With 64 runs on Simbabwe, Ireland won their Twenty20 series. Where O’Brien took 47 rounds, Stirling took 39 rounds in 89 rounds and set the groundwork for a total of 174-4 in Ireland.
O’Brien and Stirling were in excellent form, the former shattering the series victory of Ireland for half a century in the 2nd match and the third match making its debut 20th century international.
In response, Ireland’s seamann Mark Adair took a vital 4 wickets for 23 runs, which saw only 110 runs for all of Zimba.
Craig Ervine fought hard for his 28 races, but Zimbabwe was unable to stop Ireland in Twenty20 internationals from earning its greatest margin for victory over a cricket “Full Member country.”
Tourists were harmed and affected by one of their top actors, Ryan Burl, during the pre-match warm-up.
In the five-game series Ireland has an uneasy 3-1 advantage.