Skipper Rob O'Brien top-scored with 41 as Ireland Under 15's continued their winning streak with a 32-run win over Scotland in the first of two T20s at Templepatrick.

Brian Dunphy chipped in with 38 and Ethan Marshall made 28 as the young Irish racked up 154 for 6 despite four wickets for Srikar Boggala.

Fergus Foley (27) and Rory Grant (20) got starts, but Ireland were always in command as the Scots finished on 122 for 7 - two wickets for Aadi Wankhade.

A third wicket stand of 67 between Pembroke's Bruce Whaley and skipper Rob O'Brien helped Ireland take the Celtic Cup Series 4-0 with their second T20 win of the day at Templepatrick.

Whaley top-scored with a run-a-ball 45, while O'Brien cleared the fence twice in a hard-hit 29 as the Irish made 144 for 4.

Scotland threatened briefly as Rory Grant hit 57 from just 40 balls (3 fours, 2 sixes), while John Imray also hit two maximums in a whirlwind unbeaten 33, but the Irish held on to win by seven runs and complete the clean sweep.