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Quinton De Kock’s 141 puts South Africa on top

The West Indies’ batting faltered for the second time in as many days, keeping South Africa in a commanding position at stumps on the second day of the first cricket test.After being dismissed for 97 on the first day, the West Indies slumped to 51-4 as it began its second innings 225 runs behind South Africa.

Quinton de Kock’s unbeaten 141 guided South Africa to 322 in its first innings and the tourist’s bowlers again quickly ran through the West Indies’ top order.

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