Irish Interprovincial Archives
3 Day Championship Results
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1 Day Trophy Results
|North West Warriors||6||3||0||1||2||1||15||0.327|
Scorecard Munster Reds (0) lost to North West Warriors (4) by 4 wickets, 15 June.
Scorecard Northern Knights (2) v Munster Reds (2) - no result, 27 May.
Scorecard North West Warriors (0) lost to Leinster Lightning (4) by 4 wickets, 25 May.
Scorecard Leinster Lightning (5) beat Munster Reds (0) by 93 runs, 22 May.
Scorecard North West Warriors (2) v Northern Knights (2) - no result, 21 May.
Scorecard Leinster Lightning (2) v Munster Reds (2) - no result , 20 May.
Scorecard Northern Knights (0) lost to North West Warriors (5) by 62 runs, 18 May.
Scorecard Northern Knights (4) beat Leinster Lightning (0) by 5 wickets, 16 May.
Scorecard North West Warriors (4) beat Munster Reds (0) by 5 wickets, 6 May.
Scorecard Leinster Lightning (5) beat Northern Knights (0) by 70 runs (DLS), 4 May.
Scorecard Leinster Lightning (4) beat North West Warriors (0) by 6 wickets, 1 May.
T20 Cup Results
|North West Warriors||9||5||0||1||3||3||25|
Scorecard Leinster Lightning (0) lost to North West Warriors (5) by 8 wickets, 19 September.
Scorecard Northern Knights (2) v Leinster Lightning (2) - no result, 18 September.
Scorecard North West Warriors (0) lost to Munster Reds (5) by 6 wickets, 18 September.
Scorecard Northern Knights (2) North West Warriors (2) - no result, 17 September.
Scorecard Leinster Lightning (2) v Munster Reds (2) - no result, 17 September.
Scorecard North West Warriors (0) lost to Leinster Lightning (4) by 16 runs , 27 June.
Scorecard Northern Knights (4) beat Munster Reds (0) by 23 runs, 27 June.
Scorecard Leinster Lightning (5) beat Northern Knights (0) by 70 runs, 26 June.
Scorecard North West Warriors (5) beat Munster Reds (0) by 7 wickets, 26 June.
Scorecard North West Warriors (4) beat Northern Knights (0) by 1 run, 25 June.
Scorecard Leinster Lightning (0) lost to Munster Reds (4) by 7 wickets, 25 June.
Scorecard Leinster Lightning (0) lost to North West Warriors (0) by 1 wicket, 20 June.
Scorecard Munster Reds (0) lost to Northern Knights (4) by 5 wickets, 20 June.
Scorecard Leinster Lightning (0) lost Northern Knights (4) by 22 runs, 19 June.
Scorecard North West Warriors (0) lost to Munster Reds (4) by 6 wickets, 19 June.
Scorecard Leinster Lightning (5) beat Munster Reds (0) by 7 wickets, 18 June.
Scorecard Northern Knights (0) lost to North West Warriors (5) by 7 wickets, 18 June.
|Ireland Under 19||8||4||0||0||4||16|
Scorecard Emerging Warriors (0) lost to Lightning Bolts (4) by 117 runs, 21 July.
Scorecard Emerging Warriors lost to Lightning Bolts by 92 runs, 19 July.
Scorecard Munster Heat (0) lost to Lightning Bolts (4) by 35 runs, 16 July.
Scorecard Emerging Knights lost to Ireland Under 19 by 51 runs, 15 July.
Scorecard Emerging Knights lost to Lightning Bolts by 3 runs, 14 July.
Scorecard Emerging Warriors beat Ireland Under 19 by 4 runs, 14 July.
Scorecard Munster Heat (0) lost to Ireland Under 19 (4) by 1 run, 12 July.
Scorecard Munster Heat (2) v Emerging Warriors (2) - no result , 6 July.
Scorecard Lightning Bolts (4) beat Ireland Under 19 (0) by 65 runs (DLS), 6 July.
Scorecard Munster Heat beat Ireland Under 19 by 61 runs (DLS), 2 July.
