Antigua Hawksbills vs Jamaica Tallawahs 4th CPL T20 Match 2014

  • Antigua Hawksbills
    18.3 Overs
    Sheldon Cotter..
    David John Hus..
    Daniel Vettori
    Andre Russell
  • Jamaica Tallawahs
    14.3 Overs
    Chadwick Walto..
    Chris Gayle
    Carlos Brathwa..
Vettori spins the Tallawahs to their second victory - In the 4th match of the Caribbean Premiere League 2014 the Antigua Hawksbills played as the hosts to Jamaica Tallawahs. The Tallawahs won their first match while the Hawksbills were looking for their first win in the tournament. After winning the toss the Hawksbills decided to bat first. The home side had a dismal start to their innings by losing 3 wickets in the first 6 overs. In the first 6 overs they managed to score only 29 runs. Daniel Vettori was the man for the Tallawahs who managed to provide them these important breakthroughs. David Hussey was one of the biggest hopes for the home team but he lost his wicket after scoring only 15 runs. Later Sheldon Cottrell, Carlos Brathwaite and Miguel Cummins tried to score some runs for the team. They managed to score 21, 11 and 10 respectively before losing their wickets. The home team was all-out in the 19th over of the innings and managed to score only 96 runs. This low score was the result of a collapse of the batting line up. Daniel Vettori was the best bowler for the visiting side who took 3 wickets giving away only 13 runs.

While chasing the small target the visitors got a good start from their openers. Chadwick Walton and Chris Gayle gave their team a great start. They together scored 62 runs for the first wicket when Gayle got out after scoring 37 runs. Later Walton took guard and batted his team to victory. He scored 43 runs and remained not out till the end. The Jamaica Tallawahs with this win managed to make it to the top of the points table as they had won 2 out of 2 games. Carlos Brathwaite was the best bowler for the home side as he gave 11 runs in his 3 overs taking 2 wickets. Daniel Vettori was rightly named as the player of the match.