Aus vs WI, 1st Test: Day Two in pictures

Darren Bravo scored an unbeaten 94 but despite his efforts West Indies were struggling at 207 for 6 at stumps on Day Two in Hobart against Australia. A middle-order collapse had the visitors losing five wickets for 58 runs.

Adam Voges resumed the second day on 174, and reached his maiden double-century in the company of Shaun Marsh. Photo: AP
Shaun Marsh scored 182 and departed, slogging a delivery from left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican to deep midwicket. Less than three overs later, Australia declared at 583 for 4. Photo: AP
West Indies lost an early wicket when opener Kraigg Brathwaite fell lbw to Josh Hazlewood. Photo: AP
Rajendra Chandrika, playing his second Test, scored 25 before being snaffled at slip of off-spinner Nathan Lyon. Photo: AP
The middle order failed to put up much resistance. By the time Jason Holder, the captain, was dismissed, providing Peter Siddle his first wicket, West Indies were struggling at 116 for 6. Photo: AP
Darren Bravo stuck through, however, and neared a century by close of play. Kemar Roach, at No. 8, gave him solid support as the two put on 91 runs (unbroken) for the seventh wicket. Photo: AP
Darren Bavo finished the day at 94 not out. West Indies were still behind Australia by 376 runs. Photo: AP