Friday, April 28, 2006

Cricket news

The start of the second day of the second test between New Zealand and South Africa has been pushed back one hour due to early morning mist here in Cape Town. The decision by Protea captain Graeme Smith to send New Zealand in to bat first in the second Test at Newlands could possibly cost South Africa dearly in the end. Smith won the toss yesterday and decided to field – the first time a captain has done this at Newlands since 1928. The bowlers performed reasonably well, taking six wickets during the day, but the Kiwis have posted a dangerous score of 265 with four wickets still standing.


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