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VACANCY: Event Executive (maternity cover)

We are currently seeking an Event Executive for a maternity leave cover from April 2018.

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Ireland demolishes UAE to put Cricket World Cup Qualifier campaign back on track

A record-breaking opening partnership by Captain William Porterfield and Paul Stirling set Ireland up for a dominant victory over the United Arab Emirates in Harare today, putting Ireland through to the Super Six Stage of the Qualifier tournament.

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No Gayle blew, but Windies rally to defeat Ireland

Ireland battled hard, and looked the better side early on, but ultimately fell short of the target against the West Indies losing by 52 runs today in Harare.

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Cricket For Good, Irish-style

Cricket For Good was created as the ICC’s global community outreach programme aimed at leveraging the vast power and reach of cricket to positively impact the lives of children and families worldwide. This afternoon saw the Ireland Men’s team getting i…

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Snow slowing down – girls cricket training camps underway

The future looks bright for women’s cricket in Ireland as the ‘next generation’ gathers for weekly pre-season training camps. After finishing with the senior women’s team duties on their recent tour of Zimbabwe, Cricket Ireland Women’s Head Coach Aaron…

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Paving the way in Women’s Cricket

Dual international, captain, umpire. These three descriptions can be applied to a leading member of Ireland Women’s senior team – Mary Waldron.

Multi-talented, for sure, but Mary could have been lost to cricket before she started.

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Porterfield century leads Ireland to victory over Papua New Guinea

Record-breaking batting heroics by Papua New Guinean opener Tony Ura wasn’t enough to deny an Ireland victory, as the men in green defeated Papua New Guinea by 4 wickets – led from the front by Captain William Porterfield’s century, at Harare Sports Cl…

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Perfect start as Ireland defeats the Netherlands by 93 runs in Harare

A near flawless team effort saw Ireland begin the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament with a commanding victory over the Netherlands in a rain-affected match by 93 runs (DLS method) in Harare today.

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Vacancy: National Head of Physiotherapy & Medical Co-ordinator

The position will have overall responsibility for the medical support to the senior men and women; national academy; and youth international, which includes Inter-Provincial and Women’s Super3’s players.

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Dramatic final ball victory for Ireland over Scotland in Zimbabwe

A nail-biting last ball win by Ireland today gave Ireland the perfect momentum going into the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament. The match featured a five-wicket haul for Boyd Rankin, a steadying innings of 79 by Andrew Balbirnie and a boundar…

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Cricket Ireland Board announces new position on National Cricket Stadium, approves €9M budget

The Board of Cricket Ireland last week endorsed the development of a new permanent cricket stadium at the Sport Ireland National Sports Campus in Dublin. The move is part of a wider strategy to ensure a network of international grounds are in place to …

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Cricket Ireland shortlisted twice at Irish Sport Industry Awards 2018

The Federation of Irish Sport has announced the shortlist of finalists for the 2018 Sport Industry Awards – and Cricket Ireland has earned two nominations: Governing Body of the Year and Diversity and Inclusion Award.

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Watch the World Cup Qualifiers on TV

The Ireland Men’s team has arrived in Zimbabwe ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament, which gets underway on Sunday 4 March 2018. The tournament will conclude with the Final on Sunday 25 March.

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Stirling stars as Ireland defeat Hong Kong in close, rain-affected match

Paul Stirling remarkably smashed 156 runs for the second time in just over a week as Ireland held on to beat Hong Kong by three runs in a rain-affected match in Pretoria, South Africa.

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Academy players starring Down Under

Two current Shapoorji Pallonji Cricket Ireland Academy members – Jack Tector and James McCollum – are demonstrating their talents on the field in Australia – one of the most competitive club-level environments in the world.

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Rain washes out Ireland warm-up clash with Scotland

Rain intervened to end play early today, as Ireland XI took on Scotland XI in a 50-over warm-up match in Pretoria, ahead of next month’s ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifiers.

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