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2014-08-07 13:00
Cape Town - It's back to the drawing board for @officialCSA after their Australian counterparts responded to a tweet in fine style.

After South Africa's captain Hashim Amla got his hands back on the ICC Mace after South Africa returned to the top of the Test rankings, @officialCSA decided to have some fun and sent a cheeky tweet to @CricketAus.

The Australian cricket team is well known for their sledging and their Twitter account was on top form as they replied in typical Australian fashion - by mocking South Africa's lack of Cricket World Cup silverware. 

Australia have won FOUR World Cup titles, while the Proteas will be looking to break their duck, ironically, in Australia, next February/March.

No doubt about it, @CricketAus won this little Twitter battle!

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