Scorecard Emerging Warriors lost to Emerging Knights by 53 runs, 1 July.
Scorecard Munster Heat lost to Lightning Bolts by 8 wickets, 1 July.
Scorecard Emerging Knights beat Munster Heat by 90 runs, 29 June.
Scorecard Emerging Warriors lost to Ireland Under 19 by 80 runs, 29 June.
Scorecard Lightning Bolts beat Emerging Knights by 3 wickets, 29 June.
Scorecard Lightning Bolts beat Ireland Under 19 by 53 runs, 28 June.
T20 competitionScorecard Munster Heat beat Emerging Warriors by 25 runs, 26 July.
Scorecard Emerging Knights lost to Ireland Under 19 by 5 wickets, 23 July.
Scorecard Emerging Knights beat Emerging Warriors by 5 wickets, 23 July.
Reports & Articles
Interpro Top 10 ( )
We take a look at the top 10 run scorers and wicket takers from the 2021 Irish interpro series.
Warriors crush Lightning to win T20 Trophy ( )
North West Warriors signed off the domestic season in emphatic fashion with a superb eight wickets victory over holders Leinster Lightning and claim the T20 inter-provincial Trophy.
The T20 Trophy; Five talking points ( )
The final series of matches in the T20 Trophy were interesting in many ways. We look at some of the main talking points coming out of a rain affected three days.
Munster stun North West Warriors ( )
North West Warriors face a final day shoot-out with Leinster Lightning this afternoon in Comber with the T20 Trophy at stake after they lost yesterday’s only game to Munster Reds.
Warriors beat Lightning to secure T20 Trophy ( )
The North West Warriors produced a clinical all-round display as they hammered defending champions Leinster Lightning by eight wickets to lift the T20 Trophy for the second time.
Delany and Ford star as Munster beat Warriors ( )
Half centuries from Gareth Delany and Matt Ford led Munster Reds to an emphatic six wicket win against the North West Warriors at Comber.
T20 Trophy still up for grabs after first day washout ( )
ALL but four of the extended Ireland squad which leaves next Friday for the UAE, ahead of the T20 World Cup, will be in action this weekend in the T20 inter-provincial festival in Comber.
Lightning go in search of another T20 title ( )
Leinster Lightning have a few new faces in their squad as they attempt to win the T20 Trophy for the seventh time.
Knights name squad for T20 Festival ( )
The Northern Knights squad for the final Interprovincial T20 Trophy festival weekend at North Down has been named and will see Tom Mayes make his debut on his home ground.
McCarthy's Party ( )
Young South African bowling all-rounder Liam McCarthy has been named in the Munster Reds squad for this weekend's T20 Festival in Comber.
Young injury blow for Warriors ( )
Craig Young has been ruled out of the North West Warriors squad for the final festival weekend.
Future Series stats ( )
While Leinster Bolts dominated the inaugural Future Series winning all eight of their games at a canter, there were some fine individual performances throughout the competition.
Munster put the heat on wooden spoon Warriors ( )
Munster Heat beat the Emerging Warriors by 25 runs to condemn the North West to last place in the inaugural Future Series competition.
Mixed fortunes for Knights in Future Series ( )
The Emerging Knights experienced mixed fortunes in their T20 double headers at Carrick as they lost by five wickets against Ireland U19s but beat the Emerging Warriors by the same margin.
Emerging Warriors name squad for Knights clash ( )
The Emerging Warriors have named their squad for Fridays T20 against the Emerging Knights at Carrickfergus (3pm).
Leinster Bolts finish series unbeaten ( )
Jack Carty's brilliant century ensured Leinster Bolts finished their Future Series unbeaten winning all eight of their games as they defeated the Emerging Warriors by 116 runs at Ardmore.
Emerging Knights too strong for Munster Heat ( )
Half centuries from Max Burton and Morgan Topping helped the Emerging Knights to a comprehensive 170-run win against Munster Heat in Kildare.
Magnificent Seven for Bolts ( )
Leinster Lightning Bolts made it a magnificent seven wins in a row as they brushed aside the Emerging Warriors in a one-sided contest at a sun-drenched Drummond.
