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West Indies vs Ireland, Match 13 Match Summary

WI vs IRE, 2018 - ODI Summary

West Indies vs Ireland Scorecard
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Match Ended   
257/8 (50.0/50)
205 (46.2/50)
West Indies beat Ireland by 52 runs
  • Player of the Match
    Rovman Powell
WI 257/8
Bat Top Batsmen
101 (100)
  • 7x4s
  • 7x6s
  • 101SR
54 (71)
  • 3x4s
  • 1x6s
  • 76.05SR
Bowl Top Bowlers
Bowler
ECON 4.1
10
OVERS
41/4
R/W
Bowler
ECON 4.5
10
OVERS
45/2
R/W
IRE 205/10
Bat Top Batsmen
63 (86)
  • 7x4s
  • 0x6s
  • 73.25SR
38 (36)
  • 5x4s
  • 0x6s
  • 105.55SR
Bowl Top Bowlers
Bowler
ECON 2.7
10
OVERS
27/4
R/W
8.2
OVERS
43/4
R/W
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That's all we have from this game. Rejoice for the Windies but all is not lost for Ireland. They still have a game to go and will be up against UAE. Do join us for that game on 12th March, 2018 at 0930 Local (0730 GMT). Until then, goodbye and cheers!
Ireland skipper, William Porterfield straightaway blames those dropped chances to be the big reason for their loss. Feels they were pretty much on top when they had picked up 5 quick wickets but once again rues the dropped catches which let the game slip away. Ends by saying that they have to pull their socks up and will look to give it their all to grab those two points.
Smiling Windies skipper, Jason Holder says it's a good feeling to have qualified for the next stage. Credits Ireland for the way they have played. States they can't put any foot wrong now and that they don't want to be complacent. Is proud of his boys for their effort and calls each and every game as an important one. Admits they need to improve their batting department as they have struggled to get a good start.
Man of the Match, Rovman Powell calls his ton a big confidence-booster and wants to keep doing it for his side. Adds it was his dream to play for the Windies and score a century, when he did today, he was all emotional. States when he came in to bat, they had over 30 overs to go and knew if he bats through, he can definitely take his team to a par score.
After removing the Irish skipper for a duck, they sneaked a couple more quickly to kill the run chase. However, Ed Joyce and Kevin O'Brien did offer some resistance and at one stage they were motoring along quite smoothly. But Kemar Roach came back well and struck twice in the same over to remove both the set batsmen and drifted the game in his side's favor. He picked up a 4-fer, while Williams wiped off the lower order to equal the tally with the former. Overall, it was a clinical win for the Windies and a rather disappointing show from the Irish. Stay tuned for the presentation.
So, the Windies qualify for the Super Six stage and the smiles on their faces sums up what this means to them. After staging a remarkable fightback, led by skipper Holder and Powell, they have ran through the Irish batting line-up to make it three straight wins a row in group stages. The Windies' bowlers were really disciplined throughout the innings and never did they let the Irish side off the hook.
46.2
W
Kesrick Williams To Andy McBrine OUT!
OUT! Holder takes it! And the Men from the Caribbean seal it. Boy, look at the excitement on the faces of their players! Well played, Windies! Williams delivers a slower ball on middle and leg, Andy McBrine backs away to swing it across the line but ends up hitting it straight in the air towards long on where Jason Holder completes the proceedings. WINDIES DEFEAT IRELAND BY 52 RUNS!
46.1
0
Kesrick Williams To Andy McBrine
Fuller on the stumps, driven to mid on.
Over 46 : 205/9
5 Runs
    T. Murtagh
    1 (2)
    A. McBrine
    6 (10)
    J. Holder
    10-0-49-2
    45.6
    0
    Jason Holder To Tim Murtagh
    Fuller in length and angling in, driven back to the bowler.
    45.5
    1
    Jason Holder To Andy McBrine
    The batsman has flicked the ball off his pads. The batsmen have run through for a single.
    45.4
    2
    Jason Holder To Andy McBrine
    Not Out! West Indies will have to wait a bit more! Fuller in length and on the pads, Andy McBrine clips it in front of square on the leg side and calls for two. There was never the second one there but still they go after it. The man from deep mid-wicket charges to the ball and returns a flat throw to Shai Hope who doesn't collect the ball and disturbs the stumps. West Indies players appeal and it's taken upstairs. Replays show Shai Hope has done a blunder here.
    West Indies feel they have got their man. The run out appeal is referred upstairs.
    45.3
    0
    Jason Holder To Andy McBrine
    Tucked towards the man at square leg for nothing.
    45.2
    1
    Jason Holder To Tim Murtagh
    The batsman plays the pull-shot. They pick up a single.
