Result
1st Test, Hobart, Dec 10-12 2015, West Indies tour of Australia
583/4d
(f/o)
223 & 148 (36.3 ov)
Australia won by an innings and 212 runs
Player Of The Match
Australia
4:04
1y
• The Report by Brydon Coverdale

Pattinson takes five as Australia crush West Indies

James Pattinson took five wickets as Australia wrapped up their win over West Indies by an innings and 212 runs on the third day in Hobart

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Commentator: Nikhil Kalro
Scorecard summary
Australia583/4d(114 overs)1st Innings
Adam Voges*269 (285)
Shaun Marsh182 (266)
West Indies223(70 overs)1st Innings
Darren Bravo108 (177)
Kemar Roach31 (94)
West Indies148(36.3 overs)2nd Innings

2.55pm And that will be it from us here at ESPNcricinfo from this first Test. We will be back, come December 26, to take you through the next game. Until then, take care.

2.40pm Utterly dominant display by Australia, a huge win for them and they take a 1-0 series lead. Two and a half days is all it took for Australia to rack up a massive score and then get 20 WI wickets. They enforced the follow-on this morning after cleaning up the last three wickets to fall in quick time. And Pattinson set fire to WI's top order. Thereafter, an uphill task became implausible. WI, on the other hand, were not very good. They did have a few bright sparks and plenty of positives but that is all they will take away. Darren Bravo and Kraigg Brathwaite played exceptionally well for their scores but it was nowhere near enough. Plenty of time before the Boxing Day Test at MCG, and they will have to pick themselves up. Can they? Will they? Australia are left with good selection dilemmas, Usman Khawaja is expected to fit right back at No 3, but who will they drop.

Adam Voges is the Man of the Match: Fantastic to be part of another Test match win, quite fitting that they (Ponsford and Bradman) still hold the record. I'm enjoying every minute of it, I probably wear my cap around the house a bit too. It has been a bit of a transition, great to see Pattinson back in the side. We are gelling nicely as a unit, we are feeling part of the Test match unit.

Jason Holder: Tough three days for us, indisciplined on the first session and continued throughout the day. We have to be patient when we bowl. Spend some time in the middle when we bat, credit to Bravo and Brathwaite, unfortunately most of the batsmen didn't get in, and those who did, did not carry on. We have a practice game, hopefully we can make use of it. A lot of soul-searching to be done. Definitely believe in my team, have to stay together as a team.

Steven Smith: Was a good win, we fought back after being 3 for 120, the stand set us up. Voges has looked good every match he has played. He understands the game really well and it is nice to bounce a few ideas off him. Nice to have some stocks there, Hazlewood has stepped up and led the attack beautifully. Outstanding effort from Pattinson. Lyon bowled beautifully, not much assistance for him. Always great to play the Boxing Day test, always a pleasure. Hopefully we can keep it up.

Bollo: "Brathwaite (63.51% of team total) is the 4th highest of an any individual test innings. Such a pity he couldn`t score 6 more."

