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William Porterfield plays through the off side

UAE v Ireland, 2nd ODI, Dubai

Porterfield, Balbirnie fifties lead rout of UAE

Half-centuries from captain William Porterfield and Andy Balbirnie helped Ireland ace their chase of 203 and secure the two-match series against UAE in Dubai

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Niall O'Brien's 93 enable Leicestershire close in on Glamorgan's score

Ireland news

O'Brien, Young, Rankin return for Pakistan series

Ireland have been boosted ahead of their one-day series against Pakistan next month by being able to name Niall O'Brien, Craig Young and Boyd Rankin in their squad for the two ODIs

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Bowling consultant Chaminda Vaas speaks to Craig Young during a training session

Ireland news

Young ruled out of Sri Lanka ODIs

Ireland will be without pace bowler Craig Young for their two ODIs against Sri Lanka next month after he suffered an elbow injury that could require surgery

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Craig Young will hope to add to some bite to Ireland's pace attack

County news

Injury-crippled Hampshire turn to Young

Ireland's seam bowler Craig Young has joined Hampshire on a short-term loan deal in their first response to a crippling early-season injury crisis

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Ed Joyce guided Sussex's reply

Ireland v UAE, Intercontinental Cup 2015-17, Dublin, 4th day

Joyce's record double blows UAE away

Ed Joyce's 231 starred in Ireland's convincing innings and 26-run win over UAE in their ICC Intercontinental Cup clash in Dublin

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Niall O'Brien plays one fine to third man

Ireland v Scotland, Dubai triangular series

N O'Brien 80* steers Ireland to win

Niall O'Brien's unbeaten 80 anchored Ireland's 217-run chase and led them to a three-wicket win over Scotland, their second victory of the triangular series

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Ireland celebrate with the World Cricket League Championship trophy

World Cup 2015 news

Young, Chase in Ireland World Cup squad

Ireland have preferred young pace bowlers Craig Young and Peter Chase to the experienced Max Sorensen in their World Cup 15