Champions League Twenty20 - 14th match, League A

Eagles v Somerset

Eagles won by 5 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)

3.50pm kendal from South Africa: "Strong South African presence in this Somerset team ... hopefully will help them now that Tres had to go home..pity that, but well done for trying and a speedy recovery!"

After the two teams shake hands, Eagles go into a huddle. Justin Langer and Craig Keiswetter stride out. The camera pans around the stands, and sadly there is hardly anyone to watch. The music continues to boom at the ground though.

3.40pm Both teams haven't carried any points from the previous round, so a defeat today will push them to the brink of elimination.

Have you seen Cricinfo's fun microsite Page 2? Today's goodies include: Harbhajan Singh on his best Aussie mate, his dancing skills, and his burning batting ambition. Sue de Groot on why Twenty20 is ideal for the ladies. Andrew Hughes offers solutions to the problem of tied games: dance-offs, anyone?

Andy from the UK: "Somerset are up against here, but the stage is set for one of the less known names to produce something magic, hopefully with the bat as no one but de bruyn has passed 31. Come on you Sabres!" And just to leave you in no doubt, he signs off with "Die hard fan".

Toss: Dippenaar spins and the coins runs away several yards, making Sanjay Manjrekar, the captains and match referee Venkatraghavan chase after it. When they reach it, it is revealed that Somerset have won, and they will bat. Wes Durston will take Trescothick's place.

Dippenaar isn't too bothered at losing the toss since the match will mostly be played in the day. Victor Mpitsang misses out today, replaced by Shadley van Schalkwyk. Also, Dillon du Preez in sitting out because of injury, so Jandre Coetzee gets a game.

Btw, this is Siddarth Ravindran on commentary, with Raghav and Sanjay on scoring.

3.20pm Hello and welcome to Cricinfo's coverage of the first match of the day between Somerset and Eagles. Somerset have, of course, been hit by the loss of one of their key batsmen, Marcus Trescothick. They are up against the team which sent the other English representatives out, courtesy the one-over Eliminator.

Andrew Symonds says the pace is slowly going out of the pitch in Hyderabad, and predicts that 160 will be a good score.

0.1

Coetzee to Kieswetter, FOUR, Coetzee starts with a good delivery, nips in after pitching just outside off, gets an outside edge, which runs away past the keeper

0.2

Coetzee to Kieswetter, 1 no ball, free-hit coming up, oversteps by a big way, an overpitched ball, punched to short cover

0.2

Coetzee to Kieswetter, FOUR, Keiswetter backs away and throws his bat at a back of length ball, lower hand comes off the bat in the effort but there's enough behind it to sail over point for four, tow bounces before crossing the ropes

0.3

Coetzee to Kieswetter, no run, much better from Coetzee, again a hint of inward movement after pitching, pushed back to the bowler

0.4

Coetzee to Kieswetter, no run, Kieswetter charges down the track, can't get to the pitch of the ball, so he can only punch it back towards the bowler

0.5

Coetzee to Kieswetter, no run, again Kieswetter waltzes out of his crease, Coetzee does well, following him, not giving any room to free the arms, blocked by the batsman

0.6

Coetzee to Kieswetter, no run, this one is full and just outside off, inside-edged onto the pads this time

End of over 1 (9 runs) Somerset 9/0 (RR: 9.00)
C Kieswetter    8* (7b 2x4)      J Coetzee    1-0-9-0
JL Langer    0* (0b)     

1.1

de Villiers to Langer, no run, CJ de Villiers, the hero for Eagles in the eliminator, starts with a great ball, a yorker on legstump, squeezed out by Langer

1.2

de Villiers to Langer, 1 run, on the pads again, slightly shorter, Langer whips it in front of square leg for a single

1.3

de Villiers to Kieswetter, 1 wide, loses his line, way down the leg side

1.3

de Villiers to Kieswetter, no run, Kieswetter comes well down the track, and moving towards leg, de Villiers responds with a superb delivery, shortish and well outside off, the batsman can't reach it

1.4

de Villiers to Kieswetter, OUT, got him this time, pitching on a length and coming in, hits Kieswetter in front of middle, height's not a problem either, the umpire's finger is up in a jiffy, barely any footwork from Keiswetter there

