Cricket News In Brief – November 23, 2011 – Latest Cricket News – Part 2

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Cricket News In Brief – November 23, 2011 – Latest Cricket News – Part 2

Bravo reached his second ton of the tour to end the first session on 105 not out, with Windies adding 111 which took them to 378 for the loss of 3 wickets before the umpires made the call for lunch.
The only wicket to fall was of no.3 batsman, The hosts however, lead the three match series 2-0.

The Kiwis will lock horns against the Aussies in the first Test match, scheduled to kick off from December 1 at Brisbane.
Johnson is suffering from an injury to the main joint while all-rounder,
Banned Men In Green players, are set to appeal their sentences in the Court of Appeal today.

Butt was handed a two-and-a-half year jail sentence while teenage fast bowler, Amir was given a six-month young offender’s detention for their involvement in spot fixing last year.
However, both were discontent with the verdict handed by Justice Cook earlier in the month and now will appear in front of Lord Justice, who will hear their respective cases.  
South African head coach, was pleased with the performance of his team despite levelling the Test series against Australia, despite being in the ascendency in the second Test match.

The Proteas won the first Test match, but failed to clinch the first ever series win against the Kangaroos after failing to restrict Australia in chasing 310 in the second five-day game.
"There were times when we could have kept up our concentration levels for longer periods and capitalised on a really good position, but the Aussies had situations like that as well. I’m generally happy with the way things went," he said.



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