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Last Updated:  Friday, 11 April, 2003, 17:53 GMT 18:53 UK
Windies v Australia day two
Australia's Justin Langer hits out
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Justin Langer is in superb form during the morning as Australia start day two in ominous fashion
Ricky Ponting flicks the ball to leg
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Ricky Ponting is also in excellent form as neither batsman looks troubled on a favourable batting surface
Darren Ganga and Pedro Collins of the West Indies stand with their hands on their heads in frustration after a catch is dropped
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Darren Ganga and Pedro Collins rue another dropped catch as sloppy fielding and wayward bowling hinder the West Indies
Langer salutes the crowd after reaching his hundred
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Langer salutes the crowd after reaching his 14th Test hundred and moves on to 129 not out at the lunch break
Australia's Justin Langer hits out forcing West Indies fielder Darren Ganga to take evasive action
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Langer continues to frustrate the home attack, causing West Indies fielder Ganga to take evasive action
Ponting and Langer chat in the middle of the wicket during their 248-run partnership
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After a 248-run partnership, Ponting eventually falls for 117 before Langer is fourth man out for 140
Vasbert Drakes celebrates taking an Australian wicket
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Vasbert Drakes sparks a West Indian rally, grabbing three quick wickets to leave Australia on 348 for four
Steve Waugh of Australia starts to leave the pitch as Mervyn Dillon crouches on the ground celebrating his wicket
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Steve Waugh departs just after tea for 25 as Mervyn Dillon traps the Australian captain lbw with the score on 349
Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist hits out during his innings of 77
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Gilchrist is Australia's other big run-scorer, making 77 before Australia are finally bowled out for 489 - a lead of 252
Spinner Stuart MacGill bowls for Australia in the West Indian second innings
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Stuart MacGill cannot make a breakthrough in the West Indian second innings as they close on 16 without loss, 236 behind




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