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The Ashes - 5th Test

Australia v England

England won by an innings and 83 runs

Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100  | Overs 101-150

0.1

Anderson to Watson, no run, full and straight, a hint of outswing first up and Shane Watson drives it towards mid off

0.2

Anderson to Watson, no run, good tight line just outside off, Watson leaves it alone

0.3

Anderson to Watson, no run, straighter and no swing from Anderson, it's pushed to the leg side by Watson

0.4

Anderson to Watson, 1 run, very good ball, that's shorter but moving away and it squares Watson up, his thick edge runs to point and he's gifted an overthrow as Pietersen at gully throws to Prior running in, but somehow throws behind him

0.5

Anderson to Hughes, no run, bouncer immediately for Hughes, but down leg side and he isn't worried by it

0.6

Anderson to Hughes, no run, 'wait on!' comes the bellowing call from Hughes as he jumps across to the off side and defends

Australia 1/0   JM Anderson 1-0-1-0

2.1

Anderson to Hughes, no run, Anderson bangs it in, testing Hughes on the hips and he watches it through to Prior

2.2

Anderson to Hughes, 1 run, Hughes gets off the mark with a nudge off the hips down into the ground and away behind square leg

2.3

Anderson to Watson, no run, excellent delivery from Anderson, angling in and then nipping away from Watson, who gets a thick edge along the ground to gully

2.4

Anderson to Watson, no run, angling in towards the pads, trying to squeeze through Watson's gate, but he is good enough to defend

2.5

Anderson to Watson, no run, shorter from Anderson this time, and Watson leaves it alone

2.6

Anderson to Watson, no run, left alone once again as Anderson probes outside off, getting just a hint of movement away

Australia 5/0   JM Anderson 2-0-2-0

4.1

Anderson to Watson, 1 run, nothing more than a defensive push to the off side from Watson, but he gets a single to mid-off - better judgment than when he ran Hughes out in the last Test

4.2

Anderson to Hughes, no run, Hughes jumps back into his crease and defends

4.3

Anderson to Hughes, no run, ah, now this one gets the shoulder of the bat as it seams away a touch and squares Hughes up, running safely along the ground to gully

4.4

Anderson to Hughes, no run, Hughes gets another on the pads and turns it to leg

4.5

Anderson to Hughes, no run, straight line from Anderson - Hughes jumps back and defends

4.6

Anderson to Hughes, no run, on the pads again and Hughes can't quite get it away, it's off the pads to where short leg was earlier, but Cook has now been taken out

Australia 10/0   JM Anderson 3-0-3-0

6.1

Anderson to Hughes, 1 run, clipped off the pads through midwicket

6.2

Anderson to Watson, no run, angled on to the pads of Watson, who defends to leg

6.3

Anderson to Watson, no run, Anderson wants this lbw but Billy Bowden is not intersted - Watson was lunging forward and there was a big inside edge

6.4

Anderson to Watson, no run, another lbw shout and there's no bat on this one, but probably sailing down leg side and Watson for some reason couldn't get bat on that to clip it through midwicket

6.5

Anderson to Watson, no run, beaten outside off, very good delivery that looks to be moving in and then straightens off the seam

6.6

Anderson to Watson, no run, much shorter and left alone by Watson

Australia 13/0   JM Anderson 4-0-4-0

8.1

Anderson to Watson, no run, guided off the face along the ground to point

8.2

Anderson to Watson, 1 run, nipping in to Watson but too much down leg and he works it away fine, not able to pick up two runs as he's slipped over touching his bat down for the first

8.3

Anderson to Hughes, no run, again Hughes works to leg, nudging it safely away square of the wicket

8.4

Anderson to Hughes, no run, good line just outside off and straightening, but Hughes patiently leaves it alone

8.5

Anderson to Hughes, no run, fuller and straighter from Anderson, Hughes drives to mid-on

8.6

Anderson to Hughes, no run, ah, this one moves away from Hughes and he's beaten outside off, just dabbing half-heartedly

Australia 14/0   JM Anderson 5-0-5-0

15.1

Anderson to Hughes, no run, Anderson replaces Tremlett and starts outside off stump, Hughes continues to exemplary leaving