Warriors name squads for Emerging clashes ( )
15 year-old Bready all-rounder Gavin Roulston has been called up to the Emerging Warriors for their T20 clash with Leinster Bolts at Drummond.
Ireland U19s beat Emerging Knights ( )
Half centuries from Tim Tector, Phillipe Le Roux and Robbie Millar helped Ireland Under 19s beat Emerging Knights by 51 runs at Carrickfergus.
Joy of six for Bolts ( )
Lightning Bolts beat Munster Heat by 35 runs to win their sixth game in succession in the Emerging Interprovincial series to clinch the title with two games still to play.
Garth century helps Leinster Bolts pip Emerging Knights ( )
JJ Garth's century was just enough to help Leinster Bolts beat the Emerging Knights by three runs in a thrilling high scoring encounter at The Lawn.
Warriors edge out Ireland U19s ( )
The Emerging Warriors gained their first win of the Future Series after they beat Ireland Under 19s by four runs in an attritional affair at Beechgrove.
Wilson and Dougherty named in Emerging Warriors squad ( )
The panel includes a couple of new faces- Newbuildings' Ross Dougherty will hope to get his first opportunity at this level while Ballyspallen's Josh Wilson is brought in after an impressive first half of the season.
Young guns edge out Munster in last ball thriller ( )
Ireland Under 19s held their nerve to beat Munster Heat by one run in a last ball thriller at The Mardyke in the latest match in the Emerging Interpro Series.
Four out of four for Lightning Bolts ( )
Leinster Lightning Bolts strengthened their position at the top of the Future Series table when they proved too strong for Ireland Under 19s at Oak Hill to win their fourth game on the spin.
North West name Emerging squads ( )
The North West will be hoping it's a case of third time lucky as they take on Munster Heat in the latest round of the Future Series at North Kildare.
Munster Heat beat Ireland U19s ( )
Munster Heat fought back superbly to beat Ireland Under 19s by 61 runs (DLS) at The Mardyke.
Knights bowlers found wanting ( )
NORTHERN Knights packed their batting line-up for the final inter-provincial Cup game of the season but it was their bowlers who were found wanting in a high-scoring game at Stormont.
Bolts and Knights win again ( )
Lightning Bolts made it three wins out of three in the Emerging Interpros with a comprehensive win over Munster Heat, while the Knights beat the Warriors by 53 runs at Ardmore.
Tale of two centuries as Munster beat Knights ( )
Two centuries, a record partnership, 609 runs scored and a historic first win for Munster in the Interprovincial Cup.
Lightning Bolts win again while Adair downs Munster Heat ( )
Leinster Lightning Bolts top the Emerging Interpro series after they beat the Emerging Knights, who had earlier put Munster Heat to the sword. Ireland U19s won convincingly against the Emerging Warriors.
Ross Adair bludgeons his way into Knights squad ( )
Impressive performances in the Inter-Provincial T20 festivals have earned Ross Adair a place in the final 50 over IP Cup game at Stormont tomorrow (Wednesday)
Knights go from low to high ( )
THE day after posting their lowest total in the T20 inter-provincial Trophy, Northern Knights hit their highest as they became the first team to score more than 200 this year.
Warriors and Knights name Emerging Squads ( )
The Emerging Warriors have named their squad of 12 that will face Ireland U19s at Eglinton on Tuesday, while the Knights have named an extended squad for the season ahead.
Garth leads Bolts to win against Ireland U19s ( )
Leinster Bolts opened up the Emerging Interprovincial Series with a convincing 53-run win against Ireland Under 19s at Oak Hill.
T20 runners and riders ( )
Odran Flynn and John Boomer crunch the numbers after 12 matches of the T20 interprovincial series. Who will be in the frame for the T20I's against South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Dockrell keeps Lightning in title contention ( )
GEORGE DOCKRELL struck 55 not and was well supported by his bowlers as Leinster Lightning beat the table-topping North-West Warriors by 16 runs in a low-scoring duel.
