JP Duminy and Hashim Amla combined in a stand of 292 to put the Proteas well in command of the third Test against Sri Lanka at the Wanderers on Thursday.
The Proteas lost two quick wickets as they battled to 79 for two at lunch on the first day of the third Test against Sri Lanka, at the Wanderers on Thursday, writes MARK SALTER.
Centuries from JP Duminy and Dean Elgar, in a partnership of 250, put the Proteas in a dominant position on day three of the first Test against Australia on Saturday. On that foundation, the Proteas ended the day on 390-6, with Quinton de Kock on 16 and Vernon Philander on 23. But the day belonged to Duminy and Elgar. They lifted the Proteas from a… Read more →