Bangladesh Emerging Team 313 (Yasir Ali 92, Saif Hassan 49, Adair 3-22, Hume 3-56) beat Ireland Wolves 151 (Campher 39, Tanvir Islam 5-55) and 139 (Tector 55, Tanvir Islam 8-51) by an innings and 23 runs
Tanvir Islam's career-best match haul of 13 for 106 cleaned up the Ireland Wolves as the Bangladesh Emerging Team won by an innings and 23 runs, finishing the only four-day game of the tour on the third day. Islam, a 25-year-old left-arm spinner who had taken 19 wickets in his 11 previous first-class games, finished with figures of 8 for 51 from 28.3 overs in the Wolves' second innings at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram.
The visitors were bowled out for 139, having made 151 in their first innings, as they went through yet another struggle against spin. In the first innings, Islam took 5 for 55 while captain Saif Hassan, who bowls part-time offspin, took two wickets. In the second innings, it was Islam again with the wickets while Ebadot Hossain and Hassan took one each.
In between the Wolves' two innings, the home side were bowled out for 313 with Yasir Ali top-scoring with 92. He struck eight fours and five sixes in his 115-ball knock. Bangladesh's top three - Saif, Tanzid Hasan and Mahmudul Hasan Joy - all got out in the forties.
Mark Adair and Graham Hume took three wickets each while Jonathan Garth took two wickets. Among the Wolves batsmen, only captain Harry Tector struck a fifty for the visitors, having got out for a duck in the first innings. Curtis Campher top-scored with 39 in the first dig.
The two sides next take on each other in five one-day games and two T20s in Chattogram and Dhaka.
Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84