END OF OVER:
20 | 16 Runs | STARS: 163/8 (34 runs required, RR: 8.15)

  • RRS Cornwall23 (10b)
  • S Shillingford7 (5b)
  • S Badree2-0-30-0
  • Hasan Ali4-0-42-1

That's all we have for you. Jump over to the second match today and catch up with what Trinbago Knight Riders and Barbados Tridents are up to.

"I have to say, Evin batted well, it was a very very good wicket, and we did a fantastic performance with the ball as well,"Chris Gayle says, "[What's changed for the Patriots?] I've brought a bit of respect as Universe Boss. Teams are playing more attention to us now. But its a great bunch of guys, and hopefully we can keep the momentum going"

"We didn't play to the best of our ability, not done that all tournament, But that's cricket. The players we have in the dressing room are what we can select from and as a captain I won't stop believing. We just need one win and most definitely we'd like it to be tomorrow," Darren Sammy says, "We all know where we went wrong. We've not been able to restrict teams when we bowl first and we mess up the chase by losing too many wickets up front. We play right away tomorrow, so hopefully that can help"

"Just went back to the drawing board, kept working, kept training and came out today feeling positive," says Evin Lewis the Man of the Match. "Captaincy's been a big change - Chris is a great guy, he's been leading us very well this season. Want to capitalise and keep scoring runs. It won't happen everyday, but once I get a start, I want to convert it"

8.45 pm Chris Gayle switched franchises ahead of this season and now sits pretty with three wins in three games. He owes this one to Evin Lewis' 92, and his bowling attack, because 197 was not insurmountable on this pitch. Just look at Mohammed Nabi's figures: 4-0-15-3. Hafeez as well, picking 3 for 22. The offspinners broke the chase and confirmed St Lucia Stars' fourth loss in four games.

19.6
6
Badree to Cornwall, SIX, picks the googly and lifts it over long-on. Six to end the game, but the Patriots take it by 33 runs.
19.5
1
Badree to Shillingford, 1 run, launches a length ball to long-on
19.4
1
Badree to Cornwall, 1 run, short ball, skews off the toe-end past the backtracking point and short third man
19.3
6
Badree to Cornwall, SIX, mis-hit sails over cover! He is looking to smash this length ball down the ground, but the bat face opens on impact and it clears the boundary still
19.2
1lb
Badree to Shillingford, 1 leg bye, goes for the slog sweep to a full delivery on leg stump. Struck on the pads, but umpire Cloete drowns the appeal because he thinks it would be sliding down leg. Did straighten though
19.1
1
Badree to Cornwall, 1 run, tosses it up on leg stump, Cornwall hits it to long-on

Stars need an impossible 50 off 6 balls. And here's Badree

END OF OVER:
19 | 8 Runs 1 Wkt | STARS: 147/8 (50 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 7.73, RRR: 50.00)

  • RRS Cornwall9 (6b)
  • S Shillingford6 (3b)
  • Hasan Ali4-0-42-1
  • Mohammad Nabi4-0-15-3
18.6
1lb
Hasan Ali to Cornwall, 1 leg bye, slower ball, and Cornwall is through with his flick over midwicket too early. The ball hits his thigh before rolling through to third man
18.5
1
Hasan Ali to Shillingford, 1 run, short ball, swings hard, mistimes the pull to deep midwicket
18.4
4
Hasan Ali to Shillingford, FOUR, outside edge as he tries to slap a full delivery outside off over cover. Sails to the third man boundary
18.3
1
Hasan Ali to Cornwall, 1 run, low full toss on middle, Cornwall pushes to mid-off
18.2
1
Hasan Ali to Shillingford, 1 run, another yorker, just outside off, Shillingford, the new batsman, keeps it out off an inside edge onto pad
18.1
W
Hasan Ali to McClenaghan, OUT, full, straight, bowled. McClenaghan backs away, trying to flick, fails spectacularly

MJ McClenaghan b Hasan Ali 4 (4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

END OF OVER:
18 | 7 Runs 1 Wkt | STARS: 139/7 (58 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 7.72, RRR: 29.00)

  • MJ McClenaghan4 (3b)
  • RRS Cornwall8 (4b)
  • Mohammad Nabi4-0-15-3
  • Hasan Ali3-0-35-0
17.6
1lb
Mohammad Nabi to McClenaghan, 1 leg bye, sweeps again, he misses it altogether this time, but is alert enough to pinch the leg bye
17.5
2
Mohammad Nabi to McClenaghan, 2 runs, top-edge again off the slog sweep, and this time the ball lands in front of square leg and midwicket running in from the boundary
17.4
2
Mohammad Nabi to McClenaghan, 2 runs, dropped by Brathwaite running in from long-on. McClenaghan begins his innings with a slog. But the pace on the ball is slow and he is through the shot too early. Leading edge wanders down the ground, Brathwaite races in, but overruns the ball and has to lean back, to his left. That's a terrible position to be in because you're reversing momentum in an instant.
17.3
W
Mohammad Nabi to Mayers, OUT, he's stumped! Beautiful work from the combination of Nabi and Thomas. One brings the batsman out of his crease and beats him on the inside edge, the other collects the ball cleanly and breaks the stumps

KR Mayers st †Thomas b Mohammad Nabi 20 (15b 1x4 1x6) SR: 133.33

17.2
0
Mohammad Nabi to Mayers, no run, goes for the slog sweep, but he's beaten between the inside edge and his back thigh. Thomas collects it well and takes the bails out. Asks about the stumping, but Mayers, after his back foot had been on the line, pushes it back just in time
17.1
2
Mohammad Nabi to Mayers, 2 runs, lifts it towards the boundary at cow corner, but Lewis, running and diving to his right, stops the boundary

END OF OVER:
17 | 17 Runs | STARS: 132/6 (65 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 7.76, RRR: 21.66)

  • RRS Cornwall8 (4b)
  • KR Mayers18 (12b)
  • Hasan Ali3-0-35-0
  • Mohammad Nabi3-0-9-2
16.6
6
Hasan Ali to Cornwall, SIX, what a strike! Screams to the midwicket boundary flat and hard. Cornwall is a big man, so do not, do not let him get under the ball. Hasan doesn't pay attention to that and bowls short and wide. He pays for it
16.5
1
Hasan Ali to Mayers, 1 run, full and outside off, drills it to long-off
16.4
2
Hasan Ali to Mayers, 2 runs, goes for a pull again, but it's a much quicker delivery this time, comes off the cue end and goes straight down the ground. Nabi gives chase, and after a minor fumble, pulls it back inside the boundary
16.3
6
Hasan Ali to Mayers, SIX, outstanding strike! Slower ball on middle, on a length, which allows Mayers to clear the front leg and belt it over deep midwicket
16.2
1
Hasan Ali to Cornwall, 1 run, swings a back of a length delivery outside off to long-on
16.1
1
Hasan Ali to Mayers, 1 run, makes room and works a length ball outside leg down to long-on

Stars 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st32ADS FletcherJ Charles
2nd17Kamran AkmalADS Fletcher
3rd36MN SamuelsADS Fletcher
4th8SR WatsonADS Fletcher
5th13SR WatsonDJG Sammy
6th6SR WatsonKR Mayers
7th22KR MayersRRS Cornwall
8th5MJ McClenaghanRRS Cornwall
9th24S ShillingfordRRS Cornwall