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Men's International
Andrew Balbirnie after Ireland's T20 loss to Sri Lanka (24 October)
Mark Adair after Ireland's T20 warm-up win against Randwick Petersham (4 October)
MOM Mark Adair - Match 5 (17 August)
Player of the series George Dockrell (17 August)
George Dockrell - Match 4 (15 August)
Debutant Fionn Hand (12 August)
Ireland captain Andrew Balbirnie after his MOM display (9 August)
Ireland captain George Dockrell after the series win (17 August)
West Indies v Ireland 3: Another win for stand-in Irish captain Paul Stirling (16 January)
West Indies v Ireland 3: Andy McBrine was chosen as Man of the Series (16 January)
West Indies v Ireland 2: Man of the Match Andy McBrine (13 January)
West Indies v Ireland 2: Winning Irish captain Paul Stirling (13 January)
Men's Interprovincial
Women's Representative
Orla Prendergast was Player of the Match as Ireland won the first T20I against Pakistan (1 December)
Tri-series at Bready
Ireland Women contracts, fixtures, Head Coach press conference
Youth Representative
All Ireland Cups
Orla Prendergast was Player of the Match as Ireland won the first T20I against Pakistan (1 December)
Andrew Balbirnie after Ireland's T20 loss to Sri Lanka (24 October)
Mark Adair after Ireland's T20 warm-up win against Randwick Petersham (4 October)
Kenny Carroll on winning promotion to the Premiership (10 September)
Pembroke centurion and captain Theo Lawson after their win over Balbriggan (29 August)
North County captain Eddie Richardson after the win over Terenure (28 August)
Mick Granger who took four wickets as Clontarf beat Phoenix (28 August)
Andy Britton after his side beat Coleraine to win the trophy (27 August)
CIYMS captain Nigel Jones after winning the trophy (27 August)
Jared Wilson Newbuildings Premiership winners (20 August)
Jeremy Bray and Andre Botha on the Leinster Premiership title race battle (18 August)
Ireland captain George Dockrell after the series win (17 August)
Player of the series George Dockrell (17 August)
MOM Mark Adair - Match 5 (17 August)
Ireland Coaches Jeremy Bray and Andre Botha at the first T20 (16 August)
George Dockrell - Match 4 (15 August)
John Matchett after CIYMS' win that takes them to the Final (14 August)
Ryan Hunter of Newbuildings (14 August)
Cork Harlequins captain Matthew Brewster (14 August)
Jared Wilson after his side beat Fox Lodge (13 August)
Liam McCarthy after Railway beat Leinster (13 August)
David Scanlon after a one wicket win over Eglinton (13 August)
Lisburn captain Callum Atkinson on clinchng the Premier League title. (13 August)
Debutant Fionn Hand (12 August)
Adam Beattie after his ten wicket haul for Cregagh (9 August)
Ireland captain Andrew Balbirnie after his MOM display (9 August)
Dylan Blignaut of The Hills (9 August)
Andrew Kavanagh and Tomas Rooney-Murphy (9 August)
Cormac McLoughlin-Gavin after The Hills beat Pembroke (6 August)
Mick Granger of Clontarf took four wickets (6 August)
Fox Lodge captain Aaron Heywood after his side won the final by 5 wickets (6 August)
CIYMS Captain Nigel Jones on their Cup Final victory (5 August)
Ted Williamson (4 August)
Callum Atkinson (1 August)
Eddie Richardson (31 July)
Nigel Jones (31 July)
Johnny Thompson (31 July)
Jared Wilson (31 July)
Bready captain David Scanlon after his side beat Newbuildings by 4 wickets (30 July)
Nigel Jones (29 July)
Ted Williamson (29 July)
John Matchett (28 July)
Centurion Ross Adair (27 July)
George Dockrell (27 July)
CSNI captain Rachael Thomas after the win (24 July)
