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Ireland off to solid start against Namibia

Ireland turned in a disciplined bowling performance on day one of their Intercontinental Cup clash against Namibia.

The hosts opted to bat first in the four-dayer at Windhoek, reaching stumps at 250 for nine on the back of 78 from JP Kotze.

The Irish shared the wickets around with six bowlers among the wickets and two scalps apiece for Tim Murtagh, John Mooney and George Dockrell.

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