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|Dane van Niekerk||10.0||0||33||1||3.30|
|Mignon du Preez||35||47||6||0||74.47|
|Dane van Niekerk||30||40||2||1||75.00|
New Zealand Women continued to have a poor run in their home ODI series against the South African Women as they lost the second ODI without putting up any fight whatsoever. While the loss is going to have no impact on their World Cup qualification chances, the win for Proteas has certainly put the South African Women in strong position as far as qualifying for the playoffs is concerned. With back to back wins, South Africa have climbed to fourth spot on the ladder, separated only by net run-rate from India. Another win here will push them to the third spot and that is exactly what they'll be aiming for. New Zealand haven't been at their best in the series so far and we expect them to come out all guns blazing to regain some pride in front of their home crowd. The third and final ODI of the series is to be played at Seddon Park, Hamilton, on 30th January.
Apart from winning the toss, nothing went right for the hosts in the second ODI of the series. Opting to put the Proteas in the field, the Kiwis failed to get off to the kind of start they were looking for. They lost both their openers in the space of first five overs and while Suzie Bates tried hard to resurrect their innings, the job proved to be too hard for her.
Apart from Bates, who scored 38 off 60 deliveries, no one could get going as New Zealand Women folded for a total of 117. The partnership between Suzie Bates and Katey Martin showed some resistance, but once Bates was dismissed, it all went downhill for the hosts.
There wasn't much their bowlers could have done after their batsmen failed to show resistance. Even though Sophie Devine dismissed Laura Wovlaardt without putting anything on the board, New Zealand were always chasing the match. JM Kerr and Sophie Devine were the pick of their bowlers as they both picked up a wicket each.
Lauren Down, Maddy Green, Suzie Bates, Sophie Devine, Katie Perkins, Katey Martin, Amelia Kerr, Hayley Jensen, Leigh Kasperek, Jess Kerr, Rosemary Mair.
South Africa continued from where they left in the first match as they didn't give New Zealand any space to work with. Marizanne Kapp was fantastic up front with the ball and picked up a four-wicket haul to jolt the hosts at regular intervals. Apart from superb bowling, the visitors exhibited fantastic show of fielding and found two Kiwi batsmen short of their crease.
Apart from Marizanne Kapp, Dane van Niekerk, and Ayabonga Khaka played an important role in the middle overs. Khaka returned with two wickets to his name at the expense of 21 runs in 7 overs. Dane van Niekerk gave away 14 runs and picked up a wicket in her six overs. Marizanne Kapp was the pick of their bowlers and returned with four wickets for 29 runs.
In reply to New Zealand's total, their batsmen only needed to occupy the crease and they did it to perfect. Lizelle Lee, in particular, was pretty severe on the Kiwi bowlers and scored 38 off 43 deliveries. Once she was dismissed, Mignon du Preez played a quick-fire knock, scoring 35 off 27 deliveries, as she propelled South Africa to a win in just under 24 overs.
Mignon du Preez, Lizelle Lee, Laura Wolvaardt, Chloe Tryon, Dane van Niekerk, Sune Luus, Marizanne Kapp, Trisha Chetty, Shabnim Ismail, Masabata Klaas, Ayabonga Khaka.
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Apart from the series result, there is a lot hinging on the outcome of the upcoming match. The Proteas have a chance to move to the third spot on the championship points table whereas New Zealand will move to fifth spot if they manage to win the upcoming encounter. In the series up until now, the hosts have looked listless and will be low on confidence. The Proteas, on the other hand, were brilliant in both the matches. They were flawless and will be looking to build on the momentum they have. Comparing the two sides on the basis of their respective performances in the two matches and composition on paper, South African women are better placed to emerge on top in the upcoming encounter.
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