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Balbirnie Senior live from Dehradun
Live from Dehradun – Ashley Balbirnie, father of Ireland's newest Test half-centurion Andy, tells Nakul Pande and Tim Part how the Irish camp are feeling in their first ever away Test.
The Bear talks to Star Sports about giving smaller nations a leg up
The Bear was once again called upon to spout his thoughts on stuff today by the good people at Star Sports. Today was a subject close to the hearts of Guerillas: how to get the smaller nations playing more competitive cricket.