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Every country has the fans who go that extra mile – or flies tens of thousands of them – to support the players and team they love. They are the ones who arrive early, are clad head to toe in team colours, cheer the loudest, and make a cricket crowd all that much better. Here are some of the super fans lighting up CWC15:

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Ireland v India - An eight wicket victory with 13 overs to spare may have seemed that it was a walk in the park by the Indians in their latest World Cup match in Hamilton but it was anything but that for the reigning world champions on Tuesday. Ireland’s 259 was the highest total posted against the undefeated Indians across their five Pool B matches. We scored more (89 without loss) than any other country against them in the first fifteen overs. Better than Pakistan, West Indies and the South Africans. Not bad. Their run chase could have been so much different if centurymaker Shikhar Dhawan wasn’t dropped twice early in his innings. Catches win matches and we will need to take these chances in our next game.
PEEL a banana, mash a banana, throw a banana, and let’s go bananas!” Adrian Raftery is a university lecturer in Australia, teaching taxation. During World Cups, he lives out as ‘Larry the leprechaun’: he dons a long hat, sticks a fake beard and lets his inner child peek out as an exuberant Irish fan, following the team around.
Many business owners start out with the idea of turning their fledgling enterprise into a big business, but only a handful achieve this.

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I read a few articles with John Boy with interest this week, particularly this quote “The players are hungry because we don’t want to be known as minnows any more.”
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