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South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion, 1st day

South African apathy keeps Test alive

Mar 11, 2005: The opening day at Centurion Park may not have rivalled Cape Town for record breaking but it was only when South Africa were reduced to two fit bowlers that Zimbabwe looked like competing

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion

Taibu hopes for a better showing

Mar 10, 2005: When the itinerary was drawn up for Zimbabwe's two-Test tour of South Africa, there had originally been just a two-day gap scheduled between last week's Cape Town Test and the Centurion match, which gets underway tomorrow morning

Andrew Miller

South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion

Pollock and Ntini rested for second Test

Mar 8, 2005: South Africa will be without their established new-ball pairing of Shaun Pollock and Makhaya Ntini when the second Test against Zimbabwe gets underway at Centurion on Friday

ESPNcricinfo staff

India v Pakistan, World Cup, Centurion, 2003

The master blasts - Another Sachin special

Mar 1, 2005: It was billed as the match of the tournament and it lived up to the hype

Standard Bank Cup 2004-05

Watson's fantastic 142 in vain

Feb 19, 2005: A superb 122-run opening partnership between AB de Villiers and Jacques Rudolph set the Titans up for an exciting 12-run win over the Dolphins at SuperSport Park in Centurion

Keith Lane

South Africa v England, 7th ODI, Centurion

Prince trumps Pietersen to secure SA victory

Feb 13, 2005: Ashwell Prince overcame a testing spell from Steve Harmison, and Jacques Kallis continued to tick off the runs in his own unhurried manner, as South Africa survived a mid-innings blip to secure a comfortable three-wicket victory

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 7th ODI, Centurion

Last act in a compressed carnival of crcket

Feb 12, 2005: After the Durban drizzle decided the series - it's still 3-1 to South Africa with just one to play - the final match at Centurion won't quite be the nailbiting occasion the marketing men would have hoped for

The preview by Steven Lynch

South Africa v England, 5th Test, Centurion, 3rd day

England wobble among the storms

Jan 23, 2005: England ended a rain-blighted third day at Centurion on 114 for 4 in reply to South Africa's 247

The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson

South Africa v England, 5th Test, Centurion, 2nd day

Flintoff fully focussed despite injury worries

Jan 22, 2005: Andrew Flintoff quotes

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 5th Test, Centurion, 2nd day

Predictably unpredictable

Jan 22, 2005: As game-plans go, it was simple enough

The Wisden Verdict from Andrew Miller at Centurion

South Africa v England, 5th Test, Centurion, 2nd day

'I feel I let the team down'

Jan 22, 2005: AB de Villiers quotes

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 5th Test, Centurion, 2nd day

Flintoff and Jones haul England back into contention

Jan 22, 2005: A late burst from Andrew Flintoff and Simon Jones, in which five wickets tumbled for 45 runs, transformed England's day when play finally got under way at SuperSport Park

The Bulletin by Steven Lynch

January 21-26, 2005

South Africa v England, 5th Test, Centurion

Jan 21, 2005: Preview package Preview - Rain threatens the finale News - Flintoff facing operation

South Africa v England, 5th Test, Centurion, 1st day

First day at Centurion washed out

Jan 21, 2005: Rain washed out any chance of play at Centurion on the first day of the final Test between South Africa and England

The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson

South Africa v England, 5th Test, Centurion

Rain threatens the finale

Jan 20, 2005: It was a depressingly familiar scene for England's cricketers, as they arrived at Centurion to be greeted by damp overcast conditions for the third tour running

The Preview by Andrew Miller in Centurion

S Africa v West Indies, 4th Test, Centurion, 5th day

'Our top six dominated' - Smith

Jan 21, 2004: Graeme Smith attributed his side's crushing 3-0 series victory to the big strides that they had made in the batting department

Wisden Cricinfo staff

S Africa v West Indies, 4th Test, Centurion, 5th day

West Indies slump to defeat

Jan 20, 2004: For much of the day, it seemed that West Indies would be saved by bad weather, but eventually the skies cleared and South Africa cleaned up

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

S Africa v West Indies, 4th Test, Centurion, 4th day

Sarwan and Gayle halt South African charge

Jan 19, 2004: A century apiece for Ramnaresh Sarwan and Chris Gayle gave West Indies something to smile about at last, as South Africa's bowlers were made to toil on a gloomy fourth day at Centurion

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

S Africa v West Indies, 4th Test, Centurion, 2nd day

Kallis - 'the team comes first'

Jan 17, 2004: Jacques Kallis was quick to share the credit with his team-mates Graeme Smith and Herschelle Gibbs, after his fourth century in as many Tests had carried South Africa to an impregnable total of 604 for 6

Wisden Cricinfo staff

S Africa v West Indies, 4th Test, Centurion, 3rd day

West Indies stumble in follow-on

Jan 17, 2004: Makhaya Ntini picked up his third five-wicket haul of the series, and Andre Nel began his honeymoon in fairytale fashion, as West Indies were forced to follow on in the fourth and final Test against South Africa at Newlands

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller
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