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    Our Interview with Kevin O'Brien

    Cricket Web - Features: Our Interview with Kevin O'Brien

    We interviewed Irish allrounder Kevin O'Brien on the eve of the T20 World Cup going into all the parts of his cricketing career to date.

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    Was he on the piss when interviewed? "A full strength Ireland could match any of the top nations in the world"
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    It won't be funny once they go past Australia in T20 rankings.
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    Great stuff!


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    Liberal use of the term 'in depth' there.
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    Ha, love the unequivocable "no" when Kev was asked if he'd play for England.
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