James Pattinson has four wickets already into the second innings © Getty Images
James Pattinson has four wickets already into the second innings © Getty Images

Skipper Steve Smith enforced the follow-on after Australia quickly mopped up the West Indies first innings to lead by 360 runs early on the third day of the first Test in Hobart. The Decision to enforce follow-on was fruitful for Smith as James Pattinson stood up and changed his way tearing apart the West Indies batting line up. Pattinson triggered the rot having Rajendra Chandrika caught by Smith in the slips for a duck. First-innings centurion Darren Bravo fell for just four when his middle stump was uprooted by Pattinson. Marlon Samuels came and went for three, caught off the bat’s handle by David Warner, and Jermaine Blackwood completed a pair of ducks when he was out the next ball, bowled by Pattinson. Wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin gave Warner his second catch of the innings off Mitchell Marsh for four. LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: Australia vs West Indies 2015-16, 1st Test at Hobart, Day 3

West Indies are 35 for five in their second innings at lunch, trailing Australia by 325 runs on the third day of the first Test in Hobart. Kraigg Brathwaite was not out on 21 is joined by  skipper Jason Holder who is on one going into lunch. The tourists were dismissed for 223 with Josh Hazlewood missing a hat-trick after dismissing Kemar Roach and Jerome Taylor with successive balls to finish with four for 45. Darren Bravo, on 94 overnight, was the last man out for 108 after raising his seventh Test century.

The West Indies innings finished on the ninth wicket down with injured fast bowler Shannon Gabriel unable to bat because of a stressed left ankle injury. Smith sent the hapless tourists back into bat in chilly conditions at Bellerive with the likelihood of the match finishing quickly. Roach was caught behind off Hazlewood on the 11th ball of the day and was congratulated by Bravo for helping him reach his century with a determined knock of 31 off 94 balls. Live Cricket Score, Australia vs West Indies 2015-16, 1st Test at Hobart, Day 3

Jerome Taylor followed with the next ball, chopping a Hazlewood delivery on to his stumps for a duck to put the Australian on a hat-trick. Hazlewood, bowling with great shape, was unlucky not to snare Jomel Warrican, who gloved just over Joe Burns’ head at short leg to see off the hat-trick attempt.

Bravo’s defiant innings came to an anti-climactic finish when he dollied a catch off Peter Siddle to Nathan Lyon at point. Bravo faced 177 balls for his hundred with 20 fours. With Gabriel unable to come out to bat, Smith quickly enforced the follow on as the Australians pressed for a quickfire victory.