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Last Updated: Monday, 9 April 2007, 13:20 GMT 14:20 UK
Ireland v New Zealand
Guyana, 9 April 2007

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New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming and Ireland captain Trent Johnston complete the toss

New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming wins the toss in Guyana and decides to bat first against Ireland

Ireland's Dave Langford-Smith celebrates the wicket of Hamish Marshall

The Black Caps start solidly, until Fleming falls to Boyd Rankin and Dave Langford-Smith removes Hamish Marshall

Eoin Morgan catches Hamish Marshall

Eoin Morgan's athletic catch to dismiss Marshall for 16 has New Zealand wobbling slightly at 59-2

Dave Langford-Smith celebrates the wicket of Scott Styris

Langford-Smith also gets the better of Scott Styris with a crafty slower ball, reducing New Zealand to 84-3

Craig McMillan falls to Kyle McCallan

Craig McMillan threatens to cut loose but Kyle McCallan has him back in the pavilion for 22, caught at gully by Johnston

New Zealand's Peter Fulton is out lbw to Kyle McCallan

Opener Peter Fulton grafts to a dogged 83 but finally falls lbw to McCallan, just as rain interrupt proceedings briefly

Jacob Oram

A scratchy 20 from Jacob Oram takes the score to 180-6 as Ireland keep up the pressure with tight fielding and bowling

Brendon McCullum hits out

Daniel Vettori departs for 5, but Brendon McCullum's 47 and 34 not out from James Franklin boosts the score to 263-8

Jacob Oram celebrates the wicket of Eoin Morgan

Ireland struggle in the chase and Oram has Morgan caught behind, after Shane Bond removes both openers cheaply

Niall O'Brien

The O'Brien brothers, Niall and Kevin, share a fifty partnership and keep Ireland in the hunt after a nervous start

Kevin O'Brien is run out

A direct hit from Marshall runs out Kevin O'Brien for 47 and brings an end to his 75-run stand with his brother

Daniel Vettori

Niall O'Brien is caught by Oram for 30 and Jeetan Patel and Vettori mop up the tail, taking six wickets for nine runs

Daniel Vettori

Vettori finishes with figures of 4-23 as Ireland are all out for 134, leaving them stuck at the bottom of the Super 8 table


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