Ireland Women Under 19 2024
Match 2: Ireland beat Jersey by 16 runs
Holywood, 23 June.
Ireland 119/9 (Alice Walsh 25*; Grace Weatherall 6-18)
Jersey 103 (Effie Bowley 21; Freya Sargent 5-12)
Grace Weatherall took 6 for 18 (Jersey Cricket)
Ireland beat Jersey by 16 runs in a game that was remarkable for two bowling displays. Grace Weatherall's 6 for 18 helped dismiss Ireland for 119, with Alice Walsh's unbeaten 25 the top score. Clontarf and senior international Freya Sargent then took 5 for 12 to restrict Jersey to 103 despite 21 from Effie Bowley in a tight contest.
Match 1: Ireland beat Jersey by 108 runs
Holywood, 23 June.
Ireland 161/7 (Ellie McGee 40, Julie McNally 32, Alice Tector 29; Analise Merrett 2-18, Erin Duffy 2-32)
Jersey 53 (Freya Sargent 3-3, Aimee Maguire 2-9)
The North West trio of Jenni Jackson, Kia McCartney and Millie Spence (Stephen McCartney)
Ireland U19's won the first game at Seapark by a convincing 108 runs thanks to a fine all-round display. Ellie McGee of Rush top-scored with a fine 30-ball 40 that included the only two sixes of the innings as well as five fours. Julie McNally made a fine 32, while Alice Tector's 29 included five boundaries as Glenn Querl's side scored 161 for 7 - two wickets for Analise Merrett and Erin Duffy. The Channel Islanders couldn't get to grips with the Irish bowling as they were bundled out for 53. Freya Sargent took 3 for 3, while fellow international spinner Aimee Maguire collected 2 for 9 in a dominant display.
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