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Umpiring drama works in Australia's favour

Australia's Adam Voges (C) is bowled but it was called a no ball during the first Test against New Zealand in Wellington on February 12, 2016The Australia-New Zealand cricket series faced a fresh umpiring drama on the opening day of the first Test in Wellington Friday with Australian batsman Adam Voges given a reprieve after being bowled. After New Zealand were swiftly dismissed for 183 Australia were well on top at 147-3 at stumps but could just as easily have been four down. Voges was bowled in the last over of the day by Doug Bracewell, only for umpire Richard Illingworth to signal a no ball.

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