Proteas

Southee, Boult end Proteas innings

2016-08-20 11:38
Trent Boult (AFP)

Cape Town - After rain delayed the start of the second day of the first Test between the Proteas and New Zealand in Durban, it didn't take long for the visitors to wrap up the Proteas first innings.

Starting the day on 236/8 after 77.4 overs, the Proteas added 27 runs to their overnight total. 

Dale Steyn fell in the second over of the day, bowled by Tim Southee without adding to his overnight score. 

Kagiso Rabada (32*) and Dane Piedt then added 27 runs for the last wicket before Piedt was caught behind by BJ Watling off Trent Boult for 9, flashing at a wide delivery.

Hashim Alma top scored with 53 while Temba Bavuma scored a well compiled 46. 

Neil Wager was the pick of the New Zealand bowlers, picking up 3/47 in his 15 overs while Trent Boult ended with 3/45 in 21.4 overs.



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