In a thrilling last day in Namibia the Irish team beat Kenya to win the Intercontinental Cup by six wickets for the first major tournament victory in their history.
The day started with Kenya on 104 - 3 but Ireland soon showed their desire to win and took the last 7 wickets for 52 runs. Kyle McCallan returning the best figures of 4 for 34.
This left Ireland needing 245 runs to win from two-and-a bit sessions.
Once again Ireland's batting was strong and all the top 6 contributing to the winning total, in the 67th over: Jeremy Bray 64, Dominick Joyce 48, Andre Botha 43 not out, Andrew White 25 not out, Eoin Morgan 22 and Niall O'Brien 22.