West Indies make Australia struggle on first day of Test
The West Indies provided another suggestion that they could be competitive in the Test series in England starting next month, as they dominated the first day of the third Test at Windsor Park in Roseau, Dominica.
Australia crawled to 212-7 at stumps, with only David Warner reaching 50, although Ricky Ponting managed one landmark as he passed Rahul Dravid's tally of Test runs to go second on the all-time list.
Spinner and local boy made good Shane Shillingford was the star of the day, with a stand at the ground being formally named after him before the start of play, before he took 4-77.
Fans booking hospitality packages for the Test at Trent Bridge can see England's leading spinner on his home ground as Graeme Swann aims to prove he is still the best slow bowler in the world.
Swann enjoyed a productive winter with the ball, which culminated in him taking ten wickets at the P Saravanamuttu Oval in Colombo as England levelled the Test series against Sri Lanka.
By Liz Johnstone