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Plays of the Day: SA vs England, Test – day three

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Cricket correspondent Stuart Hess gives us the highlights of the day’s play between South Africa and England in Taunton on Wednesday.

Kate Cross of England celebrates the wicket of Andrie Steyn of South Africa during day three of their once-off Test match at the Cooper Associates County Ground in Taunton on Wednesday
Kate Cross of England celebrates the wicket of Andrie Steyn of South Africa during day three of their once-off Test match at the Cooper Associates County Ground in Taunton on Wednesday. Photo: Kieran McManus/Shutterstock/BackpagePix

Johannesburg — England fast bowler Issy Wong struck twice in late on the third day, to leave South Africa struggling to save the Once-off Test in Taunton on Wednesday.

Cricket correspondent Stuart Hess gives us the highlights of the day’s play in Taunton on Wednesday.

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SHOT: Laura Wolvaardt’s cover drive never gets old, never. She unleashed one off Kate Cross early in the Proteas second innings, all grace and elegance. A delight to behold.

BALL: Cross has been superb in her new role as the leader of England’s attack. She was too crafty for poor Andrie Steyn, with a lovely delivery that left the right hander and which was edged to gully …

CATCH 1: … where Sciver took a great catch, off her bootlaces. The ball was certainly travelling, but Sciver is a superb athlete with excellent reflexes and as she showed with a catch in the first innings at slip, outstanding hands.

CATCH 2: Another stunner from Sciver in the gully, late in the day, when she flung herself down to her right, to catch Wolvaardt.

WEATHER: More rain has been forecast for Thursday, but England will hope there will be enough dry spells, to give them sufficient time to dismiss South Africa a second time.

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