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West Indies team stunned by Ireland victory

5th match of the cricket world cup 2015, Ireland vs West Indies match gone very interesting and Ireland batsman stunned West Indies. Ireland won by 4 wickets against West Indies in which Ireland batmen proved that they not a small team by chasing 305 target and scored 307/6 with 25 balls remaining in the innings. Ireland batsmen Paul Stirling (94 from 84 balls), Ed Joyce (84 from 67 balls) and Nail O’Brien (79 from 60 balls) played crucial role in their victory against West Indies. In West Indies bowling Jerom Taylor took 3 wickets and no other bowlers stopped Ireland. Earlier, West Indies openers Gayle and Dwayne Smith started off the innings slowly but threw their wickets in quick successions. Lendi Simmons (102 from 84 balls) and Darren Sammy (89 from 67 balls) batted steadily when West Indies and scored a comfortable total of 304/7 runs in 50 overs. Paul Stirling of Ireland was awarded with the man of the match.

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