Rain abandons Ireland-Australia clash

Updated: 23 June 2012 21:04 IST

Rain meant just 10.4 overs were possible in the one-day international between Ireland and Australia at Stormont here on Saturday before the match was abandoned as a no result.

Belfast:

Rain meant just 10.4 overs were possible in the one-day international between Ireland and Australia at Stormont here on Saturday before the match was abandoned as a no result.

In what play was possible, veteran Australia fast bowler Brett Lee took two wickets for 10 runs in three overs as Ireland made 36 for three.

Australia continue their tour with a match against county side Essex on Tuesday before facing England in a five-match one-day series starting at Lord's on June 29.

Brief scores:

Ireland 36-3, 10.4 overs (B Lee 2-10) v Ireland.

Topics : Cricket Australia Graeme Swann Mithali Raj Brett Lee Sri Lanka West Indies Ireland
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