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Streak will join Scotland during the ongoing Twenty20 International series in the Netherlands also involving Ireland.
Going by the MRF Tyres ICC T20I Team Rankings, Scotland are the top dogs in the triangular Twenty20 International series, to be played across the Netherlands from June 12 to 20.
Scotland recorded their biggest victory when they beat England, the top-ranked one-day international team, by six runs on Sunday.
Friday saw New Zealand post a mammoth 490 for four, a record total in both men's and women's one-day internationals, in a match they won by a colossal 346 runs.
The White Ferns surpassed their own 21-year record of 455 in the 48th over as they batted first having won the toss in the opening ODI at YMCA Cricket Club.
Britain's Supreme Court today said it could not rule on an appeal against Northern Ireland's strict abortion laws, but that it would have declared them incompatible with human rights laws otherwise.
Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK in which abortion is illegal in all but exceptional cases.
Speaking to a public broadcaster, the Irish health minister said he hoped the new law would be enacted by the end of the year.
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill believes France are quite capable of winning the World Cup.
Voters in Ireland, a once deeply Catholic nation, on Friday backed a change to abortion laws by a landslide.
Savita Halappanavar a 31-year-old Indian dentist died in Ireland of sepsis in 2012 after being denied an abortion during a miscarriage.
Ireland voted by a landslide to ditch its strict abortion laws in a landmark referendum that Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said had finally lifted decades of stigma and shame.
Results from the first four of 40 constituencies to declare showed 66.36 percent voted "Yes" and 33.64 percent voted "No", on a 62 percent turnout, the central count centre in Dublin announced.
Nearly 3.5 million voters were asked whether they wanted to overturn a constitutional ban on abortion, following an emotional campaign.
The eighth amendment to the Irish constitution was installed following a 1983 referendum which approved outlawing abortion.