David Vincent who scored a century for Clontarf (23 July)
Luke Thomson of Clontarf (22 July)
Ireland captain Laura Delany after her side lost by 63 runs against Australia (21 July)
Adam Rosslee of Lightning Bolts (18 July)
Joey Carroll of Leinster (17 July)
Callum Atkinson (18 July)
Fionn Hand (18 July)
Nic Pretorius (18 July)
Eddie Richardson of North County (16 July)
Liam McCarthy of Railway Union (16 July)
David Vincent of Clontarf who took five wickets (16 July)
Conor Fletcher of Balbriggan (16 July)
CIYMS captain Nigel Jones after capturing the trophy (16 July)
CSNI captain Stuart Thompson (16 July)
CJ van der Walt of Carrickfergus (16 July)
John Matchett (16 July)
Cork Harlequins captain Matt Brewster after winning the title (12 July)
Newbuildings captain Jared Wilson (10 July)
Fox Lodge captain Aaron Heywood (10 July)
Merrion captain Tom Stanton (9 July)
RailwayUnion's Liam McCarthy (9 July)
The Hills Mark Donegan with Willie Dwyer (9 July)
CSNI captain Stuart Thompson (9 July)
Fox Lodge captain Aaron Heywood (9 July)
Newbuildings captain Jared Wilson (9 July)
CIYMS captain Nigel Jones (9 July)
Curtis Moorhead after his side clinched the trophy (8 July)
CSNI captain Rachael Thomas after the win (24 July)
David Vincent who scored a century for Clontarf (23 July)
Luke Thomson of Clontarf (22 July)
Ireland captain Laura Delany after her side lost by 63 runs against Australia (21 July)
Adam Rosslee of Lightning Bolts (18 July)
Joey Carroll of Leinster (17 July)
Callum Atkinson (18 July)
Fionn Hand (18 July)
Nic Pretorius (18 July)
Eddie Richardson of North County (16 July)
Liam McCarthy of Railway Union (16 July)
David Vincent of Clontarf who took five wickets (16 July)
Conor Fletcher of Balbriggan (16 July)
CIYMS captain Nigel Jones after capturing the trophy (16 July)
CSNI captain Stuart Thompson (16 July)
CJ van der Walt of Carrickfergus (16 July)
John Matchett (16 July)
Cork Harlequins captain Matt Brewster after winning the title (12 July)
Newbuildings captain Jared Wilson (10 July)
Fox Lodge captain Aaron Heywood (10 July)
Merrion captain Tom Stanton (9 July)
Railway Union's Liam McCarthy (9 July)
The Hills Mark Donegan with Willie Dwyer (9 July)
CSNI captain Stuart Thompson (9 July)
Fox Lodge captain Aaron Heywood (9 July)
Newbuildings captain Jared Wilson (9 July)
CIYMS captain Nigel Jones (9 July)
Curtis Moorhead after his side clinched the trophy (8 July)
World Cup League 2
Namibia beat Scotland by 3 wickets.
Windhoek, 5 December.
Scotland 208 (50 overs; B McMullen 56, G Munsey 51; R Trumpelmann 4-73)
Namibia 210-7 (44 overs; JN Loftie-Eaton 67*, P Ya France 52*; M Watt 328)

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Video Highlights
 Afghanistan v Ireland 2015
Highlights from Ireland's three wicket win in Dubai (Cricket Ireland)
Ed Liddle's Player Profiles
 Nigel Thompson
Ireland 1988-1992
Take Your Pic!
  Myburgh destroys Ireland
The 2014 T20 World Cup match between Ireland and The Netherlands produced one of the most amazing run chases in history.
Tournament Feature
 2008 European A
The Netherlands
Match from the Past
 Ireland lost to Australia by 282 runs
2 Day, College Park, 18-19 September 1961
CricketEurope Magazine
  1982: North beat Leinster in inaugural Final
The first Irish Senior Cup final saw a Simon Corlett inspired North overcame Leinster by 14 runs in a rain-shortened contest.
International Venues
Coburg, Dublin
Latest Photos
 North West Awards dinner
Pics by Lawrence Moore of the annual presentation dinner
Andrew Balbirnie
 The Irish captain speaking after the loss to Sri Lanka