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Shamsi spins South Africa to victory against Ireland in 1st T20

Aiden Markram top-scored for the visitors with 39 and David Miller chipped in with 28 as South Africa reached 165-7 in their 20 overs.

South Africa’s Tabraiz Shamsi celebrates the fall of an Irish wicket during the T20 International match in Dublin on 19 July 2021. Picture: @cricketireland/Twitter

DUBLIN – Spinner Tabraiz Shamsi took four wickets as South Africa comfortably beat Ireland by 33 runs in the first game of a three-match Twenty20 series in Dublin on Monday.

Aiden Markram top-scored for the visitors with 39 and David Miller chipped in with 28 as South Africa reached 165-7 in their 20 overs.

Seven of the top eight batsmen reached double figures after the tourists were asked to bat although nobody went on to make a big score.

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