Ireland have announced their 14-man squad for the ODI Home Series against Australia, which starts on 23 July.
The team recalls bowler Jane Maguire after recovering from injury. Her sister Amy is also part of the team and it will be the first time both of her sisters have been called up together in the Irish senior team.
Ireland, coached by Laura Delaney, will play three games against Australia in ODI from 23-28 July. All three games in the series will be played in Clontarf, Dublin. The ODI will be part of the 2022-25 ICC Women’s Championship.
Ireland’s Amy Hunter said of her upcoming assignment: “It has been a very exciting summer in international cricket. We have just returned from a tour of the Caribbean and now have a series at home against Australia and then an away series against Australia.” Netherlands.
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“That series with Australia is the only home action I’m looking forward to this summer. We had a huge crowd at Brady last year and it really made a difference when they pushed the team and supported us. It just creates the perfect atmosphere to play cricket.
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Ireland: Laura Delaney (Captain), Eva Canning and Georgina Dempsey, Amy Hunter, Arlene Kelly, Gaby Lewis, Louise Little, Jane Maguire, Amy Maguire, Carla Murray, Leah Paul, Orla Prendergast, Rebecca Stokell, Mary Waldron
23 July: Ireland Women v Australia Women – 1st ODI, Clontarf
25 July: Ireland Women v Australia Women – 2nd ODI, Clontarf
28 July: Ireland Women v Australia Women – 3rd ODI , Clontarf