Ireland Men begin their Caribbean campaign with win over Wanderers
January 2nd 2020 by Craig Easdown | International
BARBADOS - Ireland Men’s cricket team have won their warm-up match against Wanderers Cricket Club of Barbados by 45 runs in Barbados today.
The 50-over game saw Ireland bat first and mount a total of 338-5 from their 50 overs. Gary Wilson (76* from 35 balls), Paul Stirling (retired 64*) and James McCollum (retired 64*) led the way with the bat, as the visitors put on a confident display during their first hit out on the tour.
In response, the Wanderers made 293-7, bolstered by a late-on big-hitting innings from Roshon Primus of 83 from 36 balls.
: RESULT— Cricket Ireland (@Irelandcricket) January 2, 2020
Ireland has won the warm-up match against @WanderersCC by 45 runs. Kudos to Roshon Primus for his big-hitting innings of 83 from 36 balls (including 7 sixes).
Final scorecard: https://t.co/ccNs95hCi7#BackingGreen pic.twitter.com/C0So8ehdEz
The full scorecard can be found here.
Further information about the Caribbean tour can be found here.