lreland-Zim Test match set for July

Written by on April 24, 2024

By Andile Mvundla


The Ireland Cricket Board has confirmed their first home Test match since 2018 with Zimbabwe, which will be played at Stormont, Ireland from July 25th to 29th.

The Test, included in the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) draft schedule, was subject to speculation after recent financial issues for the national governing body. The test match goes ahead, but the limited overs portion of the tour will now not take place.

The 5 day Test match will be the first time the two nations have met in a test cricket match ever.

Ireland Men will face Pakistan, Zimbabwe and South Africa, and participate in a T20 World Cup between May and October.

The Ireland Cricket Board also confirmed that Ireland’s home series against South Africa has been moved to the UAE, while the visit of Australia has been postponed.

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