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Tony Cozier and John Ward

South Africa v West Indies, 1st Test, Jo'burg, 5th day

West Indies slide to defeat

Dec 16, 2003: Four wickets from Shaun Pollock helped South Africa to a comfortable 189-run win against West Indies in the first Test at the Wanderers

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

South Africa v West Indies, 1st Test, Jo'burg, 4th day

Ntini puts South Africa on course for victory

Dec 15, 2003: Makhaya Ntini took three late wickets to leave West Indies in dire straights on 31 for 3 and 346 runs in arrears at the close of the fourth day at the Wanderers

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

South Africa v West Indies, 1st Test, Jo'burg, 3rd day

Lara: 'Dravid and Laxman inspired me'

Dec 14, 2003: Brian Lara talks about his third-day hundred

Wisden Cricinfo staff

South Africa v West Indies, 1st Test, Jo'burg, 3rd day

Brilliant Lara punishes Pollock's profligacy

Dec 14, 2003: A quite superb hundred from Brian Lara was all that stood between West Indies and South Africa on the third day of the first Test at The Wanderers

The Wisden Bulletin by Martin Williamson

South Africa v West Indies, 1st Test, Jo'burg, 2nd day

Kallis hits 158 as South Africa pile up 561

Dec 13, 2003: Jacques Kallis, whose imperious 158 was his 12th Test century, lifted South Africa into a seemingly impregnable position on the second day at the Wanderers

The Wisden Bulletin by Steven Lynch

South Africa v West Indies, 1st Test, Johannesburg, 1st day

Where have all the spectators gone?

Dec 12, 2003: Where have all the spectators gone

Roving Reporter by Keith Lane at the Wanderers

South Africa v West Indies, 1st Test, Jo'burg, 1st day

Smith cashes in on perfect pitch

Dec 12, 2003: Graeme Smith said this Wanderers pitch was a belter before the match started, and right from the second ball - the first one he could reach - he set about proving it

The Wisden Bulletin by Steven Lynch
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