Ireland and Scotland faced off in Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia, on October 19, 2022, for the seventh and final Twenty20 International (T20I) match in the first round of the ICC World Twenty20 International tournament as stated by The Australia Time.
In a high-scoring seventh match of a T20 World Cup, Ireland defeated Scotland by six wickets, thanks to quick-fire innings from Curtis Campher (72* off 32 balls) and outstanding batting from George Dockrell (39 not out).
In 20 overs, Scotland scored 176 runs and lost five wickets.
- Michael Jones hit 86 runs off 55 balls for a strike rate of 156.36, which was the best score. He hit six fours and five sixes during his innings.
- Richie Berrington got 37 runs off of 27 balls. Three fours and a six made up those 37 runs.
- Matthew Cross hit 28 runs off 21 balls, which included five fours. At the end of the innings, Michael Leask was not out.
- After Curtis Campher gets two wickets for Josh Little and one for Mark Adair, he is named Ireland’s best bowler.
- The goal was to get 180 runs in 19 overs, and Ireland’s top scorer, Curtis Campher, got 72 runs off 32 balls without being out.
- George Dockrell and Lorcan Tucker both got 20 runs off of 17 balls. Lorcan Tucker’s score included two fours, and George Dockrell was still unbeaten with 39 runs off of 27 balls.
- Michael Leask, Brad Wheal, and Safyaan Sharif all took one wicket while playing for Scotland, which gave them the title of “best bowler.”
- Curtis Campher was named Player of the Match for his lightning-fast batting, which got him 72 runs off 32 balls, including seven fours and two sixes, and a strike rate of 225. This was a career-high for him, and he didn’t get out.