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Last Updated: Friday, 5 September, 2003, 08:56 GMT 09:56 UK
England v SA - day two
South Africa's Jacques Rudolph is out lbw
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England get off to flying start as a swinging delivery from Martin Bicknell raps Jacques Rudolph on his pads
England's Martin Bicknell captures the wicket of Jacques Rudolph
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Rudolph departs lbw for a duck as England's delighted players celebrate their vital early breakthrough
Martin Bicknell appeals for an lbw decision against South Africa's Mark Boucher
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Bicknell appeals for another lbw, this time against Mark Boucher, as England continue to apply pressure on South Africa's batsman
England's players celebrate dismissing Mark Boucher
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Bicknell's persistence pays off as he has Boucher caught behind for eight to leave the tourists on 385-6
England's Ashley Giles runs out Jacques Kallis
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More success for England - Ashley Giles diverts a drive from Shaun Pollock on to the stumps to run out dangerman Jacques Kallis
Andrew Flintoff celebrates taking the wicket of South Africa's Andrew Hall
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Andrew Hall follows Kallis back to the pavilion as Andrew Flintoff traps him lbw for just one run
South Africa's Shaun Pollock plays a shot past the slips
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But Pollock plays brilliantly to frustrate the England attack as he mounts an obdurate last-wicket stand with Makhaya Ntini
South Africa's Shaun Pollock plays a cover drive
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Pollock reaches his half-century, but Ntini is out soon after to bring South Africa's innings to a close on 484
England captain Michael Vaughan walks from the crease after being dismissed by Shaun Pollock
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Despite racing to 23 runs off just 26 balls, Michael Vaughan is caught by Herschelle Gibbs to give Shaun Pollock his 300th Test wicket
Mark Butcher was given out lbw for 32
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Vaughan is soon joined in the dressing room by Mark Butcher, trapped lbw by Andrew Hall for 32
England's Marcus Trescothick dodges a bouncer
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Marcus Trescothick bats sensibly alongside the recalled Graham Thorpe to help England recover to 165-2 at stumps
England's Graham Thorpe and Marcus Trescothick walk off the pitch at the end of play
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Thorpe and Trescothick will face a testing morning on day three as they remain 319 runs behind South Africa

England v SA - day one
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