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Quinton de Kock believes hes played better innings than the brutal 178 that destroyed Australias bowlers to deliver victory for South Africa in the first ODI at Centurion.On a friendly pitch, de Kock was able to capitalise on Australias failure to mount a truly intimidating score after a fast start. He also took advantage of a visiting bowling attack that had been weakened by the resting of Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood.It was the most free [flowing] knock that Ive played, de Kock told reporters after the match. But Ive played a couple of other knocks that Ive enjoyed more, where Ive had to work hard for the runs.Those are the type of knocks that I enjoy. I had to work hard for the runs today, but it was just my day I guess. The wicket was quite nice to play on, it allowed me to play my natural game. Hopefully there will be a couple more wickets like that in the series. Then we can have some more fun.Though he conceded the bowling was not up to scratch, Australias captain Steven Smith was more concerned by the way his batsmen were unable to mount a large enough total. In the absence of Starc and Hazlewood, Smith is aware big scores are required.I thought we started off quite poorly with the ball, we gave him a few freebies to get away, Smith said. We were a bit too short and a bit too wide at times. And from there it just looked like he got in a rhythm, and it felt like every ball was going to the boundary at one point.We got a nice wicket to bat on and we gave some opportunities away. We got a lot of starts and nobody was able to go on and get a big score like Quinton de Kock did. So going forward its the responsibility of one of our top four to post a big total, and if we do that then the team total is going to be big as well. Cheap Jerseys From China Store . 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As the sun paints the Rockies in a golden hue, a hummingbird visits us at eye level, its tiny wings flapping 50 times per second. Its at this moment that I realize Im sharing a view with my sister that few will ever experience.Once darkness settles in and the alpine air conditioning kicks on, we glance up at the stars. And after a complicated potty break that involves a GoGirl device, very little privacy and lots of worrying about falling over the ledge, we dont even consider any other normal bedtime rituals. Instead, we both doze off.Altogether, I get spurts of sleep that likely add up to at least four hours. Each time my sister moves, I imagine how I might roll off the edge and need to call TJ for help. There is no barrier on this nylon rectangle preventing me from doing that.I am harnessed in, so I cant go very far. The thought of rolling over, though, is still very freaky. 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