A superb Steve Smith century has helped Australia to 4 for 258 after a slow start in the first day of the second Test against the West Indies at Sabina Park.
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Smith entered the crease after David Warner was dismissed for a duck, but helped steady the ship as he reached an unbeaten 135 at the close of play on the opening day.
All-rounder Shane Watson (20 n.o) also survived until stumps.
It could have been much worse for Australia however after Smith was dropped by Darren Bravo on 108, before he successfully reviewed an LBW decision on 109.
First Test hero Adam Voges looked comfortable at the crease before falling for 37 in the final session.
West Indies star Jerome Taylor was the standout bowler in the opening session after dismissing Warner (0) and Shaun Marsh (11).
Australia got on top in the second session, with captain Michael Clarke the only batsman to be dismissed after he was sent back to the pavilion on 47.
The day belonged to Smith however, with the 26-year-old producing yet another typically assured performance at Test level.