15.2

Anderson to Hughes, FOUR, Hughes is rewarded with a fuller ball, in the slot outside off stump. He stepped forward and drove crisply, without timing it perfectly, but enough to pick up a good boundary

15.3

Anderson to Hughes, no run, this time it's outside off and left alone

15.4

Anderson to Hughes, no run, touch uncomfortable here for Hughes. Anderson's length ball nipped back and squeezed between bat an pad into the midriff

15.5

Anderson to Hughes, 1 leg bye, this drifts a touch leg side and Hughes is typically closed off around the hip area. Still manages to nibble it towards fine leg, but only off the thigh

15.6

Anderson to Watson, no run, beaten outside off to end the over. England have gone past the edge a lot this morning, which makes a change from others where they have found the edge

Australia 38/0   JM Anderson 6-0-9-0

17.1

Anderson to Hughes, no run, oh dear, this is slipped a long way down the leg side. Hughes has no need to play, so doesn't

17.2

Anderson to Hughes, no run, Anderson aims full around off stump, willing Hughes to have a dart, but Hughes has nothing of it and leaves alone

17.3

Anderson to Hughes, no run, this is a touch shorter and Hughes gets back in defence, looking actually quite solid

17.4

Anderson to Hughes, no run, again Anderson offers Hughes some width to have a lash at outside off and Hughes expansively leaves alone. As if to make the point to everyone, not least himself

17.5

Anderson to Hughes, no run, this is defended securely as Hughes gets everything behind it

17.6

Anderson to Hughes, no run, maiden over, but a great one from Anderson. Finishes with a back-of-a-length delivery that flicks this hip as Hughes leaves alone

Australia 43/0   JM Anderson 7-1-9-0

19.1

Anderson to Hughes, no run, Anderson switches to around the wicket, possibly because of the footholes which he is unhappy with. The venture doesn't work here as it's fired well down the leg side

19.2

Anderson to Hughes, no run, banged in short, well directed too but Hughes easily pops under it

19.3

Anderson to Hughes, 1 leg bye, again Hughes has no real way of playing off his hip so feigns a shot and it thuds off the body to fine leg

19.4

Anderson to Watson, no run, good leave again here, judged it on length and allowed it to nip back over the top of middle

19.5

Anderson to Watson, no run, good cricket. Anderson pitches up and nibbles away in the corridor, Watson judges a leave well again

19.6

Anderson to Watson, no run, again Watson pulls his bat high above his head. Nothing fancy from Australia but they have done a fine, fine job

Australia 46/0   JM Anderson 8-2-9-0

21.1

Anderson to Watson, no run, Anderson locates the right length and line here and forces Watson to defend

21.2

Anderson to Watson, no run, ended up a strange shot as Anderson nipped one back from a length. Watson had shaped to cut but it got awkward as the ball came back into him so he ended up leaping and guiding to point

21.3

Anderson to Watson, no run, this time it's left well alone

21.4

Anderson to Watson, no run, cracker. Anderson hasn't been at his best today but this is an absolute pearler, jagged away from a length past the outside edge

21.5

Anderson to Watson, no run, this is shorter and Watson can leave alone more comfortably

21.6

Anderson to Watson, 1 run, Anderson just drifts towards the leg side and Watson helps himself to a leg-side nudge for a single to square leg

Australia 51/0   JM Anderson 9-2-10-0

23.1

Anderson to Hughes, no run, Anderson just manages to get Hughes to poke away from his body. As it is it's blocked well enough to point

23.2

Anderson to Hughes, no run, short and angled into Hughes, catches him on the hip and it trickles away

23.3

Anderson to Hughes, no run, Anderson finds a hint of away swing which means Hughes has to defend carefully

23.4

Anderson to Hughes, 1 run, fuller on leg stump and Hughes clips around the corner for a single

23.5

Anderson to Watson, no run, touch outside off stump and left all alone

23.6

Anderson to Watson, no run, full and straight from Anderson and Watson as it's patted up to mid-off

Australia 54/0   JM Anderson 10-2-11-0

30.1

Anderson to Watson, no run, well wide of off stump from Anderson, and it's left by Watson

