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CLEANING AND PRESSURE WASHING
OF VARIOUS AREAS
AT THE PIARCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
SYDNEY---Three consecutive balls
from JP Duminy helped South Africa
address quite a few concerns at the
Cricket World Cup.
Part-time offspinner Duminy became
the first South African, and only the
eighth bowler overall, to register a hat
trick at the World Cup yesterday.
He took a wicket with the last delivery
of the 33rd over, and two more on the
first and second balls of his next over.
It helped that legspinner Imran Tahir
took a wicket in the over in between---
one of his four wickets for the match---
as Sri Lanka collapsed from 114-4 to
116-8 in the space of nine deliveries.
The 1996 champions were dismissed
for 133, and South Africa needed only
18 overs to achieve the winning target,
and end its winless streak in World Cup
"Pretty pleased with that perform-
ance. Don t think I ve ever come close
to taking a hat trick before," Duminy
said. "I knew it was possibly a hat trick
ball, just before I bowled it, so we got
a few fielders in, and fortunately enough
he played around it. It wasn t my greatest
delivery, but it was wicket to wicket, so
I was pleased with that. It was one of
those days when everything clicks."
It was the second hat trick of this
tournament, after Steven Finn s for Eng-
land against Australia a month ago in
Questions had been posed over the
balance of South Africa s attack, and
whether using part-timers for up to 10
overs in support of the specialist bowlers
was going to work at a World Cup where
the runs have been flowing.
In this match, it all worked out. New-
ball pacement Kyle Abbott and Dale
Steyn took out the opening batsmen
cheaply. Then the slow bowlers kicked
in, and the runs began to dry up.
Legspinner Tahir weaved his usual magic
to claim 4-26, and Duminy s stunning
spell earned 3-29.
Duminy removed Sri Lanka skipper
Angelo Mathews (19) to a poorly played
shot to finish one over, then returned
to have Nuwan Kulasekara (1) caught
behind, before trapping newcomer
Tharindu Kaushal lbw for a first-ball
Duminy first South African to do World Cup trick
Chetan Sharma, India vs New Zealand, Nagpur, 1987
Saqlain Mushtaq, Pakistan vs Zimbabwe, London, 1999
Chaminda Vaas, Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, Pietermaritzburg, 2003
Brett Lee, Australia vs Kenya, Durban, 2003
Lasith Malinga, Sri Lanka vs South Africa, Providence, 2007
Kemar Roach, West Indies vs Netherlands, New Delhi, 2011
Lasith Malinga, Sri Lanka vs Kenya, Colombo, 2011
Steven Finn, England vs Australia, Melbourne, 2015
JP Duminy, South Africa vs Sri Lanka, Sydney, 2015
South Africa's JP Duminy, centre, is congratulated by his teammates after his hat-trick wicket of Sri Lanka's
Tharindu Kaushal during their Cricket World Cup quarterfinal match in Sydney, Australia, yesterday. AP PHOTO
in 4 balls
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