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Diarmuid Carey visits MCC Cricket Academy

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

diarmuid-careyCork County youngster Diarmuid Carey enjoys a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take part in a 2-day coaching clinic at the MCC Cricket Academy at Lord’s as part of an ever-improving tie between Munster Cricket and the MCC. Diarmuid will be joined by Kaasim Alam of Limerick CC.

The initiative arose following the visit of the MCC to the Mardyke last August when Fraser Stewart (MCC Cricket Academy Manager) saw talent of both youngsters during a Munster Development XI fixture when the touring side were beaten at the Mardyke last August.

The pair made the relatively short trip to the iconic Lord’s ground on Tuesday, 11th April, and will take part in a two days coaching clinic by some of the MCC’s leading coaches.

It’s a fantastic chance for the two lads to soak up as much as they can as they continue their development as cricketers. The experience should set Diarmuid in good stead as he looks ahead to a busy season of cricket for County in both Munster and Leinster league and cup competitions.

Munster Development XI v MCC at the Mardyke (28th May)

Monday, May 27th, 2013

A Munster Development XI will take on the illustrious MCC at the Mardyke on Tuesday, 28th May, starting at 1.00 p.m. Fixture forms part of the MCC Spring tour against Irish Youth and Development teams and has been running for approximately the past 10 years. The fixture is a key component of the Munster Cricket Union’s attempts to provide competitive cricket to it’s emerging talent, however, exams have meant that the likes of Chris Banon, Rory O’Keefe and Ian Coleman are all unable to play.

The Munster Development selected is as follows:

  1. Brad Morgan (Cork County)
  2. Oliver Creedon (Cork County)
  3. Oscar Cotter (Cork County)
  4. Tim Clifford (Cork County)
  5. Robin Russell (Pembroke)
  6. Rhu Jones (Cork Harlequins)
  7. Anthony O’Reilly (Cork Harlequins)
  8. Brian O’Leary (Cork Harlequins)
  9. Alam Morshed (Co. Kerry)
  10. Owais Gohar (Co. Kerry)
  11. Sean Cawley (Thurles)