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Amla ton helps SA to 201-run win over Ireland
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Amla steers Proteas to another magical victory

South Africa has produced another emphatic win at the 2015 Cricket World Cup, beating Ireland by a huge 201 runs in their third Pool B match at the Manuka Oval in Canberra. The South Africans scored a massive 411/4 in their 50 overs with seamers ... SABC, 17 hours ago
Ireland battered New Delhi Pioneer, 6 hours ago
SA hammer Ireland by 201 runs Nagaland Post, 8 hours ago

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Ireland have scripted most upsets at the World Cup!

Ireland's John Mooney (2nd from left) hugs teammate Niall O'Brien (3rd from left) after beating the West Indies during their World Cup match in Nelson, New Zealand, on Monday. Photograph: Anthony Phelps/Reuters Following Ireland's four-wicket victory over the West Indies in a Pool B match at Nelson, New Zealand, on Monday, here's a look at other instances when associate member countries defeated Test-playing nations at the 50-over World Cup. Sri Lanka beat India - 1979, England The small ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Ireland see off UAE in World Cup thriller  Himalayan times6 days ago ICC World Cup 2015: Ireland see off UAE in thriller  Zee News6 days ago World Cup: Nervy Ireland beat UAE in last-over thriller  India Today1 week ago

Ireland warm-up for World Cup with upset of Bangladesh

Ireland set out their stall as potential World Cup giant-killers by beating Bangladesh by four wickets in their final warm-up match at Blacktown Oval on Thursday. After the Irish won the toss and chose to bowl first, Max Sorensen (3-31) and John Mooney (3-32) took three wickets apiece as Bangladesh were dismissed for 189 in 48.2 overs. Former England top order batsman Ed Joyce hit 47 to help set the Irish on their way before Andrew Balbirnie (63 not out) and Kevin O'Brien (23) teamed up for a ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Bowlers, Balbirnie help Ireland stun Bangladesh in World Cup warm-up  First Post.com2 weeks ago Cricket-Ireland set out stall with upset of Bangladesh  Reuters2 weeks ago Warm-up game: Ireland set out stall with upset of Bangladesh  Zee News2 weeks ago
IBN Live

World Cup warm-ups: West Indies survive Scot scare; Ireland jolt Bangladesh

West Indies won only by 3 runs despite scoring 313, while Ireland sent out a warning beating Bangladesh by 4 wickets. (Getty Images) Sydney: The West Indies eked out a three-run victory over Scotland and Ireland defeated Bangladesh by four wickets in World ...
 IBN Live2 weeks ago West Indies, Ireland win Cricket World Cup warm-up matches  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago World Cup warm-ups: West Indies (313/8) beat Scotland (310/9) by 3 runs in a thriller  IBN Live2 weeks ago
Irish Independent

Beating England would be huge for Irish

Ireland captain Paul O'Connell said Saturday that a win over England on Sunday in the Six Nations showdown in Dublin would rank among the greatest ever achievements by an Irish rugby team. The 35-year-old Irish great -- who will win his 99th ...
 Nine MSN3 days ago Analysis: How did Ireland dominate England in the Six Nations?  TheJournal.ie17 hours ago Favourites Ireland leave England's Grand Slam hopes in tatters  Scottish Daily Express2 days ago Brian O'Driscoll meant everything to Ireland - but when you have Joe Schmidt, you can lose anyone and still improve  Irish Independent12 hours ago

Grand chance for Ireland

Ireland equalled a team-record 10 successive Test wins by beating England 19-9 at Lansdowne Road to erase the visitors' hopes of a Grand Slam, but Schmidt played down expectations of finishing the tournament unbeaten. "Grand Slams don't happen ...
 Hong Kong Standard1 day ago

Ireland are back up to third in the world after beating England

Ireland have returned to third position in the official World Rugby rankings after yesterday's 19-9 victory over England. Joe Schmidt's side move above the English again, having dropped down to fourth after the opening weekend of this year's Six ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 day ago

Irish beat Austria in World League 2

Ireland keep their hopes of reaching the 2016 Rio Olympics alive by beating Austria 3-1 in World
 BBC1 day ago Ireland beat Austria in World League clash  RTE Online1 day ago
Business Recorder

Six Nations: Ireland 19 - 9 England

By Jonathan Davies Six Nations - the year of rugby in 2015 Ireland remain on course for the Grand Slam after beating England 19-9 in Dublin. A second-half try from Robbie Henshaw and the reliable boot of Jonathan Sexton was more than enough to ...
 Fresh Business Thinking1 day ago Rugby union - Schmidt dismisses talk of Grand Slam  Yahoo! Finance2 days ago Schmidt discounts talk of Grand Slam  Business Recorder2 days ago Schmidt discounts talk of Six Nations Grand Slam days ago
Irish Examiner

Exchequer returns fuel hope of beating deficit targets

Latest exchequer returns have raised hopes Ireland may beat its 2.7% of GDP budget deficit target for 2015. The Department of Finance yesterday reported the generation of nearly €6.74bn in tax revenue for the first two months of this year, ...
 Irish Examiner2 hours ago
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