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Aussies triumph

Teenage debutant Pat Cummins had his first ball hit for six but then struck two vital blows as Australia eased to victory in a rain-hit first one-day international against South Africa at SuperSport Park on Wednesday.

Facing an adjusted target of 223 off 29 overs, South Africa's chances took a huge dive when Cummins dismissed Jacques Kallis and JP Duminy in the space of three balls.

The hosts were bowled out for 129 in 22 overs to give Australia a 93-win Duckworth/Lewis win.

Cummins, at 18 the youngest player to represent Australia in a one-day international, confirmed the promise he showed in two Twenty20 internationals against the same opponents. AFP

 

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