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608dMarcus Prior

Pollock leads SA recovery on first day in Antigua

The West Indies missed a golden opportunity to roll over the South Africansfor under 200 in their first innings as South Africa - and captain ShaunPollock and Nicky Boje in particular - fought their way back into the fourthTest to close day one on

608dColin Croft

To the victors, the kudos

It was wonderful while it lasted, but it probably was too much too late, or too little too late,whichever way one wants to take it

608dMarcus Prior

West Indies on the rack as SA put the squeeze on

The nip and tuck nature of the Test series between the West Indies and SouthAfrica continued in the fourth Test at the Antigua Recreation Ground onSaturday, as the tourists tigerishly defended a low first innings score andreduced the West Indies

608dMarcus Prior

South Africa wrap up series despite Lara's brilliance

After a couple of hiccups and stumbles on a nervous final day, South Africaduly completed an historic 82-run victory over the West Indies at theAntigua Recreation Ground to become just the second side in 27 years to wina Test series in the

608dAndi Thornhill

That was not West Indian!

You could use all of those familiar sayings to describe the events atKensington Oval on the last day of the third Cable & Wireless Test:like cricket is a game of glorious uncertainties and it's a funny oldgame

608dTony Cozier

No bat-bone Again

There are several words appropriate to describe the West Indiesbatting on the second day of the fourth Test that has condemned themto a colossal struggle over the remaining three days

608dTony Cozier

West Indies need a miracle

Another late order collapse, staggering even by their own recentstandards, has once more left the West Indies playing for time in thefourth Test at the Antigua Recreational Ground

608dColin Croft

Pollock again poses threat to the West Indies

"I would like everyone in the team to give at least another 15 percent, then perhaps we can make not only an effort to win a Test, but maybe match South Africa in terms of professionalism too." When Carl Hooper spoke these words at the pre-game press

608dTony Cozier

Up to you, Lara

South Africa are closing in on victory in the fourth Test that hasbeen as good as theirs since the first hour of the third day at theAntigua Recreation Ground

608dTony Cozier

Lara throws a party

There was fight and a final, thrilling flourish from Brian Lara