In an announcement earlier today the European Tour have confirmed that the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open will be played in the West of Ireland at Lahinch Golf Club from July 4-7, 2019.
European Rugby’s Champions Cup winners Leinster have today released details of the 21 players who’ve been awarded contracts for the 2018/19 season.
by Gerard Mulreaney When I arrived at Malahide Cricket Club on Day 4 of Ireland’s historic first Test match against Pakistan, I did so more in hope than expectation. With both opening batsman Ed Joyce and William Porterfield still at the crease following an overnight first-wicket stand of 64, the hope was Ireland could batContinue reading “Test century for O’Brien as Ireland fightback”
Ireland’s opening batsman Ed Joyce looked a disconsolate figure at the end of Day 3 after what started out as a good day with the ball, turned into a complete collapse with the bat in their opening innings.
Ahead of the country’s historic first test match next week, Chairman of the National Men’s selectors Andrew White today announced Ireland’s squad for the game against Pakistan in Malahide (May 11-15).
Andrew Trimble retires
After today’s semi-finals Ireland will face tournament hosts England in the final of the IRB Junior World Cup in the AJ Bell Stadium in Salford this Saturday.
It was a day of records at the Malahide Cricket Club in Dublin as Sri Lanka cruised to a massive 136 run victory in the second One-Day International. It was a day of huge disappointment for Irish sport, following Ireland’s 3-0 defeat to Belgium in Euro 2016, and the Irish Rugby teams second-half capitulation inContinue reading “Sri Lanka Win Series 2-0 Over Ireland”
Sri Lanka arrived in Malahide Cricket Club after their drawn test match against England at Lords, and came away with a 76 run victory. Barry McCarthy, a right-arm medium paced bowler, was making his Ireland debut. Making their debut for Sri Lanka were Kusal Mendis, Dasun Shanaka and Dananjaya de Silva. Ireland won the toss,Continue reading “Sri Lanka Beat Ireland By 76 Runs At Malahide”