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    Potential Interview with Ireland Coach - Phil Simmons

    Folks, There is a fairly good chance we might be able to get an interview with the Irish coach, Please feel free to post your questions here and we might be able to get it in. Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gvenkat View Post
    Folks, There is a fairly good chance we might be able to get an interview with the Irish coach, Please feel free to post your questions here and we might be able to get it in. Thanks in advance.

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    How does he see Irish cricket progressing in the next 5-10 years?

    What does he think needs to be done to let Ireland seriously push for Test status?

    What are his thoughts on Boyd Rankin's move to English honours? Is he concerned about losing more players to England?

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    Which youngsters does he see as guys with very good potential to carry forward Irish cricket in the near future?

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    So Phil I have to ask, what was the reason for your slow walk back to the pavilion?
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    Where do Nick Larken,Michael Delaney and Ronan Mcdonald lie in your plans?,and any chance for an Ireland A?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brockley View Post
    Where do Nick Larken,Michael Delaney and Ronan Mcdonald lie in your plans?,and any chance for an Ireland A?
    WHat is their connection to Irish cricket? I looked them up and they are all Aussie cricketers. Can you please elaborate?

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    They have Irish passport,play Irish domestic cricket.

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    Thanks for the questions so far. I plan to email the stuff towards the weekend. So please feel free to add..

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    Any likely tour to oz in light of the world cup?

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    How on earth they play domestic cricket in Ireland's climate

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    Get him to talk about some new players coming through. Not sure how you'd make it a question, maybe say 'who are you getting excited about' or some such

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