Australia completed a 277-run demolition of the West Indies on the fourth day of the second Test at Sabina Park on Sunday.
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The home side was bowled out for a paltry 114 as Australia emphatically claimed the Frank Worrell Trophy 2-0.
West Indies began the day with eight wickets in hand but found themselves in big trouble when Mitchell Starc claimed his third wicket of the innings in the fifth over of the day’s play.
A full ball from Starc curled into Shane Dowrich, prompting the Australian paceman to appeal for LBW fully unaware that the ball had go on to hit the stumps.
Josh Hazlewood lifted his match haul to seven wickets after removing Darren Bravo and Jermaine Blackwood to leave the hosts languishing at 5 for 33.
Shai Hope and Dinesh Ramdin looked to have slowly begun to steady the West Indies innings before Mitchell Johnson sent Hope’s off-stump cartwheeling over the turf.
Jason Holder provided little resistance, clipping a Shane Watson to short midwicket.
With the West Indies on the verge of embarrassment at 7 for 72, Ramdin and Veerasammy Permaul put on a 49-run partnership, but it only prolonged the inevitable.
Ramdin then edged a Johnson delivery straight to the waiting hands of Michael Clarke at second slip.
Little-used spinner Nathan Lyon then handed Australia the series win after claiming the wickets of Kemar Roach and Jerome Taylor from consecutive deliveries.