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Fri 23 Nov 2012
00:01:34
Latest highlights of the second day of the second test between Australia and South Africa from Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia.

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Sports Poll

Do you find the words "batsman", "third man", "12th man" gender-specific and would you like to see it becoming gender-neutral as suggested here?
I don't think it's gender-specific and it doesn't need to change
A bit gender-specific, but it's part of the game so no change
Definitely gender-specific, and it should become neutral