Ireland Announce T20 World Cup Squad 2024

Ireland Announce T20 World Cup Squad 2024

Ireland unveiled their 15-member squad for the upcoming ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024, Paul Stirling will be the captain of the Irish cricket team in the tournament.

Paul Stirling’s aggressive approach at the top of the order promises to set the tone for Ireland’s innings, instilling confidence in his teammates and uniting them towards success.

Ireland T20 World Cup Squad 2024

Paul Stirling (Captain), Josh Little, Barry McCarthy, Neil Rock, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker, Ben White, Craig Young, Mark Adair, Ross Adair, Andrew Balbirnie, Curtis Campher, Gareth Delany, George Dockrell, Graham Hume.

Ireland’s thorough planning is obvious in their selection process, with the same core group of 14 players featuring across all three T20I squads. Seam bowler Josh Little earns a well-deserved call-up for the T20 World Cup, adding depth and variety to Ireland’s bowling arsenal.

Positioned in Group A of the tournament, Ireland faces formidable opponents in India, Pakistan, the USA, and Canada. The challenge is immense, but Ireland’s squad is packed with talent and determination, ready to take on the world’s best in pursuit of glory.

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Ireland’s batting lineup includes Andrew Balbirnie and George Dockrell providing stability and leadership in the middle order. Furthermore, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker, Ross Adair, and Curtis Campher add depth and firepower to Ireland’s batting unit, capable of dismantling any bowling attack on their day.

Mark Adair will lead Ireland’s pace attack, supported by Graham Hume, Barry McCarthy, and Craig Young. Their ability to generate pace and extract bounce from the pitches will be crucial in stifling opposition batsmen and taking crucial wickets during crunch moments of the game.

Ireland’s spin department is well-equipped with the presence of impressive leg-spinner Ben White and all-rounder Gareth Delany. Their ability to deceive batsmen with turns and variations adds a new dimension to Ireland’s bowling attack, providing crucial breakthroughs in the middle overs.


Ireland’s journey in the Men’s T20 World Cup dates back to 2009 when they made a memorable debut by reaching the Super Eight stage. Since then, Ireland has continued to showcase resilience and determination on the global stage, earning respect and admiration from cricketing enthusiasts worldwide.

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