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July 7, 2008
Ireland have been hit by the withdrawal of Andrew White ahead of their Intercontinental Cup clash against Netherlands, which starts in Rotterdam on Wednesday.
White misses the game due to personal reasons, and his place in the squad of 13 is taken by James Hall, the Waringstown allrounder who played for Ireland during the Friends Provident Trophy, but missed out on the Aberdeen tri-series defeats with a foot injury.
White cracked an unbeaten 152 for Ireland in their last match against Netherlands in 2004, helping his side to an innings-and-47-run win.
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