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Here are the Highlights of West Indies vs Ireland 2nd ODI.

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first ODI report: Making his introduction at age 33, Shamarh Brooks scored 93 and drove West Indies against Ireland to a 24-run triumph in the first day worldwide at Sabina Park on Saturday.

The West Indies was generally out for 269 on the penultimate ball, and Ireland was excused for 245 toward the beginning of its last finished.

Brooks recently missed turning into the second West Indian to score an ODI century on debut, after Desmond Haynes, the group’s new selector.

Streams and skipper Kieron Pollard, who made 69, joined for 155 pursues their side was decreased to 62-4 in the nineteenth over. Offspinner Andy McBrine took two wickets in two overs.

The Irish basically bowled well, with medium-pacers Mark Adair and Craig Young taking three wickets each.

The West Indies went 12 overs without a limit and Brooks and Pollard picked their minutes.

Pollard’s four sixes came in about six balls, including three successive off McBrine over midwicket, long on and in reverse square leg. Pollard was out in the 42nd over, top-edging a draw to the long on limit off Young after 69 off 66 balls.

Streams went next in the 45th, his fine 93 off 89 balls, including nine limits and three sixes. He was lbw to Adair.

Ireland, falling off a common series with the United States in Fort Lauderdale, began without Paul Stirling, Simi Singh and Ben White – – all tainted with the Covid.

After William Porterfield was out for a duck and McBrine resigned hurt on 34 subsequent to being hit in the head protector barbecue, commander Andy Balbirnie and Harry Tector set a strong stage, even as the run rate crawled up.

However, after Balbirnie was hit on the barbecue by Odean Smith, he was out three balls later in a new over by Romario Shepherd, jabbing at a ball and edging behind. Out for 71 off 94 balls, Balbirnie’s exit finished a remain of 103.

Tector was out in the following over, attempting to slice and top-edging Smith to Roston Chase on the limit. Tector made 53 off 68 balls.

With both set batsmen gone by the 38th over, Ireland won’t ever recuperate.

Shepherd and Alzarri Joseph took three wickets each.

The series stays in Kingston on Tuesday and Friday, trailed by an oddball Twenty20.


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