Cricket-Australia v South Africa - second test scoreboard

Sun Nov 25, 2012 7:20am GMT

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ADELAIDE, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Scoreboard at the close of the
fourth day of the second test between Australia and South Africa
at Adelaide Oval on Sunday:
    Australia won the toss and chose to bat
    
    Australia first innings 550     
    South Africa first innings 388

    Australia second innings (overnight 111-5)
    D. Warner c du Plessis b Kleinveldt    41 
    E. Cowan b Kleinveldt                  29 
    R. Quiney c de Villiers b Kleinveldt    0
    R. Ponting b Steyn                     16                   
 
    M. Clarke lbw Steyn                    38
    P. Siddle c de Villiers b Morkel        1
    M. Hussey c Steyn b Morkel             54
    M. Wade c De Villiers b Morkel         18
    J. Pattinson not out                   29
    B. Hilfenhaus not out                  18
    Extras (b-4 lb-10, nb-9)               23         
    Total (for 8 wickets decl, 70 overs)  267 
    Fall of wickets: 1-77 2-77 3-91 4-98 5-103 6-173 7-206 8-220
    Did not bat: N. Lyon  
    Bowling: Steyn 17-5-50-2 (nb-1), Morkel 19-4-50-3 (nb-1),
Kleinveldt 19-2-65-3 (nb-5), Tahir 14-1-80-0 (nb-2), F. Du
Plessis 1-0-8-0
    
    South Africa second innings
    G. Smith c Ponting b Hilfenhaus         0  
    A. Petersen b Siddle                   24 
    H. Amla c Clarke b Lyon                17
    J. Rudolph c Cowan b Lyon               3
    AB De Villiers not out                 11
    F. Du Plessis not out                  18    
    Extras: (1-b, 1-nb)                     2
    Total (for four wickets, 50 overs)     77
    Fall of wickets: 1-3 2-36 3-45 4-45
    Still to bat: Kallis, Morkel, Steyn, Tahir, Kleinveldt
    Bowling: B. Hilfenhaus 12-6-23-1, P. Siddle 11-5-23-1
(1-nb), M. Clarke 5-2-4-0, N. Lyon 15-7-15-2, D. Warner
3-0-10-0, R. Quiney 3-2-1-1, R. Ponting 1-1-0-0
    Third test:   WACA, Perth       Nov. 30-Dec. 4 

 (Compiled by Ian Ransom; Editing by Alastair Himmer)
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