Warner, determined to finish an undistinguished series on a high, reached his 16th Test century off 82 balls before a small Sydney crowd in the last rites to a frustrating Test. The buccaneering opener had a highest score of 64 in the two previous Tests as team-mates helped themselves to six centuries against the tourists' innocuous bowling attack.
Warner was hell-bent on rectifying that inadequacy and attacked the bowling from the first ball to raise his maiden ton against the West Indies.

When the match was called off at 4:50 pm local time (0550 GMT), Warner was unbeaten on 122 with Peter Nevill on seven and Australia 176 for two in reply to the West Indies' 330. The match was consigned to a draw after two days were washed out with only 86.2 overs possible before the anti-climatic fifth day.

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