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Day 5

625dThe Report by Brydon Coverdale

Clarke takes five in 75-run victory

Michael Clarke's second five-wicket haul in Tests helped the Australians wrap up a 75-run victory and they took the series 2-0, despite some powerful striking from the West Indies captain Darren Sammy

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

Clarke reckons Wade's a Test batsman

Australia's captain Michael Clarke has signed off from the West Indies by opening up the possibility of Matthew Wade retaining his Test place as a batsman should Brad Haddin return as the Test gloveman next summer

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

English seam on Sammy's mind

West Indies captain Darren Sammy has insisted his team can go on to success in England after again surrendering the Frank Worrell Trophy to Australia, a trophy the hosts have not held since 1995

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

A year in the life

The upward curve of the Australian team over the period of Michael Clarke's captaincy has been by no means an accidental occurrence

Day 4

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

Bravo's getting of wisdom

Darren Bravo will finish the series with memories more painful than pleasurable. But they could be the making of him

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

Learning from Chanderpaul a priority - Darren Bravo

Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Test cricket's latest 10,000-run man, is providing incalculable value to a young West Indies team by the example he sets in training and at the batting crease, Darren Bravo has said

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

Chanderpaul joins 10,000 club

Shivnarine Chanderpaul has become the 10th batsman and the second West Indian to pass 10,000 runs in Test matches, reaching the mark on the fourth day of the third Test against Australia at Windsor Park in Dominica

Day 3

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

Cowan urges critics to look beyond scoreboard

Ed Cowan has argued that critics of his and Ricky Ponting's contributions to Australia's Test series in the West Indies are not looking far enough beyond the skeletal facts of the scoreboard

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

Two exceptions prove the rule

If any two of Australia's squad could be said to have offered the least to the team's progress in the Caribbean, it was Ed Cowan and Ricky Ponting. Until the third day in Dominica

Day 2

625dThe Report by Brydon Coverdale

Wade ton puts Australia in control

Matthew Wade tightened both his grip on the Test wicketkeeping spot and Australia's grasp on the Test with a century that frustrated and demoralised West Indies on the second day in Dominica

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

Radford shores up West Indies' battered confidence

Toby Radford, the West Indies assistant coach, has denied that the confidence levels of the hosts' young batsmen are taking a battering ahead of a tour of England, in the wake of the top order struggling once again on day two in Dominica

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

Wade untroubled by Clarke's backing of Haddin

Matthew Wade has refused to lobby for the No. 1 Australia wicketkeeper's spot, even after his match-turning century against West Indies in Dominica made a compelling case for his retention at the start of the next home summer

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

Wade forces the issue

Matthew Wade's startlingly poised and powerful century on the second morning of the Dominica Test means he is no longer just keeping Brad Haddin's seat warm in the Caribbean

Day 1

625dThe Report by Brydon Coverdale

Shillingford puts West Indies on top

Shane Shillingford finished day one with four wickets and put West Indies in a strong position as the Australian batsmen struggled to handle his bounce and turn

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

An attack for England?

If West Indies can find enough runs in England in May, for the first time in some years they have an attack that may be capable of defending them

625dDaniel Brettig at Windsor Park

Highwayman Warner takes the slow lane

Like a highway traveller learning to negotiate Sydney's notorious Parramatta Rd, David Warner is finding out how to drive in heavier traffic

Others

625dESPNcricinfo staff

Starc news can warm Yorkshire

Andrew Gale, Yorkshire captain, has earmarked his county's match against Gloucestershire at Bristol on May 9 as Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc's debut for the county.

625dDaniel Brettig in Roseau

Shillingford's grandstand finish

Apart from trying to help win a Test match for the West Indies over Australia, Shillingford is playing for the right to have his name inscribed on a grandstand

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Fudadin looks to build Test career

Assad Fudadin, the batsman who is part of the West Indies squad for the third Test against Australia, has said he is looking forward to experiencing Test cricket

625dDaniel Brettig in Roseau

And then there was Ponting

The Dominica Test will be his last Australia match for six months, and Ponting is adamant the break won't dim his hunger for international cricket

623dESPNcricinfo staff

Guyana Test in doubt due to tussle

The tussle between the West Indies board and the Guyana government has put the Providence Test against Australia in doubt

West Indies 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st0AB BarathKC Brathwaite
2nd28KOA PowellKC Brathwaite
3rd17KOA PowellDM Bravo
4th110S ChanderpaulDM Bravo
5th18S ChanderpaulN Deonarine
6th7N DeonarineCS Baugh
7th26CS BaughDJG Sammy
8th28DJG SammyKAJ Roach
9th11DJG SammyR Rampaul
10th49S ShillingfordDJG Sammy