Ireland's hopes of reaching the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup are over after a four-wicket defeat to Bangladesh in their qualifying match.
Ireland were bowled out for just 85 in the semi-final tie in Dundee as Fahima Khatun's three for 18 did the damage.
Captain Laura Delany and Eimear Richardson offered a degree of resistance as joint-top scorers with 25.
An unbeaten 32 from Sanjida Islam helped Bangladesh to victory with nine balls to spare as Murshida Khatun and Ritu Moni also made double-figure contributions.
Bangladesh will play either Thailand or Papua New Guinea in the final, with the second semi-final due to take place later on Thursday.
Both finalists of the qualifying tournament automatically progress to the World Cup in Australia at the beginning of 2020.
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