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Swann soaring after Test best

Swann soaring after Test best

Graeme Swann believes England are “back in the game” after his typically swashbuckling innings swung the momentum back in the tourists’ favour. The number nine struck a crucial 85 at Centurion.

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Fearless Swann rallies England

Fearless Swann rallies England

Justin Goulding

Graeme Swann fell within sight of a maiden Test hundred after leading a thrilling England rearguard. He hit a spirited 85 to limit South Africa's lead, which stood at 71 by the close of the third day.

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Fearless Swann rallies England

Fearless Swann rallies England

Justin Goulding

Graeme Swann fell within sight of a maiden Test hundred after leading a thrilling England rearguard. He hit a spirited 85 to limit South Africa's lead, which stood at 71 by the close of the third day...

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Mandela praises centurion Ntini

Mandela praises centurion Ntini

Makhaya Ntini has received a letter of personal congratulation, on his 100th Test appearance, from former South Africa president Nelson Mandela.

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Onions lauds Strauss contribution

Onions lauds Strauss contribution

Graham Onions admitted England were indebted to captain Andrew Strauss for helping them avoid an obvious pitfall in an awkward final session at Centurion. The tourists ended day two of the first Test on 88 for one, with Strauss unbeaten on 44.

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England begin long road to parity

England begin long road to parity

Justin Goulding

England responded to another trying day in the field by making a bright start in pursuit of South Africa’s imposing 418. The tourists closed on 88 for one after Graeme Swann had claimed five wickets.

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England begin long road to parity

England begin long road to parity

Justin Goulding

England responded to another trying day in the field by making a bright start in pursuit of South Africa’s imposing 418. The tourists closed on 88 for one after Graeme Swann had claimed five wickets.

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Swann defends England decisions

Swann defends England decisions

Graeme Swann accepts England “messed up” their decision review tactics but maintains they did not make any other errors despite South Africa gaining the upper hand on day one of the opening Test.

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Kallis calls the shots

Kallis calls the shots

Justin Goulding

Jacques Kallis hit a splendid unbeaten century to carry South Africa from a position of peril into one of some strength on the opening day of the first Test. They closed on 262 for four at Centurion.

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Kallis calls the shots

Kallis calls the shots

Justin Goulding

Jacques Kallis hit a splendid unbeaten century to carry South Africa from a position of peril into one of some strength on the opening day of the first Test. They closed on 262 for four at Centurion.

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