- 2nd ODI: England, 334-8, beat Ireland, 286, by 48 runs
- Jacks hits 94 and Hain 89 in impressive debuts
Figures of three for 66 may not leap off the page but for George Scrimshaw, one of four debutants in an England side that swept aside Ireland after a Will Jacks special, that wickets column was manna from heaven.
Presented with his cap before play by Dominic Cork, the last Derbyshire cricketer to represent England back in 2002, the wiry 25-year-old looked as if he wanted the ground to swallow him amid a harrowing start to his first bowl in one-day international cricket.
Written by Ali Martin at Trent Bridge
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