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Tickets for Ireland v England (8th May) now available

Friday, February 27th, 2015

Ireland_v_England_May_8_Poster_WebTickets for the eagerly anticipated ODI between Ireland and England at Malahide on Friday, 8th May, are now available from Club Treasurer, David Griffin. With Ireland performing so strongly at the ICC World Cup in Australia/NZ, there is sure to be high demand for the tickets so don’t miss out and contact David to purchase your tickets!

There are 15 x Adult Tickets (€40 each) and 5 x U-16 Tickets (€15 each) available until the 30th March. More information on this upcoming match is available on the Cricket Ireland website.


To purchase, contact David Griffin at:









Ireland v England ODI (Friday, 8th May): Club Offer

Sunday, January 11th, 2015

Cricket Ireland is again offering preferential rates to cricket clubs for matches in 2015 for groups of 10+, and this year we are also introducing the Cricket Ireland Club Day Out Experience, along with our usual discounted ticket price.

Ireland v England Club Day Out ExperienceAt the special discounted price of just €60 (usually €65), the Club Day Out Experience includes:

  •    Match Ticket
  • –   Match Programme
  • –   Morning Coffee
  • –   Lunch at any outlet in the Cricket Ireland Village
  • –   Beverage Voucher
  • –   Bus Parking for groups of 10+


We are also offering match tickets at the discounted rate of €40 for adult tickets – a saving of over €9 per ticket as there is no booking fee, while OAP (€38) and U16 (€15) tickets are also available. We will ensure that all seats are in the same section on what is already shaping up to be a fantastic day.

To secure your club tickets fill in the attached form and post or email to ticketsales@cricketireland.ie by February 28th.

Although August seems like a long way away at this stage, we will also be offering preferential club rates for Ireland v Australia at Stormont on August 27th – an ideal opportunity for your end of season outing!

Of course before then we have the small matter of the ICC Cricket World Cup to look forward to – if you’re not lucky enough to be heading to Australia and New Zealand, you can follow all the exploits of the Boys in Green on www.cricketireland.ie.