Megan Schutt took three wickets while Elyse Villani scored a fluent 43 as Australia Women chased down a target of 92 runs in 13.2 overs to secure a seven-wicket victory against Ireland Women in the Group A encounter of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in Delhi to stay alive in the tournament.
Suné Luus took a career haul of best five wickets for eight runs as South Africa Women restricted Ireland Women to 89 for nine in 20 overs in a chase of 157 runs to secure a massive 67-run victory in the Group A encounter of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in Chennai.
Sugandika Kumari took a three-wicket haul and led a disciplined bowling performance as Sri Lanka Women defeated Ireland Women by 14 runs in the Group A encounter of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 in Mohali.
Suzie Bates led New Zealand from the front with a 60-ball knock of 82 as the White Ferns secured a massive 93-run victory after posting a total of 177 for three against Ireland Women in the fifth match in Group A of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 in Mohali.
Paul van Meekeren took four wickets as Netherlands restricted Ireland to 47 for seven in a rain-curtailed six overs match to claim a 12-run victory in the 11th match in the first round of Group A in the ICC World Twenty20 in Dharamsala.
Bangladesh scored 94 for two in the eight overs that were possible following which a steady rain forced the abandonment of the eighth match of the first round in Group A in the ICC World Twenty20 in Dharamsala, which knocked Ireland out of the tournament.
Amir Ali played a blistering 17-ball knock of 32 runs and shared a crucial 47-run stand with Jatinder Singh as Oman managed to sneak a thrilling two-wicket win over Ireland in a chase of 155 runs in the fourth match of the first round in Group A of the ICC World Twenty20 in Dharamsala.
We caught up with Surrey and Ireland wicket-keeper batsman Gary Wilson, who took time out from Ireland's tour of Australia, to chat with us about all things cricket as well as golf and his partnership with SF Stanford.
Wanidu Hasaranga inflicted heavy damage on the England batting lineup with a three-wicket haul after which Avishka Fernando scored a fluent 95 to help Sri Lanka chase down 185 with six wickets in hand in the quarter-finals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup encounter in Mirpur.
India secured the top position in Group D of the ICC Under-19 World Cup after demolishing Nepal on the back of a strong batting performance while New Zealand and Afghanistan won their respective encounters to register their first win in the tournament.