short, and that's driven off the back foot through point and that's the match
Well, that was emphatic. Sri Lanka hardly got a work-out there, having already qualified of course, and they were really the men out there.
Ireland bow out of the competition with their worst defeat. Having said that, some excellent Irish performances has lent credence to the Associates. So, Sri Lanka hardly putting a collective foot wrong and they will now be continuing their march in the semi-finals some time next week.
Thanks for joining us today. If you're keen to tune in tomorrow, it will be Bangladesh and West Indies.
"Everyone did very well," confirms a smiling Jayasuriya. Quite so.
dinked into the gully
"Bowled!" - that one came out of the back of the hand and the keeper loves it. You've got to admire the enthusiasm
full toss, and Jayawardene laughs after being taken by surprise, just driving that to cover
outside off and that's driven into (and not tino, as I just mistyped, wrong teams) the covers, ah, in front of point in fact
And it's Kenny Carroll. Can he deliver? Oh go on, you liked that one
outside off and that's poked off the back foot into the covers
dragged down and that's driven into the covers
outside off, again, and this time picks the gap through the covers
outside off and that's driven to the covers
outside off, driven firmly to cover where Rankin closes on that one well, to his right
The breeze is getting up a touch, for what it's worth
on the money first up, right up there, and that's defended well
Kevin O'Brien into the attack
outside off and angles that in well at the righthander, who defends down
right up there and defended into the leg side
outside off again and that's cut down, into the ground, the batsman not timing that at all
slower ball outside off, picked, and just driven into the covers
short, on off, and that's pulled easily through square. Sri Lanka are making this look very very easy indeed
outside off and that's defended to Johnston in the covers, who bowls the ball back to the bowler, perhaps giving himself a hint that he wants a go
"Go Sri Lanka! Quick game! More time at the beach!" reads a placard in the crowd and Andrew Miller's mind.
And it's Botha into the attack
on leg, and that's tucked well to the man inside the rope
outside off, on a very good length, sailing past the batsman, who chooses to leave the ball very early