The Man of the Match goes to Paul Stirling for his brilliant knock of 92. That's all we have for today. Join us back tomorrow for the match between New Zealand and Scotland.
The Windies bowling looked mediocre as they were unable to get a breakthrough nor caused any trouble to the batsmen. Taylor ended up with three wickets. Without any spinner in the line up they had to resort to the part time bowling of Samuels and Gayle. They picked up a wicket apiece.
Ireland win by four wickets. A comfortable chase but Ireland made it a bit interesting towards the end losing a few quick wickets. Good opening stand of 71 between the openers .Stirling was striking the ball fluently as he made 92 but missed out on his ton. Good all round contributions from the middle order as they were at ease during most time of the chase. Ed Joyce and Niall O' Brien made 84 and 79 respectively and almost took the team home before they got out. But the batsmen to follow ensured they go all the way and pull off a win.
Jerome Taylor to John Mooney
FOUR! That's all, Ireland has done it! Bangs in a short ball on middle and off, Mooney looks to pull but the ball lands up getting the top edge and races to the third man fence for a boundary. Ireland beat the Windies by four wickets.
Low full toss on off, pushed to mid off.
Jerome Taylor to Niall O'Brien
Fullish ball on off, driven to deep covers for a single.
Back of a length on middle and leg, Mooney drops it to the on side for a quick single.
In the channel of off stump, Mooney plays and misses.
Kemar Roach to Niall O'Brien
Good lenghth ball on off, gets in line and defends.
Kemar Roach to John Mooney
Pitched up on middle, Mooney plays it to covers for a single.
On a length on middle, defended off the back foot.
FOUR! Full and on off, O'Brien smashes it over mid off for a boundary.
FOUR! Freebie! On the pads, O'Brien helps it to the fine leg fence for a boundary.
Mooney walks out to bat.
RUN OUT! Kevin O'Brien departs! Full outside off, Niall dabs it to point. They decide to come back for the second. The throw from point by Smith is an accurate one and Kevin is short of his ground.
Jerome Taylor to Kevin O'Brien
On a length on middle, defended solidly by O'Brien.
Jerome Taylor to Gary Wilson
OUT! Another one bites the dust! Pitched up on off, Wilson drives it straight into the waiting hands of Gayle at covers. 15 needed of 37 balls.
Bangs it in short on middle, Wilson looks to work it to the on side but lands up chipping it high into the air just ahead of him but safe.
On a length on off, taps it gently to the off side and steals a single.
Length ball on middle, O'Brien defends it off the back foot.