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Last Updated: Saturday, 6 September, 2003, 09:35 GMT 10:35 UK
England v SA - day three
Graham Thorpe salutes the crowd on reaching his fifty
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Graham Thorpe plays fluently to stroke his way to an impressive half century on his return to the Test arena
Marcus Trescothick raises his bat to acknowledge his fourth Test hundred
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Marcus Trescothick reaches a well-deserved fourth Test century - his first for 15 months and his first against a non-Asian country
Graham Thorpe salutes the crowd as he receives a rapturous reception from the crowd on reaching his hundred
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Thorpe reaches a superb century after lunch - his 12th Test ton and first at The Oval - from just 199 balls to a rapturous reception
Makhaya Ntini holds his head in frustration
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Makhaya Ntini shows his frustration as England pile on the runs at a rapid rate and the tourists remain wicketless on the third day
Graham Thorpe is bowled by Jacques Kallis for 124
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Thorpe eventually perishes bowled by Jacques Kallis for an outstanding 124 to end a third-wicket partnership of 268
Jacques Kallis (centre) is mobbed by his team-mates after dismissing Graham Thorpe
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Kallis (centre) claims his side's only success of the day so far as England creep nearer South Africa's first innings total of 484
Ed Smith prods forward with his bat
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Ed Smith replaces Thorpe at the crease but after getting off the mark with a classy four he falls lbw to Andrew Hall for 16
Andrew Hall celebrates the wicket of England's Ed Smith
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Hall captures the wicket of Smith with a close lbw decision to leave England on 379-4, 104 runs behind the tourists' total
England's Alec Stewart gives the South African players a thumbs up to acknowledge them lining up as he comes to the crease
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The South African team line up as a mark of respect as Alec Stewart comes to the crease for possibly his final Test innings
Marcus Trescothick raises both arms to salute his double century
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Trescothick carries on where he left off after tea to reach his first ever Test double hundred
Alec Stewart raises his bat to the crowd as he returns to the pavilion after possibly his last Test innings
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Stewart scores 38 before being trapped lbw by Pollock, much to the disappointment of a capacity crowd at The Oval
Marcus Trescothick acknowledges the crowd as he returns to the pavillion
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Trescothick finally holes out for 219 and England finish the day on 502-7, 18 runs ahead of South Africa



SEE ALSO
England v SA - day one
04 Sep 03  |  Photo Galleries
England v SA - day two
05 Sep 03  |  Photo Galleries



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