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# Rain pain
World Cup heartbreak for Scotland - but it's good news for Ireland's slim hopes
West Indies have booked their place at next summer’s World Cup – much to the relief of the International Cricket Council.
# Howzat?
Fresh hope for Irish as cricket officials recommend World Cup qualifiers
Officials hand non-associates’ hopes a boost with plans to recommend new qualifiers but Cricket Ireland chief isn’t getting carried away.
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The Sunday Papers: some of the week's best sportswriting
Enjoy the pieces from newspapers, magazines, websites and blogs that we bookmarked this week. You don’t even have to get your hands inky.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Wednesday
It was another memorable night in the Champions League, our cricketers are ‘gagged’ and the Masters build-up continues.
# Snap Happy
The sports week in pictures...
Here’s how the week developed…
# Showdown
Sachin and Murali do battle for cricket's greatest prize
Two sporting giants collide at Wankhede Stadium today when India take on Sri Lanka in the Cricket World Cup final.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Thursday
India book their place in the Cricket World Cup Final, the USPGA heads to Houston, and we sneak a peek at the weekly YouTube chart.
# Tout Tout
Fan offers kidney in exchange for ticket to the cricket showdown
It’s the hottest ticket in town today – but one fan goes that extra step in a bid to see the Cricket World Cup semi-final.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Wednesday
We reflect on a night at the Aviva, Fermanagh’s footballing turmoil continues, and freestyler Indi Cowie struts her stuff.
# CWC2011
Ponting resigns as Australian captain
The 36-year-old is “really excited about the next chapter” in his international career.
# Down Under
View from Oz: Aussie Rules season gets up and running
It was an historic start to the season as Sydney Swans and Melbourne played at out a draw in Round 1.
# Homeward Bound
Ireland's cricket heroes bow out with victory over Netherlands
Ireland recorded a six-wicket win over the Netherlands in their final game of the 2011 Cricket World Cup this morning.
# Howzat?
Ireland vs South Africa: As it happened
South Africa beat Ireland by 131 runs in this morning’s penultimate Group B encounter in Kolkata.
# Howzat?
De Villiers in race for fitness ahead of Ireland showdown
In-form wicket-keeper recovering with a bad back.
# CWC
As it happened: Ireland v West Indies
Join us for all the latest from Mohali as Ireland chase the Windies.
# Work Can Wait
The weekly YouTube top 10
Another week, another seven days of sport online.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Thursday
Spurs edge through on famous night at the Lane, Ó Se makes his case at Croker and Ireland’s management and players prepare for Wales trip.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Monday
Liverpool halt Man U’s march to a 19th title, Declan Kidney calls in new recruits and one hurling star suffers an awful injury.
# Snap Happy
The sports week in pictures
We’ve got the best images from the past seven days of sporting action. Say cheese!
# Couch Potato
Sofa supporter: the sport on TV this weekend
There’s plenty to keep you out of trouble this weekend – including an early start on Sunday morning for all you newly-converted cricket fans.
# Work Can Wait
YouTube top 10: because we know what 'an over' is now
Classic Liverpool v Man U, a crazy camera view of a downhill ride and a little cricket.
# Howzat?
'The day a pink-haired Irishman and his pals duffed up England' - the international reaction
The world sat up and took notice when Ireland’s cricketers stunned the English yesterday.
# Howzat?
Shamed: British press turn on Engand's cricket flops
It’s the morning after the night before and the England’s big names are feeling the effects of that loss to Ireland.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Thursday
The Old Firm derby lives up to its billing again, the Irish cricketers wake up as heroes and Serena Williams in a health scare.
# Centurion
'It hasn't sunk in yet' - Ton-up Kevin O'Brien reflects on famous century
He drove Ireland on to victory in Bangalore earlier – but he insists there won’t be any wild celebrations tonight. Yeah, right.
# Howzat?
Irish cricket's finest hour: who are the big winners - apart from O'Brien and Co?
It’s a victory that will be recalled for years to come – but who are the real victors this evening?