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May 24, 2003
Australia 286 for 5 (Gilchrist 84, Clarke 54*) beat West Indies 219 (Gayle 84) by 67 runs
The Australian juggernaut rumbled on with a convincing 67-run victory over West Indies in the first of ther weekend's double-header in Trinidad. It was Australia's 21st consecutive win, meant that they took the best-of-seven series 4-0 with three to play, and was never in doubt once they posted a formidable total.
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