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Rain interrupts play for third time on 4th day

Published: Monday, November 19, 2001, 23:41 [IST]
 
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Port Elizabeth: South Africa was 233 for five in its second innings when rain interrupted play for the third time on the fourth day of the second cricket Test match against India on Monday.Jacques Kallis was unbeaten on 89 and skipper Shaun Pollock was playing on 55 with South Africa taking an overall lead of 394 runs over India's total of 201. Showers had delayed the start of the play, which was to begin half an hour earlier than the scheduled time to compensate for the 14 overs lost on Sunday due to bad light. The match began at 2:30 pm IST, half an hour later than the scheduled time but it was just into the third over of the day when rain started once again. Play resumed again more than two hours later but for a short while during which Pollock completed his half century with a single off Javagal Srinath.
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