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Thu 28 Mar 2013
00:01:28
Graeme Smith receives Reliance ICC Test Championship mace and cheque.

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Following the Durban test fiasco, should test cricket be scheduled during winter in South Africa?
Yes, but very careful consideration must be given when selecting venues
No, test cricket cannot afford these incidents