A stormy innings from the Netherlands batsmen complimented by a rain of sixes and especially the thrilling knock from Stephen Myburgh destroyed the Irish team.
Ed Joyce played a steady innings which enabled Ireland to grasp the game against the United Arab Emirates whereas the match was restricted due to rain.
Paul Stirling led the composed Irish team with a superb fifty and their bowlers did well in a crunchy game vs. Zimbabwe who lost the match on the final ball.
West Indies outclassed Ireland who was unable to set a reasonable target while batting first and the hosts chased it at ease with plenty of overs to spare.
The English skipper, Eoin Morgan, led his side from the front and powered a ton followed by the one from Ravi Bopara as England surpassed the Irish target easily.
Mashrafe Mortaza astounded Ireland by his destructive batting in the final overs as Bangladesh won the third T20 and swept the series 3-0 against the hosts.
Elias Sunny broke the back of the Irish batting in the first T20 as Bangladesh won the inaugural match at Belfast, with a hefty margin of 71 runs.