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Merrion and Pembroke march relentlessly on ZZZZ12:19 amZZZZ
It's four wins out of four for the powerhouses of Pembroke and Merrion.
Leinster top Group C ZZZZ12:13 amZZZZ
Leinster beat Adamstown twice, while Phoenix and Terenure shared the spoils.
Malahide and Clontarf set the pace in Group B ZZZZ12:04 amZZZZ
Malahide and Clontarf both made it four wins out of four to top Group B.
Rain ends Ireland campaign ZZZZ12:49 amZZZZ
The last faint hope of Ireland progressing to the next stage of the T20 World Cup was extinguished by the rain in Florida yesterday as a soggy outfield at Lauderhill led to an abandoned game and sent the USA through to the Super Eight.
Nepal fall just short against South Africa ZZZZ12:08 amZZZZ
A one run win for South Africa as Nepal come close to a famous upset.
Balbriggan demolish North County ZZZZ11:59 pmZZZZ
Balbriggan take charge of Group A with two big wins over North County, while The Hills and Dublin University share the spoils.
Scotland fall short after last day of Group B ZZZZ11:26 pmZZZZ
England beat Namibia and Scotland lose a closely fought match against Australia and fail to progress.
Great Scott but Supermac keeps Donemana top ZZZZ11:21 pmZZZZ
Scott Macbeth's 156 helped Brigade beat Killyclooney, but Donemana stay top thanks to a fine effort at Coleraine, while Lahiru Dilshan's century ensured Eglinton won a thriller against Newbuildings.
Saints march on in Championship ZZZZ11:15 pmZZZZ
St Johnston stay top of the Championship, while there were also wins for Strabane, Bonds Glen and Ballyspallen.
Ain't no sunshine when Ireland's gone ZZZZ11:08 pmZZZZ
THE Sunshine State they call it. But it was more Mops and Bucket than Tubbs and Crockett as Ireland tumbled out of the Men’s T20 World Cup in rain-soaked Lauderhill, just north of Miami, yesterday.
Scotland to host Australia in three-match series ZZZZ2:05 amZZZZ
Three T20 internationals will take place between the sides at The Grange, Edinburgh on 4, 6 and 7 September, ahead of Australia’s fixtures against England later in the month.
Clean sweep for Ireland Academy ZZZZ1:36 amZZZZ
While Ireland's T20 World Cup campaign was ending in a sodden mess in Florida, the sun was shining on the Academy at Bready as they completed a 3-0 series clean sweep over their West Indian counterparts.
Uganda end tournament with another heavy defeat ZZZZ1:12 amZZZZ
A nine wicket win for the already eliminated New Zealand side.
Ireland one eye on the skies ahead of USA clash ZZZZ8:00 amZZZZ
‘Scattered thunderstorms with a 78% chance of rain’ is the forecast of the weather boffins in Broward County, south-east Florida. Should they be right, Ireland’s stuttering T20 World Cup campaign will be put to bed today when they are due to play the United States in a crunch Group A game in Lauderhill.
The sum of Irish hopes ZZZZ7:57 amZZZZ
If one of the 14 support staff with the Ireland squad knows how to use a calculator, skipper Paul Stirling will already be aware of the size of the challenge that lies ahead this weekend in Florida as his side try to qualify for the Super Eight of the T20 World Cup.
Netherlands fall short against Bangladesh ZZZZ11:04 amZZZZ
A burst of four wickets for six runs in three overs halts the Dutch run chase.
Italy and Romania still unbeaten in 2026 qualifying ZZZZ10:16 amZZZZ
The two teams top their groups heading into the final day of round-robin play.
No dancing pandas at Bready ZZZZ6:39 amZZZZ
It was a day to remember at Bready. I arrived late but didn't miss much and opted against leaving early, in the process seeing one of those games that usually only happen about once a year.
Donemana continue to deliver ZZZZ6:35 amZZZZ
It was something of a Carlsberg weekend for Donemana who not only completed a last gasp win against Ardmore thanks to Irish international Andy McBrine’s two sixes in the final over. That victory, coupled with losses for rival title challengers Brigade and Bready meant that the Holm side has opened up a clear gap at the top of the Premiership.
