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South Africa Women v Ireland Women Played at North-West University No1 Ground, Potchefstroom, on 19 May 2017
Ireland Women 1st innings
BattingRB4s6s
MV Waldronlbw b Khaka415270
L Paullbw b Khaka174920
GH Lewisc Ismail b Khaka264240
R Stokellrun out (du Preez)162230
SM Kavanaghb Luus245040
J Grayc Chetty b de Klerk183110
LC Boylannot out253140
Rachel Delaneynot out172530
L Little
A Beggs
S MacMahon
Extras(b 10, lb 2, w 5, nb 2)19
Total(6 wickets; 50 overs)203
Fall of wickets
1-54 (Waldron, 15.3 ov); 2-68 (Paul, 17.4 ov); 3-108 (Stokell, 25.6 ov); 4-115 (Lewis, 27.5 ov); 5-154 (Gray, 39.3 ov); 6-162 (Kavanagh, 42.1 ov)
South Africa Women won by 120 runs
South Africa Women 323/8
Ireland Women 203/6
MOM: Steyn
Toss: South Africa Women elected to
Umpires: AT Holdstock, A Jacobs
Referee: D Govindjee
BowlingOMRW
Ismail52110
Kapp3.10160
Klaas6.52320
Luus100461
Khaka50153
Ntozakhe101440
de Klerk105271
South Africa Women 1st innings
BattingRB4s6s
A Steynlbw b Boylan117123160
S Luusc Rachel Delaney b Boylan8310261
M du Preezst Waldron b Rachel Delaney161420
N de Klerkc Rachel Delaney b MacMahon2500
CL Tryonc Gray b Beggs281113
T Chettyc Waldron b Beggs332631
M Kappc Kavanagh b Rachel Delaney1200
S Ismailc & b Rachel Delaney6610
M Klaasnot out81300
A Khakanot out1100
R Ntozakhe
Extras(w 25, nb 3)28
Total(8 wickets; 50 overs)323
BowlingOMRW
Little80480
Beggs100562
Rachel Delaney100703
Kavanagh20230
MacMahon100491
Lewis40300
Paul30100
Boylan30372
Fall of wickets
1-209 (Luus, 35.4 ov); 2-228 (Steyn, 37.6 ov); 3-241 (de Klerk, 39.4 ov); 4-247 (du Preez, 40.5 ov); 5-283 (Tryon, 43.2 ov); 6-287 (Kapp, 44.3 ov); 7-300 (Ismail, 46.4 ov); 8-321 (Chetty, 49.4 ov)


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