Ireland's Porterfield wants more big games

Tuesday, 17 February 2015 - 8:06

Ireland captain William Porterfield says his side's four-wicket win over West Indies shows what they can do against top-class opposition.

Ireland chased 305 to beat the Windies by four wickets with 25 balls remaining in their opening World Cup Pool B match in Nelson, New Zealand.

The opening batsman added that he disliked his side being termed as "an Associate nation or minnows".

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