|Eire 176 (20 overs): Tector 38, Campher 35; Sharif 2-27|
|Scotland 178-5 (17.5 overs): Munsey 67, MacLeod 36; White 2-35|
|Scotland received by 5 wickets|
|Scorecard (exterior website)|
George Munsey’s quickfire 67 helped Scotland to a five-wicket win over Eire of their Males’s T20 World Cup warm-up match in Dubai.
Eire had been struggling at 20-3 however recovered to make 176 all out with Harry Tector hitting 38 and Curtis Campher including 35.
Scots opener Munsey hit 5 sixes and 7 boundaries in his 25-ball innings to set the platform for victory.
Calum MacLeod made 36 as Scotland reached 178-5 with 13 balls to spare.
It was the primary warm-up recreation for each side and Scotland made an immediate affect on Tuesday by rapidly eradicating big-hitting openers Paul Stirling and Kevin O’Brien together with captain Andrew Balbirnie.
Eire’s middle-order got here to the rescue with Tector, Campher and Neil Rock (32) guaranteeing the Scots would face a aggressive goal.
Safyaar Sharif took 2-27 whereas Hamza Tahir and Michael Leask each completed with 2-33.
Scotland opener Ollie Hairs was dismissed with only one run on the board however Munsey was quickly blasting his approach to a half-century.
Munsey departed with Scotland on 108-2 and his blistering knock allowed his workforce to make the entire with ease.
Ben White had figures of 2-35 for an Eire facet which is able to face United Arab Emirates within the first of three T20 warm-up video games on Thursday.
Eire begin their T20 World Cup marketing campaign towards Netherlands on 18 October with Scotland taking up Bangladesh a day earlier.