Made his T20I debut against Pakistan at The Oval in June 2009. Playing in his fifth ICC WT20.
His innings of 79 in the final of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2012 against Afghanistan helped seal the title for Ireland.
Named player of the match for his innings of 60 as Ireland defeated Zimbabwe by three wickets in Sylhet in the 2014 competition.
His innings of 177 against Canada in 2010 remains the highest for Ireland in ODI cricket.
Scored 146 runs in the qualifying competition, including an innings of 55 against Jersey.