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Ireland inch past Kenya into final

This was another match of inexplicably abject batting with a close finish, as Ireland struggled to exceed Kenya's 67 all out before winning with just five balls and four wickets in hand

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19.1
6
Suji to KJ O'Brien, SIX runs, and that's the match in pretty emphatic fashion by O'Brien, length ball smacked over the bowler's head and just clearing the rope

END OF OVER:
19 | 4 Runs | IRE: 66/6 (2 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 3.47, RRR: 2.00)

  • Trent Johnston8 (14b)
  • Kevin O'Brien11 (15b)
  • Thomas Odoyo4-0-13-2

Another last over finish for Ireland

18.6
0
Odoyo to Johnston, no run, driven firmly but he finds the fielder at long-on
18.5
0
Odoyo to Johnston, no run, bug shout for lbw, it looked like the ball hit him outside the line of off-stump as Johnston pressed forward
18.4
0
Odoyo to Johnston, no run,
18.3
2
Odoyo to Johnston, 2 runs, short of a length and pulled through square-leg for another two runs, sensible batting from Johnston- just waiting for the loose delivery
18.2
0
Odoyo to Johnston, no run, driven to point, they consider a run after a misfield but decide against it
  • Ireland inch past Kenya into final

    This was another match of inexplicably abject batting with a close finish, as Ireland struggled to exceed Kenya's 67 all out before winning with just five balls and four wickets in hand

Ireland 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st2GC WilsonWTS Porterfield
2nd1NJ O'BrienGC Wilson
3rd38AC BothaNJ O'Brien
4th1AR WhiteNJ O'Brien
5th2NJ O'BrienAR Cusack
6th5NJ O'BrienKJ O'Brien
7th23DT JohnstonKJ O'Brien