After a 98 from Kim Garth set Ireland Women to 218 for seven, the bowlers managed to keep Thailand Women in check, restricting them to 172 for nine in the chase during the 16th match of ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier in Colombo.
Deepti Sharma and Thirush Kamini shared a 174-run opening stand as India Women came up with a clinical all-round display to seal a 125-run win over Ireland Women in the 11th match of ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier in Colombo to progress to the next round.
A terrific bowling effort from Sri Lanka Women saw them dismiss Ireland Women for 93 in a chase of 240 runs to claim a massive 146-run win in Group A clash of ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier in Colombo.
After a four-wicket haul from Mohammad Nabi helped Afghanistan dismiss Ireland for 71 runs, Mohammad Shahzad scored a blistering fifty to complete the chase with 10 wickets in hand to win the final of the Desert T20 Challenge in Abu Dhabi.
Kevin O'Brien and Boyd Rankin came up with a spirited performance to seal a semi-final spot for Ireland after defeating United Arab Emirates by 24 runs while Hong Kong shocked Netherlands with a 91-run victory in the Desert T20 Challenge encounters in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.
Gary Wilson scored an unbeaten 38 from 28 balls as Ireland completed a last over chase of 147 against Namibia while Josh Davey led Scotland bowling attack with a four-wicket haul to seal a thrilling seven-run win against Netherlands.
Scotland came with an all-round performance to defend 190 against Hong Kong successfully while Afghanistan managed to upstage Ireland in a chase of 126 with five wickets in hand in the first two matches of the Desert T20 Challenge in UAE.
Temba Bavuma scored a fabulous century on his debut and shared a 159-run opening stand with Quinton de Kock as South Africa went on to post 354 in 50 overs following which the Proteas bowlers restricted Ireland to 148 in the only One-Day International between the two teams in Benoni.
A hat-trick by Rumana Ahmed helped Bangladesh Women successful defend a total of 106 runs as they bowled Ireland Women out for 96 runs in 37.5 overs to claim a 10-run victory in the third One-Day International in Belfast, going on to claim the three-match series 1-0.