Max Sorensen is ruled out of Ireland's forthcoming acclimatisation tour to Australia and New Zealand after suffering a wrist injury.
Cricket Ireland secures a major sponsorship deal with a conglomerate owned by Ireland's richest citizen Pallonji Mistry.
Pace bowler Alex Cusack is included in Ireland's 18-man squad for their training camp in Australia and New Zealand.
Calum MacLeod's unbeaten 116 helps Scotland beat Ireland by eight wickets in the final match of the one-day series.
South Africa complete a 3-0 whitewash over Ireland's women thanks to a six-wicket victory in Wednesday's T20 international at Moseley.
Ireland beat Scotland by three wickets at Malahide to secure an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
Ireland cruise to a comfortable seven-wicket win over Scotland in the first of three one-day internationals in Dublin.
Reports and scorecards from Scotland's one-day international tour of Ireland.
Ireland name a full-strength women's squad for their three-game Twenty20 international series against South Africa.
John Mooney is recalled by Ireland six months after leaving the West Indies tour because of a stress-related illness.
Ireland will play eight matches in Australia and New Zealand this autumn as preparation for the 2015 World Cup.
The third and final ODI between Ireland and Sri Lanka A on Sunday is abandoned with no play possible at Coleraine.
Sri Lanka A storm to a 107-run victory over Ireland at Stormont to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.
Wicketkeeper Stuart Poynter scores a maiden century for Ireland but Sri Lanka A win the one-day game by 28 runs.
Malahide and Stormont will stage Ireland's one-day cricket internationals against England and Australia in 2015.
Ireland's plans to play ODIs in Pakistan in September are cancelled following Sunday's attack on Karachi airport.
Paul Stirling hopes to stay in Middlesex's Championship side after scoring a half century on his second appearance.
Surrey re-sign Ireland international all-rounder Kevin O'Brien on a short-term deal to play in the T20 Blast.
The Ireland cricket team will play Australia and England in one-day internationals on home soil in 2015.
The second one-day international between Ireland and Sri Lanka is abandoned because of rain.