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HAND TO MOUTH; cricket.

HAND TO MOUTH: Brian Lara trudges back to the Queen's Park Oval pavilion pavilion after falling lbw for 0 in the West Indies' second innings against South Africa.

The tourists claimed victory by 69 runs in an enthralling climax to the second Test, captain Carl Hooper stranded on 54 not out as the last five wickets fell for just 19 runs.The third Test begins on March 29 at Kensington Oval in Barbados.

Scores: South Africa 286 (D J Cullinan 103, J H Kallis 53) and 287 (H H Gibbs 87, D J Cullinan 73; C A Walsh 6-61). West Indies 342 (R D Jacobs 93 no, W W Hinds 56, C L Hooper 53; A A Donald 4-91) and 162 (CL Hooper 54no, JH Kallis 4-40. South Africa won by 69 runs.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Mar 22, 2001
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