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Last Updated: Saturday, 16 August, 2003, 09:32 GMT 10:32 UK
England v SA - day three
Jacques Rudolph edges James Kirtley and is caught behind by Alec Stewart
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England get off to the best possible start as James Kirtley has Jacques Rudolph caught behind with the fifth ball of the day
James Kirtley appeals as Boeta Dippenaar is trapped lbw
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Boeta Dippenaar swiftly follows Rudolph back to the pavillion, trapped lbw by Kirtley the very next ball
James Anderson is congratulated by his team-mates after bowling Jacques Kallis
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England celebrate again as James Anderson removes Jacques Kallis' off stump to reduce South Africa to 132-5
Neil McKenzie plays the ball away on the on side
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Neil McKenzie battles away for a half-century and with Mark Boucher guides South Africa towards the follow-on target
Andrew Flintoff sits on the turf as Neil McKenzie and Mark Boucher go for a run
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England and Andrew Flintoff can't find another breakthrough after lunch as Boucher and McKenzie look more comfortable at the crease
Neil McKenzie pulls the ball to the boundry
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McKenzie safely takes the visitors past the follow-on mark as he continues to defy the England bowlers
James Anderson and Nasser Hussain celebrate Neil McKenzie's wicket
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Anderson stops McKenzie 10 short of his century having him caught in the slips by Marcus Trescothick
Andrew Flintoff appeals for the wicket of Mark Boucher
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Flintoff gets lucky with a lbw appeal against Boucher soon after and England look set to post a healthy first innings lead
James Anderson comprehensively bowls South Africa's Paul Adams
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Anderson polishes off the stubborn tail but South Africa's total of 362 all out is just 83 runs behind England
Marcus Trescothick trudges off amid wild South African celebrations led by Shaun Pollock
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England's day ends disappointingly as Trescothick is caught at short-leg off his thigh pad to the first ball of the innings

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