Cricket-New Zealand v South Africa third Twenty20 - scoreboard

Wed Feb 22, 2012 3:20pm IST

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Feb 22 (Reuters) - Scoreboard from the third and final
Twenty20 international between New Zealand and South Africa at
Eden Park in Auckland on Wednesday.	
    South Africa:	
 R. Levi c Nicol b Franklin          11	
 H. Amla c McCullum b Bracewell      33	
 A. Morkel c Nicol b Southee         10	
 AB de Villiers b Nicol              29	
 J.P. Duminy run out                 38	
 J. Ontong lbw b Nicol                6	
 J. Botha c Guptill b Southee         2	
 W. Parnell not out                  22	
 R. Peterson not out                 11	
 Extras (lb-1,w-2)                    3	
 Total (For 7 wickets in 20 overs)  165	
    Did not bat: M. de Lange, M. Morkel.	
    Fall of wickets: 1-20 2-39 3-59 4-121 5-129 6-130 7-137.	
    Bowling: Hira 2-0-20-0(w-1), Bates 3-0-29-0, Franklin
2-0-23-1, Southee 4-0-22-2, Bracewell 4-0-28-1 (w-1), N.
McCullum 2-0-22-0, Nicol 3-0-20-2.	
    New Zealand	
 R. Nicol c Levi b M Morkel            33	
 M. Guptill c Amla b Botha             26	
 J. Ryder  c M. Morkel b Botha         52	
 B. McCullum c de Villiers b Peterson  18	
 K. Williamson c A. Morkel b M. Morkel     6	
 J. Franklin  not out                   9	
 N. McCullum c de Villiers b de Lange   0	
 D. Bracewell c Amla b de Lange         0	
 T. Southee not out                     0	
 Extras (lb-5, w-12, nb-1)             18	
 Total (For 7 wickets in 20 overs)    162	
    Did not bat: M. Bates, R. Hira.	
    Fall of wickets: 1-65 2-73 3-112 4-142 5-158 6-160 7-160.	
    Bowling: Peterson 4-0-34-1, de Lange 4-0-36-2(nb-1, w-2), A.
Morkel 1-0-13-0(w-1), M. Morkel 4-0-31-2(w-2), Botha
4-0-20-2(w-2), Parnell 1-0-14-0, Duminy 2-0-9-0.	
    (Compiled by Amlan Chakraborty in New Delhi; Editing by Mark
Meadows; To comment on this story: email
sportsfeedback@thomsonreuters.com)	
    	
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