Ireland Easy Win against World T20 champions West Indies at Sabina Park

Ireland included to their record of giant-killing wins with a six-wicket win over Icc Twenty20 winners Western Indies in the first T20 worldwide at Jamaica's Sabina sport area on Wed.It was at the Kingston location where Ireland in europe considerably beaten Pakistan in a St Patrick's Day 50-over Globe Cup coordinates returning in 2007.

And seven decades on from that achievement, Ireland in europe the top non-Test cricket country disappointed one of the sport's 'big boys' once again, with former Britain batsman Ed Joyce creating a major 40 not out.After the Western Indies won the throw and batted, an excellent all-round Ireland in attempt in the area saw the serves limited to 116 for eight in their 20 over.

Joyce, who assisted Ireland in restore from eight for two after both openers went at low costs, added: "They are a pretty terrifying group to perform against but we know we've got an opportunity to defeat anyone when we perform well on our day."

Next 30 days recognizes the Western Indies protect their international headline at the 2014 Icc Twenty20 World Cup in Bangladesh a competition where Ireland's first coordinate is a St Patrick's Day conflict against Zimbabwe on Goal 17.


West Indies: 116/8 for 20 overs

Ireland innings (target: 117 runs from 20 overs)

Ireland: 117/4 for 19.1 overs

Ireland won by 6 wickets (with 5 balls remaining)

Ed Joyce is the Man of the Match for the unbeaten 40.

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