DUBLIN – Ireland international Gaby Lewis has been named The Irish Times/Sport Ireland Sportswoman of the Month primarily recognising her stellar performance on the recent Pakistan tour.
HARARE and DUBLIN – Zimbabwe Cricket and Cricket Ireland have today confirmed tour details for the upcoming Men’s white-ball series scheduled for next month in Zimbabwe.
DUBLIN – Cricket Ireland has today named a 15-player Ireland Under-19s Women’s squad that will participate in the first-ever ICC Under-19s Women’s T20 World Cup in January 2023 in South Africa.
DUBLIN – Cricket Ireland today has confirmed that the Ireland Men’s cricket team will play a three-day first-class match against Essex in the lead-up to Lord’s Test match between Ireland and England in 2023.
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Trinity College Dublin recently unveiled its Sport Scholarship students for 2022-23. Student athletes from a wide variety of sports, including cricket, rugby, basketball, GAA, rowing and hockey are featured in this year’s programme. Congratulations to the seven cricketers announced.
SYDNEY, Australia – Since 2015, five Irish cricketers – including four members of the recent Men’s T20 World Cup squad – have spent an Australian summer in Coogee playing with Randwick Petersham Cricket Club as part of an Overseas Scholarship Program. This year two more up-and-coming Irish cricketers are enjoying a stint playing grade cricket with the club.
DUBLIN – Eight Irish internationals will be involved in franchise cricket tournaments in December after Cricket Ireland agreed to No Objection Certificates (NOC) allowing the players to take up the opportunities.