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Cricket World Cup 2015
Ed Joyce's maiden World Cup hundred helped Ireland see off Zimbabwe in a pulsating encounter at Hobart and push the associate nation closer to the quarter-finals.
South Africa passed 400 for the second consecutive World Cup game, with Hashim Amla hitting 150 as they beat Ireland by 201 runs in Canberra.
Ireland have opened talks with the Pakistan Cricket Board regarding a possible tour of the Asian nation in the near future.
Mike Atherton says Ireland are still in line for a quarter-final place at the World Cup despite their humbling by South Africa in Canberra.
Ireland coach Phil Simmons could be in line to become the new West Indies boss.
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