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    Centuries from Paul Stirling and captain Andy Balbirnie have helped Ireland beat England by seven wickets with a ball to spare in their third one-day cricket international at Southampton

    Centuries from Paul Stirling and captain Andy Balbirnie have helped Ireland beat England by seven wickets with a ball to spare in their third one-day cricket international at Southampton


    They've chased 329 with a 214-run second-wicket stand.

    It's their second win over England and their first ODI victory against major opposition since the 2015 World Cup.

    INTERNATIONAL CRICKET WITH RESENE - NEW ZEALAND'S MOST TRUSTED PAINT BRAND

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