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The England Learning Disability side have qualified for the 40 over final of the INAS Tri-Series supported by NatWest after a 224 run victory over South Africa. After England posted an imposing total of 316-3 South Africa could only muster 92 in reply.

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South Africa will have little time to lick their wounds following the 211-run loss to England in the first Test match at Lord’s, as the focus quickly shifts to Nottingham ahead of the second Test starting at Trent Bridge on Friday. Proteas paceman, Morne Morkel, says the preparation for the quick turnaround of matches will focus on perfecting their disciplines- which were the glaring disappointment in the first match- and channelling their energy towards a series-levelling performance.

“We had two days in London to get over it (the loss),” he said to the media at Trent Bridge on Wednesday. "Once we got on the bus to Nottingham yesterday it was important for us to leave that behind and look forward to Friday. It’s a quick turnaround, we have two training sessions, and it’s important for us as individuals to work out what we want to achieve in these two days. 

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Moeen Ali has received a rankings boost in the ICC Test Player Rankings following a player of the match performance in the Lord’s Test in which England defeated South Africa by 211 runs to go 1-0 up in the four-match series.

Ali contributed 87 and seven with the bat and bagged four for 59 and six for 53 with the red cherry as England romped to victory with more than a day to spare. 

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Proteas stand-in captain, Dean Elgar, says the squad will need to be a lot more ‘ruthless’ with their basic disciplines- which he feels was the disappointment- in the 211-run loss to England in the first Test match at Lord’s on Sunday. A dejected Elgar lamented the missed opportunities throughout the four days of cricket, which highlighted a below-par performance in the field.

He gave credit to the bowlers, who brought the team back into the match with a lethal performance with the ball on the fourth morning, taking the last nine wicket for 114 runs to set up a difficult but gettable target of 331 for victory.

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England Learning Disability got their INAS Tri-Series campaign off to a perfect start with a six wicket victory over South Africa at Chester Boughton Hall.

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England beat the Standard Bank Proteas by 211 runs inside four days in the first Test match which finished at Lord’s in London on Sunday.  Set to make an unlikely 331 for victory the Proteas crumbled to 119 all out with Moeen Ali taking 6 wickets to give him 10 in the match.

In truth, neither side’s batsmen were able to cope with the conditions on the last day with England losing 9/114 on the day and South Africa 10/119. And England would have got quite a lot less had Jonny Bairstow been caught in the deep off a straight forward chance to Vernon Philander. Bairstow had 7 at the time and went on to make 51. Philander was clearly trying to protect his injured right hand and the chance went down. 

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South Africa remain optimistic of a strong comeback in the first Test match against England at Lord’s. England are firmly in control with a lead of 216 runs with nine wickets remaining after three days, and look set to dangle another challenge of attrition and temperament for the Proteas.

Star batsman in the first innings, Temba Bavuma, says the team will take some confidence from their successes in similar situations in the past. Vernon Philander is expected to bowl on Sunday after receiving a blow to the hand while batting, with x-rays revealing severe bruising and no fracture to the hand.

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