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First Test Match

South Africa v England

2005:

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 5th day

'We need to know what our best team is,' says Smith

Dec 21, 2004: 5th day Quotes

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 5th day

Vaughan praises level-headed Strauss

Dec 21, 2004: Michael Vaughan was content - but far from satisfied - as he reflected onEngland's seven-wicket victory at Port Elizabeth in the opening Test oftheir South African tour

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 5th day

Knowing how to chase

Dec 21, 2004: The Wisden Verdict

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller in Port Elizabeth

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth

Hall receives official reprimand

Dec 20, 2004: Andrew Hall, the South African allrounder, has been given an official reprimand for 'gesturing towards the pavilion in an aggressive manner' during the third day of the first Test against England

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 4th day

Breathing heavily on the road to victory

Dec 20, 2004: The Wisden Verdict

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller in Port Elizabeth

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 4th day

'We'll come out fighting,' says Pollock

Dec 20, 2004: Quotes from Simon Jones and Shaun Pollock

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 2nd day

'A hundred begging to be taken' says Butcher

Dec 19, 2004: The moods of Mark Butcher and Graeme Smith told a tale of two teams as they addressed the media at the end of the third day's play at Port Elizabeth

Andrew Miller in Port Elizabeth

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 3rd day

England's batsmen reap what they sow

Dec 19, 2004: England would happily have accepted a first-innings total of 425, if it had been offered to them in the immediate aftermath of their drubbing against South Africa A

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller in Port Elizabeth

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 3rd day

Apathy in the Sleepy City

Dec 19, 2004: It would not have been fair to pass judgment until the apathy had been exposed in all its lack of glory

The Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller in Port Elizabeth

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Pt Elizabeth, 3rd day

Honours even at St George's

Dec 19, 2004: Three wickets from Makhaya Ntini helped South Africa fight back to end the third day at Port Elizabeth on even terms

The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 2nd day

The value of knuckling down

Dec 18, 2004: Quotes from Strauss and Dippenaar

Andrew Miler

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 2nd day

The dividends of watchful accumulation

Dec 18, 2004: Andrew Strauss has added another remarkable chapter to his brief England career

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller in Port Elizabeth

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Pt Elizabeth, 2nd day

Strauss's century double puts England on top

Dec 18, 2004: A stroke-filled century from Andrew Strauss put England in control of the first Test at Port Elizabeth

The Bulletin by Steven Lynch

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 1st day

The virtue of patience

Dec 17, 2004: If it works for the Australians, then it's got to be the correct tactic

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller in Port Elizabeth

South Africa v England, 1st Test, Pt Elizabeth, 1st day

Flintoff and Hoggard grab the initiative for England

Dec 17, 2004: England took three wickets in the morning - including both Graeme Smith and Jacques Kallis for ducks - and four more in the evening session to grab the honours on the first day at Port Elizabeth

The Bulletin by Steven Lynch
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