Ireland Under 15's have beaten Middlesex twice and Berkshire once on their tour of England which concludes on Thursday.

Skipper Tim Tector scored an unbeaten century to celebrate his birthday in style as Ireland won the tour opener on Tuesday chasing a Middlesex total of 228 in a 50-over game.

The action switched to T20 mode on Wednesday when Ireland recovered from a disastrous start, slumping to 21 for 5 to fight back strongly.

YMCA's Wilhelm De Klerk thumped 9 fours in an unbeaten 71, sharing a 6th wicket stand of 111 with Ben Brownlee (34*) as the Boys In Green posted 132.

Diarmuid Burke took early wickets and Middlesex fell 15 runs adrift ending on 117 for 6.

In the afternoon game Matthew Humphreys claimed 4 for 18 to restrict Berkshire to 101 for 8.

Jack McGee and Matthew Daly were both run out to leave Ireland 2 for 2.

Nathan McGuire (23) started the recovery, and the YMCA pair of Tector  (35*) and De Klerk (30*) added 70 for the fourth wicket to seal the 7-wicket win.

Ireland have the chance to complete a clean sweep when they take on Berkshire in a 50-over contest today, once again at Merchant Taylors school.