We have had enough cricket for the moment.
The Irish women are about to make history in a historic first by qualifying for the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
It is a feat that has eluded them since the women’s game was introduced in 1978, and it has also eluded the sport’s governing body.
Ireland’s progress in Rio, with a record-breaking victory over Italy on Thursday, gives them a chance to prove that the sport is capable of competing in a high-profile event.
But that doesn’t mean they are ready for Rio.
Ireland will face a formidable group of opponents on Saturday.
Ireland has only one senior international, Ireland’s second-highest ranked player, in Rory Doherty, who will be in Rio for the Olympic Games.
The team is missing the captain, Laura Kavanagh, who has a broken leg and is in Australia.
The rest of the team is largely inexperienced.
In fact, the players are in such bad shape that they have been given a rest, although they have had plenty of practice over the weekend.
The women’s team have been struggling with fitness.
The first Test against England on Wednesday in Glasgow was marred by injury and exhaustion.
There is no doubt that Ireland are struggling to make progress in the women-only game.
Ireland lost their last Test against Pakistan in Dubai earlier this month.
The defeat was the biggest in their history.
In a team that is led by Ireland’s leading batsman, Mandy Clark, it was her 10th Test century against England that ended her hopes of winning the title.
Clark is not just Ireland’s most prolific batsman but is also Ireland’s fastest bowler, too.
So Ireland have a lot to learn about the game, as they do every season.
But they have learned from previous experiences.
They won the World Cup in the United States in 2008 and were ranked top three in the world by the ICC, a position they are unlikely to relinquish anytime soon.
The game has changed, too, with the rise of the digital economy.
Ireland now have access to the internet, which has made it possible for more players to play online and help the team grow.
In the past, many teams were reliant on players who lived in the capital, such as David Stirling and Michael Clarke.
Now the game has moved to more remote areas.
In 2015, Ireland were ranked second only to the US in the rankings.
They are now No. 2, which puts them in the top six in the entire world.
The ICC’s new World Twenty20 format will make the team more competitive and more likely to win, but they have a long way to go.
There are still plenty of questions to be answered about the women.
The best way to learn the game is to follow its history, which can be difficult when it comes to understanding what happened when the game was first introduced.
That is why the International Cricket Council, the governing body of cricket, has created the Women’s Cricket World Cup, which will take place in the coming months.
It will be an opportunity for the Irish women to demonstrate their talent, which they did in Rio.
We are all cricket fans, so this is the right time to make a statement.
They should have won that tournament already, but the ICC didn’t give them a second chance.
They have got to prove they can compete and that the game can be successful for women.
So, how do you follow Ireland’s performance in Rio?
Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Ireland have had three losses in their last four matches against England.
They were beaten by the world number one team in South Africa in 2016 and then beaten by Australia in Melbourne in 2018.
In those four games, they lost both the Test and the World Twenty21.
They also lost to Australia in Adelaide last year.
If Ireland are to progress in their bid to win the women at the Olympics, they will need to win two more games against England and Australia.
There has been a lot of speculation about who Ireland will play.
Ireland play their first match against England at St Andrews on August 26, when they will host England at Eden Park.
But there is little chance that the women will play their way into the top eight, as their only match-winning game came in the 2010 Women’s World Cup against South Africa.
That match ended in a draw.
Ireland are favourites to beat England again this summer, but there is a real chance they will not get a game against England as a consolation prize.
Ireland did not win the World T20 in 2015.
They did not make the finals in the inaugural tournament.
It’s a long road back for Ireland, but their ambition to win this year’s Women’s Super Twenty20 will be bolstered by the fact that the ICC has given them an exemption to the tournament’s qualifying rules.
The exemption allows Ireland to play in the Women-only tournament, which is not an easy feat to accomplish.
Ireland won’t get a chance against the top sides