West Indies beat Ireland by four wickets at Sabina Park
One Day International, Jamaica:
West Indies 205-6 (36.4 overs) beat Ireland 202 (49.2 overs) by four wickets
Ireland suffered a four-wicket defeat in Sunday's one-day international against the West Indies in Jamaica.
Gary Wilson top-scored with 65 after the tourists won the the toss, while Stuart Thompson added 33.
Ireland were bowled out for a modest 202 at Sabina Park before West Indies openers Dwayne Smith and Kieran Powell put on a 100-run stand.
Three quick wickets gave the Irish hope but Dwayne Bravo's 39 helped the hosts to a comfortable victory.
Ireland were 54-1 after a steady start but they managed just 202 with Bravo and Jason Holder each taking three wickets.
Smith (55) and Powell (57) set the West Indies on course for the win, although at 108-3 there was a glimmer of hope for the Irish.
Bravo and Marlon Samuels, who scored an unbeaten 26 from 19 balls, helped the hosts secure victory with over 13 overs to spare.