC Women's Cricket Challenge, from 6-16 October 2010, were announced today.
Ireland women excited by ICC Cricket Challenge
Ireland women put in the hard yards ahead of next week's international cricket competition n South Africa.
Sister Act for Ireland at cricket challenge
For Ireland's women's team it appears to be very much of a sister thing; with three different set of sisters as an integral part of the team.
Garth excited by South African challenge
When the ICC Women's Cricket Challenge begins in South Africa, there will be few players more excited than 14-year old Irish all-rounder Kim Garth.
Opening day defeats for Ireland and Netherlands
Ireland lost to Pakistan in their opening match at the ICC Women's Challenge in Potchefstrrom, South Africa.
Heavy defeat for Ireland in South Africa
Ireland lose to Pakistan by seven wickets after being dismissed for 116 on day one.
Irish women lose again
West Indies defeats Ireland by 165 runs on the second day of the ICC Women's Challenge in Potchefstroom.
Irish women still without a win
The third round of matches in the ICC Women's Challenge saw Ireland lose to South Africa.
Ireland clinch easy win over Netherlands
Cecelia and Isobel Joyce share 150 run partneship to set up easy eight wicket win.
Ireland women lose to Sri Lanka in a thrilling finish
The final round of matches in the ICC Women's Challenge saw Ireland lose to Sri Lanka by 2 wickets and finish in 5th position.
Sri Lanka edge out Ireland
Ireland lose thrilling contest to Sri Lanka by two wickets.
Ireland lose to Sri Lanka in Women's Twenty 20
An 11 run defeat means that Ireland will play Pakistan on Saturday for the right to appear in the play-off for third place.
Ireland defeat Netherlands to finish fifth
Nikki Symmons scores 86 to ensure Ireland take fifth spot in Twenty20 competition.