Plunkett indicates debutant Bowman the route against Ireland

DUBLIN: Britain's Liam Plunkett reminded debutant Jofra Toxophilite he is as yet a power to be figured with in front of a home World Glass with a four-wicket pull in Friday's One-day Worldwide in Ireland.

Plunkett took four wickets for 35 keeps running in seven overs as Ireland were rejected for 198 at Dublin's Malahide ground.

By difference Toxophilite, who completed with one for 40 of every eight overs, saw his first ball in worldwide cricket hit for four after Dublin-conceived Britain skipper Eoin Morgan won the hurl in a match diminished to 45 overs for every side by a wet outfield.

Ireland commander William Porterfield and individual opener Paul Stirling got the hosts' innings off to an energetic begin.

Be that as it may, from 55 without misfortune, Ireland drooped to 77 for four.

Ireland, as yet stinging at their prohibition from a World Glass that has been decreased to only 10 groups, were unfit to bat out their 45 overs, with 11 balls left when the innings finished.

Barbados-brought into the world Toxophilite, on for the second over of Britain's first universal of a pressed season, saw his opening conveyance struck sweetly through point for four by Stirling.

The Middlesex batsman took three additional limits off Bowman in an opening four-over spell from the Sussex seamer costing 21 runs.

Be that as it may, Bowman, satisfying his notoriety for being a fine defender, helped break the opening stand with a plunging low catch at mid-on off Tom Curran to expel Stirling for 33.

Next finished, Porterfield was gotten down the legside off Plunkett by wicket-guardian Ben Foakes, making his ODI debut having effectively played Test cricket.

Kevin O'Brien, who made a splendid hundred when Ireland beat Britain in Bangalore at the 2011 World Glass, could just oversee four preceding he hit Curran to in reverse point.

Andrew Balbirnie's careful 29 finished when Foakes, shrewdly clutching the ball, hung tight for the batsman to over-balance in the wake of missing a compass off Joe Denly and after that whipped off the safeguards to finish a befuddling.

Ireland were currently 111 for six and Bowman, returning for a second spell, demonstrated what he was fit for with a 90.3 mile for every hour yorker that bowled Imprint Adair not long after his individual debutant had hit Curran for two sixes.

Plunkett and Curran then wrapped up the innings between them.



W. Porterfield c Foakes b Plunkett 17

P. Stirling c Toxophilite b Curran 33

A. Balbirnie st Foakes b Denly 29

L. Exhaust c Morgan b Plunkett 7

K. O'Brien c Denly b Curran 4

G. Wilson c Root b Rashid 8

G. Dockrell c Morgan b Plunkett 24

M. Adair b Toxophilite 32

T. Murtagh c Foakes b Plunkett 12

J. Little b Curran 9

B. Rankin not out 5

Additional items (B-4, LB-7, W-7) 18

All out (full scale, 43.1 overs) 198

FALL OF WKTS: 1-55, 2-60, 3-70, 4-77, 5-110, 6-111, 7-157, 8-183, 9-183.

BOWLING: Willey 6-1-26-0 (1w); Toxophilite 8-0-40-1; Curran 8.1-1-35-3 (1w); Plunkett 7-0-35-4 (2w); Rashid 9-0-27-1 (1w); Denly 5-0-24-1 (2w).

Britain: James Vince, Dawid Malan, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (capt), Joe Denly, Ben Foakes (wkt), David Willey, Tom Curran, Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Bowman

NOTE: Match decreased to 45 overs for each side by wet outfield.

UMPIRES: Kumar Dharmasena (Sri Lanka), Paul Reynolds (Ireland).

Television UMPIRE: Aleem Dar (Pakistan).

MATCH Official: Richie Richardson (West Independents).

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