Cricket-Australia v West Indies, fifth ODI - scoreboard

Sun Feb 10, 2013 5:33pm IST

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MELBOURNE, Feb 10 (Reuters) - Scoreboard after Australia
beat West Indies by 17 runs in the fifth and final one-day
international on Sunday at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Australia won the series 5-0.
    
    West Indies won the toss and elected to bowl first.
   
    Australia innings 
 S. Watson b Best                       0 
 A. Finch c Narine b Best               1  
 P. Hughes c Pollard b DJ Bravo        29  
 S. Marsh c Thomas b DJ Bravo          40 
 A. Voges not out                     112  
 B. Haddin c Powell b Roach            43                 
 J. Faulkner not out                   31     
 Extras (b-1 lb-9, w-7, nb-1)          18 
 Total (five wickets, 50 overs)       274 
 Did not bat: M. Johnson, B. Cutting, C. McKay, X. Doherty 
 Fall of wickets: 1-0 2-2 3-63 4-82 5-193  
 Bowling: Best 10-1-71-2 (w-5), D. Sammy 10-1-37-0, Roach
10-0-52-1 (1-nb), Narine 10-1-27-0, DJ Bravo 8-0-62-2 (1-w),
Pollard 2-0-15-0   
    - -
    West Indies innings 
 
 J. Charles c Cutting b McKay       100 
 K. Powell c Finch b Johnson          2 
 DM Bravo c Faulkner b Doherty       33  
 DJ Bravo b Johnson                  13 
 K. Pollard c Finch b Faulkner       45
 N. Deonarine c Haddin b Cutting      4  
 D. Thomas run out                   19
 D. Sammy c Haddin b McKay           23 
 S. Narine b Johnson                  0
 K. Roach not out                     2
 T. Best c Coulter-Nile (sub) b McKay 0   

 Extras (b-1, lb-6, w-9)             16 
 Total (all out, 49.5 overs)        257
 Fall of wickets: 1-7 2-113 3-129 4-182 5-186 6-228 7-234 8-246 
9-257
    Bowling: McKay 9.5-0-52-3 (w-3), Johnson 10-1-50-3 (w-2),
Cutting 10-0-53-1 (w-1), Faulkner 10-0-47-1 (w-1), Doherty
9-0-46-1 (w-1), Finch 1-0-2-0 

 (Compiled by Ian Ransom; Editing by Pritha Sarkar)
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