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Kevin O'Brien, Paul Stirling declared fit for ODI tour to England

Kevin O'Brien, Paul Stirling declared fit for ODI tour to England

"The opportunity to play England in England and in particular at Lord's is not only historic, but a great tribute to Irish cricket and its journey," Ireland Cricket quoted head coach John Bracewell as saying.

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers: Irish captain Seamus Coleman's broken leg horror mars Ireland-Wales stalemate

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers: Irish captain Seamus Coleman's broken leg horror mars Ireland-Wales stalemate

Wales held out for a draw despite their numerical disadvantage, but they remain four points below Ireland and new group leaders Serbia, who came from behind to win 3-1 in Georgia.

BCCI say no to attend ICC meeting on World Test Championship, still maintaining resistance against proposed event

BCCI say no to attend ICC meeting on World Test Championship, still maintaining resistance against proposed event

The BCCI has been strongly opposing the proposed World Test Championship since it was ideated. It was first planned in 2013 and then in 2017, but got canceled. 

Afghanistan's Rashid Khan makes history, takes fastest ever five-wicket haul in T20Is

Afghanistan's Rashid Khan makes history, takes fastest ever five-wicket haul in T20Is

Afghanistan's leg-spinner Rashid Khan, on Friday, scripted history by taking the quickest five-wicket haul, at the Greater Noida stadium. His figure stood 5/3 in just two overs.

Pro-British DUP party narrowly wins Northern Ireland vote

The pro-British Democratic Unionist Party came first in Northern Ireland`s snap election, winning just one seat more than Irish republicans Sinn Fein.

Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes to skip Ireland ODIs; wil instead play 14 IPL games

Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes to skip Ireland ODIs; wil instead play 14 IPL games

Eoin Morgan (KXIP), Jason Roy (Gujarat Lions) and Sam Billings (Delhi Daredevils) will be returning after the April matches get over

Irish government faces no-confidence vote

Ireland's fragile minority government faces a no-confidence vote later Wednesday over a scandal involving the police, the state's child protection agency and the political establishment.

ICC set to bring football-style Test and ODI league format in cricket - Report

ICC set to bring football-style Test and ODI league format in cricket - Report

ICC has proposed a two-year Test league, a 13-team ODI league, and regional qualification for the World Twenty20.

Ireland welcomes ''greater clarity'' on Brexit

Ireland has welcomed the "greater clarity" on Britain`s proposed approach to the Brexit negotiation process.

Brexit: Over 100 UK banks and companies may relocate to Ireland

Brexit: Over 100 UK banks and companies may relocate to Ireland

Following Britain's historic vote to leave the European Union (EU), over 100 UK Banks and companies are likely to leave the island-country and relocate to Ireland.

Ireland claims EU breaching sovereignty in Apple tax ruling

Ireland claims EU breaching sovereignty in Apple tax ruling

Ireland set out its arguments today against a European Commission ruling that tech firm Apple should pay billions in back-taxes to Dublin, claiming the EU executive arm has interfered in state sovereignty.

Ireland launches appeal against EU Apple tax ruling

Ireland lodged a formal appeal Wednesday against a European Commission ruling ordering the country to collect billions of euros in unpaid taxes from tech giant Apple.

AUS vs IRE: Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith guide Australia to a 9-wicket win over Ireland

AUS vs IRE: Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith guide Australia to a 9-wicket win over Ireland

Ireland let slip a promising start, collapsing from 121 for two in the 24th over to 198 all out.

South Africa captain AB de Villiers misses ODI against Ireland

South Africa captain AB de Villiers misses ODI against Ireland

Faf du Plessis will captain the team in the one-off match against Ireland in Benoni, near Johannesburg.

Apple tax ruling made without bias: EU President

Apple tax ruling made without bias: EU President

Defending the European Commission (EC) tax ruling against Apple, EU President Jean-Claude Juncker has termed the decision as "landmark" that was taken "without discrimination and without bias".

 

Ireland to join Apple in fight against EU tax ruling

Ireland`s cabinet agreed on Friday to join Apple in appealing against a multi-billion-euro back tax demand that the European Commission has slapped on the iPhone maker, despite misgivings among independents who back the fragile coalition.

Emotional finale for Ireland`s greatest goalscorer Robbie Keane

Emotional finale for Ireland`s greatest goalscorer Robbie Keane

The Dubliner proved he still had the nose for goals, but has no regrets about calling time on his career.

After Apple, EU may focus on companies closer to home

After Apple, EU may focus on companies closer to home

Multinational companies can expect the European Commission to press on with a crack down on sweetheart tax deals after handing Apple a breathtaking demand for 13 billion euros, officials and experts said on Wednesday.

Full Text: Tim Cook writes to Europe on Apple's 13 euro billion tax fine

Full Text: Tim Cook writes to Europe on Apple's 13 euro billion tax fine

Global tech giant Apple Inc was on Tuesday ordered by the European Union to pay a record penalty of 13 euro billion in taxes to Ireland.