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    January 09, 2006

    South Africa v Australia - fourth test?

    With South Africa's score reading 20/2 in the 6th over at Brisbane, someone who had no clue about what the matter was would not be wrong in thinking that this was the fourth test of the Australia v South Africa test series.

    South Africa's end of over scores were: 4/0 in 1, 7/0 in 2, 8/2 in 3, 9/2 in 4 and 13/2 in 5. This when the master hasn't even batted. I predict him to score 30 in about even time in an utterly pointless effort. Oh, and lest we forget, South Africa were chasing the small matter of 210 runs in a Twenty20 game.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 4:02 PM |
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    This was quite a circus act, but an entertaining one all the same. Been a while since I saw so many brilliant catches and excellent run outs in the same innings, barring the dolly missed by 'Marto' of Smithy boy, Australia's fielding was literally awe-inspiring. This is one area of the game they remain light years ahead of most other nations in the world.

    I blogged about the game on Sundries too: http://www.bloxster.net/zainub/10035/

    By Blogger Zainub (09-Jan-2006, 9:30:00 PM)  

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    By Blogger Jagadish (10-Jan-2006, 12:53:00 AM)  

    I couldn't watch the game, even though we actually do have a TV in the office cafeteria. But I was following the comms on IRC. Even if Australia played awesomely, South Africa's batting progress was appalling.

    By Blogger Jagadish (10-Jan-2006, 12:53:00 AM)  


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