|United Arab Emirates 163-4 (20 overs): Suri 51, Hameed 39*|
|Eire 109 (18.4 overs): Campher 22; Meiyappan 4-25|
|UAE received by 54 runs|
Shane Getkate, Graham Kennedy and Barry McCarthy are the three gamers to overlook out after the Eire squad was named for this month’s T20 World Cup.
The trio had been a part of an 18-man panel at the moment within the United Arab Emirates making ready for the event.
Graham Ford’s squad was named as they suffered a 54-run loss to UAE of their second warm-up sport in opposition to them.
That outcome levelled the Twenty20 collection at 1-1, with the ultimate assembly happening on Sunday.
Debutant Akif Raja and leg-spinner Palaniapan Meiyappan shared seven wickets as UAE dominated.
After Eire had been set an imposing goal of 164 to win, Raja ripped by means of the guests’ high order as Paul Stirling, Kevin O’Brien and Andrew Balbirnie all fell sufferer to the right-arm.
Curtis Campher top-scored with the bat for Eire, hitting 22 runs, however he was bowled to depart Eire 74-5 inside 12 overs and so they by no means seemed like coming again.
The decide of the bowlers for Eire had been Josh Little, who adopted up a cost-effective show in Thursday’s victory with figures of 1-24 from his 4 overs.
On the squad choice, chair of the selectors Andrew White mentioned that Getkate, Kennedy and McCarthy would now act as reserve gamers.
“It was all the time going to be a really tough resolution to scale back the squad from 18 to fifteen – each participant out in Dubai in the meanwhile has confirmed their expertise and deserved their probability,” he defined.
“The three gamers who’ve missed out will nonetheless have a job to play in supporting the core squad, and keep on inside the workforce bubble as cowl in case of harm or sickness.
“We’re assured that the squad of gamers chosen have the flexibility and the dedication to take us into the following spherical of the event, however finally it will likely be about placing collectively performances which are deserving of it.”
Eire T20 World Cup squad: Andrew Balbirnie (capt), Mark Adair, Curtis Campher, Gareth Delany, George Dockrell, Josh Little, Andrew McBrine, Kevin O’Brien, Neil Rock, Simi Singh, Paul Stirling, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker, Ben White, Craig Younger.
Reserve gamers: Shane Getkate, Graham Kennedy, Barry McCarthy.