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Zimbabwe v Ireland
Jamaica, 15 March 2007

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Porterfield watches as his shot is caught

Zimbabwe v Ireland: The Europeans lose the toss and bat but before they can score a run they lose William Porterfield

Eoin Morgan fends off a delivery

Eoin Morgan, with the help of Jeremy Bray, helps Ireland recover and takes the score to 43 before falling to Gary Brent

Chigumbura celebrates the wicket with his team-mates

Elton Chigumbura takes two wickets in four overs, cheaply unseating both Kevin O'Brien and Andre Botha

Jeremy Bray scores a 50 for Ireland

With wickets falling around him, Bray is left to anchor the innings and reaches his half-century in the 24th over

White makes 28 before falling to Brent

Ireland enjoy their best spell when Andrew White comes to the crease - he and Bray put on 56 before Brent strikes

Bray salutes the crowd on completing his maiden ODI century

Undeterred, Bray bats through to the end of the innings to finish on 115 not out as Ireland total 221-9

Ireland celebrate as Duffin returns to the dressing room

Zimbabwe put on 26 for the first wicket - Terry Duffin is dropped twice before eventually falling to Boyd Rankin

Sibanda defied Ireland's bowlers with a fine innings

Ireland find the other opener Vusi Sibanda somewhat harder to beat as he brings up his half-century off 61 balls

William McCallan celebrates as Zimbabwe are reduced to 133-5

In the space of nine overs, four wickets suddenly fall with William McCallan picking up Sean Williams and Chigumbura

Stuart Matsikenyeri fends off a shot as he becomes the pick of Zimbabwe's batsmen

Stuart Matsikenyeri comes in at five guides a succession of partners through to a finish that thrills the crowd to the end

Andrew White bowls the final over that earns a tie for Ireland

Zimbabwe appear to have the game won until some fine pressure bowling sees Ireland earn a tie against the odds

Upul Tharanga and Sanath Jayasuriya open for Sri Lanka

Bermuda v Sri Lanka: The Asian side win the toss and bat - Upul Tharanga and Sanath Jayasuriya reach 50 in quick time

Mukuddem celebrates his wicket

The experienced Jayasuriya is the first to go, falling to Saleem Mukuddem for 22 in the ninth over

After a poor start, Kevin Hurdle takes the second wicket

Kevin Hurdle claims the second wicket when he tempts Tharanga to edge to the wicket-keeper to make it 78-2

Mahela Jayawardene plays some nice shots as he builds an innings

Captain Mahela Jayawardene takes up the hunt for runs and notches his first 50 since the tour of England in 2006

Kumar Sangakkara sends a shot towards the boundary

At the other end, Kumar Sangakkara also reaches 50 shortly after the pair complete their century partnership

Dwayne Leverock does a dance of joy after claiming the wicket of Sangakkara

The pair put on 150 before the larger than life Dwayne Leverock claims the scalp of Sangakkara for 76

Mukkaddem finishes with 2-50

Three more wickets fall, with Mukuddem the pick of the bowlers, as Sri Lanka go on to post a total of 321-6

Lasith Malinga takes three wickets in a devasting opening spell

Bermuda make a disastrous start, losing Clay Smith in the first over and then three more quick wickets to Lasith Malinga

Maharoof celebrates the wicket of Cann

Farveez Maharoof's 4-23 and Muttiah Muralitharan's 2-28 sees Bermuda's batsmen make only 78 as they lose by 243 runs



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