Ireland's second one-day international against Zimbabwe in Belfast ended with no result after the match was abandoned due to rain.
The hosts posted 228 for eight in their innings, with William Porterfield (67) and Harry Tector (55) each scoring half-centuries, before the heavens opened.
The contest was subsequently abandoned at around 5.15pm.
The three-match series, which Zimbabwe lead 1-0 following their 38-run victory in Wednesday's opener, is set to conclude on Monday.
Wednesday's match was the first game of the World Cup Super League series and the abandonment meant the two teams finished with five Super League points each, but with just one match left to play, Ireland's hopes of winning the series have come to an end.
Ireland 282-8: (50 overs; W Porterfield 67, H Tector 55, A Balbirnie 40; R Ngarava 3-52)
Zimbabwe: Did not bat.