CENTURION, South Africa (AP):Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada’s career-best 7-112 set South Africa up for a big lead over England in the fourth Test yesterday. Rabada rattled through England’s top and middle order as the tourists were bowled out for 342 after South Africa’s 475.South Africa stretched their lead to 175 when bad light stopped play on the third day at SuperSport Park, reaching 42-1 in their second innings.Rabada’s rich return, which included a burst of three wickets in two overs just before lunch, put South Africa in position for a desperately needed win to regain some lost pride.England have already clinched the four-match series with a 2-0 lead ahead of this last Test. South Africa haven’t won in their previous nine Tests, leaving newcomer Rabada without a victory in his young career.”I don’t think I’ve arrived yet,” he said. “There’s still lots of work to be done. (But) It felt good to take those seven wickets.”
Fort Nelson 4:50 AM PST Saturday 30 November 2013 Winter storm watch for Fort Nelson issuedGusty winds with snow and cold wind chill to develop this afternoon.This is an alert to the potential development of dangerous winter weather conditions in these regions. Monitor weather conditions..listen for updated statements.- Advertisement -An intense low developing over the Alaskan Panhandle acting with a building ridge of high pressure over the Yukon will result in increasing east to northeast winds this afternoon. These winds gusting at times to 70 km/h with newly fallen snow will create reduced visibilities in blowing snow. As well cold wind chill values down to minus 35 are expected as temperatures remain cold. Conditions are forecast to improve somewhat later Sunday.