Charlie impresses for Foxies ZZZZ6:31 amZZZZ
It was a milestone day for teenage Fox Lodge opener Charlie Simpson, who recorded a maiden senior half century for the Ballymagorry side in their narrow win at neighbours Burndennett. The wicketkeeper-batsman made the brave decision to move from Newbuildings at the start of the campaign.
Pollock making his Mark at Burndennett ZZZZ6:28 amZZZZ
It’s been a very productive few years for Burndennett all-rounder Mark Pollock, who picked up the Michael Bannigan Player of the Year Award last season, and continues to impress for the Tyrone club.
Strabane impress with win at Glendermott ZZZZ6:26 amZZZZ
There’s no doubting the quality at Strabane, and they showed their promotion credentials with a fine win at Glendermott.
Can Ireland turn around their fortunes? ZZZZ6:22 amZZZZ
Ireland hoping for a dramatic u-turn after New York nightmare.
Ireland get no favours ZZZZ6:20 amZZZZ
IF IRELAND were hoping India would do them a big favour in New York yesterday it didn’t happen but the T20 World Cup favourites did just scrape past the USA by seven wickets to keep Group A alive for all five teams.
England crush Oman, lift NRR above Scotland ZZZZ1:42 pmZZZZ
A quick win for England puts pressure on Scotland.
New York leg ends in defeat for co-hosts ZZZZ12:10 amZZZZ
A seven wicket win over USA secures India's Super 8 spot.
Irish Senior and National Cup draws ZZZZ11:42 amZZZZ
Holders Leinster will travel to the NCU if they overcome Brigade on Sunday. Merrion will face Pembroke or Waringstown in a mouth-watering clash, while Phoenix will meet North Down or Balbriggan, and Malahide await the winners of Instonians or CSNI.
Ireland up for it ahead of weekend destiny dates ZZZZ2:06 amZZZZ
The Irish cricketers are ‘up for it’ in this weekend’s crucial T20 World Cup games, says all-rounder Curtis Campher. ‘We’re used to fighting uphill battles,’ he added, as the squad got down to business in Florida after a three-day break.
All eyes on New York ZZZZ2:04 amZZZZ
WHILE they swelter in the heat of Florida, the Ireland squad will have one eye on the weather 1300 miles up the east coast today, knowing that rain in New York could spell the end of their spluttering T20 World Cup campaign.
Australia thrash Namibia & secure Super 8 place ZZZZ9:43 pmZZZZ
A heavy defeat for the Namibians as Australia secure progression to the next stage.
Pakistan stay in contention after win over Canada ZZZZ1:00 pmZZZZ
A straightforward seven wicket win keeps Pakistan's Super 8 hopes alive.
Record breaking Merrion into Irish Cup last eight ZZZZ10:59 pmZZZZ
Merrion set an Irish Cup record total in their win over The Hills, while there were also victories for Malahide and Phoenix on a rain-affected day.
Favourites Rush and North County through in National Cup ZZZZ6:44 amZZZZ
Three times winners Rush and 2022 champions North County are through to the quarter-finals of the National Cup.
Bready stay in pole position ZZZZ2:13 amZZZZ
There were wins on Monday night in the Women's Premiership for Bready, Fox Lodge and Eglinton.
Harlequins beat County in memorable Cork derby ZZZZ1:36 pmZZZZ
Sunday saw Cork Harlequins host Cork County in a crucial match which could have a big bearing on the league in 2024. 
North County in pole position in Group A ZZZZ10:55 pmZZZZ
North County top the Group A table with back-to-back wins over Dublin University, while Balbriggan and The Hills share the spoils.
Clontarf and Malahide in charge of Group B ZZZZ10:46 pmZZZZ
A Mitchell Thompson century and a five wickets haul for Kelvin Donnelly were the highlights of two victories for Clontarf and Malahide.
Phoenix and Leinster top T20 Group C ZZZZ10:42 pmZZZZ
Phoenix and Leinster had little trouble with two wins apiece over Adamstown and Terenure.
