Bangladesh A 286 for 6 (Yasir 102, Shadman 68) beat Ireland A 210 (Tector 66, Anderson 45, Hider 3-38) by 76 runs
Yasir Ali's brisk century and Abu Hider's three-for starred for Bangladesh A, helping them trounce Ireland A by 76 runs in the fifth unofficial ODI in Cox's Bazar, leaving the visitors without a win on tour. Bangladesh A completed a 4-0 win in the ODIs, and had also win the solitary unofficial Test.
Batting first, Bangladesh A racked up 286 for 6 in 50 overs. Yasir joined Shadman Islam at the crease in the 15th over, by which time Anamul Haque and Nazmul Hossain Shanto were both dismissed. Yasir and Shadman added 132 runs in 22.5 overs, with the latter making 68 off 103 balls, with one six and four fours.
Bangladesh A scored 85 runs in the last five overs with Yasir leading the charge. He struck five sixes and eight fours in his 101-ball 102. Barry McCarthy and Shane Getkate took two wickets each while Simi Singh and George Dockrell took one apiece.
The visitors started poorly, losing Sean Terry and the in-form Andrew Balbirnie in the first 9.2 overs. Thereafter, Jack Tector and John Anderson added 83 runs for the third wicket to bring them back into the contest.
But from 117 for 2, Ireland A lost four wickets in the less than eight overs, before eventually getting bowled out for 210 runs in 43.4 overs.