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Middlesex Cricket

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How much love for this man? 💯🔥 • • • #backinggreen

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Forrester Rugby Football Club

*Update* both games called off due to frozen pitches. • Last game for both teams before the Christmas break. • 1XV are hosting Duns with a 2.00pm KO while the 2XV travel to take on Linlithgow with also a 2pm KO. • Get on down and support the club you love this Saturday! . . . . . . . . . . . . #backinggreen

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Cricket Ireland

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As we near the end of 2018, we’re looking back at a big year for Irish cricket. ◽️ Post : Behind-the-scenes – the media. ◽️ This has been a busy year for Irish cricket – not only on the pitch, but around it. It is great to see such interest in our sport from the Irish, UK and worldwide media – whether home matches or abroad, we’ve been out there talking about and promoting cricket. ◽️ Thanks to the many journalists and writers who cover our game. We hope to provide you even more to write, film and talk about in 2019! #BackingGreen ☘️🏏

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Cricket Ireland

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As we near the end of 2018, we’re looking back at a big year for Irish cricket. ◽️ Post : Behind-the-scenes – umpires. ◽️ Umpires are undeniably a key part of our sport. Every game, no matter what the level, is overseen by umpires. Whether as a job or as a volunteer activity, umpires spend many, many hours every season ensuring matches are played on time, in the right spirit and according to the rules of the game. The work of umpires often goes unnoticed, but their impact and importance is understood by all. ◽️ So to the many men and women umpires across Ireland, we thank you for your dedication and enthusiasm for playing a critical role in competitions from club and junior levels, right through to international fixtures. #BackingGreen ☘️🏏

Cricket Ireland (@cricket_ireland) Instagram Profile Photocricket_ireland

Cricket Ireland

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As we near the end of 2018, we’re looking back at a big year for Irish cricket. ◽️ Post : Behind-the-scenes – the Ground Staff. ◽️ It’s not only players that deliver great performances on the field - many, many ground staff work year round to ensure our grounds and pitches are ready to play on (or protected in the event of the worst!). ◽️ Groundskeeping is not a 9-to-5 job, and not just in-season – the needs of cricket grounds and pitches are often year-round. So we salute those many staff and volunteers who do the essential work behind-the-scenes to ensure Ireland’s cricket grounds are maintained and ready to play. #BackingGreen

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Cricket Ireland

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As we near the end of 2018, we’re looking back at a big year for Irish cricket. ◽️ Post : International retirements. ◽️ 1️⃣ Ed Joyce (cap ) made 151 appearances for Ireland, averaging 40.82 with a highest score of 231 (the highest ever by an Irishman). A highly successful English county batsman and captain, he also featured for England on the international stage. He announced his retirement in May 2018 after playing his debut Test match. 2️⃣ Clare Shillington (cap ) made 180 appearances for Ireland, finishing as Ireland Women’s most-capped and highest ever run scorer. She announced her retirement in November 2018 after the World T20 campaign. 3️⃣ Niall O’Brien (cap ) made 216 appearances for Ireland, finishing as Ireland’s fourth highest run scorer and most prolific wicket-keeper with 241 dismissals to his name. He announced his retirement in October 2018 after his 16th year of playing for the Men in Green. 4️⃣ Isobel Joyce (cap ) made 168 appearances for Ireland, captaining the side 62 times. She finished as Ireland Women’s leading wicket taker, third-highest run scorer and most catches by an outfielder. She announced her retirement in November 2018 after the World T20 campaign. 5️⃣ John Anderson (cap ) made 26 appearances for Ireland. His century against Netherlands in 2013 helped propel Ireland into the Inter-Continental Cup Final, and he played an instrumental role in Ireland winning the trophy. He announced his retirement in October 2018. 6️⃣ Ciara Metcalfe (cap ) made 94 appearances for Ireland, finishing as Ireland Women’s second highest wicket taker, with a best bowling of 5-18 against Netherlands. She announced her retirement in November 2018 after the World T20 campaign. 7️⃣ Cecelia Joyce (cap ) made 134 appearances for Ireland. She finished as Ireland Women’s second-highest run scorer, with a highest score of 119*. She announced her retirement in November 2018 after the World T20 campaign. ◽️ 2018 was a big year for Irish cricket, and a year for big names to step away from the international game. We wish each of our international retirees the best of luck with the next stage of their careers. And thanks! #BackingGreen ☘️🏏