Ireland drew 1-1 after defeating Zimbabwe by seven wickets in the third one-day international match in Belfast.
After winning the throw and choosing to play, Ireland defeated the opponent with 131 points in 34 games.
Captain Craig Ervine scored the highest score for the visitors with 57 points, but was disappointed with Brendan Taylor. He participated in his 284th and last international game because he only played 7 goals.
Zimbabwe batsman Brendan Taylor announces his withdrawal from international cricket competition
Owen paid tribute to Taylor and admitted that he will leave a huge gap to fill.
“Brandon Taylor has always been an important ambassador for this country and it is a huge loss for us,” Irving said. “He will leave a hole and someone needs to fill the Zimbabwean cricket.”
Rain then left Ireland to pursue a revised goal of 118 from 32 passes. They easily returned home with nearly 10 passes. Paul Sterling hit 43 with only 40 balls.
“This is a complete performance for the team,” said Ireland captain Andy Balbirnie.