Steve Smith enforced the follow on for the first time in his short captaincy career after West Indies were all out for 223 in an entertaining start to day three of the first Test in Hobart.
The day began with Darren Bravo notching a century after belting two boundaries from the opening over bowled by Peter Siddle.
However the joy was short lived for Bravo, forced to watch from the other end as Kemar Roach was caught behind on 31, and then Jerome Taylor chopped his first ball back onto the stumps to leave Josh Hazlewood on a hat-trick.
Hazlewood missed out on that milestone but Siddle eventually got his revenge on Bravo, who was caught at point by Nathan Lyon to leave the Windies on 9-223, but effectively all out as team officials confirmed paceman Shannon Gabriel would not bat due to an ankle injury.
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