Porterfield and Singh shine on day two ( )
WILLIAM Porterfield continues to put pressure on the Ireland selectors to recall him for next month’s T20 internationals against South Africa.
Moor lights up Bready ( )
PJ Moor, the former Zimbabwe Test player now qualifying to play for Ireland, lit up the opening day of the T20 festival at Bready.
Warriors top, Lightning bottom after dramatic day ( )
After a day of fluctuating fortunes, Warriors ended the first day still on top of the table while Munster Reds comprehensively defeated Leinster Lightning to leave the Dubliners bottom of the pile.
Stirling back for Knights at Bready ( )
Paul Stirling returns to the Northern Knights squad for the second T20 interpro series at Bready this weekend.
Macbeth replaces Wilson in Warriors squad ( )
Brigade seamer Ryan Macbeth has been drafted in to the Warriors squad for the T20 interprovincial squad for this weekend's Festival at Bready.
Hoey added to Lightning squad ( )
Gavin Hoey replaces JJ Garth, while Jack Tector is recalled in a 13-man squad for the second T20 Festival in Bready.
Georgeson given Wellington contract ( )
Northern Knights all-rounder Luke Georgeson has been given his first professional contract with Wellington Firebirds in his native New Zealand.
All White as Knights beat Munster ( )
Ben White's five wicket haul ensured Northern Knights beat Munster Reds to claim the second win of the T20 weekend.
Young guns down Leinster ( )
Craig Young was the last gasp hero for the Warriors as they edged out defending champions Leinster Lightning to go top of the T20 interpro table with their second win of the weekend.
Munster win on day of the underdog ( )
Munster stunned the NW Warriors with a convincing six wickets win on the second day of the IPT20 Trophy in Dublin.
Knights and Munster bounce back ( )
IT was a bounce back day for Northern Knights and Munster Reds as they proved the vagaries of T20 action by beating the first day winners Leinster Lightning and North West Warriors.
Knights bounce back to beat Lightning ( )
Northern Knights bounced back from yesterday’s comprehensive defeat to outplay Leinster Lightning and win by 22 runs on the second day of the IPT20 festival in Pembroke.
Warriors blitzkrieg stuns Knights ( )
North-West Warriors overwhelmed a shell-shocked Northern Knights in the second of today’s matches in the IPT20 festival in Pembroke.
Lightning strike first in T20 Festival ( )
In a match that was overshadowed by the announcement of Kevin O’Brien’s retirement from ODI’s, Leinster Lightning comfortably beat Munster Reds in the opening match of the first IPT20 festival of the season.
T20 Festival action set for Dublin ( )
THE next Ireland action may be three ODI's against South Africa in the Super League but it is still a T20 World Cup year and the serious countdown gets under way this weekend with the first inter-provincial festival.
Munster name squad for T20 Trophy ( )
Seamus Lynch and Mike Frost have been named in the Munster squad for the T20 Festival in Pembroke this weekend.
Lightning name squad for T20 Festival ( )
Peter Chase misses the games through injury and looks set for a long spell on the sidelines, while Jack Tector is left out of the 12-man squad.
Allen added to Warriors squad ( )
Brigade all-rounder Ross Allen has been added to the Warriors squad for the first Interprovincial T20 Festival in Pembroke this weekend, but there is no Stuart Thompson or Conor Olphert.
Knights missing Stirling for T20 Festival Opener ( )
The Northern Knights hopes of capturing a second T20 Trophy crown in three years have been dealt a blow with the news that star player Paul Stirling will miss the opening Festival in Dublin.
Meloy backing Knights ( )
Jersey Performance and Development Manager Lee Meloy is back in Ireland, helping the Northern Knights ahead of a busy two weeks with back-to-back T20 Festivals.
Porterfield hundred spoils Munster party ( )
William Porterfield bounced back to form with a century to help the North-West Warriors ease to a four-wicket victory over Munster Reds on Tuesday in the first InterPro 50 match to be played at the Mardyke in Cork.
Porterfield hasn't gone away you know ( )
William Porterfield is not going away. In his first match since the horrors of Holland, the Ireland opener hit his first List A century for three years to steer Warriors to an ultimately comfortable four wickets victory in Cork.
