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    ***Official*** Ireland Tri-Nation Series 2017

    Fri May 12 (50 ovs) 10:45 local (09:45 GMT | 05:45 EDT | 04:45 CDT | 02:45 PDT)
    1st Match - Ireland v Bangladesh
    Malahide, Dublin

    LIVE Sun May 14 (50 ovs) 10:45 local (09:45 GMT | 05:45 EDT | 04:45 CDT | 02:45 PDT)
    2nd Match - Ireland v New Zealand
    Malahide, Dublin

    LIVE Wed May 17 (50 ovs) 10:45 local (09:45 GMT | 05:45 EDT | 04:45 CDT | 02:45 PDT)
    3rd Match - Bangladesh v New Zealand
    Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin

    LIVE Fri May 19 (50 ovs) 10:45 local (09:45 GMT | 05:45 EDT | 04:45 CDT | 02:45 PDT)
    4th Match - Ireland v Bangladesh
    Malahide, Dublin

    LIVE Sun May 21 (50 ovs) 10:45 local (09:45 GMT | 05:45 EDT | 04:45 CDT | 02:45 PDT)
    5th Match - Ireland v New Zealand
    Malahide, Dublin

    LIVE Wed May 24 (50 ovs) 10:45 local (09:45 GMT | 05:45 EDT | 04:45 CDT | 02:45 PDT)
    6th Match - Bangladesh v New Zealand
    Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin

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    Bangladesh in trouble. 70/4 with Shakib out.
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    Ireland started well having Bangladesh 2/9 and then 3/47 - but at 4/99 from 20 overs and Tamin still in, you'd have to say that Ireland are just narrowly ahead. Dockrell's spell will be important. I'm thinking 265 is a par score.

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    As a general rule in Dublin, if you get past the early wobbly seam without too much damage you're fine.


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    Where could I watch this match?

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    Dockrell has regressed really badly tbh He could have easily played for England Test side

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    Was watching a live stream of BD channel and I saw Alia Bhatt is Bengali ad speaking Bengali lol

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    Dockrell is gash now. Just a step and fetch who bowls dreadful lengths.

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    Oh it has started raining

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    Who the hell is handling Cricket Ireland twitter account? Giving no updates and has gone too hibernation for last half an hour

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    Match officially called off.Jeez how many matches in Ireland have been rained out

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    Peter Chase is the only bright spot in current Ireland side

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebreaker View Post
    Dockrell has regressed really badly tbh He could have easily played for England Test side
    Easily played as in getting a Test cap instead of Scott Borthwick or a Gareth Batty or as a legitimate Test bowler? Because A I agree but for B I don't at all. In ODIs it is a different story - he could have made the English side.

    Anyway, disappointing result as the match was evenly poised when rain hit.

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    Ronchi opening tonight they say (paying $13 at Stan James etc. to top score, although that may work out to be only a mildly good bet, considering the green wicket and his play of lateral movement). Also talk that Munro will get a trial at the top of the order at some stage in this tri-series.

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    Luke Ronchi set to open for Black Caps again as they seek power hitting option at the top | Stuff.co.nz

    Hesson said, for the sake of team balance and being able to play two pace bowling allrounders, the wicketkeeper needed to open in what the coach predicted would be a high-scoring Champions Trophy tournament.

    "We're wanting both Luke and Tom to play an aggressive brand of cricket if conditions allow it. They're certainly going to have to play in a brave fashion," he said.

    Both struggled badly for runs with the ODI gloves last summer, as did BJ Watling when tried in Australia. Still, Hesson resisted the temptation to trial Tom Blundell or Glenn Phillips in ODIs at home and signalled a long way out that Ronchi and Latham would be his picks for the troublesome wicketkeeper's spot.

    Captain Tom Latham will vie with Luke Ronchi as a hard-hitting opener and wicketkeeper in the Champions Trophy warmup series in Ireland.

    For Ronchi, 36, it's hardly ideal to move back to a position he admitted a dislike for in the past, but it becomes a nothing to lose situation as he looks to prolong his 78-ODI career.

    "It's fair to say Luke hasn't got the runs he would have liked in the middle [order] either. Luke is certainly the best 'keeper in the country in white ball cricket and that is something we take very seriously, especially when you're likely to play two spinners at times [Mitchell Santner and Jeetan Patel]," Hesson said.

    "Luke has had experience with it, he's going to have some games in Ireland and both him and Tom will get opportunities."

    Latham was excellent opening with Guptill in the India ODIs last October, but his run drought coincided with being handed the gloves for the Australia and South Africa series.

    He will captain the side in Kane Williamson's absence in Ireland, with Ronchi likely to take the gloves for most of the tri-series and hopefully gain some confidence with the bat.

    Munro, meanwhile, is also on track to becoming a limited overs opening contender after he was overlooked for the Champions Trophy squad in favour of allrounder Corey Anderson.

    The power hitting left-hander and medium pacer was dropped from the ODI team after the Chappell-Hadlee series and, after struggling in the middle order will be used up higher in 50-over cricket in future.

    "If Colin wants to play with the freedom that he likes and is best suited to, it means either starting or finishing. That's something we've talked with Colin about, if he wants to play in that fashion it's easier to do it with the field up," Hesson said.

    "That's something he's going to have to do a little bit more of, at first-class level. He showed with his move to No 3 in Twenty20, that certainly got the best out of him."

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