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Sun 19 Jan 2014
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Morne van Wyk takes a tumble as he attempts a catch in the RAM SLAM T20 match between the Sunfoil Dolphins and the Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras in Durban

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With Quinton de Kock out for the remainder of the series, what changes would you like to see for the next test in PE?
Bring in Robbie P
Add another quickie, in Kagiso Rabada
Temba Bavuma should get the nod
I'll include a specialist keeper, like Thami Tsolekile