Pembroke and Merrion set pace in Group D ZZZZ10:38 pmZZZZ
There were two wins apiece for kingpins Merrion and Pembroke in Group D of the Alan Murray T20 Cup.
Saints stay top despite Bonds Glen loss ZZZZ10:33 pmZZZZ
There were wins in the NW Championship for Bonds Glen, Strabane, Ballyspallen and Fox Lodge.
Derriaghy top Section One ZZZZ10:31 pmZZZZ
There were wins in Section One for Cregagh, Donacloney Mill, Ballymena, Derriaghy and Lurgan.
Donemana go clear at the top of Premiership ZZZZ10:22 pmZZZZ
Donemana beat Ardmore, Eglinton win at Bready, Newbuildings stun Brigade, while Coleraine fight back to win at Killyclooney.
Woodvale stay top despite Lisburn loss ZZZZ9:30 pmZZZZ
There were Premiership wins for Waringstown, Lisburn, CSNI, Muckamore and Cliftonville Academy.
Dennison ton helps Waringstown to victory ZZZZ8:51 pmZZZZ
ADAM DENNISON scored a magnificent unbeaten 150 as Waringstown made light work of chasing what looked a challenging 278 by Instonians. The 27-year-old struck 20 boundaries in his match-winning innings, his eighth senior hundred for the club.
Ballyclare stun Campbell to reach Schools' Cup final ZZZZ12:34 amZZZZ
Ballyclare stunned Campbell College to win by five wickets and set up a final decider against holders RBAI next week at Wallace Park.
Welcome return for Una Raymond-Hoey ZZZZ1:17 amZZZZ
The new women's contracts were recently announced. While much of it was as expected there were a few nice stories in the news flash.
Dazzler Dalzell secures full-time deal ZZZZ3:08 amZZZZ
It’s been a good week for Bready Women and their captain Alana Dalzell, who not only leapfrogged Fox Lodge to go top of the table by beating their closest rivals, but on a personal note, she was given one of the 12 full-time professional deals by Cricket Ireland.
Munster edge out Warriors ZZZZ2:26 amZZZZ
Munster Reds moved into second place in the table leaving the North West Warriors joint bottom in a tense contest at Oak Hill.
Knights go top after Lightning mauled ZZZZ2:24 amZZZZ
The Northern Knights stayed top of the table with an 8-wicket demolition of Leinster Lightning who find themselves in an unfamiliar position at the bottom after the mauling.
RBAI beat Strabane Academy to reach Schools Cup final ZZZZ1:26 amZZZZ
Holders RBAI are safely through to the final of the Schools' Cup after a convincing 123-run win over last year's beaten finalists Strabane Academy at Osborne Park.
Cricket Royalty Descend on the Mardyke for 150th Anniversary Match! ZZZZ4:41 amZZZZ
The Mardyke is abuzz with anticipation as Cork County Cricket Club gears up for its commemorative 150th anniversary showpiece fixture against the iconic Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) on Thursday, 6th June.
Ireland Women contracts awarded ZZZZ1:52 amZZZZ
Ireland Women have unveiled a total of 23 contracts, 12 of whom have been handed full-time deals.
Leprechauns in action ZZZZ1:33 amZZZZ
As things hot up outside in America, "Jazz Hat" cricket continues apace on the home front with the Leprechauns taking on the Irish Universities at College Park on Wednesday.
Lightning close in on T20 Trophy title ZZZZ1:18 amZZZZ
Leinster Lightning won a last-ball thriller as they beat Northern Knights by one run at Stormont.
Warriors beat Munster to move off bottom ZZZZ10:39 amZZZZ
The Warriors moved off the bottom of the table with a 13-run (DLS) win against the Munster Reds at Oak Hill.
Ireland back Stateside ZZZZ5:08 amZZZZ
Ireland’s cricketing relationship with the United States is a long one, dating back almost 150 years, and was revived once more in Fort Lauderdale this week. 
Woodvale continue to set pace in NCU Premiership ZZZZ4:35 amZZZZ
Woodvale continue to set the pace and are the surprise leaders in the NCU Premiership making it four wins from four thanks to a six-wicket win at Waringstown.
