Stand-in batsman Adam Voges hit a first ODI century to lift Australia to a fighting 274 for 5 wickets in the 5th and last game against the West Indies at the MCG on Sunday.
Batting at # 5, the 33-year-old brought up his century off 98 balls and ended unbeaten on 112.
Voges only came in at the last minute to substitute the hurt George Bailey but played the fine role despite being a fringe player in the 6 years since he made his debut.
West Indies, trying to avoid a 5-0 series whitewash.
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