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The South African players celebrate after sealing the series

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South Africa to tour Australia, New Zealand next season

South Africa will play Australia and New Zealand, home and away, in 2016-17, Cricket South Africa has announced. They will also host Sri Lanka in all three formats, and Ireland for ODIs

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Ed Joyce made his sixth first-class hundred of the season

Namibia v Ireland, ICC Intercontinental Cup, Windhoek

Porterfield, Joyce set up innings win

A 326-run partnership between William Porterfield and Ed Joyce set Ireland on course for an innings-and-107-run win over Namibia in Windhoek

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John Mooney plays a shot off the back foot

Zimbabwe A v Ireland, Harare, 4th day

Kevin O'Brien, Mooney guide Ireland to draw

Half-centuries from Kevin O'Brien and John Mooney ensured that Ireland held on for a draw against Zimbabwe A in Harare

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Malcolm Waller digs one out during his 70

Zimbabwe A v Ireland, Harare, 3rd day

Chakabva, Waller tons build Zimbabwe A big lead

Regis Chakabva and Malcolm Waller both scored hundreds and shared a 199-run partnership, as Zimbabwe A built a huge lead going into the final day against Ireland at the Harare Sports Club

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Andrew Poynter reaches his fifty

Zimbabwe A v Ireland, Harare, 2nd day

Ireland crumble around Poynter's maiden ton

Zimbabwe A rattled the Ireland middle order to give themselves a good chance of taking a first-innings lead, despite Stuart Poynter making his maiden first-class hundred

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Malcolm Waller digs one out during his 70

Zimbabwe A v Ireland, Harare, 1st day

Chakabva, Waller tons rescue Zimbabwe A

Centuries from Regis Chakabva and Malcolm Waller underlined Zimbabwe A's dominance on the opening day of their four-day fixture against Ireland in Harare

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Max Sorensen is congratulated after dismissing Shakib Al Hasan

Ireland in Zimbabwe, 2015-16

Back injury ends Sorensen's Africa tour

Max Sorensen has been ruled out of the remainder of Ireland's tour of Zimbabwe and Namibia due to a back injury