Big-hitting Ireland batsman Kevin O'Brien smashed a six into his own car window during a domestic Twenty20 match on Thursday.
Centuries from Paul Stirling and Andrew Balbirnie inspired a record Irish run-chase in a shock seven-wicket win over the world champions England on Tuesday.
After dismissing Ireland for just 180, the West Indies reached their target with 100 balls to spare.
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Kevin O'Brien scored Ireland's maiden Test century in their first-ever Test against Pakistan.
Imam-ul-Haq, the nephew of selection chief and former Test batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq, saw the tourists to victory with a total of 160 for five.
An unbeaten hundred from Dinesh Chandimal followed by a five-wicket haul from Dasun Shanaka helped Sri Lanka defeat Ireland by 76 runs in a rain-curtailed match at Dublin
Kevin O'Brien was found to have breached the section of the International Cricket Council's code of conduct relating to "showing dissent at an umpire's decision" when he bowled a wide in the 48th over of the UAE innings.
Ireland are third in Pool B and well-placed for a quarter-final spot, although they still have to face South Africa, Zimbabwe, defending champions India and Pakistan.
Pakistan could manage only a tie in the first one-day international against Ireland at a bitterly cold Clontarf on Thursday after Kevin O'Brien hit the last ball of the match for four.