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Aussies rise to No. 2 spot with 47-run win
Published on :18th April 2009
Australia regained their world number two ranking with a comfortable 47-run win over South Africa in the fifth and final one-day international at the Wanderers Stadium on Friday.
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South Africa takes series despite losing last match
Published on :18th April 2009
Australia bounced back to finish the one-day international cricket series against South Africa with a convincing 47-run victory at the Wanderers. South Africa still won the series 3-2 and retained the Number 1 spot in the world ODI rankings.
 
South Africa elect to field in final ODI
Published on :17th April 2009
South Africa will be looking to end their long and fierce battle against Australia with a victory here on Friday. Graeme Smith's team has already wrapped up the series with their win in Port Elizabeth to take the five-ODI series 3-1.
 
South Africa Make Two Changes For Final ODI
Published on :17th April 2009
South Africa have made two changes to their side ahead of the fifth and final One Day International against Australia in Johannesburg on Friday (17th April). Off-spinner Johan Botha and left-arm quick Wayne Parnell will be replaced by fast bowlers Makhaya Ntini and Morne Morkel
 
Ben Laughlin returns for final ODI at the Wanderers
Published on :17th April 2009
AUSTRALIA have recalled rookie pace bowler Ben Laughlin for tonight's dead-rubber one-day international against South Africa. Australia, who trail 3-1 in the five-match series, have recalled the Queensland quick for Shane Harwood, who has returned to his Indian Premier League (IPL) side the Rajasthan Royals in Cape Town.
 
Ponting welcomes return of star players
Published on :15th April 2009
Australian cricket Skipper Ricky Ponting has welcomed the return of some of his star players following the team's 3-1 defeat in the one-day series in South Africa.
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Smith surprised by Ponting’s decision to bowl 1st
Published on :15th April 2009
South African cricket captian Graeme Smith couldn’t believe it when Ricky Ponting decided to bowl first in the Port Elizabeth one-dayer on Monday. Ponting’s decision backfired with South Africa compiling a formidable 6-317 before bowling the tourists out for 256 to claim an unbeatable 3-1 lead in the five-match series.
 
Johan Botha Reported For Second Time
Published on :15th April 2009
South African off-spinner and One Day International vice-captain Johan Botha has been reported for a suspected illegal bowling action for the second time in his career. The match officials reported him following the fourth One Day International against South Africa in Port Elzabeth
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South Africa takes third successive ODI in Port Elizabeth
Published on :14th April 2009
SOUTH Africa have beaten Australia in a one-day series for the third successive time after claiming a 61-run win in Port Elizabeth. The victory, built on a century from Herschelle Gibbs, gives the Proteas a 3-1 advantage in the five-match series and returns the top ranking to their grasp.
 
South Africa seal series with 61-run win
Published on :14th April 2009
Herschelle Gibbs made an emotional return to form as he hit a century which set up a series win for South Africa in the fourth one-day international at St George's Park on Monday.
 
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