    45.1
    1
    Jason Holder To Andy McBrine
    Fuller in length and angling in, clipped through the leg side for a single.
    Over 45 : 200/9
    2 Runs
      A. McBrine
      2 (6)
      T. Murtagh
      0 (0)
      K. Williams
      8-0-43-3
      44.6
      1
      Kesrick Williams To Andy McBrine
      Short and outside off, McBrine cuts it towards backward point who has a needless shy at the bowler's end and he misses. A single taken.
      Tim Murtagh is the last man in.
      44.5
      W
      Kesrick Williams To Boyd Rankin OUT!
      OUT! Second wicket from the over. Another slower one on the stumps, Rankin looks to go big as he slogs it across the line but ends up mistiming it down the ground. Holder from long on and Nurse from long off, both go after it. The latter nearly crashes into his skipper but Holder still manages to hold onto it.
      44.4
      1
      Kesrick Williams To Andy McBrine
      Pulls it through mid-wicket and gets to the other end.
      44.3
      0
      Kesrick Williams To Andy McBrine
      Length ball outside off, blocked.
      44.2
      0
      Kesrick Williams To Andy McBrine
      Back of a length delivery on middle and off, Andy defends.
      Boyd Rankin is the new man in for Ireland.
      44.1
      W
      Kesrick Williams To Gary Wilson OUT!
      OUT! A good running catch from Nurse! West Indies just two wickets away from qualifying for the next stage! He keeps it full on off, changes the pace as well. Wilson looks to go big but miscues it big time over mid off. Ashley Nurse from long off comes sprinting in to his left and takes it with a dive forward. And the typical Williams celebration begins - signing on the notebook.
      Over 44 : 198/7
      2 Runs
        A. McBrine
        0 (2)
        G. Wilson
        18 (21)
        J. Holder
        9-0-44-2
        43.6
        0
        Jason Holder To Andy McBrine
        Length ball, moving away from off, Andy has a tame poke at it and gets beaten comprehensively. 60 needed from 36 balls.
        43.5
        0
        Jason Holder To Andy McBrine
        Gets forward and defends it down.
        Andy McBrine is the new man in.
        43.4
        W
        Jason Holder To George Dockrell OUT!
        OUT! Plumb! Holder is all pumped up and lets out a huge, huge roar! He goes wide of the crease and hurls it on a fuller length around off and it nips back in off the seam to ping Dockrell on the front pad right in front of the stumps. Jason turns back to appeal and gets a positive response from umpire Simon Fry. That would have crashed into middle and leg.
        43.3
        1
        Jason Holder To Gary Wilson
        Fuller ball on the pads, wristed through square leg for a single.
        43.2
        1
        Jason Holder To George Dockrell
        Pulls this length ball through mid-wicket and gets one to his name.
        43.1
        0
        Jason Holder To George Dockrell
        Back of a length outside off, Dockrell punches it towards point.
        Match Info
        • Venue Harare Sports Club, Harare
        • Weather Sunny
        • Toss Irelandwon the toss and elected to field
        • Result West Indies beat Ireland by 52 runs
        • Player of the Match Rovman Powell
        • Umpire Simon Fry (AUS), Michael Gough (ENG) and Shaun George (SA)
        • Referee Graeme Labrooy (SL)
        Match Notes
        • R Powell maiden ODI hundred 101 runs in 98 balls (7x4) (7x6)
        • R Powell 2nd ODI fifty 50 runs in 77 balls (3x4) (2x6)
        • West Indies 201/7 in 44.3 overs
        • J Holder 6th ODI fifty: 50 runs in 70 balls (3x4) (1x6)
        • West Indies 150/5 in 37.3 overs
        • Drinks: West Indies 133/5 in 35 overs
        • R Powell dropped on 18 by G Wilson in 32.3 overs
        • West Indies 101/5 in 26.4 overs
        • Drinks: West Indies 67/4 in 16 overs
        • West Indies 50/3 in 13.1 overs
        • Powerplay (1-10): West Indies 35/2
        • Ireland 200/9 in 45 overs
        • G Dockrell dropped on 10 by S Hope in 42.4 overs
        • Power play 2 (11-40): Ireland 178/6 (146 runs, 4 wickets)
        • Drinks: Ireland 160/4 in 35 overs
        • Ireland 153/4 in 34.1 overs
        • 5th wkt Partnership 50 off 52 balls between Ed Joyce (27) and K O Brien (22)
        • Ed Joyce 15th ODI fifty 50 runs in 76 balls (6x4) (0x6)
        • Ireland 100/4 in 25.4 overs
        • Drinks: Ireland 67/3 in 19 overs
        • Ireland 50/3 in 14.3 overs
        • Power play (1-10): Ireland 32/2
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