In the second T20I, Parnells fifer destroys Ireland and propels South Africa to a 44-run victory.

South Africa defeated Ireland by 44 runs in second and final T20I of the season . Wayne Parnell took five wickets for the Proteas, who posted 530 figures for the year .

Bristol, United Kingdom, August 6: An all-round South African team defeated Ireland by 44 runs in the second and final T20I of the season at Bristol on Saturday, thanks to solid knocks from Reeza Hendricks and Heinrich Klassen, and a five-wicket haul by Wayne Parnell.South Africa has won the tournament 2-0 thanks to this victory.In their 20 overs, South Africa put up 1826 runs.Proteas finished with a good total and provided a good deal of relief to run-making thanks to Hendricks (42), Klassen (39) and captain David Miller (34*).

Ireland never really seemed to be a threat after defeating 183.Paul Stirling and Harry Tector were numbered by two forty-plus stands, and then Tector and Curtis Campher were numbered by two.Besides that, Proteas ate Irish batters, especially Parnell (530) and Dwaine Pretorius (333).Gareth Delany, a spinner for Ireland, picked up 224 runs as the top of the bowlers.

In his 42-run run stand, wicketkeeper-batter Quinton De Kock became the aggressor, following his poor run with another single-digit score of just seven runs.Barry McCarthy dismissed van der Dussen, who was later reduced to Andy McBrine for just 4 hours, bringing SA to 252 points.Markram was next up on the crease, and he fired some great shots.Hendricks was bowled for 42 off 40 balls by Delany after a 32-run stand between him and Hendricks.

Proteas were 854 years old and needed a team.Klassen and Miller did exactly that.With plenty of fours and sixs, both batters increased their run-making speed.They put together a quickfire 71-run stand in just 28 balls, which resulted in Klassen's dismissal by Joshua Little for 39 off 16 balls.

At the conclusion of their innings, Miller took SA to 1826.Ireland got off to a bad start in the second over when Parnell dismissed captain Andy Balbirnie and wicketkeeper batter Lorcan Tucker, limiting the hosts to 22 runs.Paul Stirling and Harry Tector put on a good showing, but it was limited to 38 runs.Stirling was doing well, but Lungi Ngidi dismissed him for 28 points off 16.

Curtis Campher and Tector attempted to bring the innings to a halt.For a while, they kept the scoreboard ticking.Parnell was the partnership breaker, leaving Campher for 19 and Tector for 34.At 886, Ireland was hemorrhaging.

Barry McCarthy tried to swing his way into the brutal South African assault, but Pretorius delivered the last blow by dismissing him for 32 off 19 balls.Ireland was bundled out for 138 in 18.5 overs, giving SA a 44-run victory.Parnell posted 530 figures for the remainder of the year.Pretorius received 333 coins.