result
2nd ODI, Dublin, Sep 10 2014, Scotland tour of Ireland
(44.2/50 ov, target 222)225/7
Ireland won by 3 wickets (with 34 balls remaining)

Ireland made that a bit more tricky than it had to be by losing cheap wickets but they got home in the end with three wickets to spare.

Kevin O'Brien's knock was crucial in the chase aided by Thompson and finished off by Mooney.

The final game of the series takes place on Friday where Scotland will search for consolation and Ireland, the whitewash.

Ryan Bailey's report of the day should be up soon but from me Conor Hayes in a sunny Malahide, it's goodbye.

44.2
4
Davey to Sorensen, FOUR runs

cut away in front of point and it goes to the rope, Ireland win the game and the series.

44.2
1w
Davey to Sorensen, 1 wide

too short and down leg side, scores are level

44.1
Davey to Sorensen, no run

short one and he misses with the pull shot

end of over 444 runs
IRE: 220/7CRR: 5.00 • RRR: 0.33 • Need 2 runs from 36b
John Mooney27 (29)
Max Sorensen10 (19)
Majid Haq10-0-51-0
Josh Davey9-0-39-2
43.6
Haq to Mooney, no run

mis-timed drive towards mid-on

2 to win

43.5
4
Haq to Mooney, FOUR runs

fantastic reverse sweep from Mooney which lobs the fielders and flies to the rope

43.4
Haq to Mooney, no run

kicks that one away

43.3
Haq to Mooney, no run

forward defensive played to that delivery

43.2
Haq to Mooney, no run

defended into the off side

43.1
Haq to Mooney, no run

comes down the pitch but can only tap it towards first slip

end of over 436 runs
IRE: 216/7CRR: 5.02 • RRR: 0.86 • Need 6 runs from 42b
Max Sorensen10 (19)
John Mooney23 (23)
Josh Davey9-0-39-2
Alasdair Evans10-1-34-2
42.6
Davey to Sorensen, no run

thinks about a pull but eventually leaves it

42.5
2
Davey to Sorensen, 2 runs

turned behind square and an easy two nearly turns into a run out as they stroll the first one

42.4
Davey to Sorensen, no run

steered to a short mid wicket

42.3
Davey to Sorensen, no run
42.2
Davey to Sorensen, no run

pushed out to backward point

42.1
4
Davey to Sorensen, FOUR runs

brilliant straight drive by Sorensen, Davey looks perplexed