Johannesburg: South Africa will embark on Ireland’s first historic, fully limited overtour in July, the national cricket committee said on Monday.
The match will run from July 11th to 25th and will consist of three ODIs and three T20 Internationals that will be part of ICC’s Cricket World Cup Super League program.
The match will take place in Malahide and Stormont.
“It’s the first time Protea has toured Ireland in multiple games, and the only other visit was during the ODI in Belfast in June 2007,” Cricket South Africa (CSA) said in a statement. It was.
“This tour marks an important new chapter in our history when visiting one of the rapidly developing cricket nations for a six-game tour,” said Graeme of Cricket. Smith’s CSA director said.
Protea has won five ODIs against Ireland over the years, including at the 2007, 2011 and 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup conferences. Their final showdown was during a one-match tour of Ireland by Ireland in 2016 to South Africa.
Both countries have never met at T20 International.
Ireland has been a highly competitive opponent in recent years and has been the focus of attention in games around the world, Smith said.
“We are also looking forward to the contest as it will provide players with more international action in unfamiliar situations,” Smith said.
Warren Dutrom, Cricket Ireland’s Chief Executive Officer, said: Cricket managers around the world try to fit the pieces.
“We look forward to the coming season and thank our tour opponents for helping us with this rebuilt season. For senior men, the schedule includes six World Cup Super League matches. Welcome to South Africa, who played last. 14 years ago. “
South Africa will visit Ireland in July for the first historic, fully limited overtour
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