For those who would like to rekindle the glow following Ireland's vistory over England here is a roundup of some of the articles from around the world.
One of the better accounts of Ireland's batting display by Andy Bull of the Guardian.
"This was not a fluke. Ireland played some of the best cricket this competition has seen, or is likely to see. They knew exactly what they were doing. Alex Cusack hit any bad balls to the ropes and otherwise just made sure O'Brien had as much of the strike as possible. When he fell, John Mooney took up the attack while O'Brien throttled back, playing it safe as the settled batsman."
Lot of coverage in the Irish Times but some in strange places. The Editorial on the following Saturday was an example.
A timely article from Emmet Riordan on the future in the aftermath of the irish win.
Getting the money balance right with the betting odds was the Financial Times
As you would expect a somewhat begrudging effort from Steve James of the Telegraph. But in the end the assessment is probably not far off the mark when it comes to the ICC.