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Ireland Women versus West Indies Women, third T20I – West Indies Women voyage through Ireland, 2019

29 May 2019, 8:30 PM IST

Sydney Parade (Pembroke Cricket Club), Dublin


The Sydney Parade Cricket Ground, home of the Pembroke Cricket Club, will have the third and last match of the three-coordinate T20I arrangement between Ireland Women and West Indies Women on Wednesday.

Built up in 1868, the setting is arranged in the core of Dublin. It has facilitated a lot of Women's ODIs highlighting the Ireland Women's national group and is normally utilized for local one-day and T20 apparatuses.

The standard score at this scene, to the extent T20 cricket is concerned, is the 160-run mark – something the guests nearly got to with their aggregate of 157 in the second T20I at this very setting.

One more day supporting the batsmen anticipates as the arrangement attracts to a nearby on Wednesday and the group winning the hurl would look bat first once more to utilize the batting-accommodating wicket at Sydney Parade.


The challenge might be done and cleaned with West Indies winning the initial two matches of the arrangement yet the hosts will be confident of securing a reassurance win to give their fans something to cheer about.

In the wake of being bowled out for 75 in the arrangement opener, Ireland put in a much-improved execution with the bat on Tuesday, batting out the 20 overs for a score of 112.

The match begins precisely 24 hours after the second T20I, which was likewise played at a similar setting. Driving the side instead of the harmed Laura Delany, Kim Garth followed up her 46 in the first T20I with an unbeaten 51 and 3 wickets in the second T20I.

The remainder of the batting has been a stress however for Ireland and the guests will begin as top choices regardless of whether they pick to roll out certain improvements to their playing eleven.

No holds barred

All out Matches – 3

Ireland Women – 0 (0%)

West Indies Women – 3 (100%)

Structure (Most later to most seasoned)

Ireland Women – L (Very poor structure)

West Indies Women – W L T W (Good structure)

Last match's playing XI and potential changes

Ireland Women

Mary Waldron (wk), Gaby Lewis, Kim Garth (c), Rebecca Stokell, Shauna Kavanagh, Una Raymond-Hoey, Louise Little, Sophie MacMahon, Celeste Raack, Lara Maritz, Anna Kerrison

Potential changes: Ireland is relied upon to handle a similar playing eleven.

West Indies Women

Hayley Matthews, Britney Cooper, Stafanie Taylor (c), Stacy-Ann King, Shemaine Campbelle, Natasha McLean, Kycia Knight (wk), Chedean Nation, Karishma Ramharack, Shakera Selman, Afy Fletcher

Potential changes: Kyshona Knight, the main player unutilized by the guests in the arrangement up until this point, could be given a chance, with Chedean Nation clearing a path.

My Dream XI


Opening the innings for Ireland, Mary Waldron has the best open door among the wicket keeping alternatives accessible to score the most extreme number of focuses.

The 35-year-old played well in the second T20I, scoring 25 off 28 balls, and with the last match of the arrangement additionally being played at a similar setting, she may extravagant her odds of going past that score this time around.


Shemaine Campbelle and Britney Cooper bat in the top request for West Indies and will get a decent chance to get keeps running added to their repertoire independent of whether their side bats first or second.

Stacy-Ann King benefited as much as possible from her chance in the second T20I, scoring a 33-ball 34 and furthermore grabbed 2 wickets, in the wake of being disregarded for the arrangement opener.

For Ireland, Gaby Lewis, in spite of scoring only 11 keeps running from the initial two matches, is the best alternative accessible to browse the extent that the batting is concerned.


Captain Stafanie Taylor and Hayley Matthews are a class over the rest and the pair is an unquestionable requirement have in the side.

The focuses scoring potential is somewhat of a stress however as it relies upon how they are used with the West Indies captain propelling herself down the request in the second T20I to give others an open door with the bat. In any case, the two players unquestionably should be picked.

Kim Garth has been in remarkable structure this arrangement, driving the diagrams with both bat and ball. She made a noteworthy captaincy debut on Tuesday, scoring an unbeaten 50 years and getting three wickets.


Afy Fletcher has grabbed six wickets from the two matches up to this point and must be the principal pick among the bowlers.

The second West Indian in the side is Karishma Ramharack. She has got her global profession off to a decent begin and has the talent of taking wickets.

Finishing the Dream XI side is Celeste Raack, who has been Ireland's most logical option with the ball after Kim Garth.

Chief and Vice Captain: Kim Garth and Hayley Matthews

Player to watch out for: Kim Garth

Kim Garth has been the champion entertainer for Ireland this arrangement with both bat and ball, scoring 97 keeps running at a strike rate of over 94 and furthermore grabbing four wickets with the ball.

The shocking damage to Laura Delany likewise observed Garth being given over control of captaincy for the last two matches of the arrangement.

She hinted at no the additional weight however on Tuesday and drove the side from the front, scoring an unbeaten 50 years and grabbing three wickets.

With the third T20I being played at the exceptionally same scene, Garth will be quick to keep up the force and completion the arrangement on a high.

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