Showing news for 2nd Test: South Africa v Australia at Cape Town, Mar 8-12, 2002
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Mar 13, 2002: Ricky Ponting's dramatic century in Cape Town had the leadership hallmarks of a future Test skipper but he's reluctant to see it that way.
Mar 13, 2002: Shane Warne has pleaded for some recovery time on the beach in Durban after transforming his 100th Test into the most memorable match of his career.
Mar 12, 2002: All things considered, Australia could hardly have picked a better way to finish the match, clinch the series and retain the World Test Championship title
Mar 12, 2002: The slimmer Shane Warne has shown he could yet beat Muttiah Muralitharan to Test cricket's most treasured bowling record with his marathon performance in his 100th Test.
Mar 11, 2002: Justin Langer and Matthew Hayden battered open the door to a series-clinching Australian victory in the second Castle Lager/MTN Test against South Africa at Newlands, crunching a 102-run opening stand to leave the tourists requiring exactly 200 to
Mar 10, 2002: Three days into a pivotal second Test match and South Africa appear to have rediscovered the fighting spirit so sadly absent from their cricket for much of this summer
Mar 10, 2002: Adam Gilchrist wants to remain Australia's No.7 batsman even though he has moved into territory surpassed only by Don Bradman.
Mar 9, 2002: With South Africa as competitive as at any stage this summer, the second day of the second Test match at Newlands contained just about everything: aggressive Australian batting, a collapse and a 100th wicket for South Africa's Paul Adams
Mar 8, 2002: During the past four years Andrew Hall has been shot in the hand at point-blank range by a mugger and, just two months ago, been driven around in his own car with a gun pointed at his head by two hijackers