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JP brings up 1000 Test runs

2014-02-21 14:23
JP Duminy (File)
Port Elizabeth - South Africa's JP Duminy brought up 1000 Test runs scored, during the second day's play of the second Test against Australia at St George's Park, in Port Elizabeth, on Friday.

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As Duminy moved to 77 in the first innings, he passed the milestone off the bowling of Peter Siddle in the 127th over.

Duminy had an average of 31.82 from 22 Tests coming into the game, with two tons and five half-centuries. The middle order batsman has a highest score of 166 he achieved against Australia in December 2008.

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