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Sunday, 11 November 2012 - 19:23
Tourists on top at the Gabba
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World number one side South Africa maintained the upper hand in the first Test as Australia closed day three in Brisbane 339 runs behind at 111-3.

After yesterday's washout, the tourists resumed on 255-2 and Hashim Amla took his stand with Jacques Kallis to 165.

Kallis (147) made his 44th Test century as the South Africans compiled 450.

Their pacemen then took three wickets inside 10 overs, Ricky Ponting out for a fifth-ball duck, before Ed Cowan and Michael Clarke shared an unbroken 71.

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