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Last Updated: Monday, 8 September, 2003, 09:26 GMT 10:26 UK
England v SA - day five
Martin Bicknell celebrates dismissing Mark Boucher
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South Africa resume on 185-6 and Martin Bicknell soon draws an edge from Mark Boucher to send him on his way
Andrew Hall trudges off after his first-ball duck
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Bicknell has Andrew Hall caught tamely at mid-wicket the very next ball as England capitalise on the early breakthrough
Steve Harmison wheels away as he dismisses Shaun Pollock
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Victory is in England's sight when the dangerous Shaun Pollock guides Steve Harmison into the hands of Graham Thorpe at backward point
Steve Harmison celebrates the wicket of Makhaya Ntini
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Harmison captures the final wicket of Makhaya Ntini to leave South Africa 229 all out and England chasing a target of 110 runs
Michael Vaughan plays an extravagent pull shot
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England skipper Michael Vaughan and his opening partner Marcus Trescothick set about the modest target and reach 47-0 at lunch
Shaun Pollock tosses the ball to himself
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Pollock looks resigned to defeat as he can't force a breakthrough for South Africa
Marcus Trescothick cuts for four
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Vaughan is out straight after lunch but Trescothick begins to open his shoulders and smashes the ball around the ground
Mark Butcher and Marcus Trescothick celebrate victory
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The Somerset left-hander hits 69 not out supported by Mark Butcher and the pair guide England towards a nine-wicket win
Marcus Trescothick raises his bat as he leaves the field
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Trescothick leaves the field victorious and is voted man-of-the-match after his half-century, following on from his first innings 219
Alec Stewart is carried on the shoulders of Steve Harmison and Andrew Flintoff
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The retiring Alec Stewart is hoisted onto the shoulders of team-mates Harmison and Andrew Flintoff as England celebrate squaring the series
Skippers Graeme Smith and Michael Vaughan lift the npower Trophy
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Skippers Graeme Smith and Vaughan share the series trophy after a rollercoaster summer of cricket




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