Cricket-Australia v West Indies, third ODI - scoreboard

Wed Feb 6, 2013 11:11am GMT

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CANBERRA, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Scoreboard after Australia beat
West Indies by 39 runs in the third one-day cricket
international at Manuka Oval on Wednesday:
    Australia won the toss and elected to bat
    Australia innings
 S. Watson c Pollard b Roach         122
 A. Finch c Thomas b Sammy            38
 P. Hughes c Thomas b Sammy           86
 M. Clarke c & b Pollard              15
 G. Bailey c Pollard b Narine         44
 G. Maxwell c Pollard b Narine         4
 M. Wade not out                       4
 J. Faulkner b Dwayne Bravo            2
 M. Johnson not out                    8
 Extras (b-1, w-3, nb-2)               6
 Total (for seven wickets, 50 overs) 329
    Did not bat: M. Starc, C. McKay
    Fall of wickets: 1-89 2-201 3-242 4-284 5-299 6-317 7-321
    Bowling: Roach 9-1-72-1 (1w), Russell 5-0-41-0, Sammy
8-0-49-2 (2nb), Dwayne Bravo 7-0-39-1, Narine 10-0-55-2 (1w),
Gayle 5-0-36-0 (1w), Pollard 6-0-36-1
    West Indies innings
 K. Powell c Wade b Maxwell           47
 D. Thomas c Hughes b McKay           19
 Darren Bravo b Faulkner              86
 Dwayne Bravo b Starc                 51
 C. Gayle b Faulkner                   2
 K. Pollard run out                    9
 A. Russell c Wade b McKay            43
 R. Sarwan b Johnson                  12
 D. Sammy b Faulkner                   8
 S. Narine b Faulkner                  1
 K. Roach not out                      1
 Extras (lb-4, w-6, nb-1)             11
 Total (all out, 47.3 overs)         290
    Fall of wickets: 1-54 2-81 3-195 4-214 5-215 6-234 7-264
8-281 9-289
    Bowling: McKay 10-1-62-2, Starc 7-0-50-1 (1nb, 1w), Johnson
9-1-59-1 (1w), Faulkner 8.3-1-48-4, Maxwell 10-0-44-1 (2w),
Clarke 3-0-23-0 (2w)
    Australia won by 39 runs.
    Australia lead the five-match series 3-0.

 (Editing by Clare Fallon)

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