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Rain delays play in PE

2013-01-12 10:37
Rain (Gallo Images)
Port Elizabeth - Rain has delayed the start of the second day's play of the second Test between South Africa and New Zealand at St George's Park.

Rain had subsided by the time (10:30) play was due to start but a wet outfield delayed the start, with play expected to get under way at 10:45.

On Friday, Hashim Amla scored his 19th Test century to steered South Africa to 325/4 at stumps on day one.

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Amla and Faf du Plessis added an unbeaten 102 runs for the fifth wicket, with the batsmen on 106 and 69 respectively.

South Africa won the first Test in Cape Town by an innings and 27 runs.

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