The Ireland national cricket team represents all regions of Ireland in International cricket. The sport’s governing body in Ireland is the Irish Cricket Union. Ireland national cricket team played 3 Test matches, 173 One Day International matches,106 Twenty20 International matches.

10. Dekker Curry

Dekker Curry is a right-handed batsman in the right arm of the break bowler of the Ireland national cricket team. He captained Ireland’s national cricket team three times in the ICC Trophy in 1994, 1997, and 2001 and the European championship in 1996. He also represented the Northern Ireland cricket team in Commonwealth Games in a tournament in 1998.

9. Kyle McCallan

William Kyle McCallan is a right-handed batsman and off-spin bowler Ireland national cricket team. He has made 3,616 runs at an average of 23.33 and he also took 256 wickets. He also captained Ireland national cricket team 54 times. On 2 December 2009, he took his retirement from international cricket.

8. Kevin O’Brien

Kevin Joseph O’Brien was born on 4 March 1984 in Dublin, Ireland. He was recorded as the first player of the Ireland national cricket team to take 100 wickets in ODI’s. In June 2021, O’Brien took his retirement from ODI cricket, and shifted his focus to T20 and Test cricket.

7. Paul Stirling

Paul Stirling is the opening batsman and an occasional right-arm-off break bowler Ireland national cricket team. He is one of the top leading run-scorers in T20 Internationals. In June 2020, he was appointed as the vice-captain of the Ireland national cricket team.

6. Andrew Balbirnie

Andrew Balbirnie is currently, the captain of the Ireland national cricket team in all formats. He is a right-handed batsman and an occasional wicket-keeper. In a Tri-Nation series against West Indies in 2019, he played his hundred international matches for Ireland national cricket team.

5. Justin Benson

Justin Benson is a right-handed batsman and right-arm bowler as well as an occasional wicket-keeper. He was the captain of the Ireland national cricket team in all the matches between 1966 to 1967. He played his last match against MCC in 1967 at the Lord’s and represented Ireland’s national cricket team 59 times.

4. Jason Molins

Jason Adam Max Molins is a right-handed batsman and the former captain of the Ireland national cricket team. He captained Ireland’s national cricket team from 2001 to 2005 and made great victories against Zimbabwe, Surrey, and the West Indies. He is the certainly the most successful captain who represented the Ireland national cricket team more than 45 times with a winning percentage of 60%.

3. Gary Wilson

Gary Wilson is a wicket-keeper and right-handed batsman of the Ireland national cricket team. He played in all the formats in Tests, One Day Internationals, and Twenty20 Internationals. In 2005, Wilson played for Ireland national cricket team in ICC Intercontinental Cup.

2. Trent Johnston

David Trent Johnston was the captain of Ireland national cricket team and was therefore a constant figure in the national team until his retirement in 2013. He was appointed as the captain of the Irish cricket team for the semi-finals in Intercontinental Cup against the UAE in Windhoek, Namibia in 2005.

1. William Porterfield

William Thomas Stuart Porterfield is a cricket player and captain of the Ireland national cricket team. In March 2017, in Afghanistan T20I series, he made 1,000 runs in T20Is. In May 2018, he was appointed as the captain of Ireland national cricket team for their first-ever Test match, against Pakistan after succeeding Trent Johnston.