The Frank Worrell Trophy - 1st Test

West Indies v Australia

Australia won by 3 wickets

Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100  | Overs 101-150  | Overs 151-200

Davey Warner to bowl legspin now

50.1

Warner to Brathwaite, 1 run, the first one comes out right, dipping on him, landing leg, a touch too full, pushed to mid-on

Just the one slip catching

50.2

Warner to KA Edwards, no run, nice legbreak again, on a length, on leg, defended off the front foot

50.3

Warner to KA Edwards, no run, this pitches outside leg, Edwards sweeps, maybe because he feels safe because of the line, but misses and is hit on the pad

50.4

Warner to KA Edwards, FOUR, that's his fifty, and he reaches there is style. Tossed-up legbreak, about three stumps wide of off, he gets down on a knee, and lofts him over mid-off, with the turn

50.5

Warner to KA Edwards, no run, straighter delivery, Edwards is well forward to defend

50.6

Warner to KA Edwards, 2 runs, comes down the track, takes this on the full, and drives it straight of long-on where a Hussey dive keeps them down to two

End of over 51 (7 runs) West Indies 128/1
KA Edwards    52* (99b 8x4 1x6)      DA Warner    1-0-7-0
KC Brathwaite    48* (153b 4x4)      SR Watson    5-2-17-0

Errol Erskine: "The stands that Edwards is using is for right hand bowlers bowling around the wicker and for lefties bowling over the wickets. Like Holding said his scoring arc is smaller but it's harder to have him bowled or LBW, because he is side on covering the wicket. Willey did this with great effect against WI years ago"

51.1

Watson to Brathwaite, no run, short of a length, outside off, moves across to push this to cover

51.2

Watson to Brathwaite, no run, length ball outside off, swinging away a touch, pushed to mid-off

51.3

Watson to Brathwaite, no run, this one jags back in, from slightly wider, and hits him on the thigh pad. He beat the edge there, just got it too high for an lbw. Easily the best bowler on show today

51.4

Watson to Brathwaite, no run, yorker outside off, dug out

51.5

Watson to Brathwaite, no run, short of a length, outside off, dabbed away to point

51.6

Watson to Brathwaite, 1 run, nice little inswinger, Brathwaite is up for it, and and gets the bat down in time despite having moved across. Takes a single too, placing this wide of square leg

End of over 52 (1 run) West Indies 129/1
KC Brathwaite    49* (159b 4x4)      SR Watson    6-2-18-0
KA Edwards    52* (99b 8x4 1x6)      DA Warner    1-0-7-0

52.1

Warner to Brathwaite, 2 byes, . Warner had Brathwaite here. Simple catch dropped at slip. Oh, hang on. This is just byes. No touch on it. So he has to wait for his fifty too. This is flighted outside off, and turns away sharply, hitting nothing. Clarke doesn't collect it at slip

52.2

Warner to Brathwaite, no run

52.3

Warner to Brathwaite, no run, defended solidly off the front foot

52.4

Warner to Brathwaite, 2 runs, full toss on the pads, turned away into the leg side to bring up the half-century. Strike rate of 31, but WI don't mind it. He is concentrating hard

52.5

Warner to Brathwaite, no run, a flatter legbreak, lovely drift into the stumps, then turn away. Does well to keep it out

Warner is not half bad, I say. If he gives up bowling and works harder on legspin, I won't be surprised if he keeps his place as a bowler alone. Not that he needs to

52.6

Warner to Brathwaite, no run, another full toss, driven to mid-on

End of over 53 (4 runs) West Indies 133/1
KC Brathwaite    51* (165b 4x4)      DA Warner    2-0-9-0
KA Edwards    52* (99b 8x4 1x6)      SR Watson    6-2-18-0

Watto's testing spell ends. Siddle is back on. Twenty-three minutes to go to tea

53.1

Siddle to KA Edwards, no run, short of a length, wide of off, left alone. A loosener

53.2

Siddle to KA Edwards, FOUR, short and wide, stands tall to punch it away in front of square, through extra cover. Edwards is turning it on now

53.3

Siddle to KA Edwards, no run, another drop. Sucker ball, full and wide, swinging away, Edwards drives without reaching close to the line, and edges it. Watson can't hold on to it high at fourth slip

That's three drops now: Siddle in his follow through, Ponting at second slip, Watson at fourth

53.4

Siddle to KA Edwards, FOUR, similar delivery, full and wide, swinging away, but this time Edwards is closer to it, and drives it through extra cover for another boundary

53.5

Siddle to KA Edwards, 1 run, looks to catch him in front by slipping a straight delivery at the stumps, but despite having moved across he flicks it away off the stumps

53.6

Siddle to Brathwaite, no run, extra bounce, Siddle charging in now, short of a length, rises towards the chest, KB drops the bottom hand while fending, and keeps it down. Siddle follows through close to him, but doesn't say anything

End of over 54 (9 runs) West Indies 142/1
KC Brathwaite    51* (166b 4x4)      PM Siddle    12-6-31-0
KA Edwards    61* (104b 10x4 1x6)      DA Warner    2-0-9-0

54.1

Warner to KA Edwards, no run, no turn on this one, pitches on leg, and is defended just off the wicket

54.2

Warner to KA Edwards, no run, short of a length, punched away to straightish extra cover

54.3

Warner to KA Edwards, OUT, Warner produces the wicket. His first in Test cricket. He goes wide of the crease, the ball doesn't quite come out right, pitches short, and Edwards rocks back to hit this one somewhere. The ball turns away, though, taking the bottom part of the bat, and flies straight back at Warner, who recovers well in the follow-through to catch it low to his right

KA Edwards c & b Warner 61 (146m 107b 10x4 1x6) SR: 57.00

Edwards gets a good applause as he leaves the wicket

In comes Darren Bravo now. A short leg in to go with the slip

54.4

Warner to Bravo, 1 run, bowls the one that doesn't turn, and gets a thick edge past slip as Bravo pushes at it outside off

54.5

Warner to Brathwaite, no run, nice landing this time, on a length, on leg, turning towards middle and off, defended back to him

54.6

Warner to Brathwaite, no run, slightly shorter this time, stays back to defend it back again

End of over 55 (1 run) West Indies 143/2
KC Brathwaite    51* (168b 4x4)      DA Warner    3-0-10-1
DM Bravo    1* (1b)      PM Siddle    12-6-31-0