30.2

Anderson to Watson, no run, on middle and leg now, Watson defends, he's started cautiously after the break, as he was in the first session

30.3

Anderson to Watson, no run, defended back down the pitch

30.4

Anderson to Watson, FOUR, and finally Watson has struck his first boundary - it's taken 89 deliveries - and he clips through midwicket to a ball that strayed on to his pads

30.5

Anderson to Watson, 1 run, a quick single now as Watson pushes to leg

30.6

Anderson to Khawaja, 1 run, more scoring from Khawaja, as he nudges it wide of midwicket with soft hands

Australia 67/1   JM Anderson 11-2-17-0

32.1

Anderson to Watson, no run, left alone by Watson, who watches the ball nip back off the seam and sail well over off stump

32.2

Anderson to Watson, no run, Watson cuts into the ground but it's collected by Pietersen at gully

32.3

Anderson to Watson, no run, left alone outside off

32.4

Anderson to Watson, FOUR, shortish and wide of off, Watson cuts and it's a touch top-edgy but flies well and truly over the cordon and away to third man for a boundary

32.5

Anderson to Watson, no run, beautiful-looking on-drive from Watson, who leans forward and punches it off the middle of the bat, but he's managed to send it straight to mid-on

32.6

Anderson to Watson, no run, another big stride forward as Watson defends

Australia 79/1   JM Anderson 12-2-21-0

34.1

Anderson to Watson, FOUR, crashing pull from Watson! Beautiful shot as he gets a slightly shorter ball and lashes that over midwicket, not trying to keep it down but there is nobody in the deep

34.2

Anderson to Watson, no run, Watson gets forward to defend this one outside off

34.3

Anderson to Watson, no run, there's an lbw appeal now as Watson ploughs that front foot a long way down the pitch, and Billy Bowden says not out. It struck him above the knee roll and that was comfortably going over the top of leg

34.4

Anderson to Watson, no run, left alone outside off

34.5

Anderson to Watson, no run, good yorker - we haven't seen many of them today - and Watson jams the bat down to keep it out

34.6

Anderson to Watson, no run, Watson meets this with the full face of the bat to defend

Australia 83/1   JM Anderson 13-2-25-0

36.1

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, edgy from Khawaja, but it bounces short of second slip

36.2

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, pushed away towards point

36.3

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, defended solidly back down the pitch

36.4

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, fullish and wide of off, it's driven along the ground to cover

36.5

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, pushed away to the off side

36.6

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, straighter line now, Khawaja defends

Australia 84/1   JM Anderson 14-3-25-0

45.1

Anderson to Clarke, no run, again Clarke is pushing bat away from body, it comes off an inside edge back towards the bowler

45.2

Anderson to Clarke, no run, this is outside off stump and Clarke calms everyone's nerves by leaving all alone

45.3

Anderson to Clarke, no run, fuller from Anderson, straighter too, and Clarke pushes firmly to mid-on

45.4

Anderson to Clarke, no run, once again Clarke judges the length and line well and decides to leave alone

45.5

Anderson to Clarke, no run, Clarke gets another sighter outside off stump and has nothing to do with it

45.6

Anderson to Clarke, no run, there is some good carry outside off but it means Clarke can happily leave alone

Australia 108/2   JM Anderson 15-4-25-0

47.1

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, Anderson locates a good length and Khawaja is stuck on the crease in defence

47.2

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, touch of extra bounce here and Khawaja whips his bottom hand off the bat as he defends

47.3

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, this is awkward for the batsman, nipping back into the body past the inside edge

47.4

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, touch of width outside off stump and left alone

47.5

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, defended carefully to cover off a back-of-a-length delivery

47.6

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, right on line to start with, and Khawaja defends back down the pitch

Australia 111/2   JM Anderson 16-5-25-0

49.1

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, Khawaja leans forward to defend a ball on off

49.2

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, good line just outside off, it's defended by Khawaja

49.3

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, short of a length now from Anderson, and it's defended

49.4

Anderson to Khawaja, 1 run, there's the first run after the resumption as Khawaja tries to pull a ball off middle, but it didn't get up as high as he expected, and his bottom edge crashed into his pads and away to square leg

49.5

Anderson to Clarke, no run, on the pads of Clarke, who dabs it to midwicket

49.6

Anderson to Clarke, no run, good straight drive from Clarke but mid-on dives across to make the save

Australia 112/2   JM Anderson 17-5-26-0

51.1

Anderson to Khawaja, 1 run, on the pads of Khawaja again, and he clips it to fine leg

51.2

Anderson to Hussey, no run, edged an short of Swann at second slip! How often in this series has Hussey had a lucky moment like that early in his innings...

