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    ***Official** Quadrangular Series in Ireland

    10 Jul 2007 Netherlands v West Indies at the Clontarf Cricket Club

    11 Jul 2007 Ireland v Netherlands at the Civil Service Cricket Club

    12 Jul 2007 Scotland v West Indies at the Clontarf Cricket Club

    13 Jul 2007 Scotland v Netherlands at the Civil Service Cricket Club

    14 Jul 2007 Ireland v West Indies at the Clontarf Cricket Club

    15 Jul 2007 Irelandv Scotland at the Civil Service Cricket Club

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    Should be a cracker. Right up there with the Afro-Asian Cup.

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    Looking forward to the results of Scotland v Netherlands, should be abit of a grudge match after the World Cup group match.
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    Wow, finally something the Windies can win.
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    Should be interesting...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpitched713 View Post
    Wow, finally something the Windies can win.
    Let's not get too confident...

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    If the West Indies failt to win this then the lot of them should be made to pay for their own airfares back to the West Indies. Either that or not give them their match fees.

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    I expect cricket to die in West Indies, if they lost this series. Tho good to see several fixtures in Ireland, first India & SA, then WI and other associates.
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    Top initiative IMO. Don't really like the fact that it actually has ODI status but the actual series is a great idea really. Tipping Scotland to cause an upset or two and finish second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Top initiative IMO. Don't really like the fact that it actually has ODI status but the actual series is a great idea really. Tipping Scotland to cause an upset or two and finish second.
    But if the series didnít have ODI status then Ireland and the Netherlands would be unable to field their best players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy View Post
    But if the series didnít have ODI status then Ireland and the Netherlands would be unable to field their best players.
    I imagine there will be disputes over certain players being released from their counties in order to play this series, which would be a shame. It is inevitable though and I don't think that either Ireland or the Netherlands will be able to field their best players.

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    How'd the Windies get roped into this?

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    Looks excellent. Just what the smaller European teams need, games and revenue.

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