"Kirk Edwards showing glimpses of a good batsman. I hope next year, during these months, he will again be representing West Indies not some IPL franchise." Don't worry, Mazher, he is not the Twenty20 types. In fact I am not sure he plays limited-overs cricket for West Indies

55.1

Siddle to Bravo, no run, length ball, swinging into the pads, Bravo plays in front of the body, towards mid-on

55.2

Siddle to Bravo, 1 run, length ball on off, pushed between cover and mid-off for a single

Going back to that Warner catch, a couple of our readers - Matthew and Ishan - are not sure he was in control of his own body as he threw the ball in the air. I also doubted that at the start, but let it go once I saw the umpires were satisfied with it. I guess, something to watch out for during the highlights

55.3

Siddle to Brathwaite, no run, pushes a length ball towards mid-off

55.4

Siddle to Brathwaite, no run, slightly wider, he still reaches for it, and drives it with an open face, to the left of cover-point

55.5

Siddle to Brathwaite, no run, short of a length, this one nips back into the pads, hits him on the thigh pad

"I am offshore on the Baltic see following the Cricinfo commentary. I can't remember seeing before that 2 opening batsmen are bowling together in a test? How many times has this happened?" Another good spot. This one, by Leo

55.6

Siddle to Brathwaite, no run, tries to pull this short delivery, but it hurries onto him, and falls safe in the short midwicket region

End of over 56 (1 run) West Indies 144/2
KC Brathwaite    51* (172b 4x4)      PM Siddle    13-6-32-0
DM Bravo    2* (3b)      DA Warner    3-0-10-1

56.1

Warner to Bravo, no run, flighted on middle and leg, defended in front of short leg

56.2

Warner to Bravo, no run, nice dip on this one, around off, fullish, pushed back to Warner

56.3

Warner to Bravo, no run, nice delivery, slightly shorter, can't reach it by stretching forward half-heartedly. Defends this from the crease, hits the inside half of the bat

56.4

Warner to Bravo, no run, fuller and higher, dips too, kept out in front of leg, though

Goes round the stumps now. Not sure why, though. He has been getting good drift from over the stumps

56.5

Warner to Bravo, no run, goes for the rough, whatever little there is, actually there is a significant bit already. Bravo defends it well just outside off

56.6

Warner to Bravo, 2 runs, full on the pads now, picked away for a couple through square leg

End of over 57 (2 runs) West Indies 146/2
DM Bravo    4* (9b)      DA Warner    4-0-12-1
KC Brathwaite    51* (172b 4x4)      PM Siddle    13-6-32-0

57.1

Siddle to Brathwaite, no run, good bouncer, 140ks, chest-shoulder high, on middle, and equally well left by Brathwaite too. No periscope even. Sways away from the line

57.2

Siddle to Brathwaite, no run, not that good with this bouncer. Again chest high, again on the stumps, he fends at it, but the edge falls safe towards cover

Interesting five minutes before tea coming up

57.3

Siddle to Brathwaite, no run, another bouncer now. You can hear the Kensington Oval buzzing. Brathwaite ducks under it

57.4

Siddle to Brathwaite, no run, full ball now, swinging in towards off, Brathwaite does well, moves forward - with body weight more than feet - and pushes this to mid-on

57.5

Siddle to Brathwaite, no run, short of a length, on the stumps, solidly defended, and K Oval cheers

57.6

Siddle to Brathwaite, 1 run, the only loose ball on the over, full on the pads, helped away for a single, the crowd is enjoying this contest

End of over 58 (1 run) West Indies 147/2
KC Brathwaite    52* (178b 4x4)      PM Siddle    14-6-33-0
DM Bravo    4* (9b)      DA Warner    4-0-12-1

Last over before tea coming up

58.1

Warner to Brathwaite, 1 run, short, turns away to give him room, and he cuts it away for a single to sweeper-cover

Round the stumps to Bravo

58.2

Warner to Bravo, no run, lands in the footmarks, but short, and is punched to cover

58.3

Warner to Bravo, SIX, a bit of a Warner treatment to Warner. Flamboyant little drive. Tossed up in the rough, just outside off, within his swinging arc, and he sends it sailing over long-on

58.4

Warner to Bravo, no run, slower through the air, and Bravo defends this outside off

58.5

Warner to Bravo, FOUR, short, wide, turning in slightly - a rank poor ball you expect from part-timers - and Bravo cuts this in front of square. BCL is evoked again

58.6

Warner to Bravo, no run, this is better, the in-between length, outside off, turning in from footmarks, defended off the back foot

2.41pm That's tea then. West Indies' session again. Brathwaite continues to bat on and on. Edwards brought the impetus with some solid hitting down the ground. Warner picked up the only wicket. Two catches dropped. By Ponting off Watson, and by Watson off Siddle. We'll be back before 3pm, but I won't be there. Alex will take you through to the close. I'll see you tomorrow. Peace

End of over 59 (11 runs) West Indies 158/2
DM Bravo    14* (14b 1x4 1x6)      DA Warner    5-0-23-1
KC Brathwaite    53* (179b 4x4)      PM Siddle    14-6-33-0

Hello again, evening session about to begin with Ryan Harris the bowler...

59.1

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, short and pulled to midwicket

59.2

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, off stump and blocked

59.3

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, left outside off stump

59.4

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, tight line again and blocked into the offside

59.5

Harris to Brathwaite, 2 runs, outside off and punched away behind square past point for runs

59.6

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, leg go outside off stumo

End of over 60 (2 runs) West Indies 160/2
KC Brathwaite    55* (185b 4x4)      RJ Harris    12-2-27-1
DM Bravo    14* (14b 1x4 1x6)      DA Warner    5-0-23-1

Ben Hilfenhaus from the other end...West Indies looking to press on with their decent progress so far today...

60.1

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, nicely driven but straight to short cover

60.2

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, forward outside off to block to cover

60.3

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, 2 runs, driven from a length this time past the short fielder out towards the cover rope

60.4

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, back of a length and guided into the gully

60.5

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, forward on off stump and defended to point

60.6

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, forward and pressed into the off side again

End of over 61 (2 runs) West Indies 162/2
DM Bravo    16* (20b 1x4 1x6)      BW Hilfenhaus    14-4-29-0
KC Brathwaite    55* (185b 4x4)      RJ Harris    12-2-27-1

Clarke chopped and changed in the afternoon session, looking to plug away and try and make more inroads before the close...

