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De Kock was doing the scoring. Shaun Marsh at the other end can't seem to find the middle of the bat for more than two balls in a row. Not a tough pitch at all. It clips the bat and the thigh pad on its way to Peter Nevill. Team Rankings

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Kagiso Rabada did the early damage but some young Victorians stood tall while the South Africans got some their desired time in the middle under lights against the pink ball. Cricket Australia is the custodian of cricket in Australia with a vision to be Australia's favourite sport. Take cricket with you everywhere!

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Pakistan vs England series will be going to start on Thursday. De Kock on the attack: This is going to be a fun session. Quinton de Kock is taking on the attack and South Africa can look at some quick runs here. He's not going to duck the short ball anymore. He's taking them on from Starc. And Lyon, for that matter. He's quckly raced away to 80 here. Debutant Maharaj is doing his job - getting to the other end without fuss.

Philander falls before Tea Brain freeze! He saw QDK play the pull and thought he could do it too. Maybe he can, but now was not the time. Just before the Tea interval. Philander has dragged one back on to the stumps on the stroke of Tea. Not what they'd have envisioned. Bavuma falls immediately after 50 It needed a catch like that to end this stand.

South Africa still unable to kick on after starts. And it's the spinner Nathan Lyon who gets the breakthrough. Bavuma rocks back to play this down the leg side , gets a faint tickle on to the thigh pad and it balloons up to FSL's right where Shaun Marsh completes a diving catch, plucking the ball inches of the turf. End of a run stand. Mitchell Starc back in to the attack for another burst.

He's going around the wicket to the left-handed de Kock. Short stuff on offer from around the wicket here. After playing a quiet second fiddle to de Kock's positivity for much of the session, Bavuma has just essayed a couple of beautifully timed boundaries through the covers off Mitchell Marsh.

The partnership has swelled past 50 as Smith seems content on rotating his troika of quicks and Mitchell Marsh. No sign of spin yet. No dearth of singles here One job as a captain is to try like hell that you don't give away easy singles, especially early in an innings. Quinton de Kock starts positively That's how he rolls.

Peter Siddle offers de Kock room to free his arms outside off-stump and the diminutive keeper-bat flays deliveries to pick up two fours through the covers. In the next over, Siddle pitches one up and is driven down the ground for another boundary. He will play his shots, this QDK. Starc is quick on the uptake and retaliates with a sharp bouncer. Starc gets du Plessis Straight after Lunch. The round the wicket ploy works for Mitchell Starc and perhaps its the break in concentration that does du Plessis in.

Needles shot, reaches out to try and cut. It's fuller and hurries him. It's a very good catch by Voges at first slip. The South Africa captain had looked so good. Not the start the visitors would have wanted to the second session.

Five down now and here's QDK. Will he counter-attack here? Before anyone gets too excited, SAf were day one of Perth Test, got to and won by miles bothteamsbat ausvsa. They've arrested the free fall with this run stand. Bavuma has copped a blow to his ribs but has soldiered on admirably. They'll need to bat for much, much longer. Not a tough pitch at all. Need to show more of this application and runs will come. Faf du Plessis is looking solid out in the middle.

For starters, he's not looking to hit the ball as much as merely allowing it come to him. The outfield at the WACA certainly offers value for shots. Du Plessis has been particularly sharp in dispatching the short deliveries. South Africa will need to cash in on this period with the Australian bowlers slacking just a bit after all their first hour hostilities.

Mitchell Marsh has been on the shorter side while Starc, in his second burst, has gone too full. Four down for Peter Siddle joins the party. This is a big wicket, this of JP Duminy, simply because he was looking the best of the South African batsmen in the first hour.

Length delivery that sneaks through an attempted forward defence from JP. It clips the bat and the thigh pad on its way to Peter Nevill.

The umpire gave it out, Duminy wasn't sure if he'd nicked it and opted to review the call. HotSpot pointed at a faint little edge and JP had to be sent on his way. Four down in the first hour. A second for Hazlewood.