Wilson, joining Kevin O’Brien, Andrew White, Kyle McCallan and Will Porterfield in the 200-club, was made captain of a much-changed side that had already taken a 2-0 unassailable lead in the Twenty20 series.
The Surrey gloveman made 15 from 16 balls, the second highest score of the innings behind Niall O’Brien’s 27, but Ireland were dismissed in the final over for 105 in pursuit of 117.
— Cricket Ireland (@Irelandcricket) February 9, 2016
Spin also played a huge part during an innings which featured only three fours and two sixes, with George Dockrell, Andrew McBrine and Paul Stirling taking a combined four wickets for just 51 runs in 12 overs.
Niall O’Brien and Wilson led a recovery from 18 for two with a third-wicket stand of 31 in the run-chase, but the stand-in skipper’s dismissal was followed by a golden duck for Kevin O’Brien and Ireland failed to recover.