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Ireland’s glorious centuries power them past England in third ODI

England 328; Ireland 329-3Stirling and Balbirnie lead Ireland to victory with ball to spareThis was a game to savour – unlike its predecessors. A brilliant run chase, masterminded by Ireland’s captain and vice-captain, Andy Balbirnie and Paul Stirling,…

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England v Ireland, third one-day international – live!

Over-by-over updates from the 2pm BST matchCounty cricket: Bob Willis Trophy, day four – live!Join the conversation: email Adam or tweet @collinsadam 1.39pm BST Those XIs as named.England: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow (wk), James Vince, Eoin Morgan (c), T…

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England v Ireland, third one-day international – live!

Over-by-over updates from the 2pm BST matchCounty cricket: Bob Willis Trophy, day four – live!Join the conversation: email Adam or tweet @collinsadam 1.39pm BST Those XIs as named.England: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow (wk), James Vince, Eoin Morgan (c), T…

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Willey and Billings help England survive Ireland scare in second ODI

Ireland 212-9; England 216-6; England win by four wicketsHosts recover from 137-6 after losing three wickets for six runsJust as the sun started to set and the floodlights were no longer a complete irrelevance the series came alive for a while. England…

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England v Ireland: second one-day international – live!

Updates from the Ageas Bowl, play starts 2pm BSTCounty cricket: Bob Willis Trophy begins – live!Get in touch! Email Adam or tweet @collinsadam 1.37pm BST Reece Topley’s last ODI was February 2016. He was 21 then; tall and quick. On the basis of that fo…

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England v Ireland: second one-day international – live!

Updates from the Ageas Bowl, play starts 2pm BSTCounty cricket: Bob Willis Trophy begins – live!Get in touch! Email Adam or tweet @collinsadam 1.37pm BST Reece Topley’s last ODI was February 2016. He was 21 then; tall and quick. On the basis of that fo…

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Andy Balbirnie faces tough choices before second ODI against England

Ireland captain must choose Boyd Rankin or Josh LittleEoin Morgan likely to stick with Sam BillingsOur first glimpse of white-ball cricket behind closed doors will last no longer in the memory than the soap opera Eldorado, which was axed as soon as Ala…

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‘I’m in love with the game again’: Willey shines to bury England World Cup snub

David Willey takes career-best figures in ODI win over Ireland‘I didn’t know whether my time had gone,’ says bowlerBoth Eoin Morgan and David Willey had every reason to be delighted with the choice of the man-of-the-match award after a contest comforta…

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Sam Billings eases England to quickfire victory over Ireland in first ODI

Ireland 172; England 174-4. England win by six wicketsBillings unbeaten on 67 after Ireland earlier recovered from 28-5 Here was a routine ODI victory for England except for the obvious oddities, empty stands which served only to echo the exhortations …

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England v Ireland: first ODI – live!

Over-by-over coverage of the match at the Ageas BowlMorgan delighted to be back for first of three ODIs with Ireland And feel free to email Simon or tweet @simon_burnton 1.43pm BST Apparently it’s national cheesecake day. I know it’s not strictly relev…

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England’s Eoin Morgan delighted to be back for first of three ODIs with Ireland

Six 2019 World Cup winners absent with Test squadIreland set sights on qualifying for 2023 World CupIt is now established that Test cricket works better than most expected behind closed doors. On Thursday there is the opportunity to gauge whether the w…

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Reece Topley and David Willey in England squad for ODIs v Ireland

Pair make comebacks for three-match seriesMorgan, Bairstow and Roy also in 14-man squadLeft-armers Reece Topley and David Willey have made comebacks to England’s one-day squad for the forthcoming series against Ireland.The selectors have named 14 playe…

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Joe Root hits out at ‘substandard’ Lord’s pitch after England’s three-day Test win

• Root: ‘It wasn’t even close to being a fair contest’ • England avoid defeat but Lord’s groundsman under fireEngland’s bowlers will not thank Joe Root for it but their captain was highly critical of the Lord’s pitch after his side’s 143-run victory ag…

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Porterfield’s bad feeling comes true at Lord’s to leave Ireland with regrets | Andy Bull

Captain rues their missed opportunity for major upset against England – ‘the back end of day one was the best time to bat’A pitiless finish for Ireland, this, as sobering as a cold shower and a hot pot of coffee. For one brief, sweet moment, the third …

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England skittle Ireland for 38 to bounce back and win Test match at Lord’s

• Woakes takes five wickets and Broad four in rampant display• England 85 & 303; Ireland 207 & 38. England win by 143 runsChris Woakes and Stuart Broad tore through Ireland in a savage morning session on day three at Lord’s to seal victory by 1…

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England v Ireland: Lord’s Test, day three – live!

Over-by-over coverage of England’s first Test against IrelandDay two report: Ireland remain in hunt for Test winAndy Bull: Leach makes up for England’s lack of leadershipEmail rob.smyth@theguardian.com with any thoughts 10.37am BST “This match has demo…

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Jack Leach makes up for England’s lack of leadership at top of order | Andy Bull

In front of some Tory grandees now with time on their hands, Somerset’s Leach applied all his skill to record his highest scoreThere was a bevy of merry ex-ministers at Lord’s, demob-happy evictees from the Tory cabinet – Greg Clark, David Gauke, Gavin…

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Jack Leach leads England fightback but Ireland remain in hunt for Test win

• England 85 and 303-9; Ireland 207• Nightwatchman Leach hits 92 but Rory Burns strugglesYet another see-sawing, captivating day’s play at Lord’s ended with England’s first Test against Ireland in the balance. England lead by 181 runs with one wicket r…

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England v Ireland: Lord’s Test day two – live!

England set to begin second innings at 11am BSTAndy Bull: Murtagh dishes out just desertsGet in touch! Email Tanya or tweet @tjaldred 10.21am BST With the mercury due to touch 39 degrees today at Lord’s – playing and watching is likely to be an extreme…

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Tim Murtagh’s surreal spell for Ireland dishes out just deserts for England | Andy Bull

England’s collapse at Lord’s was orchestrated by Murtagh’s consistent deliveries at the Ireland bowler’s home from homeFeverishly hot as it was at Lord’s, it was a surprise to find all those melting clocks draped over the Mound Stand, the liquescent po…