Porterfield rolls back the years ( )
William Porterfield scored a brilliant 110 to guide the NW Warriors to a four-wicket win over Munster Reds to secure second place in the Interpro Cup.
Munster name squad for Warriors clash ( )
Munster Reds have named their squad to face the North West Warriors in tomorrow's IP50 fixture at the Mardyke.
Leinster name Bolts squad for Emerging Interpros ( )
The Leinster selectors have named their squad for the Emerging Interprovincial series which gets under way later this month.
Warriors name squad for Munster trip ( )
Varun Chopra and Jared Wilson have been named in the Warriors squad for their trip to The Mardyke to take on Munster Reds next Tuesday.
Knights game against Munster postponed ( )
The Northern Knights final home game of the season against Munster Reds due to take place on Thursday has been postponed until June 30th.
Munster name squad for Emerging Interpros ( )
Munster Heat have named their squad that will take part in the inaugural Emerging Interprovincial competition that gets under way later this month.
Ireland U19s participation confirmed in Emerging Interpros ( )
Ireland Under 19's will be one of five teams in the new Emerging Interprovincial series, that will see each team play eight games, with the twenty matches split between T20 and 45-overs formats.
Delany major doubt for Dutch trip ( )
GARETH Delany is a major doubt for next week’s games against Netherlands after twisting his knee in the warm-up before the Inter-provincial Cup clash between Munster Reds and Northern Knights.
Knights and Munster rained off ( )
Rain won the day just three overs short of what was needed for a result in the game at Pembroke between Munster Reds and Northern Knights.
Knights and Munster name squads ( )
The Northern Knights and Munster have each made one change to their squads for Thursday's 50-overs Cup match.
Leinster Lightning retain their IP50 Crown ( )
Leinster Lightning have retained the inter-provincial Cup for a seventh successive season with victory in their final game against North West Warriors at Eglinton.
Lightning wrap up the IP50 for the eighth year in a row ( )
A tale of three captains as Lightning win IP50 for eighth year in succession.
Balbirnie and Dockrell lead Lightning to another title ( )
New format, new teams, new players, but same result as Leinster Lightning beat NW Warriors to claim their eighth successive 50-overs cup title.
Magee added to Warriors squad ( )
Brigade batsman Kyle Magee has been added to the Warriors squad for their crucial clash with defending champions Leinster Lightning at Eglinton on Tuesday.
Leinster go for eight in a row ( )
Leinster Lightning will be cup champions for the eighth year in succession if they beat the NW Warriors in Eglinton on Tuesday.
McCarthy's Party ( )
LEINSTER went back to the top of the IP50 table after easing to victory over Munster at Sydney Parade.
Joy of six for McCarthy ( )
Barry McCarthy's record six wicket haul coupled with yet another half century for skipper George Dockrell propelled Leinster Lightning to the top of the table with a 93-runs win against Munster Reds.
No last hurrah for Rankin after Bready wash-out ( )
BOYD Rankin was denied the opportunity of playing one last representative game when North West Warriors clash with Northern Knights was abandoned without a ball bowled.
Rain affects interpro series ( )
Rain washes out both the interprovincial games to leave it as you were at the top of the table.
Rain denies Lightning in Munster clash ( )
A frustrating day at Sydney Parade saw Leinster Lightning denied victory by the weather in their interpro cup game against Munster Reds.
Donemana past and present inspire Warriors ( )
TWO Donemana players, past and present, ensured victory for North West Warriors in the inter-provincial Cup match against Northern Knights at Stormont.
Delany and Ford back for Munster Reds ( )
Gareth Delany, Matt Ford and Theo Dempsey have been named in the Munster Reds squad for their clash with Leinster Lightning at Sydney Parade.
Jones looks for Lightning response ahead of Munster clash ( )
Leinster Lightning Head Coach Nigel Jones is looking for a positive response from his side after their weekend loss to the Knights as they name an unchanged squad for their clash with Munster Reds.
