India bid farewell to South Africa tour on a happy note. d which has helped us achieve so much and I hope this continues because we still haven’t won anything. We don’t want a change in formula after every tie. The Indian players, even the top stars, were getting significantly less than their English and Australian counterparts in the previous annual retainer package. But Kusal Perera, who was in at number three, took on the Indian bowling attack and hammered them all around the park. But you take the good and the bad when you’re the manager and that’s part of the game. local time when the session started kept most drivers in the garages until things warmed up by noon. Erica Bougard led after edging out United States teammate Kendell Williams by 0. BWF again blames the on-court coaching for making the games longer, please bad excuse. They had slumped to 108 for six after 30 overs, despite Martin Guptill scoring 50, his 34th ODI half century.