Proteas in crisis: Top cricket boss responds to batting calamity, concedes 'no quick fix'

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Proteas captain Dean Elgar.
Proteas captain Dean Elgar.
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Cricket South Africa's director of cricket, Enoch Nkwe, admits there aren't any quick fixes for the batting malaise that's currently afflicting the men's national team.

The Test side, led by the experienced but struggling Dean Elgar, failed to cross 200 in an innings in seven consecutive digs before they were bowled out for 204 to lose the second Test against Australia in Melbourne on Thursday.

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