Andrew Balbirnie


Andrew Balbirnie looking forward to Glamorgan challenge

Ireland captain Andrew Balbirnie says he's looking forward to testing himself in first-class cricket after signing for Glamorgan for the first month of the season. Balbirnie, 30, played in Glamorgan's 2020 T20 campaign and was top scorer but has not played first-class cricket since 2019. The right-handed opening batsman joined...
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Ireland captain Andrew Balbirnie excited ahead of Ireland's seven ODIs in UAE

Ireland have not taken the field since a stunning victory over Eoin Morgan's world champions in Southampton in August but are currently in Abu Dhabi, where they are preparing for four ODIs against the United Arab Emirates followed by three more versus Afghanistan. "Seven one-dayers in this space of time...
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Andrew Balbirnie excited about Ireland’s year ahead

Ireland captain Andrew Balbirnie is cautiously optimistic for his side’s prospects in 2021, as they prepare to match last year’s entire fixture list in the space of less than three weeks. Ireland managed just seven international fixtures in 2020, four before the pandemic took hold and then just three in...