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Cricket Ireland: Netherlands tour and squad announced for Ireland Women

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Cricket Ireland and Netherlands Cricket (KNCB) has today announced a three-match one-day international series between Ireland Women and Netherlands Women from 22-26 August 2022 in the Netherlands.

The fixtures are:

  • Monday 22 August: Netherlands Women v Ireland Women, 1st ODI (VRA Amstelveen)
  • Wednesday 24 August: Netherlands Women v Ireland Women, 2nd ODI (VRA Amstelveen)
  • Friday 26 August: Netherlands Women v Ireland Women, 3rd ODI (VCC Voorburg)


Ireland Women’s squad

Laura Delany (capt), Ava Canning, Rachel Delaney, Georgina Dempsey, Amy Hunter, Shauna Kavanagh, Arlene Kelly, Gaby Lewis, Sophie MacMahon, Jane Maguire, Cara Murray, Leah Paul, Orla Prendergast, Mary Waldron


Carrie Archer, Chair of National Women’s Selectors, said:

“It’s not only important for the Ireland Women’s squad to play more fixtures, but also to play in different conditions. So, we are pleased with the opportunity to play a three-match ODI series in Holland and provide – particularly the younger players – another experience for their development as well-rounded cricketers.

“The Selectors have welcomed back several players that were unavailable for the ODI series against South Africa, and believe we have a side that blends experience with youth that largely featured in the recent T20I Tri-Series against Australia and Pakistan. Indeed, this upcoming series builds on a busy home international season and will provide invaluable experience in this format before we face Pakistan away in the ICC Women’s Championship in November.”



It is anticipated that the matches will be livestreamed, with confirmation of details to be made in due course.

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