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Player of the Match

Day 3

568dTony Cozier in Durban

Stronger than before

The West Indies showed improvement in South Africa, says Tony Cozier

568dTony Cozier

Samuels' growth a consolation for Windies

Dale Steyn's irresistible pace with the second new ball propelled South Africa to their series-clinching victory by an innings and 100 runs on the third day of the third Test

568dCricinfo staff

Parchment fined for running into Steyn

Brenton Parchment, the West Indies opener, has been fined 50 percent of his match fee after running into Dale Steyn, the South Africa fast bowler, during the second day's play of the final Test in Durban

Day 2

568dCricinfo staff

Brenton Parchment charged with Level 2 offence

Brenton Parchment, West Indies' debutant opener, has been charged with a Level 2 breach of of the ICC's Code of Conduct regulations for running into Dale Steyn while batting during the second day of the third Test in Durban

568dTony Cozier

Prince, de Villiers pile on the misery

After their small, but significant, steps forward in the first two matches, West Indies continued to take giant strides back towards their recent inglorious past on the second day of the third Test at Kingsmead

568dCricinfo staff

Pollock announces retirement

Shaun Pollock has announced his retirement from international cricket following the second day's play against West Indies in Durban

Day 1

568dThe Bulletin by Will Luke

West Indies face mountain to climb

South Africa's march towards a series victory continued unhindered on the second day at Kingsmead, as they compiled a daunting 556 for 4 to further depress an already demoralised West Indies, whose performance with the ball lurched from the dire to the fa

568dThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Steyn seals South Africa's series

South Africa overcame the stout resistance of Marlon Samuels, who made his second Test century, to wrap up a comfortable innings-and-100-run victory on the third day at Durban

568dThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

Smith and Pollock crush hapless Windies

South Africa completely dominated the first day in Durban removing West Indies for a paltry 139 before Graeme Smith's unbeaten 122 led a thumping reply to put South Africa 74 ahead by the close

568dTony Cozier

West Indies fall apart

The wide, original gap between the teams, so efficiently and unexpectedly closed in the first Test before it began to open again in the second, developed into a familiarly yawning chasm on the opening day of the final, decisive Test at Kingsmead


568dTony Cozier

West Indies delay naming final team

West Indies announced that they would not decide until just before the toss whether Chris Gayle and Fidel Edwards would play in the third Test

231dWill Luke

Injury-hit West Indies face uphill struggle

It might have escaped your attention, but several thousand miles away from the controversies in Australia, another Test match is about to get underway: the deciding third match between South Africa and West Indies in Durban

West Indies 3rd innings Partnerships

1st33D GangaBA Parchment
2nd16D GangaRS Morton
3rd39MN SamuelsRS Morton
4th144MN SamuelsDJ Bravo
5th41MN SamuelsD Ramdin
6th19MN SamuelsDJG Sammy
7th13DJG SammyJE Taylor
8th0DBL PowellJE Taylor
9th12FH EdwardsJE Taylor