C Kieswetter lbw b de Villiers 8 (9b 2x4 0x6) SR: 88.88

Arul Suppiah is the new batsman, one slip in place

1.5

de Villiers to Suppiah, 1 wide, too far outside off, he'll have to re-bowl that

1.5

de Villiers to Suppiah, OUT, de Villiers is on fire here, continuing the form of the Eliminator, he gets Suppiah lbw now, again the ball was slanting in, hits the batsman's pads between middle and off, he's got to go

AV Suppiah lbw b de Villiers 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

1.6

de Villiers to de Bruyn, no run, shortish ball outside off, and a rare sight in Twenty20s, the batsman shoulders arms

End of over 2 (3 runs) Somerset 12/2 (RR: 6.00)
Z de Bruyn    0* (1b)      CJD de Villiers    1-0-3-2
JL Langer    1* (2b)      J Coetzee    1-0-9-0

2.1

Coetzee to Langer, 1 leg bye, length ball on the pads, strikes Langer on the pads (it was sliding down leg), the ball rolls down the pitch, a very tight single is taken

2.2

Coetzee to de Bruyn, 1 run, length ball outside off, chopped towards gully

2.3

Coetzee to Langer, 3 runs, fullish ball, just outside off, clipped past mid-on, great timing, the fielder have a long chase before cutting that off

2.4

Coetzee to de Bruyn, no run, back of a length ball on off, punched firmly towards mid-off off the front foot

2.5

Coetzee to de Bruyn, 1 run, short of length, keeping it on offstump, the batsman backs away and steers that towards third man

2.6

Coetzee to Langer, no run, last ball of the over is played back to the bowler off the back foot

End of over 3 (6 runs) Somerset 18/2 (RR: 6.00)
JL Langer    4* (5b)      J Coetzee    2-0-14-0
Z de Bruyn    2* (4b)      CJD de Villiers    1-0-3-2

3.1

de Villiers to de Bruyn, no run, de Bruyn follows the Keiswetter formula, charging out early and swings at the ball, misses

3.2

de Villiers to de Bruyn, no run, this time he stays in the crease and flashes at a short-of-length ball just outside off, again he doesn't connect

3.3

de Villiers to de Bruyn, no run, shorter still from de Villiers, angling into legstump, de Bruyn inside edge onto his pad

3.4

de Villiers to de Bruyn, OUT, de Bruyn is gone, de Villiers gets three, not a great delivery, short and wide, de Bruyn flatbats it, mistimed and it lobs to mid-off for an easy catch

Z de Bruyn c AP McLaren b de Villiers 2 (8b 0x4 0x6) SR: 25.00

3.5

de Villiers to Langer, 1 leg bye, length ball just outside leg, strikes Langer on the pads and dribbles towards short midwicket

3.6

de Villiers to Hildreth, no run, nicely shaping away after pitching outside off, left alone by Hildreth

End of over 4 (1 run, wicket maiden) Somerset 19/3 (RR: 4.75)
JC Hildreth    0* (1b)      CJD de Villiers    2-1-3-3
JL Langer    4* (6b)      J Coetzee    2-0-14-0

Shadley van Schalkwyk into the attack

4.1

van Schalkwyk to Langer, 1 no ball, Schalkwyk starts with a no-ball, another free-hit

4.1

van Schalkwyk to Langer, FOUR, Langer comes down the track and swipes that back of length ball for four towards midwicket

4.2

van Schalkwyk to Langer, no run, down the leg side, hits Langer's pads and bobbles behind square, thinks of a run but decides against it

4.3

van Schalkwyk to Langer, no run, fuller this time and outside off, pushed towards the bowler

4.4

van Schalkwyk to Langer, FOUR, Somerset isn't going to defend just because they have lost wickets, Langer looks to mow an outside-off ball towards midwicket, gets a top edge fine of third man for four

4.5

van Schalkwyk to Langer, no run, length ball on middle and leg, Langer tries to force it past the bowler, the bat turns as he plays the shot and he mistimes it to mid-on

4.6

van Schalkwyk to Langer, no run, back of length, just outside off, Langer rocks back and cuts it to cover point

End of over 5 (9 runs) Somerset 28/3 (RR: 5.60)
JL Langer    12* (13b 2x4)      SC van Schalkwyk    1-0-9-0
JC Hildreth    0* (1b)      CJD de Villiers    2-1-3-3

Ryan McLaren takes over from de Villiers

5.1

R McLaren to Hildreth, 4 leg byes, he also starts with a poor ball, going down leg, deflects off the batsman's pads, just wide of the keeper for four

5.2

R McLaren to Hildreth, no run, shortish and wide, carved towards backward point off the back foot

5.3

R McLaren to Hildreth, no run, a swing and a miss outside off, no footwork at all from the batsman, stuck on teh crease as he pokes at the ball, misses

David from Australia: "After 4 overs, Somerset's best batsman had only faced 6 balls. The others need to rotate the strike more rather than looking for the hero shot."

