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Netherlands, Scotland advance to final of ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier
Netherlands and Scotland have advanced to the final of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier after winning their respective semi-finals while Afghanistan secured victory in the fifth place playoff.
25 July 2015
Ireland, Scotland book berth for the 2016 ICC T20 World Cup
Ireland and Scotland have ensured a berth in the ICC T20 World Cup, to be held in India next year, after topping their respective groups in the ICC World T20 Qualifier.
19 July 2015
Papua New Guinea, Oman top respective groups
A fine all-round performance from Assad Vala ensured an emphatic eight-wicket win for Papua New Guinea over Nepal in their ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier encounter in Dublin.
17 July 2015
Oman, PNG grab headlines after defeating Afghanistan and Ireland
Riding upon Mehran Khan's exemplary bowling display, Oman managed to stun Afghanistan by registering a 40-run win in their ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier match in Edinburgh.
15 July 2015
Namibia, Ireland register big wins on a day spoiled by rain
Namibia demolished United States of America while Ireland continued their winning streak on a day where rain played spoilsport washing out a couple of ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier games.
13 July 2015
Ireland, Afghanistan continue winning streak to go top of table
John Mooney delivered another fine performance as Ireland successfully managed to defend 146 against the United States of America in game 11 of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in Belfast.
12 July 2015
Ireland, Kenya, Nepal and Afghanistan register big wins
Ireland, Kenya and Nepal recorded their first wins while Afghanistan secured their second victory as the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2015 moved into its second day.
10 July 2015
Scotland take series 2-0 after another washout
The fourth and final Twenty20 International between Scotland and Ireland in Bready has been abandoned without a ball being bowled because of persistent rain.
21 June 2015
Scotland thump Ireland to take unassailable lead
A fine team effort helped Scotland make short work of Ireland’s 166 winning the third T20 International between the two teams by six wickets with 11 balls to spare taking the series with one game to go in Bready.
20 June 2015
Ireland hopeful of ICC scrapping 10-team policy for 2019 World Cup
Having put up an impressive show in the 2015 Cricket World Cup, Ireland hopes that the International Cricket Council reconsiders the decision to restrict the next edition to 10 teams.
20 June 2015
Rain washes out the second T20I game between Ireland and Scotland
The second Twenty20 International game between Ireland and Scotland in Bready was abandoned due to persistent rain.
19 June 2015
Matthew Cross blitz sinks Ireland
Matthew Cross hammered a 33-ball 60 to help Scotland chase down 146 with relative ease and beat Ireland by six wickets in the first Twenty20 International of the three game series in Bready.
18 June 2015
Teams name squads for ICC World T20 Qualifiers
With the 2015 International Cricket Council World Twenty20 Qualifiers around the corner, all the participating teams have officially announced their squads.
18 June 2015
Ireland announce squads for T20 World Cup Qualifiers and Scotland Series
Cricket Ireland on Monday have announced their squads for the ICC World T20 qualifiers as well as for the three match Twenty20 International series against neighbours Scotland.
1 June 2015
Ed Joyce, Tim Murtagh Announce T20I Retirements
Ireland’s premier batsman Ed Joyce and fast bowler Tim Murtagh have announced their retirements from Twenty20 Internationals.
27 May 2015
Ireland's Bready Cricket Club Gets ICC's Recognition
Ireland got a major boost after the Bready Cricket Club gained official recognition from the International Cricket Council (ICC) for hosting the shorter formats of the game.
21 May 2015
Ireland-Scotland Twenty20 Series To Be Held In June
Ireland is all set to warm up for the Twenty20 World Cup qualifiers with a three-match T20 series against Scotland in June.
16 May 2015
John Bracewell Confident About Irish Challenge
Ex-New Zealand player John Bracewell who has made an impression during his coaching stint with his home country is excited about the new challenge that awaits him in Irish cricket.
15 May 2015
ICC Announces Dates For 2015 T20 World Cup Qualifier
The dates of the 2015 World Twenty20 Qualifier which will be hosted by Scotland and Ireland have been announced by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
14 May 2015
Rain Abandons England - Ireland ODI Game
Rain plays spoilsport abandoning the only One-Day International between Ireland and England in Dublin with only 18 overs of play possible.
8 May 2015
News update - wins for England, Pakistan
'Organised chaos' - Brett Lee on the IPL
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