Ireland Wolves team selected for warm-up; Ireland Men’s Team named for Bangladesh series

Today, Ireland Wolves and the roster for the upcoming Ireland Men's World Cup Super League series against Bangladesh were both revealed by Cricket Ireland
15 July 2022; Josh Little of Ireland, 82, is congratulated by teammates after taking the wicket of New Zealand's Finn Allen during the Men's One Day International match between Ireland and New Zealand at Malahide Cricket Club in Dublin. Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfile

(Cricket news) The final rounds of the ICC World Cup Super League feature a three-match ODI series between Ireland Men and Bangladesh Men. If the Men in Green can win all three games, Ireland could qualify automatically for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. Bangladesh has already earned a spot in the international competition.

Tickets for the series, which will be performed in Chelmsford, are currently on sale and selling swiftly.

Ireland Wolves, the country’s men’s A squad, will take on Bangladesh Men in a 50-over practise match before to the series. A closed-door setting will be used for the game. In 2019, the Wolves and Bangladesh Men played each other in a thrilling match that the Wolves easily won. This is not the first time a Wolves team has faced Bangladesh Men.

Ireland Wolves:

  • PJ Moor (capt) (Clontarf), Cade Carmichael (Instonians), Murray Commins (Instonians), Gareth Delany (Leinster), Matthew Foster (CSNI), Fionn Hand (Clontarf), Gavin Hoey (Pembroke), Tyrone Kane (Phoenix), Tom Mayes (North Down), Scott Macbeth (Bready), James McCollum (Waringstown), Neil Rock (Rush), Craig Young (Bready).

Ireland Men:

  • Andrew Balbirnie (capt) (Pembroke), Mark Adair (CIYMS), Curtis Campher (YMCA), Gareth Delany (Leinster), George Dockrell (Phoenix), Stephen Doheny (Merrion), Fionn Hand (Clontarf), Graham Hume (Waringstown), Josh Little (Pembroke), Andy McBrine (Donemana), Paul Stirling (North Down), Harry Tector (YMCA), Lorcan Tucker (Pembroke), Craig Young (Bready).

9 May: Ireland Men v Bangladesh Men – 1st ODI 

12 May: Ireland Men v Bangladesh Men – 2nd ODI 

14 May: Ireland Men v Bangladesh Men – 3rd ODI 

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