South Africa beat Ireland by 44 runs in second and final T20I of the season . Reeza Hendricks and Heinrich Klassen hit 42 runs for South Africa .
Bristol, United Kingdom, August 6: Following his team's 44-run victory over Ireland in the second and final T20I, South African captain David Miller said that each player has contributed at various points in the series.An all-round South African team won by 44 runs over Ireland in the second and final T20I of the season at Bristol on Friday, thanks to solid knocks from Reeza Hendricks and Heinrich Klassen, and a five-wicket haul by Wayne Parnell.I am fit, had a back injury, was getting some therapy, and was ready to go.Going into the World Cup, it's always a good thing to have (in terms of their batting choices).As a captain, it is a tremendous achievement, as I have learned a lot, the bowlers have been good, and it has been a tough challenge.The last 18 months have been fantastic, the guys have stood up at different times, T20 is an interesting game, the World Cup is still a long way away, but Miller said he was looking forward to it.South Africa has won the series 2-0 thanks to this victory.In their 20 overs, South Africa put up 1826 runs. The backbone of South Africa's innings this time was a 71-run stand off just 28 balls between Klassen and skipper Miller.Gareth Delany, a spinner for Ireland, was selected as the best of the bowlers, taking 224.Ireland never really looked like a threat after being crushed by 183.Paul Stirling (28) and Harry Tector (28) were joined by two forty-plus stands, and later Tector (34) and Curtis Campher (19). Ireland was bundled out for just 138 runs.For his explosive five-wicket haul, Parnell was named Man of the Match.