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Ireland level series with a tremendous Win Over West Indies

Ireland level series


CRICDOT DESK : Harry Tector’s undefeated 54 will help Ireland make a series decision this weekend with a five-wicket victory over the West Indies at the second rain-affected One Day International in Kingston on Thursday. I did. By the victory of , Ireland had won three games at 11:00 am. The team then returned to the decisive final at Sabina Park on Sunday.

Ireland set a modified target of 168 out of 36 overs by the Duckworth-Lewis Stern method after a rain delay of more than an hour and ended in 1685 leaving 20 balls. They were chasing 230 early in the inning, but were successfully placed in 1584 when play was stopped in the middle of the 32nd.

At that point, Tector had already completed the second 50 in the series, after 53 had lost 24 races in the first ODI and the 22-year-old hit four fours and sixs. George Dockrell fell to reopen, but Ireland had only three runs left at that time. Prior to, Romario Shepherd’s first ODI 50 helped the West Indies rebound to a total of 229.

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However, the 58th 9th Wicket partnership between Shepherd (50) and Odean Smith (46) was knocked out in two innings after making the West Indies more than 200. The 27-year-old Shepherd, best known as the
Pace Bowler, completed his first 50 games in nine games at this level with 41 balls, including seven fours.

But after making exactly 50, off-spinner Andy McBrain, who returned an excellent Man of the Match number at 436 with 10 overs, dramatically robbed him of 50 overs in Irish-Pakistan soil. Ta-World Cup 2007 is now a cone-Shape.
Ireland’s Paceman Craig Young (342) scored 43 in his second match at that level with fourth batter Shammer Brooks after removing the top three in the West Indies.

This series is part of the World Cup Super League and both teams want to score points in order to automatically qualify for the 2023 World Cup in India.

Briefs Score
West Indies 229 All Out 48 Over (Romario Shepherd 50; Andy McBlin 436, Craig Young 342)
Ireland (Revised Target 168 with 36 Over) 1685, 32.4 Over (without Harry Tector 54)
Result: Ireland won 5 ticket gates (DLS method)
series: 11 3-way series level

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