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Mon 14 Jan 2013
00:07:00
Highlights of the fourth day of the second test between South Africa and New Zealand from Axxess St George's, Port Elizabeth.

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Sports Poll

The first day-night test in cricket's 138-year history will be played at the end of the year between Australia and New Zealand. Do you agree with Haze that this is a good move?
Yes - high time!
Not sure, hey...
No! Don't fiddle with the purest form.