Supermac takes Warriors top of table ( )
North-West Warriors went to the top of the IP50 table this afternoon at Stormont, as they convincingly beat Northern Knights by 62 runs.
Stunning Stirling slams Lightning ( )
IT lasted only six overs but Paul Stirling’s memorable innings was enough to win him the man of the match as Northern Knights inflicted a rare inter-provincial Cup defeat on Leinster Lightning.
Robinson added to Knights squad ( )
North Down leg-spinner Carl Robinson has been added to the MTB Northern Knights squad for their clash with NW Warriors at Stormont on Tuesday.
Stirling blitzkrieg stuns Lightning ( )
A batting blitzkrieg by Paul Stirling was the catalyst that hurtled Northern Knights to victory over table toppers Leinster Lightning in Comber today.
Warriors name unchanged squad ( )
The North West Warriors have opted to stick with the 13-man squad that started the new season as they head to Stormont on Tuesday for an IP50 game against the Northern Knights.
Cameron-Dow added to Knights squad ( )
CIYMS left-arm spinner James Cameron-Dow has been recalled to the MTB Northern Knights squad for their home interprovincial cup clash against Leinster Lightning on Sunday at Comber.
Balbirnie and Little back in Lightning squad ( )
Andrew Balbirnie and Josh Little have both been named in the Leinster Lightning squad, but Barry McCarthy faces a fitness test ahead of the clash with Northern Knights at Comber.
John Anderson appointed Leinster Lightning selector ( )
John Anderson has been appointed a selector for Leinster Lightning.
Cause for optimism in revamped interpros ( )
The early signs are encouraging after the first week of the newly revamped interprovincial series. Odran Flynn with his observations. Will Lightning be tumbled?
Down with this sort of thing ( )
Father Ted marketing ploys, food of the Gods, The Royle Family, fruits of the forbidden tree. My take on the interprovincial at Eglinton yesterday.
Warriors bounce back ( )
NORTH West Warriors head coach Gary Wilson will have been delighted by a solid all-round team performance as they bounced back from their opening-day defeat to win their first home match in the Inter-provincial Cup.
Experienced Warriors beat Munster ( )
North-West Warriors rebounded from Saturday’s disappointing defeat by Leinster Lightning with a five wicket win over Munster Reds in Eglinton.
McBrine relishing Munster challenge ( )
Andy McBrine is looking for a response from his North West Warriors side as they prepare to face debutants Munster Reds at Eglinton.
Dockrell delivers for Leinster ( )
A MAIDEN List A century for George Dockrell, backed up by superb new-ball bowling from Barry McCarthy and Peter Chase, ensured Leinster Lightning made it two wins from two in the Inter-provincial Cup
Delany ruled out for Munster Reds ( )
Irish international Gareth Delany has been ruled out of the Munster Reds squad for their interprovincial opener against NW Warriors at Eglinton.
Dockrell century leads Lightning to victory ( )
George Dockrell clubbed three sixes in the final over to reach his maiden Leinster Lightning century, brightening up a blustery Sydney Parade as the home side beat Northern Knights by 70 runs (DLS).
Lawlor clocking up the miles for Irish ambitions ( )
The former Glamorgan all-rounder embarks on yet another journey tomorrow, as he prepares for his Northern Knights debut against Leinster Lightning in Dublin.
Knights name squad for interpro opener ( )
Matthew Foster and John Matchett come into the squad for the clash in Dublin, while David Delany and James Cameron-Dow are missing from the core group.
Lightning beat Warriors in interpro opener ( )
There was a lot of rust on show in the first cricket interpro of the season but Leinster Lightning had enough of the 3-in-1 to ease to victory over North-West Warriors.
Efficient win for Lightning in season opener ( )
Leinster Lightning started, as they so often do, with a victory, unspectacular but efficient, chasing down North West Warriors’ under-par 204 in the opening Inter-provincial Cup game at Pembroke.
Warriors put out to Grassi ( )
The more things change, the more that they stay the same. This was the message from Leinster Lightning today as their season kicked into life at Pembroke with a comprehensive six wicket victory over the Warriors.
