Second one-dayer washed out
Ireland will head into the third and final one-dayer looking to square the series after the second ODI in Dublin was washed out without a ball being bowled. West Indies won the rain-affected opener - their first ODI in three years - with a host of their debutantes impressing. The second one-dayer, which was to have been played back-to-back, couldn't even get off the ground.
Before the two sides meet for the third match on Sunday, the two sides meet for a Twenty20 on Friday. It will be West Indies' first dart at the shortest form of the game and will generate much-needed practice given they had automatically qualified for the tournament through qualifying for the 50-over Women's World Cup in Australia next year.