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Hard work pays off for Morne Morkel

Jun 15, 2010: There is nothing more satisfying for a cricketer than when hard work in practice pays off and for Morne Morkel that moment came in the first Test against West Indies in Trinidad

Andrew McGlashan

West Indies v South Africa, 1st Test, Trinidad, 4th day

Batting let us down - Gayle

Jun 14, 2010: It was a familiar refrain from West Indies captain Chris Gayle, as he put the blame squarely on his team's batsmen after losing the first Test to South Africa by 163 runs at the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies v South Africa, 1st Test, Trinidad, 4th day

South Africa complete crushing win

Jun 13, 2010: What was a rout on day three was harder graft on day four as South Africa's fast bowlers, for the second time in as many days, worked their way through the West Indies line-up to deliver a comprehensive 163-run victory

The Bulletin by Sahil Dutta

West Indies v South Africa, 1st Test, Trinidad, 3rd day

Steyn and Morkel put South Africa on top

Jun 12, 2010: South Africa ended the third day at the Queen's Park Oval in a position of total dominance thanks to the fearsome bowling combination of Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel

The Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

West Indies v South Africa, 1st Test, Trinidad, 2nd day

Boucher and Benn share honours on tight day

Jun 11, 2010: Sulieman Benn picked up his second five-wicket haul in Tests, finishing with 5 for 120 as South Africa were eventually bowled out for 352, but the visitors will feel they had the better of an attritional second day at the Queens Park Oval

The Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

West Indies v South Africa, 1st Test, Trinidad, 1st day

Spinners dominate truncated day

Jun 10, 2010: Graeme Smith called correctly at the toss, which had been delayed for several hours by persistent rain and gloomy conditions on a damp first morning at the Queens Park Oval, and decided to bat

The Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

West Indies v South Africa, 1st Test, Port of Spain

Graeme Smith wary of West Indies backlash

Jun 10, 2010: South Africa's captain Graeme Smith was confident of his sides preparation ahead of the first Test against West Indies

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies v South Africa, 1st Test, Port of Spain

'West Indies sick of losing' - Brendan Nash

Jun 10, 2010: Brendan Nash, the West Indies middle-order batsman, has said his team is desperate to end its losing run and turn things for the better in the Test series against South Africa that begins on Thursday

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies v South Africa, 1st Test, Trinidad

Rampaul looks forward to first home Test

Jun 9, 2010: In the absence of the injured Jerome Taylor, and with Kemar Roach struggling to shake off an ankle problem, Ravi Rampaul has become the likely spearhead for West Indies' pace attack

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies v South Africa, 1st Test, Trinidad

Form and history point to South Africa

Jun 9, 2010: Stats preview to the Test series between West Indies and South Africa

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies v South Africa, 1st Test, Port of Spain

South Africa aim to extend dominance

Jun 3, 2010: South Africa's tour shifts a gear with the first Test at Port of Spain in Trinidad, but the disparity in current form between the two sides suggests that the hosts' struggle for a positive result could become even harder in the longer format

The Preview by Liam Brickhill
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Tour Results
West Indies v South Africa at Bridgetown - Jun 26-29, 2010
South Africa won by 7 wickets
West Indies v South Africa at Basseterre - Jun 18-22, 2010
Match drawn
West Indies v South Africa at Port of Spain - Jun 10-13, 2010
South Africa won by 163 runs
West Indies v South Africa at Port of Spain - Jun 3, 2010
South Africa won by 1 wicket (with 2 balls remaining)
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