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Third Test

South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

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Neil Manthorp

Second Test

South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

2007: South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

Neil Manthorp

First Test

South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

2007: South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

Neil Manthorp

Fifth One-Day International

South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

2007: South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

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Fourth One-Day International

South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

2007: South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

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Third One-Day International

South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

2007: South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

Neil Manthorp

Second One-Day International

South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

2007: South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

Neil Manthorp

First One-Day International

South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

2007: South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

Neil Manthorp

Twenty-20 International

South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

2007: South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

Neil Manthorp

Series Review

South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

2007: South Africa v Australia, 2005-06

Neil Manthorp

Australia in South Africa 2005-06

South Africa's go-to man

Apr 8, 2006: Remember that Makhaya Ntini is a man who bowls his heart out for a living, and rides his lungs out on a mountain bike for fun. But, at the age of 28, he has made the startling discovery that he is, despite all previous suggestions to the contrary, mortal

Telford Vice

The Friday column

The new and improved Ntini

Apr 7, 2006: Makhaya Ntini has shown over the last 15 months that he can crank it up against the best batsmen in the world, while Pakistan's ability to come back from the dead was confirmed at Kandy

S Rajesh

But opener advised not to field at short leg

Langer dismisses fears of early retirement

Apr 6, 2006: Justin Langer may be forced into retirement if doctors discover any long-term damage from the head injury he sustained during the final Test in South Africa

AFP & Cricinfo staff

Australia in South Africa 2005-06

South Africa didn't deserve to win, says Ponting

Apr 5, 2006: Ricky Ponting believes that South Africa didn't deserve to win any of the six Tests the two teams have played over the last four months in Australia and South Africa

ESPNcricinfo staff

Australia in South Africa, 2005-06

Ntini carries South Africa as batting fails again

Apr 4, 2006: South Africa's marks out of ten following their 3-0 defeat to Australia

Peter English

Australia in South Africa

Clark shines as McGrath's stand-in

Apr 4, 2006: Stuart Clark was Australia's undoubted star as they wrapped up the series clean sweep and a nail-biting two-wicket success in the third Test

Peter English

South Africa v Australia, 3rd Test, Johannesburg, 5th day

Lee and Kasprowicz steal two-wicket thriller

Apr 4, 2006: Brett Lee and Michael Kasprowicz buried their Ashes nightmares with a 19-run eighth-wicket partnership to secure a gripping victory and earn a 3-0 cleansweep against South Africa

The Bulletin by Peter English

South Africa v Australia, 3rd Test, Johannesburg

Langer unlikely to bat on final day

Apr 4, 2006: It is still not certain whether Justin Langer will bat on the final day of the Johannesburg Test, even though the match itself looks like going down to the wire

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa v Australia, 3rd Test, Jo'burg, 4th day

Light gives teams chance to regroup and refresh

Apr 3, 2006: The verdict from day four of the final Test at Johannesburg, where Australia need 44 more runs to win with four wickets in hand

The Verdict by Andrew McGlashan

South Africa v Australia, 3rd Test, Johannesburg, 4th day

Ntini and Martyn set up thrilling final day

Apr 3, 2006: Both teams face a nervous wait for the conclusion of a pulsating final Test as Damien Martyn's unbeaten 93 crept Australia to within 44 of their target with four wickets left

The Bulletin by Peter English
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Tour Results
South Africa v Australia at Johannesburg - Mar 31-Apr 4, 2006
Australia won by 2 wickets
South Africa v Australia at Durban - Mar 24-28, 2006
Australia won by 112 runs
South Africa v Australia at Cape Town - Mar 16-18, 2006
Australia won by 7 wickets
South Africa v Australia at Johannesburg - Mar 12, 2006
South Africa won by 1 wicket (with 1 ball remaining)
South Africa v Australia at Durban - Mar 10, 2006
Australia won by 1 wicket (with 5 balls remaining)
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