Wilson keen to taste success ( )
It’s the eve of a new era for North West cricket as Gary Wilson takes charge of the Warriors for the first time, and the former international is keen to taste success.
Eglinton to host Super Series T20 match ( )
Eglinton will be the NW venue for a Super Series T20 match on July 25th.
Balbirnie to miss interpro openers ( )
Ireland captain Andrew Balbirnie will miss tomorrow’s opening interprovincial of the season between Leinster Lightning and North West Warriors because he is in quarantine.
Getkate looking foward to Warriors debut ( )
Shane Getkate admits he was shocked initially when told he was being transferred to the Warriors after a record 68 appearances for the Northern Knights, but is now looking forward to his North West debut this weekend.
Doheny looking to deliver for Warriors ( )
While the 22 year-old may not need a visa for his latest cricket venture as he joins the NW Warriors, he admits to being excited at what will be his third province is his sixth season at interprovincial level.
Lightning without trio for Warriors clash ( )
Andrew Balbirnie, Josh Little and Rory Anders will all miss Leinster Lightning's opening interpro clash with NW Warriors.
Warriors name squad for season opener ( )
It's a new dawn for NW cricket with Head Coach Gary Wilson naming his first squad ahead of the season opener against defending champions Leinster Lightning this weekend.
Jones excited by new era in Interprovincials ( )
It’s a new era in Interprovincial cricket with the Irish selectors choosing core squads for the provinces, plus the introduction of Munster in the 50-over cup.
McLoughlin-Gavin seeking perfect birthday present ( )
Cormac McLoughlin-Gavin turns 27 this week, and a perfect present for him would be a run-filled season with Munster Reds in the Interprovincial campaign.
Johnston upbeat ahead of new interpro season ( )
Everyone agreed a small change was needed and although Leinster Lightning will still be the team to beat, all the teams look strong on paper.
Knights beat Warriors in training game ( )
The Northern Knights and NW Warriors took advantage of the glorious weather to play a behind closed doors training match at Comber on Friday.
Dockrell determined ahead of new campaign ( )
George Dockrell is determined to win back his international place and is eyeing up the new interprovincial series as the perfect shop window to convince the Irish selectors.
New season, new start for McCarter ( )
Graeme McCarter admits ‘he’s buzzing’ ahead of the start of the interprovincial series next week, and eager to wear the green of Ireland after six years in the international wilderness.
Tector on fast track for success ( )
Tim Tector has always been ahead of the game, emulating Eoin Morgan in representing Leinster as an 11 year-old two years ahead of his peers.
Top 10 interpro bowlers ( )
With the new interprovincial series set to get under way in two weeks, we take a look at the top 10 wickets takers since the revamped competition got under way in 2013.
Emerging Interpros to start in June ( )
The inaugural Emerging Interprovincial tournament will start at the end of June, with 20 games scheduled between the five teams in a four-week period.
Kane relishing enhanced Munster role ( )
A new season, coupled with a new team and role, offers Tyrone Kane the chance to get his career back on track.
Interprovincial fixture changes ( )
Leinster Lightning will start their defence of the 50-overs Interprovincial Cup against the North West Warriors on Saturday May 1st at Sydney Parade.
Moor to play for Munster Reds ( )
ZIMBABWE international PJ Moor will play for Munster Reds in this year’s inter-provincials with Clontarf his likely destination for club cricket this season.
Return of the Mac ( )
Former Irish U19 internationals William McClintock and Aaron Gillespie are two of the five local players named by Head Coach Gary Wilson in his Warriors squad.
Rock return to Knights confirmed ( )
Neil Rock is back in the NCU after his proposed switch to Munster Reds was reversed.
Moor the merrier for Munster ( )
Munster Reds' playing strength and depth has been significantly improved by the confirmation that Zimbabwean international PJ Moor will be in their ranks for the 2021 campaign.
Fixture changes on the cards for interpros ( )
Cricket Ireland are mulling over tweaks to their interprovincial schedule ahead of the season getting under way next month.
Williamson given full-time Munster role ( )
Ted Williamson has been confirmed as full-time Head Coach with Munster Reds.
