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kiwi's - ESPN is showing coverage starting tommorrow at 3ish
Haha, oh dear. Ireland lost to Bermuda.
All the top eight through, it seems.
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Dire from Ireland. Dougherty batted well at the top and Ben Ackland provided some support at 3 but nothing else really from the Irish. Quite disappointed with their performances. Was hoping for bigger and better things, but alas, it never materialised.
Holy crap. Just saw Malaysia beat Zimbabwe. That is terrible. With the present so bad, its disappointing that there isnt even the future to look forward to.
EDIT- Also interesting to see Zim are seeded ahead of NZ for this comp.
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India v West Indies currently on ESPN (channel 34) on Sky in NZ. I'd imagine it would be on other pay networks too with ESPN.
Very impressed with Srivastava and Virat Kohli. Both very talented but their temperaments have stood out for mine.
Looking forward to seeing Pradeep bowling this arvo. Heard lots of good things about him.
England have Bangladesh in all kinds of problems, 100 odd for 7 last time I heard.
Bangladesh currently 149/8, good comeback considering they were 7 for 49. James Harris being the chief destroyer taking 5 for 29.
Virat Kohli is fantastic, destroying the Windies here.
Fantastic ton by Kohli. Looks very impressive. 100 off 73 so far.
265/5 by India. Tough ask for the Windies. Virat and Srivastava were excellent, especially Kohli with his century.
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