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CPL T20 Update: St Lucia Stars 175 v Jamaica Tallawahs

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Jamaica Tallawahs have been set a target of 176 for victory after the St Lucia Stars posted 175 all out from their allotment in match seven of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Twenty20 tournament here at Sabina Park.

Opener Andre Fletcher, with a top score of 43 off 33 deliveries, including two six and five boundaries, led the Stars charge with former captain Darren Sammy 36 off 24 balls and captain Keiron Pollard 26 off 22, also getting among the runs in posting the daunting total.

Australian leg spinner Adam Zampa (3-27) and local seamer Oshane Thomas (3-39) got most wickets for the Tallawahs with captain Andre Russell picking up 2-48.

The Tallawahs, are currently in fourth on two points, while The Stars who are rooted at the foot of the standing without a point from two games, are seeking to break a 13-match losing skid across all seasons.

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