Tector appointed Knights captain ( )
Harry Tector will captain the Northern Knights in the 2021 Interprovincial campaign.
Wilson delight at Porterfield role ( )
NW Warriors Head Coach Gary Wilson has welcomed the appointment of William Porterfield as his assistant for the 2021 Interprovincial campaign.
Porterfield takes assistant Warriors role ( )
William Porterfield has been named as the NW Warriors assistant coach, and will be supporting Gary Wilson in the 2021 campaign.
PJ Moor to solve keeping problem? ( )
Zimbabwean international PJ Moor could be the answer to the current keeping conundrum for the interprovincial series.
Interpro fixture dates confirmed ( )
The first match of the new season will see defending 50-over champions Leinster Lightning take on the Northern Knights in Dublin.
Keeping conundrum for Knights ( )
Just six weeks away from the start of the 2021 interprovincial season, the Northern Knights have a real dilemma in their wicket-keeping ranks with the retirement of Gary Wilson.
2021 Interprovincial Fixtures ( )
Gary Wilson will start his interprovincial coaching career with a home tie against Munster Reds in six weeks time.
All change for Munster in interpros ( )
IT’S all change in this year’s inter-provincial series with Munster Reds competing in both the 50-over Cup and T20 Trophy competitions and the national selectors have picked the top 48 players in the country.
Squads named for interpro series ( )
Cricket Ireland have named the 48 players who will form the core squads for Leinster Lightning, Munster Reds, Northern Knights and NW Warriors.
Singh strong favourite for interpro award ( )
Simi Singh is the strong favourite for the Interprovincial Player of the Year in the Cricket Ireland Awards.
Kane boost for Munster Reds ( )
Tyrone Kane will look to reignite his international ambitions as he moves to Munster Reds for the 2021 interprovincial campaign.
Players on the move in interpro series ( )
Details are starting to emerge of player movement ahead of the start of the interprovincial season in May.
Munster added to 50 over interpros ( )
Munster have been added to the 50-overs interpros for 2021, but there will be no first class championship games for at least this season.
- Emerging Knights v Ireland Under 19s (23 July)
- Munster Heat v Emerging Knights (21 July)
- Leinster Lightning Bolts (21 July)
- Emerging Warriors v Leinster Bolts, T20 (19 July)
- Emerging Knights v Ireland Under 19s (15 July)
- Emerging Warriors v Ireland U19s (14 July)
- Munster Heat v Ireland U19s (2 July)
- Emerging Warriors v Emerging Knights (1 July)
- Northern Knights v Munster Reds (30 June)
- Emerging Warriors v Ireland U19s (29 June)
- Lightning Bolts v Ireland U19s (28 June)
- Warriors v Munster Reds (28 June)
- Northern Knights v Leinster Lightning (26 June)
- North West Warriors v Munster Reds (18 June)
- Leinster Lightning v Munster Reds (18 June)
- NW Warriors v Munster Reds (19 June)
- Leinster Lightning v Northern Knights (19 June)
- Munster Reds v Northern Knights (20 June)
- Leinster Lightning v North West Warriors (20 June)
- NW Warriors v Leinster Lightning (25 May)
- Leinster Lightning v Munster Reds (22 May)
- Northern Knights v NW Warriors (2) (18 May)
- Northern Knights v NW Warriors (1) (18 May)
- Northern Knights v Leinster Lightning (2) (16 May)
- Northern Knights v Leinster Lightning (1) (16 May)
- Leinster Lightning v NW Warriors (1 May)
- North West Warriors v Munster Reds (6 May)
- Leinster Lightning v Northern Knights (4 May)
- NW Warriors training (22 April)
- Warriors v Lightning
- Emerging Interpros
- Northern Knights v Munster Reds, 30 June
- T20 Festival One
- Leinster Lightning 50 overs cup win
- MTB Northern Knights v NW Warriors
- MTB Northern Knights v Leinster Lightning
- NW Warriors v Munster Reds
- Leinster Lightning v Northern Knights
- Leinster Lightning v NW Warriors