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Mon 20 Mar 2017
00:04:32
Highlights of the best catches from the second test between the Black Caps and the Proteas in Wellington.

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Sports Poll

As the Proteas' short format woes continue, can they record at least one victory in the remaining two T20s against India?
Yes, of course. SA can even win both
One victory will be the max
Nope, not this time