SPORT: IRISH CRICKET TEAM OVERCOME WEST INDIES AT THE WORLD CUP
Ireland captain William Porterfield insists their 4 wicket win against West Indies in their opening World cup match this morning was not a shock.
The Irish side victorious after successfully chasing down 305 runs, up next it’s the UAE in Brisbane on Wednesday week.
It’s fourth World Cup win over a Test team and coach Phil Simmons says today was their best performance in his time in charge.
Paul Stirling was man of the match.