Dunsborough product Lance Morris experienced mixed fortunes in his second game for Australia, grabbing his first two wickets before suffering a side injury. The “Wild Thing” appeared short of his top speed on his one-day international debut in Melbourne but looked in better rhythm during his second game at the level in Canberra on Tuesday, touching speeds of 145 km/h. A flying catch at point by Marnus Labuschagne gave Morris his first international wicket after he drew a leading edge from West Indies number three Keacy Carty and he quickly followed up by bowling debutant Teddy Bishop for a duck. But his day took a turn for the worse when he was unable to complete his fifth over and jogged from the ground to receive medical treatment, finishing with 2-13 off 4.3 overs. Cricket Australia confirmed Morris had sustained a left side strain and would have scans “to determine the extent of the injury”, casting doubt on his participation in the upcoming Test tour of New Zealand. Australia’s eight-wicket victory clinched a 3-0 series whitewash, and the match set a record as the shortest completed ODI on Australian soil, with just 186 balls bowled.