Ireland Cricket Team At ICC Men's T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier 2024

Ireland attempted their first T20 World Cup appearance in 2007 but could not qualify for further rounds.

Later in the next 7 editions, the team displayed some good cricket but eventually ended up getting eliminated in the group stage.

In this edition, Ireland will be looking forward to put on an even better performance and compete in the T20 World Cup to pose some competition to other teams and mark themselves as a serious participant.

With some team building, cricketing power hitters, and the current arsenal of talented youngsters and seasoned veterans, Ireland team will look forward to outshine their opponents and present some good cricket to other teams in the tournament.

Now, in the 9th edition of the tournament, Ireland’s Captain Paul Sterling eyes the World Cup and looking at the Ireland ICC T20 World Cup team, it flickers a hope of a new match-up in the World Cup.

COMPLETED / 21st Match / Grange Cricket Club, Raeburn Place

205/9 (20 ov)

Scotland won by 8 runs.

COMPLETED / 17th Match / Goldenacre, Edinburgh

Match Abandoned

COMPLETED / 12th Match / Goldenacre, Edinburgh

80/1 (10.2 ov)

Ireland won by 9 wickets

COMPLETED / 7th Match / Grange Cricket Club, Raeburn Place

226/4 (20 ov)

Ireland won by 128 runs.

COMPLETED / 4th Match / Grange Cricket Club, Raeburn Place

123/1 (14.3 ov)

Ireland won by 9 wickets

COMPLETED / 2nd Match / Goldenacre, Edinburgh

158/8 (20 ov)

Ireland won by 7 runs.

Ireland Stats

Most Run Scores
bat
5

Matches

128

Runs

5

Matches

122

Runs

4

Matches

108

Runs

Most Wickets Takers
5

Matches

12

Wickets

5

Matches

9

Wickets

5

Matches

9

Wickets

Ireland Players

wk

Lorcan Tucker

Wicket-Keeper

wk

Neil Rock

Wicket-Keeper

C
bat

Paul Stirling

Batter

bat

Harry Tector

Batter

all

Curtis Campher

All Rounder

Josh Little
bowl

Josh Little

Bowler

all

Mark Adair

All Rounder

bowl

Ben White

Bowler

FAQs

Paul Sterling captains the Ireland team in the T20 format.

Ireland team is a budding team of the T20 format and is struggling to become an established team of the sport, winning 67 out of its 160 total T20I matches.

With the kind of players it has in its arsenal, Ireland will look forward to pose some competitions to other teams in the tournament.