6.1

Dernbach to Ontong, 1 run, short and wide of the stumps, cut to point via a bottom edge, there's a slip fielding and they get a single

6.2

Dernbach to Amla, 1 run, slow legcutter, well directed and Amla flips through the leg side for just one

6.3

Dernbach to Ontong, OUT, scooped to short fine leg, and scooped up by Kieswetter! He nearly collided with Alex Hales, who was also in contention to take it - must not have heard the call. Think it was another slower ball from Dernbach and Ontong had to wait on it, miscuing as he tried to get the ball over the infield

JL Ontong c †Kieswetter b Dernbach 1 (2m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

6.4

Dernbach to Amla, no run, good bowling from Dernbach, length ball nipping away off the pitch and the batsman plays and misses

6.5

Dernbach to Amla, 1 run, full and straight, bunged straight at midwicket but they'll get through for one

6.6

Dernbach to Kallis, no run, full and outside the line of off, misses trying to nail a drive through cover

South Africa 50/5   JW Dernbach 1-0-3-1

8.1

Dernbach to Amla, 1 run, full length and very wide, manages to screw it through point

8.2

Dernbach to Kallis, no run, slower ball, Kallis waits on it but still misses, the ball lobbing over the stumps and through to the keeper - supremely well done from Dernbach

8.3

Dernbach to Kallis, FOUR, pitched up outside off, bludgeoned low through the covers and this beats the man on the rope

8.4

Dernbach to Kallis, 1 run, pitched up wide of off, drilled low to extra-cover, who does well to get behind it

8.5

Dernbach to Amla, 2 runs, full length again, slower ball and chipped down the ground straight back past the bowler

8.6

Dernbach to Amla, 1 run, slower-ball bouncer, Amla can't get any power on it, pulls along the ground through square leg and that caps the innings, probably below par ... but again the rain is falling

South Africa 77/5   JW Dernbach 2-0-12-1
Series Results
England v South Africa at Birmingham - Sep 12, 2012
England won by 28 runs
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Sep 10, 2012

Umpire Rob Bailey gives the final signal to leave the field for good, England v South Africa, 2nd NatWest T20I, Old Trafford, September 10, 2012

Umpire Rob Bailey gives the final signal to leave the field for good

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Sep 10, 2012

Luke Wright was playing his first international since June 2011, England v South Africa, 2nd NatWest T20I, Old Trafford, September 10, 2012

Luke Wright was playing his first international since June 2011

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