Hampshire 200 lost to Windward Islands 204-4 (36.2 overs) by six wickets

Hampshire are bottom of their Super 50 group after this defeat in Bridgetown - despite Jimmy Adams’ highest one-day score for 18 months and three more wickets for Fidel Edwards.

Captain Adams made 83 (75 balls, 11 fours, two sixes) but a relatively inexperienced Hampshire team was bowled out for 200 in 48.2 overs.

Former West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford took 4-32 from his ten overs at the Kensington Oval.

Lewis McManus (28), Brad Taylor (24) and Asher Hart (21) were the only other players to reach double figures.

Tom Alsop was out to the second ball of the match and Joe Weatherley, who was stumped in the ninth over, and Sean Ervine were both dismissed for eight by Shillingford either side of Adams’ dismissal against West Indies medium pacer Kesrick Williams.

Hampshire teenager Felix Organ was out for a two-ball duck on his List A debut at the end of the same over.

McManus and Gareth Berg (2) were out in successive overs from Shillingford, who was one of six players with international experience in the Windward side.

Hart and Taylor, who is having an excellent tour, were dismissed in back-to-back overs from slow left-armer Kaveen Hodge.

Edwards, who now has eight Super 50 wickets at 23.6 apiece, dismissed fellow former Windies internationals Devon Smith (14) and Johnson Charles (13), in successive overs.

But his ex-Windies teammates Andre Fletcher (53), and Kirk Edwards (71 not out) shared a third-wicket stand of 94 from 98 balls before he dismissed the former.

Chris Wood (10-0-30-1) was the pick of the Hampshire bowlers but Windward only needed 44 from more than 21 overs when he bowled Hodge.

Hampshire are now bottom of Group A ahead as they prepare for the second round of matches, starting against Trinidad & Tobago tomorrow.