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Australia v Ireland, Super Eights, Barbados

Ireland can push Bangladesh - Ponting

Apr 13, 2007: Ricky Ponting's decision to bowl first on a lively pitch killed this contest even before the first ball was hurled in anger

Dileep Premachandran in Barbados

Australia v Ireland, Super Eights, Barbados

An inevitable and ruthless display

Apr 13, 2007: Dileep Premachandran's verdict on Australia's crushing of Ireland

Dileep Premachandran in Barbados

Australia v Ireland, Super Eights, Barbados

Johnston does a Freddie

Apr 13, 2007: Even in the heavy defeat to New Zealand, Ireland were in the game for more than 40 overs. Here, that's about as long as they lasted

Dileep Premachandran in Barbados

Australia v Ireland, Super Eights, Barbados

Ruthless Australia charge to nine-wicket win

Apr 13, 2007: With the ruthlessness that everyone has come to expect from the Australians, they overwhelmed Ireland by nine wickets at Bridgetown after demolishing them for 91

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

Boyd Rankin

In the skin of a lion

Apr 12, 2007: Boyd Rankin forsook a potential rugby career for his first love, cricket

Dileep Premachandran

Australia v Ireland, Super Eights, Barbados

Aussies look to continue unimpeded run

Apr 12, 2007: Ricky Ponting scoffed at the idea that there would be any element of complacency in Australia's approach to Friday's game against Ireland

The Preview by Dileep Premachandran in Barbados
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