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Twenty20: Ireland v the West Indies Live

Fri 21 February 2014, 9:16pm

25/4, but it is looking sticky for Ireland despite a decent total to bowl at…

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  1. Dave Hartin (profile) says:

    Bugger. We really should have won that. The unedifying sight of Dwayne Bravo dancing after taking a couple of wickets suggests that Ireland are being taken seriously but we really have to chase totals of under 100 in a T20 every time. Poor shot selection by a couple of our bats at the top cost us dearly when knocking the ball into the gaps would have won the game easily. Very frustrating. Lets hope for a win over the longer one day distance on Sunday.

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  2. Mick Fealty (profile) says:

    Spot on Dave, though I thought we were lucky to get that close after watching the first ten overs. T20 is damned fast, and if you don’t get up and at em early, you put too much pressure on tail enders to score quickly.

    Tying the series is good for moral even if it was a lost opportunity. More of this please!!

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