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'I don't see it as an upset' - Ireland captain Porterfield demands respect after win over West Indies
The Irish skipper took aim at the game’s two-tier system.
Up to €8,000 worth of damage caused after Cabinteely cricket pitch set on fire
The club may now have to abandon their season if the pitch can’t be repaired.
England's Dublin-born cricketer subject to blackmail plot over messages
A “five-figure sum” was demanded to prevent details being revealed about a relationship Morgan had with an Australian woman.
Seagull gets killed by cricket ball, resurrects and receives standing ovation
Miracles do happen.
Australian batsman denies racially taunting Indian opponent after telling him to 'speak English'
It’s not the first time David Warner has been embroiled in controversy.
Ireland hit stumbling block as they lose to Afghanistan for first time in five years
Phil Simmons’ side need to beat Scotland on Monday to win the Dubai Tri-series.
Records tumble as Ireland's World Cup opponents warm-up with T20 run-fest
There was carnage as David Miller hit a six over a four-tiered stand and onto a golf course.
Ireland start as they mean to go on but room for improvement as World Cup groundwork begins
Phil Simmons’ side are in Dubai for an ODI tri-series.
History boys? Here's the Ireland squad for the 2015 Cricket World Cup
There are just 39 days until the tournament gets underway.
After hitting a plateau in their headlong progress, 2015 is a seminal year for Ireland
There is plenty to look forward to over the next twelve months, including the World Cup.
John Mooney's heroic innings the day after revealing his battle with depression - My 2014 sporting moment
The ovation he received was spine-tingling.
Ireland's World Cup squad takes shape as Ed Joyce returns for final warm-up series
Phil Simmons’ side will play Scotland and Afghanistan in the New Year as part of their preparation.
Michael Clarke's century was a perfect tribute to friend and team-mate Phillip Hughes
Captain overcomes injury to post Test century against India.
'Rest in peace my little brother' - Aussie captain's emotional funeral tribute to Phillip Hughes
Michael Clarke delivered a moving eulogy at the service today in Hughes’ home town.
John Mooney: 'I will do everything to make sure this illness doesn’t take me away from my future'
The Irish cricketer was diagnosed with depression almost three years ago.
Touching scorecard change means Phillip Hughes will forever be 63 not out
Hughes died on Thursday after being struck on the back of the head by a ball.
It's hard not to get emotional watching Aussie skipper Michael Clarke pay tribute to Phillip Hughes
Fair dues to Clarke. This wasn’t easy.
The touching #putoutyourbats Phillip Hughes tribute has gone viral
Cricket fans around the world are paying tribute online.
No words seem right - Phillip Joel Hughes, Cap 408, will forever remain 63 not out
A tragic accident has left cricket in a communal state of numbness and disbelief, writes Ryan Bailey.
Australia's Daily Telegraph has retired tomorrow's back page in memory of Phil Hughes
Irish cricket “stunned and saddened” by Hughes’ tragic death.
Australian cricketer Phil Hughes dies in hospital after being struck on the head by a ball
The 25-year-old never regained consciousness after being struck on the head by a ball two days ago.
Australian cricketer Phil Hughes in critical condition after freak head injury
The 25-year-old crashed to the ground unconscious after the heavy blow to the head while playing for South Australia.
'I'd love to play in an All-Ireland Final' admits England cricketer Eoin Morgan
The batsman also claims his hurling days don’t influence his cricket as much as many believe.
Rohit Sharma just broke all sorts of cricket records
That’s some striking.
Cricket fan wins €3,000 for making this sliding one-handed catch in his bare feet
His brother-in-law put it up, and he snagged the big catch.
Flintoff to continue shock playing return Down Under
Age is but a number for Freddie.
Ireland coach Phil Simmons to leave World Cup warm-up tour
Simmons will return to his native Trinidad to be with his ill mother, Cricket Ireland said this evening.
Ireland captain Porterfield returns home from pre-World Cup tour
The opening batsman left the camp due to personal reasons.
Sports Film of the Week: Out of the Ashes
Even if cricket’s not usually your cup of tea, we reckon you’ll enjoy this.
We'll Leave It There So: Annalise Murphy is going to Rio, Irish cricket gets some cash and the rest of the day's sport
Also, Irish cricket received a boost and Aston Villa have gone crazy for Keano’s beard.
Kerching! Irish cricket signs multi-million euro 10-year sponsorship deal with Indian investors
The multinational Indian conglomerate Shapoorji Pallonji Group is to make the investment.
Test status within 'grasping distance', says Cricket Ireland president
Joe Doherty gave his thoughts on the future of cricket in Ireland and his hopes for the World Cup.
Cricketer Ed Joyce reflects on the reasons for his switch from England to Ireland
The 35-year-old star said he “always would have preferred” to represent his birth country.
This cricket commentary booth was almost destroyed by a rogue projectile
Mitchell Johnson’s six nearly blew out this commentary box window.
Johnston: Cricket's Girls in Green deserve every bit of success
Departing women’s cricket coach Trent Johnston says the opportunity to work in his native Australia was “too good to pass up.”
English cricketer banned from wearing pro-Gaza wristbands during match
Moeen Ali wore “Save Gaza” and “Free Palestine” wristbands during England’s Test against India yesterday.
Simmons: 'I can imagine playing a game in Sydney with the Irish support... jeez!'
Coach Phil Simmons says the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand will effectively be a home tournament for Ireland.
'Apart from my two kids being born, it was the greatest day of my life'
Trent Johnston remembers the day that Ireland turned the cricket world upside down in this week’s episode of The Slog Sweep.
Australia and England will sandwich The Ashes between ODIs against Ireland in 2015
“Next year is shaping up to be the most exciting in Irish cricketing history,” says Ireland coach Phil Simmons.
Craig Kieswetter nailed the 'Cricket is a Tough Game' Selfie
What, this? Just a broken nose and eye socket. No biggie.