Lewis leads Scorchers to win ZZZZ4:28 amZZZZ
Gaby Lewis put in a Player of the Match performance to lead the Scorchers to a three-wicket win against the Dragons at Oak Hill. 
Wins for Armagh and Templepatrick in Section One ZZZZ4:25 amZZZZ
Quintin Dreyer hit 195 as Armagh beat Ballymena, while Ross Bryans 50 plus four wickets for John Busby saw Templepatrick defeat Donacloney Mill.
Five NCU sides progress in Ulster Plate ZZZZ4:04 amZZZZ
There was no shortage of drama in the Ulster Plate as five NCU and three NW sides made it through to the quarter-finals, with the draw being made on Monday morning.
Challenge Cup round-up ZZZZ3:58 amZZZZ
A look at how the second round of the NCU Challenge Cup panned out.
Tector fires MCC to win over Irish Universities ZZZZ2:38 pmZZZZ
Tim Tector's brilliant 128 inspired MCC to a 58-run win against the Irish Universities at Clontarf.
Schools Cup semi-final draw made ZZZZ6:47 amZZZZ
Holders RBAI have been drawn against Strabane Academy in a repeat of last year's final, while Ballyclare High School will meet Campbell College in the other semi-final.
Calitz and Pretorius inspire Knights to win over Munster ZZZZ12:41 amZZZZ
A record Northern Knights partnership of 156 in 17 overs between Ben Calitz and Ruhan Pretorius was the catalyst for a convincing 81-run (DLS) win over Munster Reds in a rain-affected Interprovincial Cup clash at Stormont.
Egan lights up gloomy Stormont ZZZZ1:43 amZZZZ
Jake Egan lit up a gloomy Stormont with an explosive batting display for the Northern Knights in their T20 clash with Munster Reds.
Munster Reds name squad ZZZZ10:32 amZZZZ
Munster Reds have named a squad of 13 for their two games against Northern Knights at Stormont on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Knights A v Knights B in interpros? ZZZZ3:50 amZZZZ
The low key nature of the interprovincial series has plumbed to new depths with the news that Munster Reds will need to borrow no fewer than FIVE Northern Knights youngsters in order to field a squad for their matches at Stormont this week.
Murray and Hunter inspire Dragons ZZZZ2:08 amZZZZ
A half century from Amy Hunter and a five-wicket haul by Cara Murray inspired the Dragons to a 21-run win over defending champions Typhoons in a rain-affected Super Series opener at Belmont.
Balbriggan beat Cork County in a bowl-out ZZZZ9:35 amZZZZ
A remote bowl-out was needed to decide who would progress with the Munster side missing all five attempts.
Emerging Ireland squads named ZZZZ11:21 amZZZZ
Cricket Ireland has announced the white-ball and red-ball squads for Emerging Ireland when they take on West Indies Under-23s in a five-match home series in June.
National Cup Second Round draw ZZZZ3:38 amZZZZ
Strabane face holders Derriaghy in one of the ties of the National Cup second round.
Irish Senior Cup draw ZZZZ3:16 amZZZZ
The draw has been made for the second round of the Irish Senior Cup with six times winners Waringstown clash with Pembroke who beat them in the 2019 final the tie of the round.
More rain and frustration at Bready ZZZZ1:19 pmZZZZ
There was more frustration at Bready as the weather again won the day.
Ireland to face World Cup winners England in Dublin ZZZZ6:58 amZZZZ
Angus Dunlop will lead Ireland in their inaugural over-50 international clash with England at Pembroke on Friday. The YMCA man won 114 caps between 1990 and 2000, leading the side on no fewer than 40 occasions.
Death of Deryck Harrison ZZZZ1:04 amZZZZ
There was sad news on Monday with the death of former Irish international batsman Deryck Harrison at the age of 80. The Waringstown batsman won 11 caps between 1978 and 1980, one of four brothers from the famous family to be capped.
Warriors and Lightning name squads for interpro clashes ZZZZ10:32 amZZZZ
The NW Warriors and Leinster Lightning have both named overseas professionals in their squads for the two games at Bready this week.
Rush and North County through in National Cup ZZZZ5:39 amZZZZ
Previous winners Rush and North County are through to the second round of the National Cup. There was a better showing by NW sides with five making the last 16.
