that's the way to finish it! Delany goes down on one knee and slog sweeps the ball over wide long-on. It bounces right in front of the media tent and bounces over my head!
Reds won by 6 wickets (with 35 balls remaining)
A dominant batting display from the Reds today, they came out with a plan to attack and that's exactly what they did. A good opening partnership set the base and Delany and O'Brien came in to finish it off.
With the total being chased down before the end of the 16th over, it means that the Reds pick up a bonus point and move five points clear at the top of the table.
At least the Lightning know what they need to do this afternoon then!
David Delany has just been named the player of the match.
Bit of a break now until the second match of the day, so hopefully you'll be able to join me then for the final game of the season. Until then this is Justin Smyth saying goodbye from Pembroke
Hat trick ball coming up.
slower ball still gets the treatment. Pulled down to long leg to move the Reds within one shot of victory
too full and O'Brien powers the ball back past the bowler
O'Brien top edges the ball for six. Didn't quite get hold of it and there is still enough of a connection to fly over the fine leg boundary
too full from Hume, O'Brien clips the ball off the pads and it runs all the way along the ground to long leg
defends the ball back to the bowler
guides the ball to short third
gone first ball! Comes down the track and the ball spins past the bat, Doheny takes off the bails and Campher is gone for a golden duck
hits the ball down the throat of long-on
pulled over cow corner
|Pembroke Cricket Club, Sandymount, Dublin|
|Toss||North-West Warriors, elected to bat first|
|Player Of The Match|
|Match days||29 July 2022 - day (20-over match)|
|Points||Munster Reds 5, North-West Warriors 0|