Clarke bowls Australia to series victory
Michael Clarke took five wickets as Australia won the third and final Test against West Indies by 75 runs at Windsor Park on Friday.
West Indies fought to the end with captain Darren Sammy, with 61, and last man Shane Shillingford, on 31 not out, hitting their highest Test scores.
After resuming on 173 for five, West Indies were bowled out for 294 just before lunch to give Australia a 2-0 series win.
They had won the won the first Test in Barbados by three wickets while the second match in Trinidad was a rain-hit draw.
Clarke, who has yet to lose a Test as captain, took five wickets in an innings for only the second time in his career, the last being a sensational six for nine in Mumbai in 2004.
It didn't take too long for the first breakthrough of the day and it was Australia's captain that struck again.
Clarke had taken three wickets during Thursday afternoon, including the important one of Shivnarine Chanderpaul with the last ball of the day.
A cloud of dust went up when Narsingh Deonarine played at a full length ball and it ended up back in Clarke's hands and the Australians appealed for a caught and bowled.
Sammy decided to play using his natural technique and the fourth ball that he faced was smashed back over Lyon's head for a straight six.
Lyon took his first wicket of the innings thanks, largely, to an excellent catch by Ricky Ponting at mid-wicket.
Sammy then decided to attack even more and the first four balls of Clarke's next over went for 17 runs.
The ball seemed to be gravitating towards Clarke and it happened again in Lyon's next over.
Roach got an edge to a Lyon off-spinner and the Australian captain took a sensational catch, diving to his left at first slip and holding the ball just above the ground.
West Indies still needed 136 to win with just two wickets left to fall.