|Zimbabwe 178 (47 overs): Musonda 26; Raack 3-34, Paul 2-24, Murray 2-42|
|Eire 179-2 (39 overs): Lewis 96*, Paul 63; Murray 3-56; Granger 2-53|
|Eire gained by eight wickets|
|Scorecard (exterior website)|
Gaby Lewis hit an unbeaten 96 as Eire outclassed Zimbabwe by eight wickets to maneuver 2-1 up within the one-day worldwide collection in Harare.
Glorious Irish bowling, with Celeste Raack taking three wickets, noticed the hosts dismissed for 178 in 47 overs.
Lewis placed on 145 for the primary wicket with Leah Paul earlier than her fellow opener was dismissed for 63.
It was Eire’s second-highest opening stand as they went on to achieve their goal with 66 balls to spare.
Tidy Irish bowling restricted Zimbabwe to 39-0 after 13.3 overs earlier than Cara Murray dismissed openers Chiedza Dhururu and Modester Mupachikwa to depart the hosts on 45-2.
Zimbabwe captain Mary-Anne Musonda tried to rally her facet’s innings as she moved to 26 however she was then bowled by Eire skipper Laura Delany earlier than two fast wickets by all-rounder Paul left the hosts on 81-5.
It was a case of harm limitation for the rest of the Zimbabwe innings as Raack dismissed Treasured Marange, Loreen Tshuma and Nyasha Gwanzura along with operating out Tasmeen Granger.
Lewis hit 9 fours in Eire’s reply as she completed simply 4 wanting a primary one-day worldwide century.
Paul continued her very good batting type after her career-best 95 in Eire’s win over Friday as her 63 included 5 boundaries.
Granger dismissed Paul with Mupachikwa taking the catch after which additionally took the wicket of Amy Hunter however the Irish had been by no means in any hazard as Lewis and Orla Prendergast guided them to their 179 goal.
The perimeters meet once more on Monday within the ultimate recreation of the four-match collection.