Twenty20 champions West Indies another time establish console in the T20 format as they finished an otherwise forgettable tour of Australia with a 27 runs win at Brisbane on Wednesday.
Johnson Charles' 57 guided the West Indies to an impressive 191 for 6 earlier than an under power Australian team stuttered in chase. Adam Voges' quickfire fifty gave the home side hope but when he, and Shaun Marsh, were run out midway through the innings Australia required more than 10 an over to win.
Brad Haddin temporarily in danger to meet that, swiping 19 from one Narsingh Deonarine over, but the Windies bowlers reserved calm to secure win in the one-off match. Keiron Pollard was the pick of the bowlers taking 3 for 30 as Australia ended on 164 for 8.
James Faulkner, 3 for 28, attempt to slow their progress, dismissed Pollard and Dwayne Bravo in the 17th over, but Andre Russell smashed an unbeaten 23 off 11. The all-rounder and Deonarine took 17 off Coulter-Nile's last over.
Australia's chase starts badly when out of form opener Aaron Finch dismissed on before Perth Scorchers pair Marsh and Voges gradually attempted to put a winning platform in a 74 runs partnership. Voges was more fluent, reaching his half century off 31 deliveries, while Marsh was apparently gathering himself after reaching 21 off 19 deliveries.