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Stormont: 13 June, 2006

Marcus Trescothick plays a shot on the off-side early in the match

England win the toss and decide to bat - Marcus Trescothick opens and notches his first boundary in the third over

Middlesex batsman Ed Joyce opens with Marcus Trescothick

Irish born Ed Joyce makes his England debut at number two and begins in guarded fashion hoping to avoid a duck

Kevin O'Brien (l) celebrates the wicket of England captain Andrew Strauss

The new man makes only 10 before being joined in the pavilion by captain Andrew Strauss who makes just four

Trent Johnston celebrates the dismissal of Paul Collingwood for 10

Paul Collingwood becomes the third man out when Trent Johnston pulls off a superb diving catch at cover

Ian Bell plays a shot in front of Ireland's Jeremy Bray

Ian Bell joins Trescothick at the crease and they set about building a large partnership to frustrate the hosts

Marcus Trescothick in action during his fine innings

The pair put on 141 for the fourth wicket before the opener is eventually unseated for 113 by John Mooney

Ian Bell drives the ball at a fielder

Bell departs for 80 in the 46th over leaving the remaining batsmen to take England to a total of 301-7

Sajid Mahmood claims the wicket of Jeremy Bray in the 12th over

In reply, Ireland lose the early wicket of Dominick Joyce before Sajid Mahmood gets the better of Jeremy Bray

England captain Andrew Strauss offers some advice to bowler Glenn Chapple

Strauss offers debutant Glenn Chapple some encouragement as Andre Botha starts to look threatening

Steve Harmison adds the wicket of Kyle McCallen to that of Dominick Joyce

Botha puts on 58 for the with Kyle McCallen before Harmison tempts the latter to edge one to Geraint Jones

The Civil Service North of Ireland Cricket Club in Stormont, Belfast, Northern Ireland

The wicket sparks a mini collapse as Collingwood claims two and Harmison lands his third in the space of four overs

Jamie Dalrymple (right) celebrates with Geraint Jones after Jones stumped Ireland's Dave Langford-Smith

England struggle to polish off the tail, but Jamie Dalrymple takes his first wicket to round-off a 38-run victory


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