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# Cricket

Last week
3rd December 2023 - 9th December 2023
Ireland denied by Zimbabwe on the very last ball of T20I thriller
Zimbabwe edge out Heinrich Malan’s side in Harare opener.
Last month
November 2023
Transgender athletes banned from playing international women’s cricket by ICC
Earlier this year, Canada’s Danielle McGahey become the first transgender cricketer to take part in an official international match.
This year
Ireland's ODI with England abandoned due to rain
Joe Root’s hopes of a final World Cup warm-up were ruined.
Weather beats both Ireland and India as final T20 international is rained off
India had already secured a 2-0 lead and series victory ahead of Wednesday’s abandoned match.
Disappointment for Ireland as India seal T20 win
Ruturaj Gaikwad’s 58 and Rinku Singh’s explosive debut cameo eased the tourists to a 33-run victory in Dublin.
Heavy rain leaves Ireland frustrated in narrow T20 loss to India
Craig Young took two wickets in two balls right before showers forced play to be suspended.
Delany caps record day with Player of the Match performance against Dutch
Ireland beat the Netherlands by 66 runs to clinch T20 series victory with a game to spare.
Arlene Kelly leads the way as Ireland Women defeat the Netherlands
Kelly finished with career-best international figures of 5-12.
Australia make strong start in pursuit of Ashes glory
It was a rain-shorted day’s play at The Oval.
England surge into pole position to win final Test and level Ashes series
Stuart Broad has announced he will be retiring from all cricket at the end of this match.
Australia record series win against Ireland women
Elsewhere, the Ireland men’s side were beaten by Scotland in the final of the T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier tournament.
Smith leads Australia revival in fifth Ashes Test
The tourists frustrated England by establishing a first-innings lead in the fifth and final Ashes Test at The Oval.
Australia take charge of fifth and final Ashes test
Already guaranteed to retain the urn, Australia are seeking to win it on English soil for the first time in 22 years.
Ireland secure qualification for T20 World Cup
Ireland qualified for next year’s tournament after today’s game against Germany was abandoned due to rain.
Australia retain Ashes following day-five washout
Five of the last six sessions were lost to the weather without a ball bowled at Old Trafford.
Ireland ease to comfortable T20 World Cup qualifier win over Austria
A 128-run win is Ireland’s record margin of victory.
Joe Root takes only wicket of afternoon session as Australia frustrate England
Marnus Labuschagne was caught behind for a defiant 111 on a rain-affected day four.
Bairstow's stunning 99 no takes England to 592 in fourth Ashes Test
England, 2-1 down with two to play must win in Manchester to maintain their hopes of regaining the Ashes.
Balbirnie and Stirling to the fore as Ireland beat Denmark in T20 World Cup Europe qualifier
Balbirnie and Stirling secured a nine-wicket victory at the Grange Cricket Club
Crawley's stunning century puts England ahead in fourth Ashes Test
Earlier, Chris Woakes took his first five-wicket haul against Australia.
Campher rescues Ireland in nervy opening win at T20 World Cup Qualifier
Ireland beat Italy by seven runs in Edinburgh.
Stuart Broad reaches 600 Test wickets as England bowlers make day one progress
Australia reached stumps 299 for eight after being inserted to bat at Old Trafford.
Harry Brook keeps England’s Ashes hopes alive in nailbiting win over Australia
Chris Woakes and Mark Wood saw England over the line on their return to the side.
England chasing 251 to keep Ashes hopes alive after rain-delayed third day
Australia were 116-4 in their second innings, a lead of 142 runs, as they looked to go 3-0 up in the five-match series.
Stokes and Moeen revive England's Ashes bid
Australia were 116-4 in their second innings at stumps on the second day.
Mark Wood bamboozles Australia with express pace to give England Ashes hope
A one-man show from comeback kid Mitch Marsh also had an impact.
England left to rue costly batting errors as Australia seize control at Lord’s
The hosts lost six wickets for 47 on the third morning of the second Ashes Test.
Young wickets, Stirling runs as Ireland beat the USA in play-off match
Ireland recorded a six-wicket win over USA in their 7th-place play-off semi-final at the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifiers.
England cricketer Jonny Bairstow carries Just Stop Oil protester off pitch
Just Stop Oil protesters delayed proceedings at the start of the second Ashes Test.
England cricketer Jonny Bairstow carries protester off pitch as Just Stop Oil disrupt Ashes Test
Just Stop Oil protesters delayed proceedings at the start of the second Ashes Test.
Stirling fires 162 as Ireland finally get off the mark at Cricket World Cup qualifier
Ireland face into the play-offs for seventh to 10th place after comfortable win over UAE.
India to host bitter rivals Pakistan for first time in seven years at Cricket World Cup
October’s clash between the South Asian neighbours is a rarity, and will be one of the most watched sports events of the year globally.
Ireland's World Cup hopes hang by a thread as Leask powers Scotland to last-gasp win
Michael Leask smashed a brilliant 91 not out to lead Scotland to a dramatic one-wicket victory from the final ball.
Cummins leads by example as Australia beat England in thrilling Ashes opener
The tourists were two-wicket winners.
Oman defeat Ireland in stunning World Cup qualifier upset
Oman won by five wickets in what was their first-ever victory over a Test nation in an ODI.
Australia strike between the showers in first Ashes Test
England were 28-2, a lead of just 35 runs, when a huge downpour sent the players hurrying off the field.
Khawaja keeps England at bay after Broad strikes in Ashes opener
Australia looked as if they might get through the second session without losing a wicket.
Joe Root ton lights up opening day of Ashes before shock England declaration
England declared at 393 for eight before Australia closed on 14 without loss.
Ben White's five-wicket rally not enough as Ireland lose to the Netherlands
Ireland lose final warm-up game ahead of their opening World Cup qualifier on Monday.
Tector shines with 149 not out to steer Ireland to win against USA
Heinrich Malan’s side win first warm-up match ahead of the Cricket World Cup Qualifier.