Ireland win by 9 wickets

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Scotland

98/2 : 99/1

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Ireland
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Scotland

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Ireland

Ireland

  • 98Runs 99s
  • 2Wickets 1
  • 4Fours 8
  • 0Sixes 0
Match Over
Ireland claim their second win on consecutive days here beating Scotland by 9 wickets and seal their place in the semis with one game to go!
WICKET
Clare Shillington goes for a well made 47 with just 9 needed to win.
11th Over
Some seriously insane stuff by Shillington and Cecelia Joyce. They aren't allowing Scotland any chance here.
8th Over
It looks a cakewalk for them. Both Shillington and Cecelia Joyce steadily taking it for Ireland.
5th Over
Shillington is not leaving a stone unturned. Quickly races to 23*(16) carrying her player of the match performance from yesterday into her 49th T20I.
1st Over
Shillington starts bright, hammers Kathryn Bryce for 2 fours.
Innings Break
Scotland finish with 98/2 with half of the runs scored by wicketkeeper-batter Sarah Bryce (49*). Ireland bowlers have been very economical. The team which wins today logically enters the semis.
16th Over
26 runs added in the last 6 overs as Scholes and Sarah Bryce steadying the innings. It is now time for them to fire.
WICKET
Skipper Kathryn Bryce departs for 12 to opposition skipper Delany after a 48 run partnership with Sarah. Laura Delany finishes with figures of 4-1-15-1.
12th Over
50 comes up for Scotland with Sarah 26* and Kathryn 8*.
10th Over
Bryce sisters have added 22 runs in the last 4 overs. Sarah taking the charge.
6th Over
Scotland have lost their first wicket in the form of Lorna Jack to Lucy O'Reilly for 7. Kathryn joins Sarah at the crease.
3rd Over
A slow start by Sarah Bryce and Jack as they finish with 8/0.
Teams
Scotland: Jack, S Bryce, K Bryce (c), Scholes, Glen, Chatterji, McGill, Aitken, Grant, Maqsood, Rainey   Ireland: Shillington, C Joyce, Lewis, Delany (c), I Joyce, Richardson, Garth, Kavanagh, Waldron, O’Reilly, Metcalfe
Toss
Ireland wins the toss, to bowl first.
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                                                          Report

                                                          Shillington carves another easy chase for Ireland

                                                          On the second day of ICC World cup qualifiers 2018, Scotland played against Ireland at Amstelveen from group B. Both teams were pumped after the convincing victories in their first match. Ireland captain Laura Delany won the toss and elected to bowl first. Both the Scotish openers were going well until O’Reilly got the wicket of Jack in the 6th over of the innings. After that, the 18 year old young sensation Sarah Bryce continued her form from the last game. She played till the innings got completed scoring 49* off 55 balls with 2 fours in her innings. Delany…

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