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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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Sports Poll

Sri Lanka conceded an 86-run deficit on first innings in the low-scoring first test. What target will they set Australia?
100 runs or less
101-150 runs
151-200
More than 200
No target - they'll lose by an innings