5.4

R McLaren to Hildreth, FOUR, short and very wide, Hildreth helps it behind backward point and wide of third man for four, a hit-me ball that

5.5

R McLaren to Hildreth, FOUR, another rare sight, poor fielding from a south African outfit, it was almost a repeat of the previous delivery, just a touch less wide, Hildreth plays it fine, third man should have cut that off but misfields

5.6

R McLaren to Hildreth, no run, much better ball from McLaren, fuller and closer to off, Hildreth shoulders arms

End of over 6 (12 runs) Somerset 40/3 (RR: 6.66)
JC Hildreth    8* (7b 2x4)      R McLaren    1-0-8-0
JL Langer    12* (13b 2x4)      SC van Schalkwyk    1-0-9-0

Spin is in, Thandi Tshabalala has the ball, he's bowling from round the stumps

6.1

Tshabalala to Langer, OUT, no bad start for him, the very best start for him, in fact, he yorks Langer, who misses the ball which goes on to hit middle and leg stump

JL Langer b Tshabalala 12 (14b 2x4 0x6) SR: 85.71

Andy though Somerset were up against it at the start, what about now?

Switches to over the wicket

6.2

Tshabalala to Trego, 1 run, length ball is eased past cover for a single

6.3

Tshabalala to Hildreth, 1 run, on middle and off, driven with the spin towards long-on

6.4

Tshabalala to Trego, 2 runs, shortish and outside off, the batsman rocks back and glides it to backward point

6.5

Tshabalala to Trego, 1 run, fullish, on middle and off, drilled along the ground to long-off

6.6

Tshabalala to Hildreth, no run, a touch shorter and outside off, the batsman whips it to the leg side, but can't beat short midwicket

Dhaval Vasava is happy/sad/relieved that Langer is out: "oh, Langer, Hildreth and Ryan Mclaren are in my fantasy team.... If batsmen make runs, i am loosing my points and viceversa..."

End of over 7 (5 runs) Somerset 45/4 (RR: 6.42)
JC Hildreth    9* (9b 2x4)      MS Tshabalala    1-0-5-1
PD Trego    4* (3b)      R McLaren    1-0-8-0

7.1

R McLaren to Trego, 1 leg bye, angling into the pads, batsman nudges it towards square leg

7.2

R McLaren to Hildreth, 1 run, punched towards mid-on for another single

7.3

R McLaren to Trego, no run, McLaren keeping it simple, length balls just outside off, punched back to the bowler

7.4

R McLaren to Trego, no run, this time it is sliding onto leg, the batsman tries to work it to square leg, can't time the ball

7.5

R McLaren to Trego, 1 run, into middle and leg, eased towards mid-on for a single

7.6

R McLaren to Hildreth, 2 runs, slightly fuller ,again the angle takes it towards leg, flicked past a diving short midwicket for a couple, Somerset's 50 is up

End of over 8 (5 runs) Somerset 50/4 (RR: 6.25)
JC Hildreth    12* (11b 2x4)      R McLaren    2-0-12-0
PD Trego    5* (7b)      MS Tshabalala    1-0-5-1

8.1

Kruger to Trego, no run, starts with a no-nonsense back of length ball on off, defended by the batsman

8.2

Kruger to Trego, 1 run, fuller, and on middle and leg, the batsman checks his on-drive, the ball is in the air for a bit, but it lands well before reaching mid-on

8.3

Kruger to Hildreth, no run, reverts to back of length outside off, slashed towards backward point

8.4

Kruger to Hildreth, 1 run, same length, line is on leg this time, tucked towards midwicket

8.5

Kruger to Trego, no run, looks for the booming extra-cover drive, inside-edges the ball onto his pads

