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Mitch Marsh was named player of the final for his superb bowling that help Australia to a tri-series triumph, while Josh Hazlewood bagged five-fer

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To make the final was tremendous: Holder

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Australia claims Caribbean tri-series in Barbados

Mitch Marsh, Matthew Wade and Josh Hazlewood the stars for Australia as the completed a 58-run victory against the West Indies in the tri-series final

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Wade fifty leads Aussie fightback

A half-century from wicketkeeper batsman Matthew Wade pushed the Australians to 270 in the tri-series final against the West Indies after middle-order wobble following a strong start

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Smith keeping ace up sleeve for final

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Gabriel will be key for us in final: Holder

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Proteas collapse as Windies reach final

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Bravo leads Windies fightback

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