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Last Updated: Monday, 2 June, 2003, 09:18 GMT 10:18 UK
Windies beat Aussies again
Darren Lehmann hits out on the way to scoring 107 for Australia
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Darren Lehmann leads the way, scoring 107 from just 111 balls for Australia after they win the toss and opt to bat
Opposing captains Ricky Ponting and Brian Lara chat out in the middle
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Opposing captains Ricky Ponting and Brian Lara exchange thoughts during Ponting's injury-interrupted innings
Chris Gayle plays the pull shot during his innings of 60 for the West Indies
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Opener Chris Gayle gets the Windies off to a good start, blasting 60 in their chase of 248 from 50 overs for victory
Australian fast bowler Jason Gillespie drops a catching chance offered by Wavell Hinds
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Australian fast bowler Jason Gillespie misses an opportunity to dismiss Wavell Hinds for 76, dropping a catch on the boundary
Brian Lara, the West Indies captain, plays a shot as he makes 75 not out
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Brian Lara joins Hinds at the crease following Gayle's dismissal and ruthlessly races to 75 not out from only 66 balls
Wavell Hinds celebrates reaching his ton and leading the West Indies to victory
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Hinds duly completes his ton, ending unbeaten on 103 and leading the West Indies to a third win in a row over Australia
Australia celebrate a 4-3 series win despite losing the seventh and final match
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Despite defeat Australia celebrate, having already claimed the series 4-3 after winning the first four matches

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