Sri lanka A v Ireland Wolves

Fernando fireworks and final five overs sink Ireland Wolves in Colombo

As the Sri Lankan senior team were falling to a heavy defeat to Australia, Sri Lanka A’s Avishka Fernando put forward his credentials for higher honours as he struck a second century in four inning...
26 January 2019

Harry Tector Century Not Enough as Ireland Wolves Beaten by Sri Lanka A

Ireland Wolves captain Harry Tector scored his maiden century in a senior Irish side and shared a record fifth-wicket partnership with Shane Getkate, but it was not enough to defeat a rampant Sri Lankan side in the third 50-over match of a five-match series at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground in Sri Lanka.
24 January 2019

Rob Cassell Sees Positives from Ireland Wolves Tour of Sri Lanka

Rob Cassell, the Australian-born Assistant Coach of Ireland Men’s senior team, believes the future of Irish cricket will be bright after returning to Ireland from the Ireland Wolves tour of Sri Lanka this week.
23 January 2019

James Shannon to return home, Simi Singh flies in as Ireland Wolves replacement

Cricket Ireland has confirmed that James Shannon will return home to Dublin after succumbing to a shoulder injury, with Simi Singh ...
22 January 2019

Ireland Wolves Show Resolve But Sri Lanka A Dominate

Ireland Wolves provided bright patches, but ultimately succumbed to a dominant Sri Lanka A side by 175 runs today in the second 50-over match of a five-match series at the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium in Sri Lanka.
21 January 2019

Lorcan Tucker century, but Ireland Wolves fall just short in first ODI against Sri Lanka A

More than 650 runs were scored, including three batters reaching centuries, as the Ireland Wolves fall 60-runs short against Sri Lanka A...
19 January 2019

Sri Lanka A bats deep on fourth day to force a draw against Ireland Wolves

The Ireland Wolves squad finished today’s second four-day match against Sri Lanka A pleased with the team’s
16 January 2019

James Cameron-Dow speaks to the media after his second five-wicket haul against Sri Lanka A

James Cameron-Dow Ireland Wolves claimed his second five-wicket haul aganinst Sri Lanka four-day match at theMahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium in Sri Lanka.
15 January 2019

Ireland Wolves enforce the follow-on in bid for final day victory over Sri Lanka A

Left-arm off-spinner James Cameron-Dow claimed his second five-wicket haul in successive matches on tour, as Ireland Wolves
15 January 2019