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Andy McBrine dropped from Ireland’s T20 World Cup squad; Simi Singh included

Eire have dropped offspinner Andy McBrine from their T20 World Cup squad, and introduced in Simi Singh rather than him. Whereas the remainder of the 15-member squad wears a largely acquainted look, there are additionally some new and inexperienced names.
These embrace opening batter Stephen Doheny, who’s but to play a T20I; pace-bowling allrounder Fionn Hand, who made his T20I debut final month towards Afghanistan; and medium-pace bowler Conor Olphert, who has performed solely two T20Is to date.

McBrine, who has featured in 32 T20Is, was disregarded of Eire’s aspect after the primary two video games of the five-match collection towards Afghanistan in August, which was the final time they performed the format. He has conceded runs at an financial system charge of 10.53 in his final seven T20Is, and acquired solely three wickets.

Eire have misplaced ten – and received simply three – of the final 13 T20Is they’ve performed, together with dropping all 5 T20Is to India and New Zealand throughout their dwelling summer season. All three of these wins got here towards Afghanistan in a 3-2 collection win. Having misplaced to Sri Lanka and Namibia within the qualifying matches of the T20 World Cup in 2021, Eire did not make the primary spherical final 12 months.

This time, Eire play Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe and Namibia in Group B of the qualifying matches, from the place the top-two groups – and two others from Group A – will progress to the primary occasion.

Squad: Andrew Balbirnie (capt), Paul Stirling (vice-capt), Mark Adair, Curtis Campher, Gareth Delany, George Dockrell, Stephen Doheny, Fionn Hand, Josh Little, Barry McCarthy, Conor Olphert, Simi Singh, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker, Craig Younger

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