Ireland announces team for T20I series against India

Ireland has announced its T20I team for a two-match series against India starting from the end of this month.

According to Andrew White, President of National Men’s Choices for Cricket Ireland, a 14-member team led by Gary Wilson has been selected to provide opportunities for a wide pool of players to gain international experience in T-20 cricket. , As quoted by RTE Ireland. The series of two matches start with the first game in the village of Dublin on June 27, and after two days, the final game will be held in the same place.

Speaking on the selection, White said further: “We will continue our approach to providing opportunities for a pool of players to gain experience in T20 cricket on the international stage. To go to the World T20 Cup qualifiers With almost 12 months, we are looking at forming a competitive team for that qualification phase and hopefully, we will have to go ahead in the main tournament in 2020. “Prior to the India series, several players from the team Arundel Castle will travel to Sussex on 24 June to play the Ed Joyce Testimonial (Ireland XI vs. Sussex Sharks), after which they will help in choosing management after three days in Blue Games XI for the game against men

“In the recent tri-series in the Netherlands, we had performed well on many players and in the weekend match in Sussex this Wednesday, the final match for the first match will be strengthened on eleven.

“We will continue our approach to providing opportunities for a comprehensive pool of players to gain experience in T20 cricket internationally.
“With almost 12 months to go to the World T20 Cup qualifiers, we are hoping to make a competitive team for that qualification phase and hopefully we will have to go ahead in the main tournament in 2020.”

The fixtures against Ireland, the world’s third-ranked T20I side will take place in Dublin on 27 and 29 June 2018.

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