Ireland men’s cricket team has arrived in Hobart ahead of the start of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 starting on Monday against Zimbabwe

Paul Stirling was talking from the team hotel after arriving in the Tasmanian capital. Stirling, 32, made his international debut in 2008 against New Zealand in a one-day international

He then made his T20 International debut against Pakistan in 2009. He has 340 caps for Ireland, including having played 114 T20Is – having scored the world’s sixth-highest run-scorer in this format.

Zimbabwe will be led by Craig Irvine and will look to cause another upset like neighbours Namibia, who stunned Asia Cup 2022 champions Sri Lanka.

The Zimbabwe vs Ireland T20 World Cup 2022 Match No. 4 will be played on Monday, October 17.