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Ireland: Vintage Porterfield lights up gloomy Malahide

On a day when Irish sporting fans' priorities were divided between London and Malahide, shortly after 4:30pm, it quickly became apparent why it was to...

Super League: Ireland eye solace, South Africa keen on ascendency

14 years. A lot has changed since South Africa last visited Irish shores. Alex Cusack had just emerged as a revelation for the home side,...

Scotland: Oli Hairs, Munsey dazzle as Durham trip unearths batting depth

The calm disposition of Scotland’s head coach Shane Burger stands out as he speaks into the microphone with an undertone of complete satisfaction. The kind...

‘Measured approach’ key to Dockrell’s second advent

Second chances don’t quite come easy in life and sport. Call it the fickle nature of the game or the inevitability of life. In recent...

Mark Watt upbeat as Scotland end 522-day wait

The running joke among cricketers in the past one year or so was that they spent more time in the Gulag than on the field....

Afghanistan proactive in approach, indefatigable in spirit

Test cricket is colourful yet always dressed in whites, but it is often the unexpected and unconventional that adds to the excitement. In the storied...

Rashid Khan: Doesn’t matter where I bat, I want to deliver for my team

Hey fellas, don't be jealous. When they made him they broke the mould. That was Robbie Williams and Hans Zimmer and it is a beat synonymous...

Rahmanullah Gurbaz excels in fairytale debut

Rahmanullah Gurbaz, the Afghanistan opener, scripted himself a debut to remember. The 19-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman scored an enterprising knock of 127 as Afghanistan kickstarted their World...

Familiar foes face off in unfamiliar times – Preview: Afghanistan vs. Ireland

The idea of two low-ranked teams contesting in one-day cricket in the unfashionable desert heat of Abu Dhabi may seem barely tantamount to the unfathomable...

Rahmanullah Gurbaz: A T20 maverick eyeing greater success

It was in 2012, a ten-year-old Rahmanullah Gurbaz first saw the Afghanistan cricket team go up against Ireland on television. It was far from the...

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