Paul Mooney is a right handed batsman and right arm medium bowler who plays for Ireland cricket team. The other team for whom he plays is North County.

Paul Mooney debuted in One day International cricket on 13th June 2006 at Belfast (Civil Service Cricket Club) against England. In this match, he bowled 5 overs, none of which were maidens, conceded 17 runs and failed to take any wicket. He took 2 catches. He was allocated the No. 11 batting spot and he remained unbeaten on 11 runs after facing 7 balls. This match was won by England by 38 runs. Mooney played his last One day International against South Africa at Providence on 3rd April 2007. He came to bat at the No. 9 batting position but was out on the very first ball he faced. He bowled 3.3 overs, none of which were maidens, gave away 40 runs and did not take any wicket. South Africa won this match by 7 wickets with 21 deliveries to spare by Duckworth-Lewis method.

Career Highlights

Born 15 Oct 1976
Nationality Ireland Ireland
Team History
Ireland National Cricket Team Ireland 1998 - 2007

Paul Mooney appeared in 4 One day Internationals in which he accrued 12 runs at a batting average of 12 and batting strike rate of 133.33. He bowled 87 deliveries in which 100 runs were scored and he could not take a single wicket.

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