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Glamorgan in desperate bid for emergency replacement

Knee injury forces Franklin to cancel Glamorgan deal

May 10, 2006: James Franklin, the New Zealand fast bowler, has pulled out of his contract with Glamorgan after a routine scan revealed a tear in his knee cartilage

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Coach says NZC is far from finding an opening solution

Bracewell laments batting experiments

May 9, 2006: John Bracewell, New Zealand's coach and convenor of selectors, has admitted that New Zealand Cricket (NZC) has made little progress towards establishing a solid opening combination

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South Africa topple New Zealand in rankings

May 8, 2006: South Africa replaced New Zealand to occupy the fifth spot in the latest ICC team rankings, following their 2-0 win in the recently concluded series between the two sides

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South Africa v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Johannesburg

Ntini relishing leader role

May 8, 2006: Makhaya Ntini, whose 20 wickets earned him the Man-of-the-Series award in the three-Test series against New Zealand, admitted that spearheading the bowling attack was special

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South Africa v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Johannesburg, 3rd day

South Africa stutter to 2-0 series win

May 7, 2006: Careless shots and a flurry of wickets aside, South Africa raced to a victory inside three days after successfully chasing down 217 to beat New Zealand in the third and final Test at Johannesburg

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South Africa v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Jo'burg, 2nd day

Kallis joins a club of two

May 6, 2006: Jacques Kallis created history when he dismissed Michael Papps to join Garry Sobers as the only player to have scored 8000 runs and taken 200 wickets in Tests

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South Africa v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Johannesburg

New Zealand fight to stay in the hunt

May 6, 2006: A rapidly fluctuating Test has been left intriguingly poised as New Zealand fought back strongly through Chris Martin and a scrapping performance from their batsmen

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South Africa v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Johannesburg

Mills in for Patel

May 5, 2006: New Zealand have recalled Kyle Mills into their side for the third and final Test against South Africa

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South African captain looks forward to the end of season

'I've been very frustrated with my batting' - Smith

May 5, 2006: Graeme Smith has said that they are looking forward to a break after a long and gruelling season.

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South Africa v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Johannesburg

South Africa in command after Kiwi collapse

May 5, 2006: Jamie How, Michael Papps and Scott Styris were all blasted from the crease for ducks, as New Zealand made a disastrous start to the third and final Test at the Wanderers in Johannesburg

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South Africa v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Johannesburg

Amla aims to be positive

May 4, 2006: Fresh from a maiden Test century at Cape Town, Hashim Amla told reporters before the third and final Test against New Zealand at the Wanderers that his team will be doing everything it can to win the match and secure the series

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South Africa v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Johannesburg

Pollock on course for Test recovery

May 4, 2006: Shaun Pollock is set to take his place in the final Test against New Zealand at Johannesburg

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South Africa v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Johannesburg

Pollock given time to recover

May 3, 2006: A decision on whether or not to include Shaun Pollock to play against New Zealand in the third and final Test at the Wanderers on Friday will be left as late as possible

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South Africa v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Cape Town, 5th day

We should have batted longer - Fleming

May 1, 2006: After the second Test had petered out into a tame draw at Cape Town, Stephen Fleming countered criticism of his decision to bat on into the third day by saying he declared too early.

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South Africa v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Cape Town

Pitch is the winner after fooling captains

May 1, 2006: Andrew McGlashan's match verdict as the second Test between South Africa and New Zealand ends in a high-scoring draw at Newlands

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South Africa v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Cape Town, 5th day

Prince and Styris enliven final day

May 1, 2006: Ashwell Prince and Scott Styris brightened an otherwise dull final day at Cape Town with two attractive innings, and Dale Steyn bowled an impressive spell, as the second Test petered out into a draw

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Tour Results
South Africa v New Zealand at Johannesburg - May 5-7, 2006
South Africa won by 4 wickets
South Africa v New Zealand at Cape Town - Apr 27-May 1, 2006
Match drawn
South Africa v New Zealand at Centurion - Apr 15-19, 2006
South Africa won by 128 runs
Rest of SA v N Zealanders at Benoni - Apr 7-10, 2006
Match drawn
South Africa v New Zealand at Centurion - Nov 6, 2005
South Africa won by 5 wickets (with 11 balls remaining) (D/L method)
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