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Ireland's triangular series to go live online
Scottish Cricket have gotten behind the online concept, due to the lack of interest from terrestrial television stations.

IRISH CRICKET RECIEVED a boost after it emerged that a Tri-Nations series they are playing in next week will be broadcast live.

The three-day series between Ireland, beaten World Cup finalists Sri Lanka, and Scotland will begin in Edinburgh on Monday, and an independent Scottish company have confirmed that they will broadcast the games live on the internet.

Scottish Cricket have gotten fully behind the online concept due to the lack of interest from terrestrial television stations, and feel this is the best way at present to promote their sport.

Further details of the broadcasts are available online at www.cricketscotland.com.

Read more in the Scottish Herald >

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