36.3
w
Hazlewood to Brathwaite, OUT
what a shame! An exceptional innings ends, Hazlewood gets through the defense of Brathwaite. May have been a slower ball or one that just shaped back in, Brathwaite is beaten with the swing and the stumps are rattled. The players shake hands and the Test is done, Australia complete a massive win, an innings and 212 runs
KC Brathwaite b Hazlewood 94 (165m 122b 13x4 1x6) SR: 77.04
36.2
4
Hazlewood to Brathwaite, FOUR runs
improvisation, wonderful batting. Brathwaite moves to 94. Gets under a short ball outside off and ramps it over gully for four. Terrific batting. Another safe shot
36.1
2
Hazlewood to Brathwaite, 2 runs
too straight again and tucked through midwicket for two more. Nice batting. Into the 90s now
end of over 3619 runs
WI: 142/8CRR: 3.94 
Kraigg Brathwaite88 (119)
Jomel Warrican6 (2)
Mitchell Marsh7-0-36-1
Josh Hazlewood10-3-27-2
35.6
1
MR Marsh to Brathwaite, 1 run
he is happy with one, whipped through midwicket, thought of three but he is happy with one. Keeps strike
35.5
2
MR Marsh to Brathwaite, 2 runs
straight, full on middle, clipped towards square leg, he could have been satisfied with one but he comes back for the second. 87
35.4
4
MR Marsh to Brathwaite, FOUR runs
four in four! Wow. Brathwaite on 85. Short and wide, Brathwaite flays a cut through gully and backward point for four more.
35.3
4
MR Marsh to Brathwaite, FOUR runs
too full now and clipped to the square leg boundary, Brathwaite braces to 81. All timing, just good cricketing shots these. Plays it as late as possible
35.2
4
MR Marsh to Brathwaite, FOUR runs
beautiful, shortish but not as wide, he opens the face and guides through gully, a late cut wonderfully executed. Four more
35.1
4
MR Marsh to Brathwaite, FOUR runs
another boundary, stays on the back foot and creams a punch drive through extra cover for four. He is not looking for extravagant shots, all timing. Too short
end of over 3510 runs • 1 wicket
WI: 123/8CRR: 3.51 
Jomel Warrican6 (2)
Kraigg Brathwaite69 (113)
Josh Hazlewood10-3-27-2
Mitchell Marsh6-0-17-1
34.6
4
Hazlewood to Warrican, FOUR runs
outside edge but right in the gap between third slip and gully. Good length outside off and Warrican goes for a punch but the ball splices off the edge and to the boundary
34.5
2
Hazlewood to Warrican, 2 runs
overpitched on middle, driven to wide mid-on for a couple. Good stroke, nice timing too.

Jomel Warrican, last man?

34.4
w
Hazlewood to Taylor, OUT
he is gone this time! Tries a similar shot but can only spoon it to mid-off. Dragged back a touch and the shot is a lot harder to play, he goes through with it anyway and can only lob it up to Pattinson who takes an overhead catch.
JE Taylor c Pattinson b Hazlewood 12 (18m 8b 2x4 0x6) SR: 150.00
34.3
4
Hazlewood to Taylor, FOUR runs
oh, lovely! Straight bat and smashed back over the bowler's head. Full delivery on middle but a very good cricketing shot.
34.2
Hazlewood to Taylor, no run
132 kph, another well-directed bouncer, short ball on middle and leg, Taylor is hustled as he tries to pull but the ball takes off and Taylor slips over as he is late on his pull
34.1
Hazlewood to Taylor, no run
132.4 kph, good length on off, Taylor has one foot cleared, all stumps exposed but he defends
end of over 343 runs
WI: 113/7CRR: 3.32 
Kraigg Brathwaite69 (113)
Jerome Taylor8 (4)
Mitchell Marsh6-0-17-1
Josh Hazlewood9-3-17-1
33.6
MR Marsh to Brathwaite, no run
fullish on off, spits up but Brathwaite pats it back
33.5
MR Marsh to Brathwaite, no run
good length on off, tight lines, nagging lines. Blocked
33.4
MR Marsh to Brathwaite, no run
full on off, KB looks to go after that and ends up squirting one to midwicket
Best performances - batsmen
AC Voges
269 runs (285)
33 fours
0 sixes
Control92%
Productive shot
flick
49 runs
6 fours
0 sixes
196313644205756
SE Marsh
182 runs (266)
15 fours
1 sixes
Control93%
Productive shot
flick
42 runs
2 fours
0 sixes
106211531341946
Best performances - bowlers
JL Pattinson
O
8
M
2
R
27
W
5
Eco
3.37
  • FT
  • Y
  • F
  • G
  • SG
  • S
OFFLEG
RHB
1W
1W1W
1W
LEGOFF
LHB
1W
JR Hazlewood
O
18
M
5
R
45
W
4
Eco
2.50
  • FT
  • Y
  • F
  • G
  • SG
  • S
OFFLEG
RHB
3W
1W
LEGOFF
LHB
Match details
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
TossAustralia , elected to bat first
SeriesWest Indies tour of Australia
Player Of The Match
Adam Voges
Series resultAustralia led the 3-match series 1-0
Match numberTest no. 2193
Season2015/16
Hours of play (local time)10.30am start, Lunch 12.30-1.10pm, Tea 3.10-3.30pm, Close 5.30pm
Match days10,11,12 December 2015 (5-day match)
Umpires
Ian Gould
Marais Erasmus
TV Umpire
Chris Gaffaney
Reserve Umpire
Paul Wilson
Match Referee
Chris Broad