Ireland Women’s captain Laura Delany and Head Coach Ed Joyce stepped back into the familiar surrounds of the Cricket Ireland High Performance Centre in Dublin this week, keen to blow off the cricketing cobwebs that had built up since lockdown began in March.
11 June 2020
Ed Joyce, Head Coach of the Ireland Women’s cricket team, today expressed his understanding about the International Cricket Council’s decision to postpone the Women’s World Cup Qualifier, but hopes that enough lead-in time will be available with new dates to allow for his side to prepare for this important tournament.
12 May 2020
Ireland Women’s interim Head Coach Ed Joyce has praised his squad’s preparation for the upcoming Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier as a 15-player squad is announced for the warm-up Quadrangular tournament ahead of the qualifying campaign beginning in late August.
2 August 2019
Cricket Ireland has announced that Irish cricket legend Ed Joyce has been appointed as the interim Head Coach of the Ireland Women’s cricket team through to the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier in August/September.
18 June 2019
Ed Joyce, one of Ireland’s best ever cricketers who retired from the game in May this year, has announced Tyrone Kane and Jack Tector as the inaugural recipients of the Ed Joyce Scholarship Programme
20 September 2018
DUBLIN – After 21 years having first represented Ireland, and 16 years as a professional county cricketer, Ed Joyce retired in May this year. As a legacy to his commitment to the game in Ireland over this period, Ed has established the Ed Joyce Scholarship Programme (EJSP) for young players to develop their skills overseas in the winter, as he did early in his career.
26 August 2018
DUBLIN – Cricket Ireland selectors have named a 12-man squad to travel to Sussex for a T20 match against Sussex Sharks at Arundel Castle on Sunday 24 June 2018.
19 June 2018
DUBLIN – Ed Joyce has announced his retirement from playing all forms of international and domestic cricket. He will take up a new role overseeing leadership development and as a batting coach in the Irish performance system.
24 May 2018
The challenge match is part of the Ed Joyce testimonial year programme and will provide the Sussex side with a chance to prepare for the following month’s Vitality Blast.
19 February 2018
For scoring a majestic 180 run knock in the first One-Day Internationa against Australia in Melbourne, England opening batsman Jason Roy is named the Cricket World Player of the Week.
15 January 2018
Ed Joyce scored an unbeaten century as Ireland chased down 223 runs against Afghanistan in 49.2 overs with four wickets in hand in the first One-Day International of the tri-series at ICC Academy in Dubai.
11 January 2018
Sussex have confirmed that Ireland batsman Ed Joyce has announced retirement from county cricket with immediate effect in order to concentrate on international cricket.
24 May 2017
Cricket Ireland confirmed that Ed Joyce has accepted a central contract as they strive towards attaining Test status.
21 December 2016
Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah is the Cricket World Player of the Week for registering his maiden 10-wicket haul that put his team in the course of a dramatic victory in the first Test against England at Lord's.
18 July 2016
Ireland’s premier batsman Ed Joyce and fast bowler Tim Murtagh have announced their retirements from Twenty20 Internationals.
27 May 2015
Following Ireland's impressive World Cup campaign, 'The Slog Sweep', Ireland's weekly cricket show gets in touch with the side's top-order batsman Ed Joyce.
20 March 2015
Ireland have named an 18-man squad which will tour Australia and New Zealand as part of their preparation for next year's Cricket World Cup.
15 September 2014
The penultimate episode of 'The Slog Sweep', Ireland's weekly cricket show, welcomes one of Ireland's all-time greats - Ed Joyce - into the studio.
28 August 2014
Ireland have named a 13-man squad to take on Twenty20 world champions Sri Lanka in a two-match One-Day International series next month.
22 April 2014
There was a slightly farcical end, but Ireland nevertheless registered their second win of the ICC World Twenty20 2014 as they remain favourites to qualify from Group B for the Super 10s.
19 March 2014