Ireland vs South Africa ICC Cricket World Cup 2007


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Ireland vs South Africa

Super 8, Match 8, SA vs IRL: South Africa sweeps Ireland aside

South Africa Cricket team Ireland Cricket team South Africa swept aside Ireland in a cricket World Cup Super 8s match on Tuesday, passing the underdog's rain-affected target of 160 with seven wickets and 21 balls to spare. The victory keeps South Africa on track for a place in the semifinals but leaves tournament outsiders Ireland with, as expected, two Super 8 defeats and virtually no prospect of going any further. Ireland, however, has been thrilled to reach the last eight for the first time. South Africa team: G C Smith, A B de Villiers, J H Kallis, H H Gibbs, A G Prince, M V Boucher, J M Kemp, S M Pollock, A J Hall, M Ntini, C K Langeveldt
Ireland team: J P Bray, W T S Porterfield, E J G Morgan, N J O'Brien, A R White, A C Botha, D T Johnston, W K McCallan, P J K Mooney, D Langford-Smith, W B Rankin
World Cup Super 8, Match 8, Guyana: South Africa 165-3 (31.3 overs) beat Ireland 152-8 (35.0 overs) by 7 wickets (D/L)

Super 8, Match 8, SA vs IRL: South Africa keen to bag two points from Ireland match

South Africa Cricket team Ireland Cricket team Worlds top-ranked side, South Africa, are keen to avoid upset against debutants Ireland in Tuesdays Super 8 match in Guyana as the team is determined not to lose focus against a lesser side in world cricket.
Following Ireland, the Proteas play Bangladesh on Saturday and coach Mickey Arthur is determined to secure maximum points. When you plan for the rest of the Cup these are both banker games but with that comes added pressure, he said. If things go well wed also hope to work a bit on run-rate, but first prize is to leave Guyana with six points, the coach asserted. After being comprehensively beaten by 83 runs against Australia in their final first round match, South Africa then suffered a scare against Sri Lanka. Paceman Lasith Malinga, who captured a world record four wickets in four balls, almost snatched a win for the Lankans but the South African tail held on to scrape home by one wicket.
Ireland almost caused a major upset in a warm-up match against the South Africans shortly before the tournament began. Irelands seam duo Trent Johnston and Dave Langford-Smith helped reduce their illustrious opponents to 91-8 but they were eventually beaten by 35 runs after being bowled out for 157. Skipper Johnston insisted his team would not be in awe of any opponents. We need to lift our performance by at least 25% in the remaining matches, Johnston insisted on the eve of the match. South Africa team (from): G Smith (Captain), J Kallis, L Bosman, M Boucher, AB de Villiers, H Gibbs, A Hall, J Kemp, C Langeveldt, A Nel, M Ntini, R Peterson, S Pollock, A Prince, R Telemachus.
Ireland team (from): T Johnston (Captain), A Botha, J Bray, K Carroll, P Gillespie, D Langford-Smith, K McCallan, J Mooney, P Mooney, E Morgan, K O'Brien, N O'Brien, W Porterfield, B Rankin, A White.

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All World Cup Cricket matches in West Indies start at 09:30 local time (14:30GMT). The first match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 will be played on March 13, 2007 at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, between the host West Indies and Pakistan.

Ireland vs South Africa Scorecard

South Africa won the toss and decided to field
152 for 8 (35.0 overs)
165 for 3 (31.3 overs)

Ireland Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
J P Bray lbw b S M Pollock
0
9 0 0
W T S Porterfield c J H Kallis b S M Pollock
14
33 1 0
E J G Morgan c A G Prince b A J Hall
28
50 4 0
N J O'Brien c H H Gibbs b C K Langeveldt
25
37 3 0
A R White c H H Gibbs b G C Smith
30
30 5 0
A C Botha c A B de Villiers b A J Hall
14
20 0 0
D T Johnston not out
 
13
14 0 1
W K McCallan c M V Boucher b C K Langeveldt
3
6 0 0
P J K Mooney c M V Boucher b C K Langeveldt
0
1 0 0
D Langford-Smith not out
 
17
10 1 1
Extras
 
4w 1b 3lb 8
 
Total
 
for 8 152 (35.0 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
S M Pollock 7.0 2 17 2
M Ntini 7.0 2 14 0
C K Langeveldt 7.0 0 41 3
A J Hall 7.0 0 37 2
J M Kemp 3.0 0 14 0
J H Kallis 3.0 0 20 0
G C Smith 1.0 0 5 1
Fall of wicket
 
0 J P Bray
31 W T S Porterfield
63 E J G Morgan
77 N J O'Brien
116 A R White
119 A C Botha
124 W K McCallan
124 P J K Mooney

South Africa Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
A B de Villiers c W T S Porterfield b W B Rankin
0
3 0 0
G C Smith c and b D T Johnston
41
45 6 0
J H Kallis not out
 
66
86 8 0
H H Gibbs c A R White b W B Rankin
6
15 1 0
A G Prince not out
 
47
44 3 1
Extras
 
4nb 1w 5
 
Total
 
for 3 165 (31.3 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
W B Rankin 7.0 1 26 2
D Langford-Smith 5.0 0 31 0
P J K Mooney 3.3 0 40 0
D T Johnston 3.0 0 15 1
A C Botha 6.0 0 18 0
W K McCallan 5.0 0 27 0
A R White 2.0 0 8 0
Fall of wicket
 
1 A B de Villiers
71 G C Smith
85 H H Gibbs

Umpires: D J Harper, S J A Taufel
Ireland: J P Bray, W T S Porterfield, E J G Morgan, N J O'Brien, A R White, A C Botha, D T Johnston, W K McCallan, P J K Mooney, D Langford-Smith, W B Rankin
South Africa: G C Smith, A B de Villiers, J H Kallis, H H Gibbs, A G Prince, M V Boucher, J M Kemp, S M Pollock, A J Hall, M Ntini, C K Langeveldt



Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.