Warner was 90 not out off 72 balls with 10 boundaries and two sixes to provide a rare highlight in a Test frequently marred by wet weather.
Mitchell Marsh was unbeaten on 10 when a passing shower forced an early tea break. Jomel Warrican took the only wicket of the session, having Joe Burns caught by a leaping Kemar Roach at mid-on for 26.

Before lunch, the West Indies was bowled out for 330, with Denesh Ramdin progressing to 62, four days after starting his innings on day one.
Having waited five days to get to the crease, Warner wasted little time in asserting himself on the West Indies attack. He reached his half century off 42 balls with a six off Warrican and was within sight of his 16th test century at tea.

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