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Australia 258 (Ponting 71, Ntini 5-64) and 8 for 528 dec (Hodge 203*, Hussey 58, Ponting 53) drew with South Africa 296 (de Villiers 68, Boucher 62, Lee 5-93) and 5 for 287 (Rudolph 102*, Kemp 55)
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details
Bulletin - Resolute Rudolph thwarts Australia
Verdict - Fighting the good fight
Quotes - Smith confident after marathon draw
Gallery - South Africa stick it out
News - South Africa issue complaint over crowd
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