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Monday, 21 October, 2002, 09:36 GMT 10:36 UK
South Africa thrash Bangladesh
SA celebrate as Hayward removes Omar
SA celebrate as Hayward removes Omar
1st Test, East London, day four: South Africa (529-4d) beat Bangladesh (170 and 252) by an innings and 107 runs

Bangladesh's losing streak continued as they were comfortably beaten by South Africa in the first Test at Buffalo Park.

They had managed to take the match into a fourth day but were skittled out an hour after play started on Monday.

David Terbrugge did the damage, claiming career-best figures of five wickets for 46 runs from 15 overs.

It was Bangladesh's 13th defeat in the 14 matches they have played since they were granted Test status two years ago.

Captain Khaled Mashud and Alok Kapali had defied the South African bowlers for the last 88 minutes of Sunday's play.

But Kapali was out to the fifth ball of the morning when he went back on his stumps and was lbw for 10.

The new ball was due after two overs and was taken immediately.

With his sixth delivery with the new ball Terbrugge had Mashud lbw for a gritty 33, made in 105 minutes off 156 balls.

The tail-enders went for their shots, with Mohammad Rafique hitting a quick 19 before he swung across the line and was bowled by Terbrugge.

Bangladesh were always struggling after South Africa notched 529-4 declared in their first innings.

Opener Graeme Smith scored his maiden century by hitting exactly 200 on the first day.

The second and final Test starts in Potchefstroom on Friday.


South Africa: Mark Boucher (captain), Herschelle Gibbs, Gary Kirsten, Graeme Smith, Jacques Kallis, Ashwell Prince, Martin van Jaarsveld, Claude Henderson, Mornantau Hayward, Makhaya Ntini, David Terbrugge.

Bangladesh: Habibul Bashar, Javed Omar, Al-Shariar, Tushar Imran, Sanwar Hossain, Khaled Mashud (captain), Manjurul Islam, Talha Jubair, Mohammad Rafique, Tapash Baishya, Alok Kapali.

Umpires: Daryl Harper (Aus), Russell Tiffin (Zim)

TV umpire: Shahid Wadvalla (SA)

Match referee: Ranjan Madugalle (SrL)

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