61.1

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, outside off and left

61.2

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, driven to mid off on the front foot

61.3

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, left alone outside off

61.4

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, length ball and played back to the bowler

61.5

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, just outside off and punched to cover

61.6

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, tucked back to the bowler off the back foot

End of over 62 (maiden) West Indies 162/2
KC Brathwaite    55* (191b 4x4)      RJ Harris    13-3-27-1
DM Bravo    16* (20b 1x4 1x6)      BW Hilfenhaus    14-4-29-0

62.1

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, back of a length outside off and tucked to point

62.2

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, played out to point on the back foot

62.3

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, forward this time and ran out on the off side

62.4

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, 1 run, turned off the hip out to long leg

62.5

Hilfenhaus to Brathwaite, no run, length ball and pushed to mid on

62.6

Hilfenhaus to Brathwaite, no run, left alone outside off

End of over 63 (1 run) West Indies 163/2
KC Brathwaite    55* (193b 4x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    15-4-30-0
DM Bravo    17* (24b 1x4 1x6)      RJ Harris    13-3-27-1

63.1

Harris to Bravo, no run, outside off, a little bit of drift into the left hander, left alone though

63.2

Harris to Bravo, no run, left alone but this drifts in very close to the off stump

63.3

Harris to Bravo, no run, forced to play this time and driving to mid on

63.4

Harris to Bravo, no run, length ball and driven well to the fielder at cover

63.5

Harris to Bravo, no run, slower ball and pushed out to point again

63.6

Harris to Bravo, no run, reach out to drive again to point

End of over 64 (maiden) West Indies 163/2
DM Bravo    17* (30b 1x4 1x6)      RJ Harris    14-4-27-1
KC Brathwaite    55* (193b 4x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    15-4-30-0

64.1

Hilfenhaus to Brathwaite, no run, bumper and ducked under

64.2

Hilfenhaus to Brathwaite, no run, back of a length and blocked up on his toes

64.3

Hilfenhaus to Brathwaite, 1 run, back of a length again, too straight and worked down to long leg

64.4

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, 1 no ball, oversteps bowling a length ball which is cut to point

64.4

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, length and left alone outside off

64.5

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, left again outside off

64.6

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, tighter to off stump and blocked coming forward

End of over 65 (2 runs) West Indies 165/2
DM Bravo    17* (34b 1x4 1x6)      BW Hilfenhaus    16-4-32-0
KC Brathwaite    56* (196b 4x4)      RJ Harris    14-4-27-1

65.1

Harris to Brathwaite, no run, short and swayed inside

65.2

Harris to Brathwaite, 1 run, too straight and whipped out to deep square leg

65.3

Harris to Bravo, no run, left alone outside off

65.4

Harris to Bravo, no run, just back of a length and blocked into the off side

65.5

Harris to Bravo, no run, shouldered arms again

65.6

Harris to Bravo, 1 run, angled into off stump and blocked not in complete control coming forward

End of over 66 (2 runs) West Indies 167/2
DM Bravo    18* (38b 1x4 1x6)      RJ Harris    15-4-29-1
KC Brathwaite    57* (198b 4x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    16-4-32-0

I've liked the way Harris has ran in so far today, always plenty of endeavour from him...saying that, Windies have been comfortable since the break so a change afoot and Nathan Lyon is on...

66.1

Lyon to Bravo, no run, starts on leg stump and is blocked from the crease

66.2

Lyon to Bravo, no run, leg stump again from around the wicket and blocked

66.3

Lyon to Bravo, no run, outside leg stump now and off the pad

66.4

Lyon to Bravo, no run, tighter and blocked coming forward

66.5

Lyon to Bravo, no run, forward press again to defend on the leg stump

66.6

Lyon to Bravo, no run, this time middle and off and blocked

Very tidy start for Lyon, he can keep things quiet Clarke will be hoping...

End of over 67 (maiden) West Indies 167/2
DM Bravo    18* (44b 1x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    9-3-24-0
KC Brathwaite    57* (198b 4x4)      RJ Harris    15-4-29-1

Double change with Pete Siddle returning for the first time after tea...

67.1

Siddle to Brathwaite, OUT, oh got him first ball! A feather edge behind and it gives Matthew Wade his first wicket in Tests. They check the no-ball but Siddle is just about ok, very tight though and Brathwaite has to go after a painstaking innings. He worked very hard but felt for a length ball outside off and has nicked it behind, not the best use of the feet, he got a touch square up

KC Brathwaite c †Wade b Siddle 57 (275m 199b 4x4 0x6) SR: 28.64

So another set batsman goes and now we have the very essence of painstaking in at the crease with Chanderpaul taking guard...

67.2

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, outside off and left alone

67.3

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, outside off again and left

67.4

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, plays inside the line again

67.5

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, and again, and this doesn't carry through to Wade who blocks with the pads

67.6

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, outside off again and left alone

End of over 68 (wicket maiden) West Indies 167/3
S Chanderpaul    0* (5b)      PM Siddle    15-7-33-1
DM Bravo    18* (44b 1x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    9-3-24-0

68.1

Lyon to Bravo, no run, forward on middle and off to block

68.2

Lyon to Bravo, no run, forward again to defend

68.3

Lyon to Bravo, no run, little bit of grip away from the left hander as it beats the outside edge

68.4

Lyon to Bravo, no run, back of a length and Bravo shuffles back to cut to cover

68.5

Lyon to Bravo, no run, left alone outside off

68.6

Lyon to Bravo, no run, tossed up and forward to block

End of over 69 (maiden) West Indies 167/3
DM Bravo    18* (50b 1x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    10-4-24-0
S Chanderpaul    0* (5b)      PM Siddle    15-7-33-1

69.1

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, full outside off and left alone

69.2

Siddle to Chanderpaul, 1 run, back of a length and worked with the angle through square leg

69.3

Siddle to Bravo, no run, forward to drive off an inside edge into the leg side

69.4

Siddle to Bravo, no run, in behind it on off stump

69.5

Siddle to Bravo, 2 runs, pushed away through the off side with a good stride forward and they take two out towards the cover rope

69.6

Siddle to Bravo, no run, back of a length and blocked to point

End of over 70 (3 runs) West Indies 170/3
DM Bravo    20* (54b 1x4 1x6)      PM Siddle    16-7-36-1
S Chanderpaul    1* (7b)      NM Lyon    10-4-24-0

More clouds coming over the pavilion and now they're worrying about the light...

