Andre Fletcher Bio

Andre Fletcher is a West Indian cricketer who was born in Grenada on November 28, 1987. He is a part-time wicket keeper and a right-handed opening batsman. Windward Islands, St Lucia Stars, and Peshawar Zalmi are his squads.


In February 2004, Fletcher made his first-class debut for the Windward Islands against Trinidad and Tobago. In 2007, he made his List A debut for Windward Islands in a match against Guyana.

Fletcher was appointed to the West Indies Under 19 World Cup squad in Sri Lanka in 2006.

In 2008, Fletcher competed in the Stanford Super Series, a T20 tournament, for the Stanford Superstars. He hit a 60-ball 90 with three fours and seven sixes. He was selected for the National team as a result of his results.


In June 2008, Fletcher made his T20 debut for the West Indies against Australia. In the match, he scored 6 runs. The West Indies won by seven wickets. In June 2008, Fletcher made his ODI debut for the West Indies against Australia in Kingstown. In the match, Australia won by 84 runs, he scored 26 runs.

Rise to Glory

After that, he was chosen for the 2009 T20 World Cup, which was held in England. Against Australia, he crushed 53 of 32 balls in the tournament. After that, his form worsened, and he only managed to score 21 runs in seven innings, including five ducks.

His poor performance forced him to leave the national team.

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