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    Epic **** up from the Irish.

    Will never get a better chance to beat England.

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    Needed less than 50 off the last ten, six wickets in hand and three overs are bowled from Shah, yet Ireland lose and it looks like a comfortable win for England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy View Post
    Needed less than 50 off the last ten, six wickets in hand and three overs are bowled from Shah, yet Ireland lose and it looks like a comfortable win for England.
    They didnt try to accelerate in the middle and that has costed them the game!

    O'Brien or Mooney should have gone for their shots earlier...

    Anyways well done England
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    9 from 2 - damn thats close! They should have tried a little earlier!


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    Right, we've won now, so it's not whinging coming from a loser. Something has to be done about the D/L thing with chasing now teams are used to 20/20. Ireland should of pissed it.

    Oh and ****ing England have got to learn to bowl first when the forecast is for rain, *****
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    yes i agree with you..........

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    Always amuses me when Shah does well with the ball. Honestly reckon he's the worst bowler who turns his arm over semi-regularly. Suppose if he doesn't know where it's going to land the batsmen must have NFC.

    Top score for Denly on debut, I note. Not exactly charging along with the run rate tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Always amuses me when Shah does well with the ball. Honestly reckon he's the worst bowler who turns his arm over semi-regularly. Suppose if he doesn't know where it's going to land the batsmen must have NFC.

    Top score for Denly on debut, I note. Not exactly charging along with the run rate tho.
    Yeah, took a decent haul the other week in the P40 as well didn't he? Always looks absolute gash to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    Right, we've won now, so it's not whinging coming from a loser. Something has to be done about the D/L thing with chasing now teams are used to 20/20. Ireland should of pissed it.

    Oh and ****ing England have got to learn to bowl first when the forecast is for rain, *****
    Yeah, we got a fairly easy chase against Windies earlier in the year, and of course there was the farce that helped us on our way out of the T20 cup. Obviously our score was below par, but that target, well, I don't think it was reasonable

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Always amuses me when Shah does well with the ball. Honestly reckon he's the worst bowler who turns his arm over semi-regularly. Suppose if he doesn't know where it's going to land the batsmen must have NFC.

    Top score for Denly on debut, I note. Not exactly charging along with the run rate tho.
    Denly looked pretty crap, tbh. I've seen him before and been impressed but today he just happened to be the batsman who missed the balls everyone else edged.
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    Ugh I do hate this 'brave' **** in headlines, happens any time the jocks narrowly lose in particular. Ireland choked on a piss easy target ffs got **** all to do with being brave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaly piscine View Post
    Ugh I do hate this 'brave' **** in headlines, happens any time the jocks narrowly lose in particular. Ireland choked on a piss easy target ffs got **** all to do with being brave.
    I completely agree. Some media bell-ends are amazed that we can somehow compete at cricket, but playing at home to a weakened England side we should be looking to win, not compete. I can't be too harsh on them for choking, because they only got themselves into such a strong position with some fantastic cricket in the field. I just never want Ireland to end up like Bangladesh, where we lose 48 matches in a row and then when we get anywhere near having a chance at winning everyone comments on how "encouraging" and "valiant" the performance was.



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