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Ireland badly need to restore pride

That won't be easy, despite winning eight of the last nine ODIs between the sides.

Windies defeat opens the door

Scotland eased to a 73-run victory over the United Arab Emirates in Bulawayo to top the Super Sixes table with five points from three games, while the surprise came at the Harare Sports Club where Afghanistan recorded their first win, beating the West Indies by three wickets.

Colm O’Rourke: Meath trip of a lifetime built a bridge to future

Central to the competition between the two countries were two men of vision.

Is this the greatest catch ever seen on a cricket field?

Melbourne Renegades batsman Bravo, a West Indies international, must have thought he had cleared the ropes when smashing leg-spinner Rashid Khan towards extra cover in the 16th over.

Ireland to host two T20 encounters with India this summer

The opener will be on Wednesday, June 27, with the second match to be played two days later at Malahide, the venue for Ireland's inaugural Test match against Pakistan in May.

Ford is geared up for Irish Test drive

That was a pity, as those who were there saw Ireland rally from a tricky position after day one to overwhelm their oldest rivals with a day to spare.

Andrew White appointed Ireland’s chair of national men’s selectors

Having been granted full member status by the International Cricket Council earlier this year, Ireland's first foray into Test cricket will be against Pakistan at Malahide next May.

The science of cricket pitches: Will there be pace and bounce at the Waca?

The Waca is famous for its pace and bounce, traditional characteristics of Australian surfaces which were notably dulled for the first Test in Brisbane.

England cricket star reveals ‘kebab shop’ comment during Ashes series

Moeen is in no mood to complain about the exchange, describing it as "nothing major" and just the first example that came to mind about the "chirp" he has encountered on and off the pitch down under this winter.

Home comfort sees Aussies squeeze life out of England

Perhaps it was the moment Alastair Cook and James Vince bumped into each other going for a catch.


The Ashes 2017-18 – how do I watch it live and...

England got their Ashes campaign under way in Australia as they looked to retain the famous little urn Down Under.