8.6

Kruger to Trego, OUT, this tournament has seen some great caught-and-bowled catches, add one more to the list, Trego bunts a fullish ball to the bowler's left, just below shoulder height, Kruger sticks out his left hand, the ball sticks, Trego is out

PD Trego c & b Kruger 6 (11b 0x4 0x6) SR: 54.54

End of over 9 (2 runs) Somerset 52/5 (RR: 5.77)
     AK Kruger    1-0-2-1
JC Hildreth    13* (13b 2x4)      R McLaren    2-0-12-0

9.1

Tshabalala to Hildreth, no run, length ball, defended back towards the bowler

9.2

Tshabalala to Hildreth, 1 run, eased past the bowler this time, for a single to long-on

9.3

Tshabalala to Durston, no run, Tshabalala keeping things quiet, again the ball is punched back to the bowler

9.4

Tshabalala to Durston, 1 run, length ball outside off, worked towards mid-on

9.5

Tshabalala to Hildreth, no run, slightly shorter, and wider, blocked back to the bowler off the backfoot

9.6

Tshabalala to Hildreth, 1 run, strays onto the pads, clipped towards midwicket for a single

End of over 10 (3 runs) Somerset 55/5 (RR: 5.50)
JC Hildreth    15* (17b 2x4)      MS Tshabalala    2-0-8-1
WJ Durston    1* (2b)      AK Kruger    1-0-2-1

10.1

Kruger to Hildreth, no run, length ball just outside off, pushed towards short cover

10.2

Kruger to Hildreth, 1 run, shorter ball, on middle and leg, tucked towards midwicket for an easy single

10.3

Kruger to Durston, no run, it's like the middle over of an ODI here, length ball is driven to short cover, dots and singles are all Somerset are getting

10.4

Kruger to Durston, 1 run, a bit of width, guided down to third man for a single

10.5

Kruger to Hildreth, 1 run, nearly a run-out, pushed towards Rossouw extra cover, he picks up and throws at the non-striker's end, a direct hit would have meant another wicket, the throw is wide though

10.6

Kruger to Durston, FOUR, a pressure-relieving boundary, outside off, dabbing past a diving third man

End of over 11 (7 runs) Somerset 62/5 (RR: 5.63)
WJ Durston    6* (5b 1x4)      AK Kruger    2-0-9-1
JC Hildreth    17* (20b 2x4)      MS Tshabalala    2-0-8-1

11.1

Tshabalala to Hildreth, 1 wide, missed stumping, down the leg side, the batsman was out of the crease as he looked to flick that, van Wyk takes his time to get the ball cleanly in his gloves, the batsman is back in by then

11.1

Tshabalala to Hildreth, 2 runs, tossed up outside off, Hildreth sweeps it to deep square leg

11.2

Tshabalala to Hildreth, 1 run, clipped to square leg for a single

11.3

Tshabalala to Durston, FOUR, a powerful reverse-sweep, great connection, and that's a boundary

11.4

Tshabalala to Durston, 1 run, ets forward and eases a slow delivery down to long on

11.5

Tshabalala to Hildreth, no run, on the pads, turned behind to short fine leg, can't beat the fielder

11.6

Tshabalala to Hildreth, 1 run, tossed up, full ball, eased to long-on for a single

End of over 12 (10 runs) Somerset 72/5 (RR: 6.00)
JC Hildreth    21* (24b 2x4)      MS Tshabalala    3-0-18-1
WJ Durston    11* (7b 2x4)      AK Kruger    2-0-9-1

12.1

Bailey to Hildreth, 1 run, whipped towards square leg for a single

12.2

Bailey to Durston, FOUR, slightly overpitched and the batsman capitalises, a crisp drive between mid-off and extra cover for four

12.3

Bailey to Durston, no run, slightly shorter, driven firmly again, but can't beat short cover

12.4

Bailey to Durston, 1 run, lucky escape for the batsman there, a leading edge as he looks to work it to the leg side, the ball balloons past extra cover, just beyond the fielder

12.5

Bailey to Hildreth, 1 run, on the pads, tucked towards long-on for a single

12.6

Bailey to Durston, 2 runs, midwicket is in action this time, he has some ground to cover to his right this time, the batsman has time to take two

