SA in control of 2nd Test against England

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:07 IST

A century from Jacques Kallis helped South Africa take control of the second Test against England at Kingsmead in Durban on Monday.

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A century from Jacques Kallis helped South Africa take control of the second Test against England at Kingsmead in Durban on Monday. Kallis made 162 as the home side totalled 332 in their first innings and claimed a 193-run lead. The innings put Kallis on 1,278 runs for the year, breaking the record of 1,198 set by Graeme Smith in 2003 for the most runs scored in Test matches by a South African in a calendar year. England reached 30 for no loss by the close of play to go with their first innings total of 139. (AP)

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