Hetmyer picked up the baton in a 50-run stand with Hope only for the West Indies to lose another wicket when well-placed - Hetmyer stranded mid-pitch after being sent back by his partner to make it 149-4.
The ongoing World Cup has already witnessed a number of classic catches including Ben Stokes' brilliant grab on the boundary to dismiss Andile Phehlukwayo, Chris Woakes' diving effort to dismiss Imam-ul-Haq and Quinton de Kock's one-handed stunner to dismiss Virat Kohli but Cottrell's may just be the best of the lot.
Nathan Coulter-Nile top-scored for the Aussies with a stunning 92 from 60 balls.
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'Now that is the catch of the tournament so far, ' Vaughan said.
Coulter-Nile continued to plunder leg-side boundaries until, with a maiden century in sight, he holed out off Brathwaite - Australia's innings subsequently coming to a close off 49 overs. Wide World Of Sports' Lisa Sthalekar said the Western Australian made good on the promise that consistently earned him national selection.
"But this was his highest score in all formats, so it was the flawless day out".
Russell then got off the mark with a huge straight six off leg-spinner Adam Zampa that took the West Indies to 200 before he was well caught over the shoulder by Glenn Maxwell. The wicket was among five for Starc, who didn't beat Coulter-Nile to the Player of the Match accolade, regardless.
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Chris Gayle and Shai Hope will open the batting for West Indies, with veteran opener Evin Lewis not making the cut.
Starc was also involved in one of the game's more controversial moments, which ultimately led commentator and West Indies great Michael Holding to describe the umpires Chris Gaffaney and Ruchira Palliyaguruge as "weak" and "atrocious".
Gayle was clearly struggling to establish himself out in the middle, but managed to stuck it out, before he seemed to have nicked one to keeper Alex Carey off the bowling of Mitchell Starc.
Cottrell was no match for a searing yorker, all of which meant Starc overtook Saqlain Mushtaq as the quickest bowler to 150 ODI wickets.
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"It's not ideal for the top order to miss out and put us in that position but even with the ball we hung in there and I'm really proud of the boys today".