70.1

Lyon to Chanderpaul, no run, leg stump and turned around the corner to square leg

70.2

Lyon to Chanderpaul, FOUR, poor ball down leg and it's swept away very fine down to the boundary

70.3

Lyon to Chanderpaul, 2 runs, swept again, taken off the stumps this time down to deep backward square

70.4

Lyon to Chanderpaul, no run, forward on middle and off to block

70.5

Lyon to Chanderpaul, 2 byes, bounce from out of the rough outside off stump, comes off the keeper's glove and away for byes

70.6

Lyon to Chanderpaul, 1 run, this time too straight and worked out to the deep fielder with a shuffle on the crease

End of over 71 (9 runs) West Indies 179/3
S Chanderpaul    8* (13b 1x4)      NM Lyon    11-4-31-0
DM Bravo    20* (54b 1x4 1x6)      PM Siddle    16-7-36-1

I'm sure it's not cold out in Barbados but the bikini-clad promotional girls do look a touch out of place with this cloud cover...

71.1

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, left outside off

71.2

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, off stump and a length and defended

71.3

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, full and Chanderpaul doesn't get forward but defends from the crease

71.4

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, back of a length and worked into the leg side

71.5

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, angled in from around the wicket to leg stump and blocked

71.6

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, pushed forward outside off to cover

End of over 72 (maiden) West Indies 179/3
S Chanderpaul    8* (19b 1x4)      PM Siddle    17-8-36-1
DM Bravo    20* (54b 1x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    11-4-31-0

The groundstaff are certainly prepared for rain, macs on like they're in a Gene Kelly film...

72.1

Lyon to Bravo, no run, forward outside off and blocked

72.2

Lyon to Bravo, no run, left alone outside off stump, bounces again out of the rough

72.3

Lyon to Bravo, no run, off stump and forward to block again

72.4

Lyon to Bravo, no run, held back a touch and it slides on to the batsman who defends hurridly

72.5

Lyon to Bravo, no run, tossed up on off stump and blocked forward

72.6

Lyon to Bravo, no run, flatter and blocked into the off side

21.20 GMT Here comes the rain and the mac boys are on with the covers...it didn't look disastrous weather and i'm sure we'll be back out shortly...
21.40 GMT Still off for rain at the moment and i'm told it's not looking too clever...also concerns about the light...

22.00 GMT Play has officially been called off for the day...so the decent progress that West Indies had made has just been checked by the weather. They lost two players when well set in quite cheap fashion which they will be disappointed with but they're still in a good place. As are Australia who plugged away well and will come back tomorrow looking to get stuck into the lower order. The report and reaction coming up and my colleagues and I will see you tomorrow for day two...

End of over 73 (maiden) West Indies 179/3
DM Bravo    20* (60b 1x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    12-5-31-0
S Chanderpaul    8* (19b 1x4)      PM Siddle    17-8-36-1

All right. Shiv Chanderpaul and Darren Bravo walk out to begin facing Australia on day two. P Siddy will bowl the first over of the day. Seven overs to go to the new ball. Round the stumps

9.25am It is an overcast morning today, but it's not coming down so we are expecting a start in five minutes. It did rain in the morning, though, for a bit. It is getting darker as we speak. There are a few impressions left on the pitch by the foot marks of the follow-throughs. Except for that, no major batting concerns

9.20pm Australia dropped three catches yesterday, and their fielding coach, Steve Rixon, is working in IPL as we speak, with Chennai Super Kings. You can't blame Steve, though. He is just a contractor with Cricket Australia, not a full-time employee. The struggle, the tug-of-war, between IPL and Tests, though, for resources, players, time on calendar, continues

9am Welcome to day two at Kensington Oval. We are in for an early start, at 9.30am, because of the rain interruption yesterday. This is turning out to be a tough fight for wickets, especially considering the price West Indies are putting on their wickets. This is Sidharth Monga, and I will be joined by Alex Winter later during the day

73.1

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, angling in, Chanderpaul shuffles across to push to midwicket

73.2

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball wide outside off, left alone

Two slips and a gully for Chanders

73.3

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball, just outside off, pushed towards mid-on

73.4

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, defends a length ball outside off with an open face

73.5

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, bouncer, well down leg, Shiv goes low and shuffles inside the line of it

73.6

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, just outside off, defended with an open face, towards point

End of over 74 (maiden) West Indies 179/3
S Chanderpaul    8* (25b 1x4)      PM Siddle    18-9-36-1
DM Bravo    20* (60b 1x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    12-5-31-0

Bravo, too, uses the bail to mark his guard. Lyon will share the ball. Sun peeps out. One slip and a short leg in

74.1

Lyon to Bravo, no run, short of a length, turns away towards off, defended to cover

74.2

Lyon to Bravo, no run, slightly shorter, Bravo rocks back to cut, Watson makes a diving save at cover-point

74.3

Lyon to Bravo, no run, fuller, straighter, defended back to Lyon

74.4

Lyon to Bravo, no run, tossed up on the pads, Bravo cautious in defence back to Lyon

74.5

Lyon to Bravo, no run, flighted nicely again, he push-drives this to cover-point

74.6

Lyon to Bravo, no run, flighted on off, another defensive shot into the cover region

"I wonder what KP thinks of Chanderpaul's shuffle across the crease..." Forget that, Adam. Imagine Shiv C executing a switch hit

End of over 75 (maiden) West Indies 179/3
DM Bravo    20* (66b 1x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    13-6-31-0
S Chanderpaul    8* (25b 1x4)      PM Siddle    18-9-36-1

75.1

Siddle to Chanderpaul, 1 run, short, doesn't get too far up, pulled away, along the ground, for a single to long leg

75.2

Siddle to Bravo, 1 leg bye, short again, into the body, looks to tuck away, but gets an extra off the thigh pad

75.3

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, angling in towards off, defended back to him

75.4

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball, just outside off, defended towards cover

75.5

Siddle to Chanderpaul, FOUR, nicely guided away, Siddle can have hands on head all he wants. Short of a length, outside off, just two slips in place, and Chanderpaul dabs it between slips and gully

