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In the current South Africa-Australia series, the DRS has been called into service a few times but it hasn't been able to quell the debates over certain decisions. Rewind to South Africa's tour of Australia in 1998-99 and there was the "Mark Waugh incident" in the Adelaide Test that split opinions in the commentary box, writes Rob Houwing in Sports24.
"I think you'll find that's out," quickly said former Aussie skipper Lawry, as admirably clear-cut an assertion as you could wish for from an on-air commentator. "He's stood on his stumps; he was reeling away."
But his companion behind the mike at the time - doyen of all the Channel Niners, Richie Benaud - offered a dissenting view.
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