At the end of the day, the score book will show an 11-run victory for the West Indies and the two-game Twenty20 series drawn at 1-1.
Ireland head coach Phil Simmons believes his side's six-wicket victory over West Indies on Wednesday will be the perfect confidence booster ahead of next month's ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh.
Ireland provided another timely reminder of their credentials for ascension with a historic six-wicket victory over the West Indies in the first of two Twenty20 Internationals at Sabina Park on Wednesday.
Associate nation protagonists, Ireland, will provide the West Indies the first opposition of a busy schedule, for a two-game series in Jamaica, as they look to build up a head of steam before the World Twenty20.
The full squads of the 16 nations competing in the 2014 World Twenty20 in Bangladesh.
@3rd man 'No he never will play for Ireland and that is indeed good news for me. Did enough damage for his own country,still to claim a world cup that will never be on his CV no matter what else he achieves....Have Your Say