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# Abbotstown
'You should have seen the look on the players' faces': Cricket Ireland open new €700,000 training centre
The first phase of the project is complete, but the big piece of the jigsaw remains the development of a national stadium.
# Looking Forward
Ireland set for fixture bonanza including marquee Tests against top-tier nations
Warren Deutrom says Ireland will play up to 65 games over the next five years.
# costly
Cricket Ireland down €75,000 as fans issued with full refund for washout
It was far from a dream start as the weather rained on Ireland’s parade in Malahide.
# the ultimate test
'The risk is huge, but we've got to back ourselves': Ireland's €1 million match
Cricket Ireland CEO Warren Deutrom has been instrumental in the arrival of Test cricket to these shores, and now he’s hoping to make the sport mainstream.
# grand designs
€6 million stadium at the centre of Ireland's exciting Test plans
Cricket Ireland will need assistance from the government as they look to improve facilities at Malahide.
# Dream Come True
As one remarkable journey for Irish cricket ends, this is the beginning of an even greater one
Ireland’s elevation to cricket’s top table is a tale of commitment, perseverance and a battle against the odds. Today will go down as a truly historic one in the context of Irish sport, writes Ryan Bailey.
# D-Day
Passing the Test: Ireland's 10-year quest to join cricket's elite set to end this week
The ICC will vote on Ireland’s ascension to full member and Test status on Thursday on what is set to be a hugely significant day in the sport’s history on this island.
# TJ
Ex-Ireland captain Johnston would welcome return as head coach - but not just yet
The 42-year-old is currently head coach of New South Wales and is in talks to sign a new contract with the club.
# History
Let's turn Lord's green! Ireland to play historic series against England next year
The two countries will meet next May.
# make cricket mainstream
Big bucks! Irish cricket has secured a major sponsor for the next 3 years
The lucrative deal was announced at this morning’s strategic launch in Dublin.
# Big Boost
Boyd Rankin set for Ireland return after falling out of favour with England
The fast-bowler wants to play for the country of his birth again but a return hinges on his county’s consent.
# Fortress Malahide
How one of Dublin's historic sites has been transformed into an international stadium
For the second time in two years, a 10,000 seater venue has been built from scratch for Ireland’s game against England.
# CWC15
Cricket Ireland have announced who their sponsor will be for next month's World Cup
It’s an unusual one.
# The Slog Sweep
Deutrom: I still believe that Ireland will be playing Test cricket by 2020
Warren Deutrom tells The Slog Sweep podcast that Ireland’s strategic ambition has paved the way for other aspiring Associates.
Ireland's T20 showdown with the West Indies to be shown live tonight
Darren Sammy insists his side did not take the Irish challenge lightly, but is aware that they must improve.
Cricket Ireland signs bumper new funding deal with ICC
An elite domestic competition structure is just one of the future plans to boost the sport in Ireland.
# Howzat?
Cash money: RSA extend Cricket Ireland sponsorship until 2015
RSA Ireland and Cricket Ireland have announced a “significant” expansion of their sponsorship agreement until 2015.
# Best Laid Plans
2020 vision: Ireland reveals test cricket target
“This is not a dreamy aspiration but a real ambition,” Cricket Ireland chief executive Warren Deutrom explained at today’s strategic announcement.
# Howzat?
Cricket chief Deutrom expresses 'relief' at World Cup decision reversal
Warren Deutrom of Cricket Ireland has told The Score that the serious business of qualifying for the 2015 Cricket World Cup starts now.
Still "a long way to go" in Ireland's Cricket World Cup struggle, says Deutrom
Cricket Ireland Chief Executive welcomes ICC decision to reopen discussions on the format of the 2015 tournament.
ICC will reconsider decision to exclude Ireland from 2015 World Cup
Lobbying by Ireland and other associate nations forces cricket’s governing body to think again.
Top sports lawyer feels Cricket Ireland have grounds for World Cup legal action
ICC’s decision likely to be seen as “one that goes against the principles and objectives of the ICC’s global development programme,” says Andrew Nixon.
# Outrage
Deutrom: Decision to exclude Ireland from 2015 World Cup a "complete travesty" and an "outrage"
Cricket Ireland’s chief executive slams ICC decision as “nothing but an attempt by full members to protect their own privileges.”
# CWC2011
Deutrom: An unforgettable victory - but we're not quite ready for test matches yet
Cricket Ireland chief executive Warren Deutrom talks to TheScore about a memorable night for Irish sport and the future prospects for Ireland’s cricket team.