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South Africa vs Netherlands ICC World Cup Cricket Match 2007

South Africa vs Netherlands

Friday, March 16, 2007

Group A, St Kitts

   SCOREBOARD
Umpires: M Benson (England) and T Hill (New Zealand) Toss: Netherlands (Elected to Field) (40 Over Match)
Result: South Africa beat Netherlands by 221 runs Man of the Match:
Match Summary: South Africa won by 221 runs

South AfricaNetherlands
353/3 (40 Overs) 132/9 (40 Overs)
BatsmanRB4s6s
B Stelling 1 4 0 0
BatsmanRB4s6s
         
Required Run Rate: 9.09 Target: 354 (40 Overs)
BowlerOMRW
G Smith 8 0 32 1
BowlerOMRW
J Kemp 4 0 18 2

Group A, Match 2, SA vs NE: South Africa beat Netherlands by 221 runs

South Africa Cricket team The Netherlands Cricket team South Africa registered a thumping 221-run victory over Netherlands in a Group A encounter at St Kitts on Friday. This was their highest victory margin in ODIs.
Chasing 354 for a win, Netherlands finished at 132 for nine in 40 overs.
Reported Earlier: It rained sixes and fours at St Kitts as South Africa made mincemeat of the Dutch posting 353 for three in a rain-curtailed 40 overs a side Group A match.
Records fell by the wayside as Hershelle Gibbs became the first batsman ever to hit six consecutive sixes in one over in a World Cup. Mark Boucher smashed his way through to the fastest ever fifty in any World Cup, reaching the mark in just 21 deliveries. The Proteas also broke the record for the maximum number of sixes in a World Cup innings, hitting 18 of them. In addition, they plundered 120 runs in just boundaries.At the end of the innings, Jaques Kallis remained unbeaten on 128, while Boucher was 75 not out.
Pre-Match Report: The Netherlands will be playing for pride when they take on giants South Africa in a Group A match at the Warner Park Stadium, St Kitts on Friday.
South Africa will be without fast bowler Makhaya Ntini, who is likely to be replaced either by paceman Roger Telemachus or left arm spinner Robin Peterson. Ntini joined the squad late on Wednesday. He had stayed back in South Africa to be with his wife at the birth of the couple's second child.
South Africa had the worst of suspect pitches in both of the warm-up matches against Ireland and Pakistan, but captain Graeme Smith said the durface at St Kitts met with his team's approval. The ground is a small one and if the Proteas bat first, one can expect a run fest. Even though there is no match-up between the two sides, it's always important to remember that no one should get complacent about unknown foes. South Africa Team: G C Smith, A B de Villiers, J H Kallis, H H Gibbs, A G Prince, J M Kemp, M V Boucher, S M Pollock, A J Hall, C K Langeveldt, A Nel
Netherlands Team: B Zuiderent, D J Reekers, R N ten Doeschate, A N Kervezee, E S Szwarczynski, D L S van Bunge, T B M de Leede, P W Borren, W F Stelling, L P van Troost, J Smits
Group A, Match 2: South Africa 353-3 ( 40.0 Overs ) beat Netherlands 132-9 (40.0 Overs) by 221 runs

South Africa vs Netherlands Scoreboard - ICC Cricket World Cup 2007

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Netherlands won the toss and decided to field
353 for 3 (40.0 overs)
132 for 9 (40.0 overs)

South Africa Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
A B de Villiers c J Smits b W F Stelling
0
2 0 0
G C Smith c D L S van Bunge b P W Borren
67
59 6 2
J H Kallis not out
 
128
109 11 5
H H Gibbs c E S Szwarczynski b L P van Troost
72
40 4 7
M V Boucher not out
 
75
31 9 4
Extras
 
1nb 8w 2lb 11
 
Total
 
for 3 353 (40.0 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
W F Stelling 8.0 1 43 1
D J Reekers 5.0 1 35 0
R N ten Doeschate 7.0 0 58 0
T B M de Leede 4.0 0 48 0
P W Borren 8.0 0 52 1
D L S van Bunge 4.0 0 56 0
L P van Troost 4.0 0 59 1
Fall of wicket
 
0 A B de Villiers
114 G C Smith
219 H H Gibbs

Netherlands Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
B Zuiderent
 
b S M Pollock
1
10 0 0
D J Reekers run out
 
4
6 1 0
A N Kervezee c S M Pollock b C K Langeveldt
17
52 2 0
R N ten Doeschate run out
 
57
75 8 1
D L S van Bunge lbw b A J Hall
5
15 1 0
E S Szwarczynski lbw b G C Smith
12
31 2 0
T B M de Leede
 
b J M Kemp
21
36 2 0
P W Borren run out
 
2
6 0 0
L P van Troost c G C Smith b J M Kemp
5
6 1 0
W F Stelling not out
 
1
4 0 0
Extras
 
1nb 2w 4lb 7
 
Total
 
for 9 132 (40.0 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
S M Pollock 6.0 2 5 1
A Nel 6.0 1 18 0
C K Langeveldt 6.0 0 22 1
A J Hall 6.0 1 15 1
G C Smith 8.0 0 32 1
J H Kallis 4.0 0 18 0
J M Kemp 4.0 0 18 2
Fall of wicket
 
5 D J Reekers
6 B Zuiderent
33 A N Kervezee
47 D L S van Bunge
72 E S Szwarczynski
114 R N ten Doeschate
124 T B M de Leede
131 P W Borren
132 L P van Troost

Umpires: M R Benson, A L Hill
Netherlands: B Zuiderent, D J Reekers, R N ten Doeschate, A N Kervezee, E S Szwarczynski, D L S van Bunge, T B M de Leede, P W Borren, W F Stelling, L P van Troost, J Smits
South Africa: G C Smith, A B de Villiers, J H Kallis, H H Gibbs, A G Prince, J M Kemp, M V Boucher, S M Pollock, A J Hall, C K Langeveldt, A Nel



Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.