Lalor lights up Irish Cup ZZZZ3:30 amZZZZ
Jack Lalor's 201 not out was the star performance in the first round of the Irish Senior Cup. There were hundreds too for Scott Macbeth, Tim Tector, Nick Stapleton, Robert McKinley, Hedayat Ullah Khogiani and Ruhan Pretorius.
If in doubt, go harder ZZZZ6:48 amZZZZ
Ed Joyce's T20 philosophy has brought enough success to suggest that Sunday was a blip rather than an indictment on the squad as a whole.
Barry Chambers: 6 May ZZZZ5:47 amZZZZ
Ireland Women's loss to Scotland, the need for rejuvenation at the top, and why is nobody interested in the interpros?
Ireland crash out after Scottish shambles ZZZZ1:57 amZZZZ
LAURA DELANY could not hide her disappointment and dismay in Abu Dhabi as Ireland lost to Scotland by eight wickets in a do-or-die semi-final of the T20 World Cup Qualifier, and missed out on a place in the tournament proper.
Delany delivers to dump out Dutch ZZZZ1:22 amZZZZ
Ireland will play Scotland tomorrow for a place in the T20 World Cup finals this autumn after beating the Netherlands by 54 runs in Abu Dhabi last night to finish top of Group B with a 100 per cent record.
Deryck Vincent: 2 May ZZZZ2:55 amZZZZ
Happy birthday Cork County - they turn 150 this season.
History of All-Ireland Youth competitions ZZZZ1:57 amZZZZ
The All-Ireland Youth competitions were the brainchild of Wesley Ferris of the Mid-Ulster Cricket Group. They evolved in a similar manner to the Irish Junior Cup, and neither the ICU nor the constituent unions were involved initially in the organisation of games.
Ireland into semis ZZZZ1:20 amZZZZ
Eimear Richardson helped secure Ireland’s place in the last four of the T20 World Cup Qualifier with miserly spell of 3-8 last night  as her side saw off minnows Vanuatu by nine wickets at the Tolerance Oval in Abu Dhabi.
Cork Harlequins Academy Launch with PJ Moor and Sophie MacMahon ZZZZ2:59 amZZZZ
It was a fabulous event at Cork Harlequins on Monday evening when the Youth Academy was launched, featuring two very special guests- Ireland Internationals Sophie MacMahon and PJ Moor.
Openers set up Zimbabwe win ZZZZ7:41 amZZZZ
Amy Hunter and Gaby Lewis compiled their third century partnership together in Abu Dhabi yesterday to set Ireland on the way to a comfortable 56-run victory over Zimbabwe in Group B of the T20 World Cup Qualifier.
David Richardson appointment to Board of Cricket Ireland confirmed ZZZZ2:43 amZZZZ
Former ICC chief executive David Richardson was appointed to the Board of Cricket Ireland at the Annual General Meeting on Sunday.
Lewis and Hunter lead Ireland to easy win against Zimbabwe ZZZZ9:47 amZZZZ
Amy Hunter and Gaby Lewis sizzled with a 130-run, opening partnership to help Ireland post their fifth-highest total in women’s T20Is.
Stella Downes becomes Cricket Ireland President ZZZZ1:20 amZZZZ
Incoming Cricket Ireland President Stella Downes gave credit to her late father for instilling a love of cricket as she accepted the honorary role at the Cricket Ireland Annual General Meeting.
Ireland win opener against United Arab Emirates ZZZZ9:31 amZZZZ
EIMEAR RICHARDSON showed her experience in Abu Dhabi yesterday as Ireland began their T20 World Cup qualifying campaign with an ultimately comfortable six-wicket victory over the United Arab Emirates.
New structure for international and elite domestic scorers. ZZZZ12:07 amZZZZ
Cricket Ireland has today announced a new structure for its international and elite domestic scorers.
Umpire and match referee panels ZZZZ12:00 amZZZZ
Cricket Ireland has today released its umpire and match referee panels for 2024.
