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T20 finalists taking shape T20 finalists taking shape ZZZZ3:05 pmZZZZ
The Sunday Independent All-Ireland Twenty20 finals in Bready next month is taking shape, and you’ll get good odds on it having the same line-up as last year’s inaugural festival.
Leinster Bolts squads named Leinster Bolts squads named ZZZZ11:18 pmZZZZ
Leinster Bolts have named their squads for the matches against the Emerging Knights.
Emerging Knights in Dublin Emerging Knights in Dublin ZZZZ6:14 amZZZZ
The NCU has announced an Emerging Knights squad to play two, 50 over fixtures against Leinster Lightning Bolts, at North County and Phoenix Cricket Clubs, respectively.
Take two for Irish Senior Cup Take two for Irish Senior Cup ZZZZ5:25 amZZZZ
IT is take two on Sunday for the three Ulster teams involved in the Irish Senior Cup quarter-finals, the only difference they have had to give up home advantage, following last weekend’s wash-outs.
Warriors deserved champions Warriors deserved champions ZZZZ8:30 amZZZZ
NORTH West Warriors are the three-day inter-provincial champions, clinching the title in style 45 minutes after lunch on the final day of their game against Northern Knights at Bready.
Test at Lord's dream come true for Porterfield Test at Lord's dream come true for Porterfield ZZZZ8:19 amZZZZ
WILLIAM Porterfield has described the announcement of next year’s Test match between Ireland and England at Lord’s as a dream come true.
Irish set for four day Lord's Test Irish set for four day Lord's Test ZZZZ4:35 amZZZZ
Holdsworth suggests the ECB were initially reluctant to sanction a four-day Test match in the wake of sustained criticism over “The Hundred”, their proposed 100-ball-a-side, eight-team domestic tournament, which is due to begin in July 2020.
Irish second-class citizens Irish second-class citizens ZZZZ4:29 amZZZZ
IRELAND celebrated the announcement of an historic first Test match at Lord’s next season despite clearly being treated as second-class citizens by England who have deigned to play the game over four days in London.
Ulster Cup scrapped Ulster Cup scrapped ZZZZ1:40 amZZZZ
The plug has been pulled on this year’s Ulster Cup because there is no sponsor and fixture pressure.
Ireland crush Norfolk Ireland crush Norfolk ZZZZ2:05 amZZZZ
Ireland U19 girls began the Malvern Festival with an emphatic 229-run over Norfolk.
Ireland Under-17s squad named for English and Scottish fixtures Ireland Under-17s squad named for English and Scottish fixtures ZZZZ6:40 amZZZZ
Neil Rock will captain the Under-17s squad to play four fixtures at Malvern College, Worcestershire..
Rush and Galway progress in National Cup Rush and Galway progress in National Cup ZZZZ10:08 pmZZZZ
No play was possible in any of the four scheduled Irish Senior Cup ties, but two games did survive in the National Cup.
White four wicket haul as Ireland bounce back White four wicket haul as Ireland bounce back ZZZZ3:06 amZZZZ
Sarah White took four wickets as Ireland Under 15 girls beat Leinster Under 17's in a thrilling contest at park Avenue.
Porterfield calls for more interpro cricket Porterfield calls for more interpro cricket ZZZZ12:35 amZZZZ
If Ireland are to be competitive on the world stage the best players here must play more cricket, insists Porterfield.
Irish Schools beat Ireland U17 Irish Schools beat Ireland U17 ZZZZ2:01 amZZZZ
Irish Schools beat an Ireland Under 17 select at Campbell College in a hard-fought encounter.
Shillington soars as Ireland impress again Shillington soars as Ireland impress again ZZZZ5:58 amZZZZ
IRELAND are well on their way to the Women’s World Twenty20 in West Indies this year after completing the formality of a second victory in the qualifying tournament in the Netherlands yesterday.
Sean Terry calls time on career Sean Terry calls time on career ZZZZ7:28 amZZZZ
Sean Terry, the Southampton-born and Australian-raised top order batsman who made his debut for Ireland in 2016, has decided to call time on his international and domestic cricket career with immediate effect.
Teenage rampage Teenage rampage ZZZZ10:06 pmZZZZ
Gaby Lewis went on a teenage rampage at Sydney Parade, blazing a half-century from 31 balls as Ireland pulled off a record chase to beat Bangladesh by six wickets off the last delivery of a fiercely fought T20 series.