Chris Wood’s second one-day five-fer was not enough to prevent Hampshire from losing their last game to finish bottom of their Super 50 group.

Wood took 5-38, which is surpassed only by his 5-22 against Glamorgan in 2012 as his best in List A competition.

But despite that, and another impressive performance from Fidel Edwards (9-0-51-4), the Windward Islands managed 293 thanks largely to West Indies star Andre Fletcher’s career-best 132.

Hampshire were bowled out for 157 in reply after good starts from captain Jimmy Adams (30), Sean Ervine (34) and Lewis McManus (35) before Wood continued his fine game with a 28-ball 24.

Windward’s win earned them a semi-final against Guyana while Kent finished second in group B to earn a last-four clash against Barbados tomorrow.

The final is on Saturday.

Adams finished the tournament as Hampshire’s top scorer (285 runs at 40.71) ahead of Joe Weatherley (216 at 36.33) and Brad Taylor (198 at 39.6).

Only West Indies spinners Shane Shillingford (21 at 12.6) and Sunil Narine (20 at 9.25) took more wickets than Edwards’ 16 at 19.4.

Hampshire’s three Ws - Wood (ten at 18.6), Wheal (nine at 30) and Weatherley (eight at 25.5) - took 27 wickets between them.