Barry Chambers: 31 March ZZZZ7:36 amZZZZ
Hands up, who thought it was an April Fool when word broke of the news that the supposedly cash strapped Cricket Ireland organization had gone and purchased two brand new Teslas in the region of 100k euros? Madness - both the decision and the band behind the song lyrics. Talk about not reading the room.
Deryck Vincent: 26 March ZZZZ2:32 amZZZZ
When the end came, it came quickly. Not planned, not even considered in advance.
Deryck Vincent: 4 March ZZZZ2:02 amZZZZ
A look back to 1999 and 2000 when the World Cup came to Ireland, and Clontarf did the double.
National Cup first round draw made ZZZZ11:35 amZZZZ
Holders Derriaghy have been given a bye into the second round of the National Cup.
Irish Senior Cup draw made ZZZZ11:02 amZZZZ
The draw has been made for the opening round of the 2024 Irish Senior Cup with 29 teams battling it out to lift the Bob Kerr Trophy.
Deryck Vincent:20 February ZZZZ9:34 pmZZZZ
Deryck Vincent on the tremendous work carried out by Pat Bracken.
Deryck Vincent: 16 February ZZZZ4:30 amZZZZ
A look back to 1998 has the author in a Detention Centre, scoring a record century and experiencing mixed fortunes in the Irish Senior Cup.
David Townsend: 11 February ZZZZ4:11 amZZZZ
Can it really be 30 years since Ireland took those first unsure steps on to the world stage, at the ICC Trophy in Nairobi?
Barry Chambers: 8 February ZZZZ4:36 amZZZZ
A Bridge Too Far, Girl Power, Dead Certa, and Grounds for Optimism.
Ireland U19 World Cup averages ZZZZ3:22 amZZZZ
There was much to celebrate in Ireland's eighth place finish at the Under 19 World Cup, with impressive performances against their peers, culminating in a win over New Zealand.
Ireland's Class of 24 ZZZZ1:35 amZZZZ
The win was the first by any Ireland cricket team against the Black Caps in 50 attempts, and it also delivered the highest finish by an U19 side at the biennial tournament in 11 campaigns, dating back to 1998.
Ireland claim historic win over New Zealand ZZZZ4:54 amZZZZ
Ireland Under 19's finished their World Cup campaign on a high with a 41-run DLS win against New Zealand that ensured an eighth place finish.
Ireland give Pakistan a scare at U19 World Cup ZZZZ1:21 amZZZZ
Harry Dyer claimed 4-35 to give Pakistan a major scare at the U19 World Cup before Ireland succumbed to a three-wicket defeat in the Super Sixes at Potchefstroom.
Ireland hammered by India ZZZZ11:54 pmZZZZ
Ireland suffered a 201-run hammering by favourites India in their final Group A match at the U19 World Cup but are still well placed to reach the Super Sixes second stage of the tournament.
Hilton heroics in vain ZZZZ9:26 pmZZZZ
KIAN HILTON top scored with a classy 90 as Ireland again impressed at the U19 World Cup in Bloemfontein before losing to Bangladesh by six wickets in a pivotal Group A match. 
Ireland start World Cup campaign with win ZZZZ2:59 amZZZZ
Reuben Wilson led a dominant all-round bowling display in Bloemfontein that enabled Ireland to ease to a seven-wicket victory over the USA in their opening match of the U19 World Cup.
Interview with Reuben Wilson ZZZZ5:19 amZZZZ
Nathan Johns talks with Ireland U19 opening bowler Reuben Wilson ahead of the World Cup opening match against the USA on Friday.
Deryck Vincent: 18 January ZZZZ3:40 amZZZZ
Sometimes we take ourselves and our sport too seriously. I am not advocating a frivolous attitude to our games, far from it, but sometimes there are more important things than a stick and ball game. 
Ireland beaten by Zimbabwe in U19 warm-up ZZZZ11:20 amZZZZ
Ireland lost the first of their two official warm-up matches on Sunday as they were beaten by 27 runs against Zimbabwe in a game curtailed by rain.
Zimbabwe level warm-up series ZZZZ8:16 amZZZZ
Zimbabwe gained revenge for Sunday's loss as they earned a 38-run win over Ireland in the second game of their Under 19 World Cup warm-ups.
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