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New Zealand v S Africa, 1st Test, Hamilton, 5th day

Kallis's unbeaten 150 brightens draw

Mar 13, 2004: An overcautious South Africa declared at 313 for 4 after 116 overs, giving New Zealand a target of 264 in 23 overs

The Wisden Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

New Zealand v S Africa, 1st Test, Hamilton, 4th day

Kallis leads South African resistance

Mar 12, 2004: Jacques Kallis and Herschelle Gibbs fought tooth and nail for survival on a wearing pitch, and at the end of the fourth day, South Africa were at 134 for 3

The Wisden Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

March 9-13, 2004

New Zealand v South Africa, 1st Test, Hamilton

Mar 12, 2004: Day 1 Bulletin - Two Jacques trump New Zealand

New Zealand v S Africa, 1st Test, Hamilton, 3rd day

Pitch repairs displease referee

Mar 12, 2004: The third day of the first Test between New Zealand and South Africa got off to a controversial start when the groundsman was ordered to reverse an overnight repair to the pitch

Wisden Cricinfo staff

New Zealand v S Africa, 1st Test, Hamilton, 3rd day

Styris and McCullum defy South Africa

Mar 12, 2004: A thrill-a-minute 57 from Brendon McCullum, allied to the obduracy and strength of Jacob Oram, dug New Zealand out of a hole on the third day of the opening Test against South Africa at Westpac Park

The Wisden Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran
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