March 9, 2009

Ireland

Tickets on sale for Ireland v England

Martin Williamson

Cricket Ireland has announced ticket details for their ODI clash with England at Stormont on Thursday August 27. Prices remain the same as they were for the previous game in 2006, with an adult ticket costing £35.

Tickets for the game are priced as follows:

Adults = £35 Under 16 with an adult = £10 Under 16 unaccompanied= £15 OAP = £25 Associate/life members = £28 (place orders through Cricket Ireland office) Family = £90 (2 adults and 2 Under 16)

Club booking = order 10 tickets or more and receive them for £30 each (must be arranged through the Club Secretary and ordered through Sue Wickham sue.wickham@irishcricket.org in the Cricket Ireland office)

Tickets for the game will go on sale at 10am on Monday March 16, and can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.ie or by telephone at the following numbers:

Rep. of Ireland 0818 76 2121

Northern Ireland 0844 277 9950

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Posted by Andy Long on (March 12, 2009, 16:35 GMT)

Come on Ireland! All we have to do is get KP out early, hope Freddie is still injured and let Alastair Cooke have most of the strike! I know that Ireland will boast a better 'keeper than England, Niall can catch unlike Prior!

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Martin Williamson
Executive editor Martin Williamson joined the Wisden website in its planning stages in 2001 after failing to make his millions in the internet boom when managing editor of Sportal. Before that he was in charge of Sky Sports Online and helped launch and run Sky News Online. With a preference for all things old (except his wife and children), he has recently confounded colleagues by displaying an uncharacteristic fondness for Twenty20 cricket. His enthusiasm for the game is sadly not matched by his ability, but he remains convinced that he might be a late developer and perseveres in the hope of an England call-up with his middle-order batting and non-spinning offbreaks. He is now managing editor of ESPN EMEA Digital Group as well as his Cricinfo responsibilities.

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