51.3

Anderson to Hussey, no run, beaten outside off now! Very good delivery, nipping away just enough to beat the bat

51.4

Anderson to Hussey, 2 runs, Hussey gets off the mark with an edgy shot through third slip and gully, safely away to third man

51.5

Anderson to Hussey, no run, a bit more leg-side-ish from Anderson, and Hussey defends

51.6

Anderson to Hussey, no run, left alone outside off

Australia 116/3   JM Anderson 18-5-29-0

53.1

Anderson to Hussey, 3 runs, more runs through the cordon for Hussey, as he opens the face and runs it through gully and third slip, along the ground so it was safe, and with the rain from earlier in the day the outfield isn't quick enough for that to reach the boundary

53.2

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, another terrific delivery beats the bat, pitching outside leg and jagging away

53.3

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, defended to the leg side

53.4

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, 'waaaait', comes the shout from Khawaja, as he nudges the ball to midwicket

53.5

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, opens the face now and pushes to point

53.6

Anderson to Khawaja, no run, pushed across Khawaja, who lets it go

Australia 123/3   JM Anderson 19-5-32-0

55.1

Anderson to Hussey, no run, pushed defensively to the leg side

55.2

Anderson to Hussey, 2 runs, another one guided wide of slips there from Hussey, third slip Paul Collingwood dives to his left and gets a hand to it to stop it running away to the boundary

55.3

Anderson to Hussey, no run, solidly defended back towards the bowler

55.4

Anderson to Hussey, no run, left alone outside off

55.5

Anderson to Hussey, no run, Hussey jumps back into his crease and defends, then abruptly shouts 'no!'

55.6

Anderson to Hussey, no run, there's a shout for caught behind! It bounced much more than Hussey anticipated and jagged back in, and flicked something on the way through to Prior as Hussey tried to evade it. Aleem Dar says not out, and Strauss is indicating to the bowler that he feels it was off the shirt, so he's not reviewing it

Australia 130/3   JM Anderson 20-5-34-0

60.1

Anderson to Haddin, no run, decent start for Haddin, the new batsman from last night, defending carefully outside off stump

60.2

Anderson to Haddin, no run, Anderson has locates his off-stump line straight away and Haddin watchfully defends

60.3

Anderson to Haddin, no run, touch too short from the bowler, means Haddin has plenty of time to stroke his defence to cover

60.4

Anderson to Haddin, 1 run, fuller and it seems to cause trouble straight away as Haddin is stuck on the crease and inside edges to fine leg to get himself and Australia's morning off the mark

60.5

Anderson to Hussey, no run, careful defence from Hussey as always

60.6

Anderson to Hussey, 2 runs, just a fraction leg-sided from the bowler and that's all Hussey needs to busily clip to midwicket for a single

Australia 137/4   JM Anderson 21-5-37-0

62.1

Anderson to Haddin, no run, Anderson is just short of an ideal length and it allows Haddin to defend off the back foot

62.2

Anderson to Haddin, 2 runs, enough width, and it's only about a couple of feet, outside off for Haddin to stroke a square drive for a couple

62.3

Anderson to Haddin, no run, good response from Anderson, fuller inswinger, Haddin trapped on the crease a touch, not moving his feet much this morning and inside edges onto his pads

62.4

Anderson to Haddin, OUT, big wicket for England! Anderson gets his man again. Poor shot really, the last ball swung in but this just held its line wide of off stump and Haddin, feet rooted to the spot, flashed a airy drive. Flicked the edge and Prior did the rest

BJ Haddin c †Prior b Anderson 6 (15m 13b 0x4 0x6) SR: 46.15

62.5

Anderson to Smith, no run, good delivery to the new batsman, fired just short of a length and into the body and Smith gets into a typically awkward position - squared up - to defend