75.6

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, full, just outside off, defended square on the off side

End of over 76 (6 runs) West Indies 185/3
S Chanderpaul    13* (30b 2x4)      PM Siddle    19-9-41-1
DM Bravo    20* (67b 1x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    13-6-31-0

76.1

Lyon to Bravo, no run, flighted around off, defended in front of the body, to off

76.2

Lyon to Bravo, no run, this is pitched closer to him, and he pushes it back to Lyon

76.3

Lyon to Bravo, 2 runs, only just short of a length, and he rocks back early to punch it between point and cover-point. A stiff little effort from Hilfenhaus at point there

76.4

Lyon to Bravo, no run, fuller and straighter, defended back to Lyon

76.5

Lyon to Bravo, no run, full on off, slight turn, defended watchfully back

76.6

Lyon to Bravo, no run, invites him again, this time Bravo drives, powerfully at that, but can't beat short cover

End of over 77 (2 runs) West Indies 187/3
DM Bravo    22* (73b 1x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    14-6-33-0
S Chanderpaul    13* (30b 2x4)      PM Siddle    19-9-41-1

77.1

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, on off, shuffles to cover the line, and defends

"Well, when he first faces up, the keeper is standing at Shiv's fine leg. Surely that's not fair!" That's interestingly put, Adam. Imagine, though, his switch hit. Will first shuffle, and then open up on the other side to an extent that the keeper is now at third man, and then shuffle again? What a sight that will be

77.2

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, leaves this alone outside off

77.3

Siddle to Chanderpaul, 1 no ball, shuffles outside off to push this length ball to cover. Siddle over-steps this time

77.3

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball, angling in towards off, Shiv covers the line, pushes it to cover

77.4

Siddle to Chanderpaul, 2 runs, slower ball, 125ks, but pitched too far up, and Shiv presents it the full face of the bat to push it between mid-on and the bowler

77.5

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball outside off, shapes away, Chanders pushes inside the line, making the bowler think he has beaten him. Can't be wronger, though

77.6

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, defends this length delivery towards mid-on, covering the angle well

End of over 78 (3 runs) West Indies 190/3
S Chanderpaul    15* (37b 2x4)      PM Siddle    20-9-44-1
DM Bravo    22* (73b 1x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    14-6-33-0

"On the 4th ball of that last Lyon over, was there not a pad-bat which looked absolutely plumb, with no excitement from the inexperienced bowler or keeper, or the cricinfo commentator? Tell me if I am wrong." Andrew, like the bowler, I too thought there was no pad involved

78.1

Lyon to Bravo, no run, flighted on middle and leg, defended back

78.2

Lyon to Bravo, no run, even straighter, pitching perhaps outside leg, turning towards the stumps, pushed back again

78.3

Lyon to Bravo, no run, this is turning towards off, defended to cover

78.4

Lyon to Bravo, FOUR, the square cut in front of square. Short again, turning away, giving him room, and he cuts it between short cover and mid-off. In the air for a bit, but in the gap too

78.5

Lyon to Bravo, no run, flighted on middle and off, defended back to him

78.6

Lyon to Bravo, FOUR, short again, and Bravo introduces him to the regulation cut, placing this between point and cover-point, and this time it is all along the ground

End of over 79 (8 runs) West Indies 198/3
DM Bravo    30* (79b 3x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    15-6-41-0
S Chanderpaul    15* (37b 2x4)      PM Siddle    20-9-44-1

Looking at the Lyon has gone, this could be the last over with this ball. Hilfenhaus replaces Siddle

79.1

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, 1 run, nice shape, swinging in late, pitching on a length, on middle and leg, but Shiv nudges it off the pads for a single

79.2

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, pushed wide outside off this time, left alone

79.3

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, 1 run, swing into the pads again, Bravo gets the bat down in time too, taking a single wide of mid-on. A mild applause for the 200

79.4

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, angling across, Shiv's bat stays inside the line

79.5

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball, on the pads, worked away, but can't beat square leg

79.6

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, around off, defended to cover. And the new ball is due

End of over 80 (2 runs) West Indies 200/3
S Chanderpaul    16* (41b 2x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    17-4-34-0
DM Bravo    31* (81b 3x4 1x6)      NM Lyon    15-6-41-0

The new ball is expectedly taken. Ian Gould drop-kicks it to Nathan Lyon for Ryan Harris to take it. Redemption Song plays in the background. Two slips and a gully in place

80.1

Harris to Bravo, no run, slight shape into the pads, but too straight, pushed to midwicket

80.2

Harris to Bravo, no run, wide half-volley, driven square on the off side, but Warner dives at point to keep them down to no runs

80.3

Harris to Bravo, no run, length ball outside off, angling away, left alone

80.4

Harris to Bravo, no run, short of a length, on the stumps, pushed back to Harris

80.5

Harris to Bravo, no run, full, wide, swinging away from him, and Bravo has nothing to do with it

80.6

Harris to Bravo, no run, length ball, starts on off, angles away, takes the outside half of the bat, but goes to point along the ground

End of over 81 (maiden) West Indies 200/3
DM Bravo    31* (87b 3x4 1x6)      RJ Harris    16-5-29-1
S Chanderpaul    16* (41b 2x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    17-4-34-0

Hilfenhaus will continue with the new ball. two slips and a gully in place

81.1

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, starts outside off, angles further away, left alone

81.2

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, wider outside off, and Shiv C is not going after it

81.3

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, this one swings back in, but Chanders covers it well, and tucks it to square leg

81.4

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, FOUR, that familiar Chander dab. Short of a length, outside off, Chanders opens the face late, has to drop the wrists to keep it down, and places it perfectly between slips and gully. A touch of extra bounce

81.5

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, more extra bounce, this is slightly fuller, Chanders looks to defend, but it hits him on the knuckles of the top hand and the head rocks back. The ball falls safe, though

81.6

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, pushes inside the line of this delivery well outside off

End of over 82 (4 runs) West Indies 204/3
S Chanderpaul    20* (47b 3x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    18-4-38-0
DM Bravo    31* (87b 3x4 1x6)      RJ Harris    16-5-29-1

82.1

Harris to Bravo, no run, length ball, stumps to stumps, no movement, defended to leg

