South Africa have picked up their first point of the Cricket World Cup after a washout against West Indies at Hampshire's Rose Bowl.
Only 7.3 overs were bowled after West Indies skipper Jason Holder won the toss and sent South Africa in to bat, expecting the Duckworth-Lewis run-rate calculator to come into play with heavy rain on the forecast.
West Indies paceman Sheldon Cottrell twice got to use his trademark wicket celebration — the military-style salute — when he had Hashim Amla (6) and Aiden Markram (5) caught behind to have South Africa struggling at 29-2.
South Africa opener Quinton de Kock was unbeaten on 17 and skipper Faf du Plessis was not out without scoring.
It was the second washout of the tournament, with Pakistan and Sri Lanka having to share points in Bristol last Friday.