End of over 13 (9 runs) Somerset 81/5 (RR: 6.23)
WJ Durston    18* (11b 3x4)      RT Bailey    1-0-9-0
JC Hildreth    23* (26b 2x4)      MS Tshabalala    3-0-18-1

13.1

Kruger to Hildreth, 1 run, drilled to long-on for a single

13.2

Kruger to Durston, 2 runs, a nice partnership developing here, steered towards third man for two

13.3

Kruger to Durston, 1 run, great fielding from Dippenaar, dives full-length to his left at midwicket to cut it off, couldn't throw it back to the bowler in time for a run-out though

13.4

Kruger to Hildreth, no run, a swing and a miss outside off

13.5

Kruger to Hildreth, no run, a length ball, just outside off, driven firmly to short cover

13.6

Kruger to Hildreth, 1 run, a bit of width, the batsman slaps the ball away to deep point

End of over 14 (5 runs) Somerset 86/5 (RR: 6.14)
JC Hildreth    25* (30b 2x4)      AK Kruger    3-0-14-1
WJ Durston    21* (13b 3x4)      RT Bailey    1-0-9-0

14.1

R McLaren to Hildreth, 1 run, length ball outside off, muscled towards wide long-on

14.2

R McLaren to Durston, no run, shortish ball outside off, carved to backward point, straight at the fielder

14.3

R McLaren to Durston, FOUR, more luck for Somerset, the batsman goes for a big off drive, gets a thick outside edge past the keeper, to fine for third man to have a chance

14.4

R McLaren to Durston, FOUR, powered to midwicket for four, slightly short from the bowler, Durston was quickly onto the backfoot and pulled that well

14.5

R McLaren to Durston, FOUR, another boundary, Durston is going well here, too much room for the batsman, slashed over backward point for four more

14.6

R McLaren to Durston, 1 run, almost a stunning catch, Dippenaar again, throws himself to his right and gets a hand on a powerful drive, can't hang on to it though, great effort

End of over 15 (14 runs) Somerset 100/5 (RR: 6.66)
WJ Durston    34* (18b 6x4)      R McLaren    3-0-26-0
JC Hildreth    26* (31b 2x4)      AK Kruger    3-0-14-1

15.1

Coetzee to Durston, 1 run, Coetzee's first ball of the new spell is guided to backward point

15.2

Coetzee to Hildreth, 1 run, length ball on middle, jabbed towards cover for a single to bring up the 50 partnership

15.3

Coetzee to Durston, FOUR, nice shot there, not much room outside off, but the batsman knew third man was in the circle, so he lashes the ball past that fielder for four

15.4

Coetzee to Durston, 1 run, slower ball this time, pushed towards short cover

15.5

Coetzee to Hildreth, 1 run, back of a length, well outside off, guided to sweeper cover for a single

15.6

Coetzee to Durston, 1 run, length ball on middle and leg, tucked towards square leg, Durston sprinted the first in the hope of a second but he slips

End of over 16 (9 runs) Somerset 109/5 (RR: 6.81)
WJ Durston    41* (22b 7x4)      J Coetzee    3-0-23-0
JC Hildreth    28* (33b 2x4)      R McLaren    3-0-26-0

16.1

de Villiers to Durston, no run, de Villiers starts with a yorker on middle and leg, just about dug out by the batsman

16.2

de Villiers to Durston, 1 run, again it is full, the batsman drills the ball to long-on for a single

16.3

de Villiers to Hildreth, 1 run, slightly shorter, on offstump, punched to long-on again

16.4

de Villiers to Durston, FOUR, slower ball, the batsman picks it up, the Somerset continues apace, bludgeoned the length ball down the ground for four

16.5

de Villiers to Durston, FOUR, Durston brings up a superb half-century, his first in Twenty20, that was a full toss outside off, sliced behind point for four, take a bow Durston

16.6

de Villiers to Durston, FOUR, back of a length, just outside off, Durston hasn't seemed to have played too many big shots but he's piling on the runs, this time he opens the face to dab the ball past the keeper for four

End of over 17 (14 runs) Somerset 123/5 (RR: 7.23)
WJ Durston    54* (27b 10x4)      CJD de Villiers    3-1-17-3
JC Hildreth    29* (34b 2x4)      J Coetzee    3-0-23-0