82.2

Harris to Bravo, no run, wider now, Bravo doesn't go chasing

82.3

Harris to Bravo, no run, length ball, on leg, angling towards middle and off, defended solidly to leg

82.4

Harris to Bravo, no run, short of a length, around off, angling away, extra bouncer for him, 138ks. Bravo doesn't play at it

82.5

Harris to Bravo, no run, more extra bounce from a length just outside off, but Bravo doesn't play at it

82.6

Harris to Bravo, no run, short of a length, angling towards off, Bravo gets behind it to defend

End of over 83 (maiden) West Indies 204/3
DM Bravo    31* (93b 3x4 1x6)      RJ Harris    17-6-29-1
S Chanderpaul    20* (47b 3x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    18-4-38-0

Sun is out now

83.1

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, shaping in towards middle and leg, defended to leg

83.2

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, fuller, middle and leg, shaping in, defended to leg. Chanders right behind it

83.3

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, this one starts wide, angling away, and Shiv doesn't play at it

83.4

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball, wide outside off, Shiv doesn't play at it

83.5

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, shaping in towards off, defended to cover

83.6

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, opens the face on a length ball around off, but this time he finds gully. Played all along the ground, though

End of over 84 (maiden) West Indies 204/3
S Chanderpaul    20* (53b 3x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    19-5-38-0
DM Bravo    31* (93b 3x4 1x6)      RJ Harris    17-6-29-1

Round the wicket goes Harris

84.1

Harris to Bravo, no run, full and wide, Bravo doesn't go after it

Thirteen deliveries without a run for Bravo

84.2

Harris to Bravo, FOUR, quality shot. Length ball, angling in, he drives it at the top of the bounce, with an open face, placing it between point and cover-point. All along the ground

84.3

Harris to Bravo, FOUR, and another. This is a half-volley, Bravo covers the angle, and square-drives it again. Bravo turning it on after that quiet watchful period

84.4

Harris to Bravo, no run, short of a length now, Bravo is right behind it in defence

84.5

Harris to Bravo, no run, movement in for Harris, nearly squeezes through, but Bravo gets an inside edge that falls safe to leg

84.6

Harris to Bravo, 2 runs, a strange inside edge. Full and wide, Bravo drives at it, and the inside edge of the toe of the bat goes dead square on the leg side for two runs

End of over 85 (10 runs) West Indies 214/3
DM Bravo    41* (99b 5x4 1x6)      RJ Harris    18-6-39-1
S Chanderpaul    20* (53b 3x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    19-5-38-0

85.1

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, 1 run, length ball outside off, seams away a touch, but Shiv has it covered, and places it wide of cover for a single

Bravo hasn't been at this end for a while. Not since the new ball has been taken, at any rate. He marks a fresh guard

85.2

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, Hilfy slips in a bouncer, leg-stump line, Bravo is quick to duck under it

85.3

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, another bouncer, he is quite sharp with them. This is bowled at 143.4ks. Bravo duckes under it again, but is hurried into doing so. One for the over

85.4

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, length ball outside off now, Bravo pushes forward before shouldering arms

85.5

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, length ball around off, pushed to point with an open face

85.6

Hilfenhaus to Bravo, no run, slight swing into the pads, pushed to midwicket

Time for drinks now. We will have one more water break before lunch

End of over 86 (1 run) West Indies 215/3
DM Bravo    41* (104b 5x4 1x6)      BW Hilfenhaus    20-5-39-0
S Chanderpaul    21* (54b 3x4)      RJ Harris    18-6-39-1

"Sitting in the crowd next to a few Aussies, one person after Bravo's boundary a couple of overs ago said 'Bravo!' and started clapping. I couldn't help laughing." Darren Finnman, I thought by now you would have had enough of the Bravo puns. Meanwhile Chanders pounds that bail again to mark a fresh guard

86.1

Harris to Chanderpaul, no run, full on off, pushed to mid-on

"Shivnarine Chanderpaul (1292 runs in 16 Tests) is 47 runs away from being the highest run-getter at this venue Kensington Oval, Bridgetown. Current record holder is Brian Lara (1339 runs in 15 Tests)." As usual, Mazher Arshad is ever reliable with statistical nuggets

86.2

Harris to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, outside off, kicks off, but Chanders is not playing at it

86.3

Harris to Chanderpaul, no run, full on off, driven with an open face, goes to short cover on the bounce

86.4

Harris to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball on off, covers the line well, pushes it to mid-off. So exasperated is Harris with the wall-like Chanderpaul he takes a tumble in the followthrough

86.5

Harris to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball, pitches outside leg, angling towards the stumps, defended back to him

86.6

Harris to Chanderpaul, no run, bouncer, way too short wasted on Shiv C, who ducks under it without any trouble

End of over 87 (maiden) West Indies 215/3
S Chanderpaul    21* (60b 3x4)      RJ Harris    19-7-39-1
DM Bravo    41* (104b 5x4 1x6)      BW Hilfenhaus    20-5-39-0

Siddle replaces Hilfenahus now. Over the wicket with the new ball

87.1

Siddle to Bravo, 1 run, starts with a full delivery on the pads, Bravo nudges it away into the leg side

87.2

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, finally a leading edge from the shuffling Chanderpaul. Just short of a length, pitched on leg, Shiv is slightly early, but the edge falls safe , well short of cover

87.3

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, reaches out for this full and wide delivery, is almost squatting by the time he makes contact, but the ball hardly leaves the ground as it goes to point

87.4

Siddle to Chanderpaul, 2 runs, length ball, on off, he meets it with a straight bat, and times it well between Siddle and mid-on. Easily done. Fifty for the partnership too

87.5

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, angling towsards off, pushed to cover

87.6

Siddle to Chanderpaul, 1 run, this one gets big on him from just short of a length, but Shiv drops the bottom hand, and keeps this fend down, and takes a single to fine leg

End of over 88 (4 runs) West Indies 219/3
S Chanderpaul    24* (65b 3x4)      PM Siddle    21-9-48-1
DM Bravo    42* (105b 5x4 1x6)      RJ Harris    19-7-39-1

Another fresh guard for Shiv C. That poor bail. Harris goes round the stumps

88.1

Harris to Chanderpaul, no run, half-volley, angling in, driven to mid-off

88.2

Harris to Chanderpaul, FOUR, silent little cover-drive. A mere push to a length delivery outside off. But the angle of the face of the bat places it between cover-point and cover perfectly. He has taken four, and not many would have realised in the ground