62.6

Anderson to Smith, no run, Anderson dishes up a tempter full outside off stump, Smith is wise enough to let it go by

Australia 143/5   JM Anderson 22-5-39-1

64.1

Anderson to Hussey, no run, good delivery to a right-hander, but not to a southpaw as it is slipped down the leg side

64.2

Anderson to Hussey, no run, too wide of leg the ball before and a touch too wide of off this time, Hussey happily lets it go

64.3

Anderson to Hussey, no run, good delivery here, fullish and aiming for around off stump, Hussey sniffs the ball in defence

64.4

Anderson to Hussey, no run, there is a touch of extra bounce here from a good length, Hussey always plays late so is in a comfortable position to stand tall and nudge to leg

64.5

Anderson to Hussey, no run, once again Hussey clips to leg off the back foot, finding midwicket as he does so

64.6

Anderson to Hussey, no run, England's fielding has been nothing short of sublime all tour, it's been central to their 'bowling dry' strategy, and here a leg-side clip finds Tim Bresnan diving smartly at square leg to prevent one

Australia 146/5   JM Anderson 23-6-39-1

66.1

Anderson to Hussey, no run, just back of a good length from Anderson, the line is bang on off stump and Hussey hops back to defend

66.2

Anderson to Hussey, no run, beaten outside off stump, Hussey completely stuck on the crease and this zipped away off a fullish length past a hanging defensive blade

66.3

Anderson to Hussey, 3 runs, Hussey loves anything short, easy for him to rock back and pull firmly behind square. His excellent running earns three

66.4

Anderson to Smith, no run, Smith continues his watchful start by letting this go by outside off stump

66.5

Anderson to Smith, no run, similar ball - on a length, wide of off stump - Smith has nothing to do with it again

66.6

Anderson to Smith, 2 runs, Smith is away, and that will annoy England, particularly because it was due to a misfield. Fullish from Anderson driven carefully straight of mid-on where Tremlett couldn't quite get down in time as he dived and it went through him. Brings up the 150

Australia 151/5   JM Anderson 24-6-44-1

80.1

Anderson to Smith, 1 run, there's a hint of outswing and Smith leans in to this gentle push, which he steers wide of short cover to pick up a run

80.2

Anderson to Johnson, no run, pushed really wide across Johnson, who leaves it alone

80.3

Anderson to Johnson, 1 run, full and swinging away a touch, Johnson gets it off a thickish edge through point to get off the mark

80.4

Anderson to Smith, no run, well wide of Smith's off stump, and he shoulders arms

80.5

Anderson to Smith, no run, a tighter, attacking line from Anderson, and it's defended

80.6

Anderson to Smith, no run, crowd catch! Smith drives a big outswinger to cover, who takes it above his head - though it was a bump ball off the bat

Australia 173/6   JM Anderson 25-6-46-1

82.1

Anderson to Johnson, no run, Anderson gets a bit of swing away from Johnson, who lets it through to Prior

82.2

Anderson to Johnson, no run, good ball, this one bounces sharply off a good length and surprises Johnson, who nonetheless manages to defend it

82.3

Anderson to Johnson, no run, beaten outside off, good ball from Anderson as he gets some terrific movement away from the left-hander

82.4

Anderson to Johnson, no run, Johnson chases this one a little, and ends up just pushing it to cover

82.5

Anderson to Johnson, no run, and now Anderson sends down the inswinger, which Johnson manages to keep out and work to leg

82.6

Anderson to Johnson, no run, left alone outside off

Australia 176/6   JM Anderson 26-7-46-1

84.1

Anderson to Smith, no run, good outswing from Anderson, but Smith doesn't have to play a shot, and doesn't

84.2

Anderson to Smith, OUT, Anderson strikes! Smith has gone for the big expansive off drive and has only managed to edge it to Collingwood, who takes a standard catch at third slip. Good outswing bowling, not clever batting

