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'It was a great effort' - William Porterfield (1:05)
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4dThe Report by Peter Della Penna in Sharjah

Stirling, Dockrell spearhead 2-1 series win for Ireland

George Dockrell's first four-for in nearly three years was followed by a century from Paul Stirling, who struck 101 off 97 balls, to chase down 178 with 12 overs to spare

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'Our seamers were more effective today' - Barry McCarthy (1:52)
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8dPeter Della Penna in Sharjah

Mujeeb ready for this stage - Ahmadzai

Afghanistan's teenage offspinner Mujeeb Zadran picked up 4 for 24 on his international debut, and the side's coach Raees Ahmadzai explained that he was given a debut after recent successes with the U-19 side and his work in the nets

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Bowling to top teams in U-19 Asia Cup gave me confidence - Mujeeb (1:46)
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'We've got information on Mujeeb now' - Porterfield (0:55)
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Preparation for 2019 World Cup begins now - Porterfield (2:19)
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10dThe Report by Peter Della Penna in Sharjah

Teenager Mujeeb Zadran spins out Ireland

The 16-year old debutant turned heads in Sharjah, routing Ireland for 100 in 31.4 overs with figures of 4 for 24

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16dThe Preview by Peter Della Penna in Abu Dhabi

Afghanistan, Ireland prepare for Associate swansong

With the final round of matches in the Intercontinental Cup set to kick off on November 29, it will be the last time these two new Test teams will feature in Associate cricket's most important multi-day tournament

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49dMohammad Isam

Yasir, Hider leave Ireland A winless

Yasir Ali's brisk century and Abu Hider's three-for starred for Bangladesh A, helping them trounce Ireland A by 76 runs in the fifth unofficial ODI in Cox's Bazar

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Bangladesh A clinch series in curtailed match

Andy Balbirnie's swift 83 was in vain as Bangladesh A chased down a target of 171 with four balls to spare in a match that was reduced to 20 overs a side

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56dThe Report by Mohammad Isam

Hayder's 61* in low-scorer puts Bangladesh A 1-0 up

Tanbir Hayder struck 61 off 91 balls to rescue Bangladesh A from 114 for 6 and lead them to a three-wicket win over Ireland A in the second unofficial ODI in Cox's Bazar

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Yasir, Nurul seal victory for Bangladesh A

Yasir Ali's unbeaten 47 helped Bangladesh A overcome Andy McBrine's four-four and register a five-wicket win over Ireland A on the final day of their four-day fixture in Sylhet

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Shadman century hands Bangladesh A 67-run lead

The Bangladesh A opener remained at the crease for close to five-and-a-half hours, stitching together impressive stands with Nazmul Hossain Shanto and Yasir Ali Choudhury en route to 108 off 219 balls

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92dTim Wigmore in Belfast

A costly farce unbecoming of a Test nation

Cricket Ireland's failure to make adequate provisions for wet weather in Belfast was a dereliction of duty that cannot be repeated if they want the sport to grow

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