88.3

Harris to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, into him, defended to leg

88.4

Harris to Chanderpaul, 1 run, pushes this lenght delivery wide of mid-off for a single

88.5

Harris to Bravo, no run, short of a length, angling in towards middle and off, pushed towards midwicket

88.6

Harris to Bravo, no run, full toss outside off, Bravo gets an inside edge on the drive, and then moves back towards the stumps to cover them just in case, but the ball has bounced towards mid-on, well away from the stumps

End of over 89 (5 runs) West Indies 224/3
DM Bravo    42* (107b 5x4 1x6)      RJ Harris    20-7-44-1
S Chanderpaul    29* (69b 4x4)      PM Siddle    21-9-48-1

89.1

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball, angling away from just outside off, pushed back to Siddle

89.2

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, half-volley outside off, the bat jams on it, doesn't get any timing, and the ball limps towards short cover

89.3

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, angling towards just outside off, he defends it solidly

89.4

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, Leading edge. Short of a length, on the pads, Chanders turns the face close a little too early, but the edge doesn't carry to gully

89.5

Siddle to Chanderpaul, FOUR, another leading edge, but soft hands again. Full delivery, just outside off, Chanders reaches out, but the edge flies wide of gully

89.6

Siddle to Chanderpaul, 1 run, this is pitched outside leg, and he works this away without trouble for a single

End of over 90 (5 runs) West Indies 229/3
S Chanderpaul    34* (75b 5x4)      PM Siddle    22-9-53-1
DM Bravo    42* (107b 5x4 1x6)      RJ Harris    20-7-44-1

Shane Watson gets the 10-over-old ball. For me, he was the most dangerous bowler yesterday

90.1

Watson to Chanderpaul, 1 run, begins with an offcutter that starts outside leg, and Shiv works this away to long leg for one

Two gullies and one wide slip in place. And a short cover too

90.2

Watson to Bravo, no run, length ball outside off, pushed with an open face, to square gully

90.3

Watson to Bravo, no run, length ball, pitches leg, angles towards off, defended to cover

90.4

Watson to Bravo, no run, fuller, offcutter, on the pads, defended to midwicket

90.5

Watson to Bravo, no run, short of a length, well outside off, angling away, left alone

90.6

Watson to Bravo, no run, short of a length, angling towards just outside off, pushed to cover

End of over 91 (1 run) West Indies 230/3
DM Bravo    42* (112b 5x4 1x6)      SR Watson    7-2-19-0
S Chanderpaul    35* (76b 5x4)      PM Siddle    22-9-53-1

91.1

Siddle to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball, just outside off, defended to cover

Two slips and two gullies in place

91.2

Siddle to Chanderpaul, 1 run, fuller, on off, pushed to the left of mid-off for one

91.3

Siddle to Bravo, FOUR, Siddle produces another loose shot. Full and wide, Bravo chases it with no feet, the edge scoops over the gullies

91.4

Siddle to Bravo, FOUR, loose again. Short of a length, just outside off, Bravo is not near it, but flashes at it, and the edge flies over the cordon. That's fifty for Bravo. I think this innings has featured three back-to-back boundaries, and long spell sof patience in between

91.5

Siddle to Bravo, no run, length ball, just outside off, holding its line, but Bravo doesn't play at this one. Playing only at the wider deliveries

91.6

Siddle to Bravo, 1 run, slower ball, 118ks, but ends up being a high full toss on the stumps. Bravo's head falls back, but he manages to drive it for a single to deep cover. Well, hello. Bravo didn't make his crease, doesn't touch down, assumes the single us made, and walks back to talk to Chanders. Should be called a short run. Or maybe not. he eventually went back into the crease to face the ball, so the single was completed then. But Australia did have a run-out opportunity

End of over 92 (10 runs) West Indies 240/3
DM Bravo    51* (116b 7x4 1x6)      PM Siddle    23-9-63-1
S Chanderpaul    36* (78b 5x4)      SR Watson    7-2-19-0

"I'm sick of seeing Watto being bowled as a part timer when he is so much better than that. Bowled brilliantly in the one day series and yesterday too. I don't care if they move him down the order, as long as I get to see more of Watson with ball in hand." Find self agreeing with James Herr

92.1

Watson to Bravo, no run, a yorker just outside off, out back to him

Well, hello. That single off the last ball of the last over. Bravo didn't make his crease, doesn't touch down, assumes the single us made, and walks back to talk to Chanders. Should be called a short run

92.2

Watson to Bravo, no run, defended with an open face towards cover

92.3

Watson to Bravo, no run, left alone outside off

92.4

Watson to Bravo, no run, length ball wide outside off, left alone

92.5

Watson to Bravo, no run, bouncer, just outside off, doesn't play at it

92.6

Watson to Bravo, no run, wide length ball, doesn't play at it

End of over 93 (maiden) West Indies 240/3
DM Bravo    51* (122b 7x4 1x6)      SR Watson    8-3-19-0
S Chanderpaul    36* (78b 5x4)      PM Siddle    23-9-63-1

Hilfenhaus is back

93.1

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, just outside off, defended off the back foot

93.2

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, wider this time, no need to play at it

93.3

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball, outside off, shaping in a bit, doesn't play at it

93.4

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, well outside off, left alone, bounces in front of Wade

93.5

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball well wide of off, doesn't play at it

93.6

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, closer to the stumps, Shiv covers the minuscule swing, and defends it back

End of over 94 (maiden) West Indies 240/3
S Chanderpaul    36* (84b 5x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    21-6-39-0
DM Bravo    51* (122b 7x4 1x6)      SR Watson    8-3-19-0

"There must be some mistake ... you guys are making it look as if Shiv has a higher strike rate than Bravo ... please rectify ... thanks." Saeed Rasul can't believe the facts he sees

94.1

Watson to Bravo, OUT, Watto finally gets one. Length ball, pitched on off, shapes away a bit, Bravo is committed to the shot, and manages only an outside edge. This one goes neither short, nor over. Neither right not left. Straight to gully