SPD Smith c Collingwood b Anderson 18 (85m 53b 1x4 0x6) SR: 33.96

84.3

Anderson to Siddle, no run, fullish and swinging away, Siddle defends

84.4

Anderson to Siddle, 2 runs, and Siddle just rides this short-of-a-length delivery outside off, he steers it nicely fine of gully and picks up some runs

84.5

Anderson to Siddle, no run, shorter and wider, Siddle leaves it alone

84.6

Anderson to Siddle, OUT, Anderson has two in the over! Siddle has edged this to first slip, and Strauss takes a catch fairly low to the ground as the ball seemed to take forever to reach him

PM Siddle c Strauss b Anderson 2 (2m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

Australia 189/8   JM Anderson 27-7-48-3

86.1

Anderson to Johnson, no run, again Anderson gets it moving away from Johnson, who looks to play outside off but can't connect

86.2

Anderson to Johnson, FOUR, Johnson breaks the shackles now with a confident drive over the man at cover, he hasn't tried to keep that down at all, just driving hard and gets enough on it to reach the boundary

86.3

Anderson to Johnson, no run, pushed across Johnson, who looks to play and then brings the bat back inside the line

86.4

Anderson to Johnson, no run, on the back foot, Johnson punches to mid-on

86.5

Anderson to Johnson, 3 runs, Anderson goes the fuller ball, looking for the inswinger, but Johnson is good enough to drive this back past the bowler along the ground and he collects three more

86.6

Anderson to Hilfenhaus, 2 runs, and Hilfenhaus gets off the mark with a gentle nudge behind point, also ensuring that he gets back for two to give Johnson the strike

Australia 199/8   JM Anderson 28-7-57-3

88.1

Anderson to Johnson, no run, swinging in to Johnson's pads, and he works it to leg

88.2

Anderson to Johnson, no run, again Anderson swings it in, looking to get through Johnson, but he defends solidly

88.3

Anderson to Johnson, no run, yikes, that's ugly! That swipe from Johnson isn't in the textbook, and he didn't connect as he tried to heave it over midwicket from outside off

88.4

Anderson to Johnson, no run, pushed further across Johnson, who leaves it

88.5

Anderson to Johnson, 1 leg bye, Johnson gets off the strike now with a leg-bye worked square

88.6

Anderson to Hilfenhaus, FOUR, ah, he's drawn the genuine outside edge from Hilfenhaus but that has gone finer than the man at gully and runs away for a boundary - unlucky for Anderson

Australia 207/8   JM Anderson 29-7-61-3

90.1

Anderson to Johnson, no run, defended away to the off side

90.2

Anderson to Johnson, no run, swinging down leg, and Johnson can't connect

90.3

Anderson to Johnson, 1 run, driven down to long-on for an easy single

90.4

Anderson to Hilfenhaus, no run, that's pretty well negotiated by Hilfenhaus, because it was a good inswinger on the stumps and he's driven it hard back to Anderson, who also did very well to field it

90.5

Anderson to Hilfenhaus, FOUR, a boundary for Hilf! Anderson has swung that on to the pads a touch too much and it's been lifted uppishly over square leg and bounces away to the boundary

90.6

Anderson to Hilfenhaus, no run, left alone outside off, and Johnson will keep the strike

Australia 213/8   JM Anderson 30-7-66-3

106.1

Anderson to Hilfenhaus, OUT, and that will be that. Strange dismissal, Anderson bangs it in very short and it gets very high, Hilfenhaus aims a vertical-batted tennis-smash and ends up with a fine edge through to Prior

BW Hilfenhaus c †Prior b Anderson 34 (88m 58b 3x4 1x6) SR: 58.62

Australia 280/10   JM Anderson 30.1-7-66-4
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Series Results
Australia v England at Sydney - Jan 3-7, 2011
England won by an innings and 83 runs
Australia v England at Melbourne - Dec 26-29, 2010
England won by an innings and 157 runs
Australia v England at Perth - Dec 16-19, 2010
Australia won by 267 runs
Australia v England at Adelaide - Dec 3-7, 2010
England won by an innings and 71 runs
Australia v England at Brisbane - Nov 25-29, 2010
Match drawn
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Jan 7, 2011

England celebrate their Ashes victory, Australia v England, 5th Test, Sydney, 5th day, January 7, 2011

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