Ishwar Pandey takes four wickets but JP Duminy frustrates India A

At stumps on Day 3 of the four day match, the Proteas are at 312/9, trailing by 270 runs.

updated: August 19, 2013 21:36 IST
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Rustenburg: India A pacer Ishwar Pandey took four wickets, including two in successive balls, but South Africa A fought back through JP Duminy's fighting 84 and his crucial partnerships with the tail-enders in the first unofficial Test, here on Monday.

The chips were down for the home side after losing five wickets in the first two sessions but Duminy combined with Thami Tsolekile (47) to take South Africa A to 312 for nine at the end of the third day's play.

Duminy and Tsolekile's fightback in the post-tea session, in which they raised a 86-run stand for the seventh wicket, prevented India from wrapping up the first innings of the hosts today itself.

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