and that's it! It's all over, Clarke runs round from long on to take the catch as the batsman attempted to drive right over for the six
So, Australia complete a convincing victory, by 84 runs. Their total always looked daunting in the conditions and indeed West Indies fell away, although they gave their best in patches.
Chris Gayle's being interviewed now and he swears to "bounce back". Here's Ricky Ponting. "Shaun Marsh on his debut game played a beautiful innings. I thought we were a bit sloppy in the field. We expect the younger guys to come in and have some success straight away. It was great to see Shaun out there and looked in good control and he's earned the Man of the Match award today."
Marsh accepts his award. "I probably should have [got the hundred]. It's fantastic to be here. To go well was really good, to get the win was even better. I'm just enjoying every minute of it. To be part of this team is amazing, I'm loving every minute."
Thanks for joining us today and do tune in tomorrow for England's latest ODI with New Zealand and come back later in the week for the next game in this series. Until then, it's goodbye.
backs away and gives himself plenty of room to drive hard through the covers
overpitched and driven hard through mid on, cracking shot
There was a delay of about ten minutes there, by the way, while the outfield was sorted out
on the legs, looks to turn it away but it is too late
Oh no, there's some rain in the air. This will never do - it's helpful to nobody. The crowd are annoyed with the whole situation and are throwing cans around and on to the pitch. The third umpire comes round to have a word with the groundstaff. It's not clear what they're protesting at - although it's likely to be the fact that Sammy was waiting on the boundary edge, unhappy with being given out.
bowled him - although he needed confirmation from the umpire as to whether it came off Haddin's pads or the stumps, both as it happened - Sammy swishing at the air
Some spectators are leaving already - they think it's a fait accompli
banged it in short, goes for the pull, takes his eyes right off it but a thick edge flies hard and above Haddin and goes on its merry way
outside off, pulled round
defended on the front foot
some width outside off, the batsman weaves back and opens the face to run it down to third man
Lee, who's staying over, raises his eyebrows at him
ouch, takes one on the chest now as he had nowhere to go in defence
"Bob and weave time for Big Benn," notes Tony Cozier. We like
Lees come in all hostile, trying to finish things off, slamming in the bouncer and he ducks
outside off, cut hard to deep point and they chase back for two
Six and out, as it were
slower ball, and the batsman's all mixed up there, looking to play it out to the leg side but his leading edge pops up towards gully, Haddin calls it and carries on over to collect with two hands
That's been clocked at 101 metres, incidentally
comes wider and round the wicket now, just drags it short and Taylor's not shy of having a big swing - snding the ball between midwicket and mid on; great strike, very clean
forced across him again, and it's played out to backward point
slower one, pushed down off, defended it out
over the wicket, pushed out behind point
The game has an air of inevitability about it
fired this one through and just to say over the stumps, great ball to end the over
down the legs and helped on its way with a reach round, forcing the ball down to fine leg
outside off, pushed to the covers
|Arnos Vale Ground, Kingstown, St Vincent|
|Toss||West Indies, elected to field first|
|Player Of The Match|
|Series result||Australia led the 5-match series 1-0|
|Match number||ODI no. 2713|
|Hours of play (local time)||09.30 start, First Session 09.30-13.00 Interval 13.00-13.45, Second Session 13.45-17.15|
|Match days||24 June 2008 - day (50-over match)|