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Dec 11, 2014: Pace bowler Max Sorensen and wicketkeeper-batsman Andrew Poynter have missed out on Ireland's squad for the tour to UAE, which is a part of the side's final preparations for the 2015 World Cup
Ireland v New Zealand A, Dubai
Nov 29, 2014: Andy Balbirnie's maiden List A hundred charged Ireland to a four-wicket win in Dubai and handed New Zealand A their first loss of the tour
Dec 7, 2012: Ireland are set to benefit from a new ICC support programme, receiving a funding boost of $1.5 million through to 2015.
May 31, 2012: Ireland A produced a miraculous fightback to beat Gloucestershire 2nd XI at Bath. They chased 411 to win on the final day in 92 overs.
ICC Under-19 World Cup 2010 warm-ups
Jan 11, 2010: A round-up of the latest batch of warm-up games ahead of the Under-19 World Cup
Under-19 World Cup 2009-10
Nov 24, 2009: Ireland have announced their squad for the Under-19 World Cup which takes place in New Zealand in January.
ICC Under-19 World Cup Qualifiers, 7th day
Sep 9, 2009: A round-up of the seventh day of the ICC Under-19 World Cup Qualifiers in King City
ICC Under-19 World Cup Qualifiers, 3rd day
Sep 4, 2009: A round-up of the third day of the ICC Under-19 World Cup Qualifiers in King City
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