The Magazine: Memorable Matches, Tours and Tournaments
When Ireland beat Warwickshire
William Porterfield remembers Irelandís clash against Warwickshire in the Friends Provident Trophy 2008.
Rewind to the 2006 Under 19 World Cup
A look at how the Irish teenagers did in the heat and humidity of Colombo in the 2006 U19 World Cup.
Ireland v Pakistan: World Cup 2007
Ger Siggins looks back at the day Irish cricket hit Pakistan for six.
Irish tours to North America
As a comparison with Ireland's 1973 tour, Michael Halliday looks back at the tours undertaken between 1879 and 1909.
Ireland v Zimbabwe: 2003
Jason Molins and Jeremy Bray took Ireland to an emphatic 10 wickets win over Zimbabwe at Stormont.
Ireland v England 2013
10,000 fans packed into the new stadium at Malahide to watch the one day international between Ireland and England.
Ireland v England: World Cup 2011
Nick Royle recalls the evening in Bangalore when Ireland pulled off one of the greatest shocks in sporting history.
Ireland and the International Youth Tournament
After 22 years the biennial International Youth Tournament came to an end as the result of ICCís regional organisation of world cricket. Ian Callender recalls Irelandís involvement in the 12 tournaments.
Ireland v Zimbabwe 2007
Did Ireland snatch a tie from the jaws of victory or defeat?
Ireland in Canada and USA 1973
In September 1973 the cream of Irish cricketing talent embarked on an adventure into the great unknown of North American cricket.
Ireland in Zimbabwe 1986
1986 saw Ireland go to Africa for the first time - a demanding three week tour of Zimbabwe which included 14 playing days. John Elder recounts the story of a memorable visit.
Sussex v Ireland 1977
Mike Halliday recounts the season of 1977 when the highlight of Ireland's tour to Britain was a victory over a Sussex side, spearheaded by Imran Khan, in a three day match.
When Northern Ireland beat Bangladesh
Cricket was included in the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur. Northern Ireland ran South Africa close and won a famous victory over Bangladesh..
The day Ireland shook the world
On 17 March 2007, Ireland pulled off one of the greatest upsets in the history of the World Cup, as they trumped a shell-shocked Pakistani side.
Time to declare
Ten years ago, I was able to play a role in helping Ireland to beat Kenya and win the InterContinental Cup for the first time.
World Cup Diary Sri Lanka 2000
Irelandís Under 19 side performed magnificently to finish in the top 12 at the Under 19 World Cup in Sri Lanka. Team Manager Ian Johnston kept a diary of an exciting but demanding experience.
Irish Cricketís finest hours
Ger Siggins looks back at eight of the most memorable matches in Ireland's cricketing history.
Ireland beat Pakistan fair and square
Robin Walsh was sitting in the Press Box and had no doubt. Ireland won brilliantly and above board and that remains his unshakeable view.
Bowled over by cricket's golden boys
The West Indies. Rathmines 1984. It's the only Irish cricket match Eamonn Sweeney had ever been at and it was one of the most memorable sporting experiences of his life.
The 1928 West Indians at College Park
Ireland's great win against the West Indies in 1969 was certainly not the first by an Irish XI over a touring Windies combination.
Ireland v Middlesex 1997
With Hansie Cronje in their side, Ireland recorded their first win in an English county competition.
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