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‘Brilliant day’ for Aussies as South Africa collapse

JOHANNESBURG, November 17, 2011 (AFP) - Teenage debutant Pat Cummins celebrated a "brilliant day" after Australia sent South Africa tumbling to 266 all out on the first day of the second and final Test at the Wanderers on Thursday.
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Cummins only took one wicket but generated impressive pace after becoming the second youngest Australian to play Test cricket.

"It was pretty exciting," said Cummins of a day when Australia played themselves into contention for a win which would earn them a share of the series following an eight-wicket defeat in the first Test in Cape Town.
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Cummins, 18, who said being handed his baggy green cap by Australian great Ricky Ponting was "really special," paid tribute to his fellow bowlers.

"We bowled in good partnerships.
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Mitchell Johnson got some swing and I could concentrate on being aggressive while Siddy (Peter Siddle) got in their face a bit and it worked," he said.

South Africa lost their last six wickets for 25 runs on what looked a good batting pitch, although South African batsman Jacques Kallis said there was some life in the surface which the home team's fast bowlers hoped to exploit. A depleted Australian bowling attack could not have hoped for a better day. Fast bowler Ryan Har

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