Ireland’s  Clare Shillington batting during the ICC Women’s World T20  match at Guyana National Stadium  in Providence. Photograph:  Jan Kruger/IDI via Getty Images

Ireland are still looking for their first win at the Women’s World T20 after losing to Pakistan by 38 runs in Guyana. Pakistan, who had lost their fi(...)

Ireland captain Laura Delany gives instructions during the Women’s World Twenty20 warm-up game against Sri Lanka in Antigua. Photograph: Cricket Ireland/ICC

The Ireland women’s cricket team open their World Twenty20 campaign with a tough assignment against three-time champions Australia in Guyana on Sunday(...)

Shirley McCay is Ireland’s most-capped international sportswoman. Photograph: Rowland White/Inpho.

There are good grounds for the claim that Shirley McCay is the most capped female international player in team sport in Ireland. It would seem aston(...)

Isobel Joyce’s 24 helped Ireland to a below-par score of 144 as they were beaten by Bangladesh by seven wickets in Colombo. Photograph: Inpho/Barry Chambers

Ireland Women must win their remaining two Super Six matches to keep alive their dream of World Cup qualification after they slipped to a seven-wicket(...)

Ireland’s Isobel Joyce  extended her career tally to 127 as she claimed 4-39 in their World Cup qualifier against Sri Lanka. Photo: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Ireland women’s cricketers were brought crashing back down to earth after slumping to a crushing 146 run reverse against hosts Sri Lanka in their seco(...)

Kim Garth starred with both bat and ball in Ireland’s 119-run win over Zimbabwe at the Women’s World Cup qualifier in Sri Lanka. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Kim Garth showed the kind of form that helped the Sydney Sixers win the Women’s Big Bash in Australia recently as Ireland completed an emphatic 119-ru(...)

Former Irish cricket captain Isobel Joyce: smashed 12 boundaries in an undefeated 62. Prakash Singh/AFP via Getty

Ireland beat South Africa by seven wickets to claim a fully deserved consolation win in the fourth and final women’s ODI at The Hills yesterday. Form(...)

Ireland’s Shauna Kavanagh  bats during the Women’s World Twenty20 match against Australia at the Feroz Shah Kotla Ground  in Delhi, India. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

Ireland lost their final game at the Women’s World Twenty20 as they went down to a seven wicket defeat to a rampant Australian side conscious of the n(...)

Dinesha Devnarain of South Africa in action with Mary Waldron of Ireland during the Women’s ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 Group A match. Photo: Christopher Lee-IDI/IDI via Getty Images

Ireland suffered a heavy 67-run defeat to South Africa in their third game at the Women’s World Twenty20 in Chennai. South African leg-spinner Sune (...)

Isobel Joyce: ‘We didn’t do ourselves any favours in the first six overs, and found it very difficult to pull it back then.’ Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Ireland’s women cricketers slipped to a 93-run defeat by tournament favourites New Zealand in their opening encounter in the ICC World Twenty20 in Moh(...)

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