Irish left-armer Graham Kennedy was a deserved winner of the Player of the Tournament award at the end of competition dinner.

He was presented with the award by Ed Shuttleworth of ICC Europe.

Kennedy won three Man-of-the-Match awards in the six-game qualification series, finishing with 17 wickets at just 4.88 and an economy rate of only 2.22.

He pipped Scotland paceman Ihtisham Malik who took 14 wickets at 9.86 and Daniel Birrell who claimed 13 victims 1t 9.15.

In a competition where the bowlers were primarily on top, Denmark's Sandjeev Thanikaithasan was the leading run scorer with 220.

Scotland's Finlay McCreath was second with 220 runs, while Irish skipper Harry Tector was third with 181.

Waringstown's Morgan Topping made the highest individual score of the tournament - hitting 96 in the win over Denmark.

Ireland claimed the last slot with a five-run win over Scotland and they will play in the U19 World Cup in New Zealand next January.