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Derbyshire 135-6 Innings Complete v West Indies 84 (A G Botha 4-14, T Lungley 4-11)
Derbyshire beat West Indies by 51 runs
Tom Lungley and Ant Botha both took four wickets apiece as West Indies' miserable summer continued with a 51-run Twenty20 defeat by Derbyshire.
The Windies slumped to a 3-0 Test series defeat last week and are preparing for back-to-back Twenty/20 matches against England on Thursday and Friday.
But a line-up missing only the injured Shivnarine Chanderpaul and wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin of their probable team for the Oval were second best to the Phantoms, skittled out for just 84 inside 16 overs.
Derbyshire were restricted to a relatively modest 135-6 but their opponents never threatened a serious challenge after Lungley (pictured) had struck with his first two deliveries
Spinner Botha also got in on the act against opponents who gave away their wickets with a series of lazy and loose shots.
Earlier, Derbyshire sipper Simon Katich elected to bat after winning the toss.
Opener Michael Dighton looked in good form and hit four boundaries, only to be needlessly run out on 27 attempting a risky second run.
Skipper Katich weighed in with 31 before falling to a fine low caught and bowled from his Windies counterpart Chris Gayle.
Gayle collected a second wicket when James Pipe (10) holed out to long-on, but some lusty blows from Chris Taylor (28 in 25 balls) carried the final total to 135-6.
That did not look particularly competitive, but the tourists got off to a poor start with paceman Lungley striking in successive balls of his opening over and they never recovered.