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Afghanistan v Ireland, I'Cup, Dambulla, 4th day

Ahmadzai inspires Afghanistan win

Jan 24, 2010: Afghanistan pulled off their second win in the Intercontinental Cup, defeating defending champions Ireland by seven wickets to propel the tournament newcomers to the top of the table

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Afghanistan v Ireland, Intercontinental Cup, Dambulla, 3rd day

Ireland steady after conceding lead

Jan 23, 2010: Afghanistan, aided by five top-order half-centuries, grabbed a 69-run first innings lead to continue their strong performance against Ireland at Dambulla. William Porterfield and Gary Wilson's unbroken opening partnership had reduced Ireland's deficit to

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Afghanistan v Ireland, Intercontinental Cup, Dambulla, 1st day

Afghans take 2nd day honours

Jan 22, 2010: Afghanistan seized the initiative on the second day of their Intercontinental Cup game against Ireland at Dambulla, reaching 263 for 3 at stumps with Shabir Noori, on 44 not out, and Mohammad Shahzad, unbeaten on 60 from only 62 balls, holding firm.

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Afghanistan v Ireland, Intercontinental Cup, Dambulla, 1st day

Ireland edge a fluctuating day

Jan 21, 2010: Half-centuries from William Porterfield, Gary Wilson and Niall O'Brien helped Ireland shade a fluctuating opening day against Afghanistan, despite a flurry of wickets for legspinner Samiullah Shenwari

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Tournament Results
Afghanistan v Scotland at Dubai (DSC) - Dec 2-4, 2010
Afghanistan won by 7 wickets
Kenya v Afghanistan at Nairobi (Gym) - Oct 2-5, 2010
Afghanistan won by 167 runs
Zim XI v Scotland at Harare - Sep 26-29, 2010
Scotland won (walkover without a ball bowled)
Zim XI v Ireland at Harare - Sep 20-23, 2010
Match drawn
Canada v Ireland at Toronto - Aug 31-Sep 3, 2010
Ireland won by 6 wickets
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