Andre Fletcher

West Indies
November 28, 1987 (36 years)
Wicket Keeper
Birth Place
La Tante, Grenada
Batting Style
Right Handed
West Indies
Bowling Style
Right-arm medium fast

Andre Fletcher (born 28 November 1987 in Grenada) is the Windies’ batsman. He bats right-handed and can keep wickets if needed. He appears for the Windward Islands in domestic cricket. Andre Fletcher’s older brother Sherry is a sprinter who has represented Grenada in international track and field.

Team played

West Indies, Grenada, Stanford Super Stars, Sagicor High Performance Centre, West Indies A, West Indies Inv XI, Windward Islands, West Indies Under-19, Sylhet Thunder, West Indies Cricket Board President XI, St Lucia Zouks, Peshawar Zalmi, Khulna Tigers, Bangla Tigers, Pakhtoons, Edmonton Royals, Nangarhar Leopards, Brampton Wolves, Flying Oryx

T20 Franchise and Domestic Career

Fletcher played in the 2006 U-19 World Cup held in Sri Lanka. He represented the Stanford Superstars in the Stanford Super Series. Against Middlesex, he made 90 in just 60 deliveries after opening the batting with Chris Gayle. His knock included 7 sixes and 3 fours.

In the $20-million game against England, Fletcher cracked an unbeaten 32 to earn a cool $1 million for himself. He gets run out often due to the lack of awareness about his surroundings on the pitch.

In October 2018, the Sylhet Sixers picked Fletcher for the 2018-19 BPL (Bangladesh Premier League). The Brampton Wolves selected him in June 2019 for the 2019 edition of the Global T20 Canada tourney. The St. Lucia Zouks chose him for the 2020 CPL (Caribbean Premier League).

The Melbourne Stars picked him for the 2020-21 season of the BBL (Big Bash League).

International Career

Fletcher made his T20I debut in 2008 versus Australia in Bridgetown. In the World T20I Cup in 2009, he played a memorable innings of 53 in only 32 balls. However, in his next seven innings for the Windies, he got out for zero five times due to bad form.

Fletcher was brought to international cricket by the Windies selectors without much experience in first-class matches. His technique has been solid and he earned an international call-up in 2008 versus Australia after cracking his maiden century in first-class cricket, 103 not out, for the Windward Islands versus Jamaica. He kept wicket in the Stanford 20/20 for Grenada.


Fletcher hasn’t played any Tests.


As of February 2021, Fletcher has featured in 25 ODIs, smashing 354 runs at a 14.16 average and a 64.48 scoring rate with 2 fifties. Fletcher’s highest ODI score is 54. He has taken 5 catches and effected 3 stumpings in ODIs.


Fletcher has starred in 45 T20Is to date in which he has clobbered 823 runs at a 21.64 average and a 111.51 strike rate with 6 fifties. Fletcher’s highest score in a T20I is 84 not out. He has taken 21 catches and made 1 stumping in T20Is.


Fletcher has played 71 first-class matches, stroking 3,678 runs at a 21.65 average with 5 hundreds and 22 fifties. Fletcher’s highest first-class score is 123.

List A

Fletcher has starred in 97 List A games, smashing 2,090 runs at a 22.71 average with 1 hundred and 10 fifties. Fletcher’s highest score in a List A match is 132.

T20 Stats

Fletcher has appeared in 212 T20s to date, cracking 5,097 runs at a 27.11 average and a 117.44 scoring rate with 1 hundred and 26 fifties. Fletcher’s highest score in a T20 game is 103 not out.

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