Shillingford runs through Aussies
Shane Shillingford claimed four wickets as the West Indies reduced Australia to 212-7 on day one of the third Test in Dominica.
The off-spinner claimed the wickets of David Warner, Ricky Ponting, Michael Clarke and Mike Hussey as the Baggy Greens struggled to come to terms with a surface offering both turn and bounce on Monday.
Having won in Barbados to take a 1-0 lead and with the sides drawing in Trinidad last time out, Clarke opted to take first use of the pitch to try and bat the hosts out of the game, but it did not go to plan as all the batsmen struggled to get the ball away.
Ed Cowan fell first for just a single to Ravi Rampaul, who was recalled in the absence of the injured Fidel Edwards.
Warner and Shane Watson then added 83 before the latter fell to captain Darren Sammy for 41, while Warner was caught by Kieran Powel for 50 to give Shillingford his first scalp on his home ground in Roseau.
Shillingford then ran through the talented and experienced middle order, claiming the wickets of Ponting (23), Clarke (24) and Hussey, who got an unplayable delivery and was caught at slip by Sammy for just 10.
Ryan Harris made just four before his attempted pull ended up in the hands of wicket-keeper Carlton Baugh to give Roach a well-deserved second victim and it was left to Mathew Wade, who ended the day unbeaten in 22, and Mitchell Starc, who will resume on 24, to guide the tourists to stumps without any further alarm.
But the day belonged to the home-town boy, who returned figures of 4-77, while Roach (1-43), Rampaul (1-44) and Sammy (1-32) all played their part.
Sammy's men have matched the Australians in most departments in this series but have faltered late in the matches and the hope now for the home fans is that their heroes can see off the tail quickly on Tuesday before establishing a decent first-innings lead.