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Optus Exclusive: Extended highlights day 2

Mitch Marsh has failed then fired with Australia recovering from their worst Test collapse at home since 2010 with the help of a shocking call from third umpire Nigel Llong

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Optus Replay: Hazlewood backing his stamina

Australia paceman Josh Hazlewood says he can shoulder the burden left by Mitchell Starc and play all three Test matches against the West Indies

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Optus Replay: DRS has changed the game

Black Caps batsman Ross Taylor said it was difficult to understand umpires getting DRS calls incorrect after the Nathan Lyon controversy on day two

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Old habits die hard for Aussie batsmen

Lessons learned during the Ashes have still refused to resonate for many of Australia's batsmen

Marsh, Voges steady ship

David Warner started fast but the Black Caps picked up three key wickets as it fell to Shaun Marsh and Adam Voges to edge Australia closer to victory

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Boult beauty does for Smith

Australia's skipper cut down by Trent Boult with a review confirming the lbw by the narrowest of margains

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Scorpions end NSW streak with historic win

A ton from Sarah Taylor and some excellent work in the field handed South Australia their first Women's National Cricket League title

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Smith pulls out the draw shot

You can't set fields for the shots Steve Smith can play! The Aussie skipper goes between the legs for four in Adelaide

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Santner shocker spares Smith

Mitchell Santner puts down a dolly from the Australia captain in what could prove a costly miss for the Black Caps

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Hazlewood hunts Black Caps

Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood picked up a new career-best as the New Zealanders were bowled out for 208 in the first session of day three

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Nifty Nev's maiden Test stumping

Mitchell Santner nearly split himself in half trying to avoid it by Peter Nevill's sharp work collected his first stumping at Test level

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Bendemeer Bullet's Super Six

A new career-best return for Josh Hazlewood with six big second-innings wickets to help bowl out the Black Caps for 208 in Adelaide

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Haddin says thanks to tireless volunteer

Recently retired Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin took the time to say thanks to the very hard-working Cassandra for her efforts, with support from the Commonwealth Bank

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Stoinis reaches ton at the WACA

Marcus Stoinis continued his good recent form when he made it to triple figures for Victoria

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Bailey scores stylish century

George Bailey hit a hundred at home in Tasmania's Shield clash against South Australia

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Taylor scores terrific ton for Scorpions

Sarah Taylor scored a speedy ton to lay the foundation for South Australia's total of 7-264 in the Women's National Cricket League final against NSW