Proteas in total command
1 Jul 2008
South Africa have made slow progress on the final day of their warm-up match against Somerset, with Mark Boucher losing his wicket for seven.
The Proteas led by 322 runs with nine wickets to spare at the start of play but scoring has not come as quickly as the first day – when the rate was consistently over five-runs an over. Neil McKenzie has reached an unbeaten half-century and will enjoy the time in the middle after a first-ball duck in the opening innings.
South Africa 515-3 (Hashim Amla 172, Jacques Kallis 160 retired hurt)
Somerset 249 (Morne Morkel 3-64)
South Africa (2nd innings) 93-2 (Neil McKenzie 50*)
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