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Pakistan beats Ireland, reaches quarters
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Pakistan look toward quarterfinals after taking care of Irelan...

By Kuldip Lal ,AFP ADELAIDE, Australia -- Pakistan moved closer to a World Cup quarterfinal berth after restricting Ireland to 237 all out in their winner-takes-all clash in Adelaide on Sunday. Ireland captain William Porterfield played a lone ... China Post, 1 week ago
Pakistan beats Ireland, reaches quarters The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago
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Liebherr Wins Another Australian Terminal Bespoke Container Crane Order

Proximity of Airport Meant Redesign to Cope with Height Restrictions IRELAND AUSTRALIA - Liebherr Container Cranes report another successful order for their Killarney factory with the news it is to supply three unique articulated boom, ship to ...
 Handy Shipping Guide5 days ago Liebherr to Supply Four Cranes to Australia  Marine Link4 days ago Articulated STS cranes for Australia  Vertikal.net5 days ago Liebherr Container Cranes to supply four cranes to Australia  Baird Maritime4 days ago
Daily News South Africa

Hazlewood, Aussies restrict Pakistan

Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood grabbed four wickets as Australia reduced Pakistan to 213 all out in their World Cup quarter-final at the Adelaide Oval on Friday. Pakistan's batting imploded after Misbah-ul Haq elected to take first strike, with Haris ...
 Daily News South Africa1 week ago Factbox: Australia v India  Bdnews24.com3 days ago ICC World Cup Semifinal Australia vs India: A statistical comparison  Jagran Post3 days ago Australia vs Pakistan Cricket World Cup: Hosts chase down small total to reach semi final despite early wobble  Capital Bay4 days ago

World Cup: Misbah on Pakistan's comeback, unleashing Sarfraz and facing Australia

Misbah-ul-Haq was speaking with the media after Pakistan beat Ireland to qualify for the World Cup quarterfinals. You can also listen to the full press conference in the audio widget above. Q. Misbah, a month ago, exactly on the 15th of February, ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago World Cup 2015: Misbah says Pakistan capable of winning the cup, praises Sarfraz  DNA India1 week ago We can win the World Cup: Misbah  Siasat Daily1 week ago We can win the World Cup, says Misbah-ul-Haq  Oneindia1 week ago
Irish Independent

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-News Corp expands stake in Australia's APN media with $104 mln deal

(Corrects details of shareholders in fourth paragraph) * News Corp ups stake to 14.99 pct* Ireland's INM exits after more than two decades * News Corp getting closer to Australian radio market By Byron Kaye and Padraic Halpin SYDNEY/DUBLIN, ...
 London South East1 week ago Ireland INM agrees to sell 18 pct holding in Australia's APN  London South East1 week ago INM to sell Australian stake to clear debts back home  Irish Independent1 week ago INM to clear debt through sale of its 18.6pc APN stake  Business & Leadership1 week ago
India TV

World Cup 2015: Porterfield century takes Ireland to 237 vs Pakistan

William Porterfield posted his first World Cup century in an otherwise mediocre batting display by Ireland as it was restricted to 237 against Pakistan in the last game of the group stage. It was a crucial innings by the Ireland captain, with the ...
 India TV1 week ago Frustration for Ireland as Pakistan elbow World Cup hopes aside  Irish Times1 week ago Ireland score 237 against Pakistan  Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago Porterfied ton keeps Irish in game  Daily News South Africa1 week ago
Saudi Gazette

Pakistan beat Ireland, advance to quarter-finals

ADELAIDE (Australia): Eight years after Ireland's famous St. Patrick's Day win against Pakistan at the Cricket World Cup, it was a far different story on Sunday at the Adelaide Oval. Pakistan's disciplined pace bowlers restricted Ireland to 237 ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago #360view: Clinical show against Ireland boosts Pakistan morale at Cricket World Cup  Yahoo! Maktoob News1 week ago Pakistan, Windies complete QF lineup  Saudi Gazette1 week ago Pakistan gets the job done against Ireland to set up Aussie date  The Sports Campus1 week ago

Joyce, Balbirnie set Zimbabwe tough 332 to win at World Cup

Hobart (Australia) (AFP) - Ireland veteran Ed Joyce made Zimbabwe pay for dropping him early in his innings with a hundred while Andrew Balbirnie struck a quickfire 97 as the non-Test side piled up 331 for eight in their World Cup Pool B clash at ...
 Yahoo!Xtra3 weeks ago

Winning 'non-negotiable' for Zimbabwe

HOBART, Australia: Zimbabwe's Brendan Taylor has said winning against Ireland is "non-negotiable" for his side if they are to qualify for the World Cup quarter-finals. The Africans play the Irish, a non-Test side, in Hobart on Saturday in what is ...
 SAMAA TV3 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

Factbox - Australia v India

Sydney- Factbox on today's cricket World Cup semi-final between Australia and India at the Sydney Cricket Ground. - - - - AUSTRALIA Captain: Michael Clarke Coach: Darren Lehmann Squad: Clarke, Aaron Finch, David Warner, Shane Watson, ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 days ago Australia bat first against India  Reuters India2 days ago India vs Australia: Road to Cricket World Cup 2015 Semi-Final  NDTV3 days ago Australia vs India Factbox: who will win?  Pakistan Today3 days ago
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