17.1

R McLaren to Hildreth, 2 runs, full toss outside off, punched to the left of long-on

17.2

R McLaren to Hildreth, no run, a slower ball, 106kmh, Hildreth looks to muscle it towards sweeper cover, inside edge onto the pads

17.3

R McLaren to Hildreth, 1 leg bye, length ball outside off, Hildreth shuffles across and looks to flick it, misses but is struck outside off, the ball dribbles towards short fine leg

17.4

R McLaren to Durston, no run, Durston backs away, McLaren follows him, keeps it full, the batsman can only push it back to the bowler

17.5

R McLaren to Durston, 2 runs, again Durston moves a couple of paces away from legstump, a full ball is somehow crunched to long-on

17.6

R McLaren to Durston, 1 run, Tshabalala at mid-on has more fielding to do, this time the ball came straight at him, and that's only a single

End of over 18 (6 runs) Somerset 129/5 (RR: 7.16)
WJ Durston    57* (30b 10x4)      R McLaren    4-0-31-0
JC Hildreth    31* (37b 2x4)      CJD de Villiers    3-1-17-3

18.1

de Villiers to Durston, no run, full ball from de Villiers, the batsman can only punch it back to the bowler

18.2

de Villiers to Durston, OUT, the slower ball does the trick for Eagles, Durston mistimes his swipe at it, the ball loops towards long-on, McLaren races forward from the boundary to take the catch

WJ Durston c R McLaren b de Villiers 57 (32b 10x4 0x6) SR: 178.12

18.3

de Villiers to Hildreth, 1 leg bye, length ball, outside off, the batsman looked to flick it to square, misses, hit on the pads

18.4

de Villiers to Phillips, no run, short ball outside off, surprise bouncer there, misses the cross-batted slog

18.5

de Villiers to Phillips, no run, mixing it up hre, length ball outside off, the batsman looks to glide it to third man, misses the ball

18.6

de Villiers to Phillips, 1 leg bye, a shout for lbw, not out as the batsman is struck outside off

End of over 19 (2 runs, wicket maiden) Somerset 131/6 (RR: 6.89)
BJ Phillips    0* (3b)      CJD de Villiers    4-2-17-4
JC Hildreth    31* (38b 2x4)      R McLaren    4-0-31-0

19.1

Coetzee to Phillips, OUT, Adrian McLaren takes stunning one-handed catch at short fine leg to dismiss Phillips, who was looking to hoick it to the leg side, gets an edge, it didn't seem that the less-than-athletic Adrian McLaren would reach it, doffs his hat after that

BJ Phillips c AP McLaren b Coetzee 0 (4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

19.2

Coetzee to Hildreth, no run, slower ball outside off, the batsman can't get bat on that

19.3

Coetzee to Hildreth, OUT, another wicket, no runs in the final over so far, this was chipped tamely to mid-on by Hildreth, just couldn't get enough power behind that

JC Hildreth c Rossouw b Coetzee 31 (40b 2x4 0x6) SR: 77.50

19.4

Coetzee to Thomas, 1 run, length ball outside off, tucked in front of square leg

19.5

Coetzee to Waller, no run, short and very wide, Waller looks to poke that, gets an under-edge which goes on the bounce to the keeper

19.6

Coetzee to Waller, no run, last three overs from Eagles, only nine runs from them, short and wide again, the batsman misses the ball, so Somerset finish on 132

Somerset have Durston to thank for not being out of the game already. It's probably a score Eagles will fancy chasing down though. de Villiers was fantastic again, rocking the top-order with three blows.

And if you aren't sure how to spend your time till the chase begins, check out Page 2. Harbhajan Singh on his best Aussie mate, his dancing skills, and his burning batting ambition.

Sue de Groot on why Twenty20 is ideal for the ladies.

Andrew Hughes offers solutions to the problem of tied games: dance-offs, anyone?

End of over 20 (1 run) Somerset 132/8
MTC Waller    0* (2b)      J Coetzee    4-0-24-2
AC Thomas    1* (1b)      CJD de Villiers    4-2-17-4
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Oct 16, 2009

Arul Suppiah falls for a duck to CJ de Villiers, Eagles v Somerset, Champions League Twenty20, League A, Hyderabad, October 16, 2009

Arul Suppiah falls for a duck to CJ de Villiers

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