Antigua Hawksbills v St Lucia Zouks, CPL 2013, North Sound

Rain-affected win keeps St Lucia's hopes alive

ESPNcricinfo staff

August 15, 2013

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St Lucia Zouks 179 for 4 (Fletcher 76, Sammy 35*) beat Antigua Hawksbills 76 for 3 (Mathurin 2-26) by 17 runs (D/L method)
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Andre Fletcher guided St Lucia's innings with 76 off 53 balls, Antigua Hawksbills v St Lucia Zouks, Caribbean Premier League 2013, Antigua, August 15, 2013
Andre Fletcher's brisk knock helped St Lucia reach their highest total in the CPL so far © Getty Images
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An extended rain interruption kept St Lucia Zouks' CPL hopes alive as they won by 17 runs (Duckworth-Lewis method) against Antigua Hawksbills on Thursday.

Chasing a target of 180, and with the possibility of heavy rain, Johnson Charles gave Antigua a flamboyant start, hitting three successive fours off Garey Mathurin in the first over, before losing his wicket off the fifth ball. A couple of overs later, Kieran Powell was dismissed in a similar fashion, offering a simple return catch to Mathurin after hitting the bowler for two consecutive fours. Jahmar Hamilton playing his first match of the tournament, tried to stabilise the innings but was out after the first rain break. Heavy rain forced the teams off the field after Hamilton's wicket. The umpires declared St Lucia winners as Antigua were 76 for 3, 17 runs behind the D/L par score of 93 after 10.4 overs.

Earlier St Lucia Zouks posted their highest total of the tournament, scoring a formidable 179 for 4. Opener Andre Fletcher played a pivotal knock for St Lucia, scoring 76 off 53 balls and adding useful partnerships with the middle-order batsmen. Fletcher's fourth-wicket stand of 59 off 34 balls with Darren Sammy took St Lucia's total past 150. The pair hit a few big shots but rotated the strike well. Fletcher's 76 included four fours and three sixes, while Sammy finished unbeaten on 35 off 20 balls with one four and three sixes.

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Posted by BRUTALANALYST on (August 16, 2013, 8:59 GMT)

Andre Fletcher was real good t some powerful hitting and not to much risks choosing right oens to go after and then Sammy came out like a man on a mission shame D/L ended it early for fans but don't think Hawksbills would of got there it is the highest total of tournament after all.

Posted by BRUTALANALYST on (August 16, 2013, 8:14 GMT)

Roach looked electric out there tonight, great to see some life in the Antiguan pitch and the commentators said that's not een the quickest which will be used on the weekend!Kieran Powell is a real classy batsman he just needs to focus on hittin straight down ground more and loosin that flick to leg across the line

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