hit down the ground along the ground and that's it, O'Brien will finish unbeaten on 98 and Ireland are the World Cricket League champions
And that's it, Ireland are champions, a 162 run partnership between O'Brien and White made it safe after a slight wobble at 53/3. White was only removed from a stunning grab from Berrington and the damage was done, the only dissapointment being O'Brien stranded on 98*. He will be happy however, that he lead his Irish team home to victory and the title of 2010 ICC World Cricket League Divison One.
We will shortly have a Man of the Match award (no prizes for guessing) but the player of the series has been awarded to Tom Cooper of the Netherlands who's been scoring runs by the bucket load.
Scotland started well with an opening stand of 141 before a drastic middle order collapse saw them post a total of 232, Watts almost carried his bat through on 98, Mommsen supported him well with 80 and skipper Drummond on 30 were the only players to get in double figures and everyone else will be disappointed with their batting performance. Ireland started strong, Stirling in full flow as usual before Balbirnie sacrificed himself in a run-out mix up. O'Brien and White sealed victory from the Irish and once they were both past 50 and settled at the crease, the Scots were always behind.
The man of the match is Kevin O'Brien.
Thanks very much for joining us today where Ireland eventually ran out comfortable victors by 6 wickets. From Callum Stewart in Amstelveen, thanks for joining us for all the matches over the past two weeks and Scotland will next be in ODI action against Bangladesh on the 19th July. For now though, good evening and goodbye.
yorker dug out back to the bowler
Scores level, he's going to have to hit it for his 100, the straight fielders stay back
flicked off his hips for one
flicked through midwicket for one
blocked to cover
It's been set up for O'Brien to get his century and the winning runs with a boundary
blocked back to the bowler on the back foot
blocked in to the covers
Top shot, although O'Brien will want his century!
hit high and hard back over the bowlers head and all the way for six
shorter ball, drives on the back foot to cover
hit back at Parker, who can't stop and it goes down the ground for one
fuller ball dug away down the track
blocked to midwicket
Just ten runs to win
drives to mid-off
outside edge to square leg
blocked to cover
drop and run to cover. 95 now
through extra cover for two
down the track to defend
and again down the ground