West Indies to host Ireland for two T20s and one ODI

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“We are delighted to welcome the Irish Team to play against our Windies in this upcoming series”

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have announced that they will be hosting Ireland for two Twenty20 Internationals and one ODI in Jamaica in February 2014.

After playing Ireland, the West Indies will host England for a three-match ODI and Twenty20 series.

“We are delighted to welcome the Irish Team to play against our Windies in this upcoming series,” WICB director of cricket, Richard Pybus, said. “It comes immediately after the Super50 Tournament and will be a great opportunity for the squad to get quality preparation ahead of the visit by England and before they head off to defend the ICC World T20 title which they won so spectacularly back in October 2012.

“It will also signal the start of the international season in the West Indies and it promises to be a bumper year of cricket for the fans here in the Caribbean. The Windies will have several assignments and we foresee some tough and exciting cricket as we look to build and move up the ICC rankings in all three formats.”

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