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Summary

  1. England complete 232-run win, but lose series 2-1
  2. Three wickets apiece for Anderson and Moeen
  3. Moeen takes spectacular catch at gully for England's first wicket
  4. Root declares after falling for 122; Stokes finishes 48 not out

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By Matthew Henry and Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

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    Alastair Cook

    Former England captain on The Cricket Social

    There will be some celebrations for the end of the tour. It could be the last time this group of players and coaches are together, you never know what could happen in the next seven months.

    They'll sit down and talk, those are the moments you remember. Mark Wood will remember this Test match forever.

    Jonny Bairstow and Mark Wood celebrate
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    Joe Root says this match "should be a confidence booster going into an exciting summer of cricket".

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    Joe Root and Shannon Gabriel shake hands at the end of the match...

    Gabriel
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    Alastair Cook

    Former England captain on The Cricket Social

    The World Cup and Ashes will have been on the players minds. I think it has been since the end of last year in truth. There will be a tinge of disappointment that they haven't performed to the level they know they can.

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    England didn't have a centurion in the first two matches of the series. It's little surprise that they won the game when Joe Root changed that stat with his century.

    Joe Root
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    Alastair Cook

    Former England captain on The Cricket Social

    England will be frustrated. We've seen in this Test match how well they can play. They've under performed in this series and its taken them until this third Test to play how we know they can.

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    You have to say it has been a great series.

    West Indies have been excellent. Not many expected them to end this series with the Wisden Trophy in their hands.

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    Owen Fleet: Congratulations England. I knew they could do it.

    Ben Howard: Will be a real shame if Denly isn’t a part of the Ashes squad. I think he will be a real asset.

    Rich Kisbee: A consolation victory but victory nonetheless. Onwards to the white ball series.

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    Matthew Hoggard

    Former England bowler on The Cricket Social

    We've learnt that we need to find some top order batters. It's a fantastic opportunity for county cricketers to get out there at the start of the season and get noticed by the selectors.

    It's also a wake-up call.

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    Jason Holder still looks pretty happy as he comes down from the West Indies dressing room.

    They weren't quite as good in this Test but in the first two games the Windies were brilliant.

    The hosts take the series 2-1.

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    A word for Roston Chase. He ends the day 102 not out from 191 balls.

    Well batted, sir.

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    Alastair Cook

    Former England captain on The Cricket Social

    England grafted and got stuck in and laid a platform for the rest. Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes played really well in the first innings then it was the Mark Wood show. Ever since then the result was never in doubt.

    Jonathan Bairstow and Mark Wood of England celebrate following their side"s victory during Day Four of the Third Test match between the West Indies and England
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    There's no big celebration from England. There are hugs before they turn and applaud their fans in the stands.

    A disappointing series ends on a high.

  14. ENGLAND WIN BY 232 RUNS

    Paul c&b Stokes 12 (WI 252 all out

    The game ends with another swish. This time the ball loops back to bowler Ben Stokes off the bat of Keemo Paul.

    England win!

    The England players celebrate victory as Roston Chase of the West Indies leaves the field not out
  15. WI 252-9

    Four more to Keemo Paul...

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    Simon Mann

    The Cricket Social

    Keemo Paul can clearly bat - even on one leg!

  17. WI 248-9

    And another! West Indies are going to go down swinging the bat.

  18. WI 244-9

    Stand and deliver stuff from Keemo Paul. His feet stay still but he swipes a pull for four off Ben Stokes.

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    Simon Mann

    The Cricket Social

    He's clearly incapacitated.