Australia finished the third day of the third Test against the West Indies well on top although it could have been even better as the tourists ended on 200 for six for a lead of 310 runs.
While they may be in control, the tourists will have been disappointed to have lost four wickets after tea in Dominica.
Ricky Ponting and Ed Cowan made 57 and 55 respectively with captain Michael Clarke the next highest scorer with 25 and at the close Michael Hussey was 17no alongside Ryan Harris (4no). Shane Shillingford took two more wickets to bring to eight the number of victims he has claimed so far in this Test.
Earlier, Nathan Lyon finished with four for 69 with Australia eventually ending Shivnarine Chanderpaul's dogged resistance at the crease, with the veteran batsman last out and also the hosts' top scorer with 68.
It could have been far worse as West Indies were 120 for eight at one stage on Tuesday, although Australia still started their second innings with a lead of 110. Resuming on 165 for eight, Chanderpaul and Ravi Rampaul moved the score on to 186 before the latter was caught by Warner off the bowling of Lyon.
His removal could have been avoided, Rampaul trying to hit over midwicket but instead getting a thick edge with the ball looping to Warner at point. Chanderpaul's 50 came when he lifted Ben Hilfenhaus over extra cover but, after moving on to 68, he was lbw to Mitchell Starc.
Australia started their second innings with Warner and Cowan at the crease but having cracked two boundaries, the former was gone before the break, caught at slip by Chanderpaul. Resuming after lunch on 18 for one, Australia had added just seven when they lost the wicket of Watson for five.
Ponting joined Cowan at the crease and the runs started to flow comfortably. A four off Narsingh Deonarine brought up Cowan's 50 but after adding five more runs, the same man removed the Australian with Sammy taking a superb catch.
Michael Clarke came to the crease and he and his former captain set about the West Indian bowlers. A single off Kemar Roach brought up Ponting's half-century but after adding seven more, he was caught by Chanderpaul off a top edge.
His departure left Australia on 168 for four but just three runs later Clarke was trudging back to the pavilion. Matthew Wade scored a century in the first innings but he had made just four when he was lbw to Deonarine, leaving the tourists on 196 for six with just four more scored before stumps.