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Ireland Women versus West Indies Women, first T20I

26 May 2019, 8:30 PM IST

YMCA Cricket Club, Dublin


Dublin's YMCA Cricket Club is one of the more seasoned grounds in Ireland. Just like the case in many scenes for restricted overs cricket, the pitch is required to be a decent one to bat on.

There is a lot of downpour anticipated upon the arrival of the game. Be that as it may, it is relied upon to clear up when the match begins, and the expectation is that we get a full game.


This will be Ireland's first T20I since the World T20 back in November 2018. They lost every one of their amusements in that competition.

Then again, West Indies ladies as of late played an energizing three-coordinate arrangement against Pakistan and developed triumphant.

Ireland have never truly won a great deal of diversions against the top groups. Truth be told, they've played 57 T20Is in all and have won only 15 of them.

West Indies begin as the top choices in this three-coordinate arrangement, yet that implies Ireland have nothing to lose – which would make them risky.

No holds barred

All out Matches – 1

Ireland Women – 0 wins (0%)

West Indies Women – 1 win (100%)

Structure (latest to most seasoned)

Ireland Women – L (degraded structure)

West Indies Women – L T W L W (better than average structure)

Anticipated Playing XI

Ireland Women – Una Raymond-Hoey, Leah Paul, Gaby Lewis, Laura Delany (c), Shauna Kavanagh, Kim Garth, Rebecca Stokell, Mary Waldron (wk), Louise Little, Lara Maritz, Celeste Raack

West Indies Women – Kycia Knight (wk), Hayley Matthews, Shemaine Campbelle, Stafanie Taylor (c), Chedean Nation, Natasha McLean, Chinelle Henry, Afy Fletcher, Shakera Selman, Karishma Ramharack

My XI for the game


The new Dream11 update offers you the chance to pick different wicket-guardians in the XI. Thus, Mary Waldron and Natasha McLean are picked in the XI here.

Waldron has been in and around the Ireland group for a long while now. She has been great behind the stumps as well. In the mean time, Natasha McLean has been in great structure and did well against the Pakistan ladies' side.


Shemaine Campbelle is a strong entertainer, however one of her serious issues is that she hasn't had the option to change over her begins tall scores. She can contribute with a couple of overs of medium pace however, which makes her a significant pick.

Chedean Nation has been in conventional structure and did well against Pakistan. She even got 50 years in the first T20I which helped West Indies set up a sizeable aggregate.

Gaby Lewis will lead the accuse of the bat for Ireland. She has been a standout amongst their most reliable entertainers, and will be required to bear a noteworthy piece of the run-scoring duty.


Hayley Matthews and Stafanie Taylor are the chief all-rounders for West Indies. Taylor is second on the rundown of driving run-getters in Women's T20Is, and she has done well with the ball as well.

In the mean time, Matthews has contributed with both bat and ball, and is fit for having a major effect on the game in either discipline.

Ireland captain Laura Delany will hope to lead from the front by putting in a solid all-round execution.


Karishma Ramharack made her global presentation in the arrangement against Pakistan. She played only one game, yet did well in that as she got 2/20.

Shakera Selman has been productive with the ball in the ongoing past. She was additionally a piece of the Trailblazers in the as of late closed Women's IPL, where she accumulated consideration with her variety of aptitudes.

Medium pacer Lara Maritz will hope to establish a solid connection with the ball. She has inspired many individuals in her short global vocation up until this point, and will need to expand on her great begin.


Bad habit skipper: Hayley Matthews

Player to look out for: Stafanie Taylor

The West Indies captain will be back subsequent to missing the Pakistan T20Is because of security reasons. In any case, she took part in the ODI arrangement and looked in incredible structure there, setting up scores of 58, 48 and 52. Taylor is a productive T20 player, and will look lead from the front with both bat and ball.

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