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blackdouglas
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Takes 5 for 1 off a spell of 31 deliveries to send South Africa from 23/0 to 35/5.

SA currently reeling on 77/9 only 67 ahead.



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And, according the report I heard, that one run came from a dropped catch!


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But a very difficult chance. Nevertheless, it makes up for the disappointment of Cape Town, where England let a winning position slip and gave SA some heart. Pity it wasn't 10 wickets though – a bit careless at the end.

I was disconnected from the news for a few hours so when I was told England were 10 runs short of I victory I though was being had. I listened to the TMS commentary later. Sir Geoffrey offered this observation just after lunch when England weren't making any impression and didn't look like doing so: "If Anderson and Broad don't get a wicket soon, I'd get Finn on."

It would have been a different series with Steyn and Philander but even then SA have big problems at the moment.


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They'd still have been bowled out for 83 even with Steyn & Philander playing though I suspect.

Funniest thing is the 'best batsmen of his generation' bottling it again! Slogging a few in 50 over game against the Windies doesn't qualify as the best Mr de Villiers. More like the most overrated player of his generation



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But a very difficult chance. Nevertheless, it makes up for the disappointment of Cape Town, where England let a winning position slip and gave SA some heart. Pity it wasn't 10 wickets though – a bit careless at the end.

I was disconnected from the news for a few hours so when I was told England were 10 runs short of I victory I though was being had. I listened to the TMS commentary later. Sir Geoffrey offered this observation just after lunch when England weren't making any impression and didn't look like doing so: "If Anderson and Broad don't get a wicket soon, I'd get Finn on."

It would have been a different series with Steyn and Philander but even then SA have big problems at the moment.


As matters drew to a close Sir Geoffrey made a remark that maybe helps explain why he isn't yet "Sir" Geoffrey.

He said of one of the young batsmen whose unwise stroke deprived themselves of a "not out" that he hoped their wife or girlfriend would give them a clip round the lughole.

Geoffrey, of all people, should be more aware than most of the perils of clipping your nearest and dearest. Shocked


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But a very difficult chance. Nevertheless, it makes up for the disappointment of Cape Town, where England let a winning position slip and gave SA some heart. Pity it wasn't 10 wickets though – a bit careless at the end.

I was disconnected from the news for a few hours so when I was told England were 10 runs short of I victory I though was being had. I listened to the TMS commentary later. Sir Geoffrey offered this observation just after lunch when England weren't making any impression and didn't look like doing so: "If Anderson and Broad don't get a wicket soon, I'd get Finn on."

It would have been a different series with Steyn and Philander but even then SA have big problems at the moment.


As matters drew to a close Sir Geoffrey made a remark that maybe helps explain why he isn't yet "Sir" Geoffrey.

He said of one of the young batsmen whose unwise stroke deprived themselves of a "not out" that he hoped their wife or girlfriend would give them a clip round the lughole.

Geoffrey, of all people, should be more aware than most of the perils of clipping your nearest and dearest. Shocked



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