DM Bravo c Hussey b Watson 51 (170m 123b 7x4 1x6) SR: 41.46

Narsinh Deonarine is in

94.2

Watson to Deonarine, no run, full ball on the stumps, driven back to Watson

94.3

Watson to Deonarine, no run, nice bouncer. Watson lets him know too. Just outside off, neck-high. Deonarine has to be sharp in getting his gloves out of the way. Watson follows through right up to the batsman

94.4

Watson to Deonarine, no run, short of a length, pushed to cover, gets right behind this one

94.5

Watson to Deonarine, no run, length ball outside off, left alone

94.6

Watson to Deonarine, no run, short of a length, well outside off, angling away, left alone

End of over 95 (wicket maiden) West Indies 240/4
N Deonarine    0* (5b)      SR Watson    9-4-19-1
S Chanderpaul    36* (84b 5x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    21-6-39-0

"we saw it sid.say bye to the job." Do you have a screenshot, David? And for the rest, this is no in-joke. I had typed :shit" for "shot" a while ago, and corrected it too

95.1

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, outside off, no shot offered

95.2

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, wide delivery, too far outside off to interest him

95.3

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, starts well wide, angles away, Wade collects it

95.4

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, gets closer to the stumps with this length delivery, but not close enough to make him play

95.5

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, wide length ball again, and Wade earns his wages again

95.6

Hilfenhaus to Chanderpaul, no run, this wasn't an over, this was a tree - full of leaves. Another one left alone well outside off

Just as well that the umps have called for drinks

End of over 96 (maiden) West Indies 240/4
S Chanderpaul    36* (90b 5x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    22-7-39-0
N Deonarine    0* (5b)      SR Watson    9-4-19-1

"You also did type "fully" instead of "gully" if two mistakes doesn't cost your job... I don't know what will" Ankush should be given the job of the Hawk Eye in the new version of DRS

96.1

Watson to Deonarine, FOUR, those gullies continue to stay interested. Wide half-volley, ND goes for a drive without any feet movement. The ball hits a foot mark, takes the edge, and flies over gully

"I am utterly appalled and disgusted at Cricinfo's profanity and shall hereby report you to the internet police. Now, where are they.. err.. maybe i will just try the local police station." Rob Noah goes all nanny

96.2

Watson to Deonarine, no run, short of a length, angling away, pushed to gully

96.3

Watson to Deonarine, 3 runs, more in control of this drive. This is pitched on a length, closer to off, ND is closer to it, and drives it with an open face, along the ground, past point

96.4

Watson to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, outside off, kicks off a bit, but Shiv is not even close to that delivery

96.5

Watson to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball, on the pads, pushed to midwicket

96.6

Watson to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, outside off, angling away, no shot offered

End of over 97 (7 runs) West Indies 247/4
S Chanderpaul    36* (93b 5x4)      SR Watson    10-4-26-1
N Deonarine    7* (8b 1x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    22-7-39-0

Mango has the evidence here

97.1

Hilfenhaus to Deonarine, 4 leg byes, that's a brute. This nasty short delivery has come out of nowhere. Pitches short of a length and takes off. Has ND jumping to stay away from it. Four leg-byes off the arm, to fine leg

97.2

Hilfenhaus to Deonarine, no run, fuller, just outside off, left alone

97.3

Hilfenhaus to Deonarine, no run, short, not too wide, punched away to short cover-point

97.4

Hilfenhaus to Deonarine, no run, leaves this short delivery alone outside off

97.5

Hilfenhaus to Deonarine, no run, Shiv sends him back. Full ball, driven wide of mid-off, easy single available, but Shiv has his hand up like a traffic cop, and ND has to go back

97.6

Hilfenhaus to Deonarine, no run, floated wide outside off, and Wade has more work to do

End of over 98 (4 runs, maiden) West Indies 251/4
N Deonarine    7* (14b 1x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    23-8-39-0
S Chanderpaul    36* (93b 5x4)      SR Watson    10-4-26-1

98.1

Watson to Chanderpaul, no run, bouncer, angling wide of off, Chanders doesn't play at it. Called one for the over

98.2

Watson to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball just outside off, but Chanders leaves it alone as nonchalantly as one would leave Harmison's first delivery of a new Ashes

98.3

Watson to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball on the pads, pushed towards mid-on

"Windies looking vulnerable after Bravo's dismissal. The similarities with Lara continue?" Still early days for ND, Stefan. And Shiv is there still

98.4

Watson to Chanderpaul, no run, bouncer again, but too short to make Shiv play

98.5

Watson to Chanderpaul, no run, short of a length, starts outside off, angles further away, no shot offered

98.6

Watson to Chanderpaul, no run, length ball around the sixth-stump line, which by Shiv standards is too wide to make him play

End of over 99 (maiden) West Indies 251/4
S Chanderpaul    36* (99b 5x4)      SR Watson    11-5-26-1
N Deonarine    7* (14b 1x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    23-8-39-0

Harris comes back

99.1

Harris to Deonarine, no run, left alone outside off

"Dont worry Cricinfo, we all make them (mistakes)...it just makes you human for once :)" Thank God for what's inside those brackets, Caino

99.2

Harris to Deonarine, no run, another length ball too wide to make ND play

99.3

Harris to Deonarine, no run, short of a length, outside off, angles away, pushed with an open face to point

99.4

Harris to Deonarine, FOUR, short of a length, into the rib area, tucked away nicely, to the left of fine leg for four

99.5

Harris to Deonarine, no run, short of a length, around off, defended to gully

99.6

Harris to Deonarine, no run, length ball, not too wide, but ND covers the stumps with a Ponting-style lunge, and then shoulders arms

End of over 100 (4 runs) West Indies 255/4
N Deonarine    11* (20b 2x4)      RJ Harris    21-7-48-1
S Chanderpaul    36* (99b 5x4)      SR Watson    11-5-26-1
Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100  | Overs 101-150  | Overs 151-200
Series Results
West Indies v Australia at Roseau - Apr 23-27, 2012
Australia won by 75 runs
West Indies v Australia at Port of Spain - Apr 15-19, 2012
Match drawn
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Australia won by 3 wickets
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Apr 11, 2012

Ben Hilfenhaus hit the winning run for Australia, West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Barbados, 5th day, April 11, 2012

Ben Hilfenhaus hit the winning run for Australia

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Apr 11, 2012

The Australians run through for their winning single, West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Barbados, 5th day, April 11, 2012

The Australians run through for their winning single

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