Australia acquired a 75-run win in the final Test against West Indies in the Dominica recently. Australia conquered a defiant West Indies captain Darren Sammy to cover up the Test on the 5th day morning, which dismissing the hosts for 294 runs in their second innings.
Captain Sammy went down fighting, performing a career-best 61 runs off just 51 balls as Sammy added 49 runs for last wicket with hometown champion Shane Shillingford who is 31 not out. Sammy’s knock included 4 boundaries and 3 sixes.
For Australia, Captain Michael Clarke took 2 wickets yesterday to inclusive his second Test 5-wicket haul, ending with 86-5 after taking some delayed treatment from Darren Sammy. Nathan Lyon took 3 wickets, which include the final scalp of Captain Sammy, to finish with 87-3 off 29.3 over.
The win means Australia acquire a 2-0 win in the 3-Test series of Frank Worrell Trophy after winning the opener in the Barbados as well as drawing the 2nd Test in the Trinidad. Michael Clarke got Australia off to an ideal start, which claiming a caught and bowled to take out Narsingh Deonarine (13) that television replays illustrated had come off the bat after striking the ground.
Nathan Lyon then chimed in from other side as Ricky Ponting snared a quick chance at the short midwicket on top of his head to out Carlton Baugh for 12.Second wicket from off-spinner also came from some outstanding fielding, through Clarke snaring a low diving attempt to his left at slip to out Kemar Roach (2).
Michael Clarke completed his 5-wicket haul when Warner held next to a skied opportunity in the outfield to out Ravi Rampaul after a quick fire 11 by Windies final batsmen.
Australia were after then made to hang around for the finishing scalp before Darren Sammy tried one huge shot, at the top-edging to Ben Hilfenhaus caught the simple chance as well as finished the Test.
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