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Ronchi's rearguard takes NZ to 230 in 1st ODI

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    Last ball, last wicket, and Northants' parched spell

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Imran Tahir is frustrated
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Hashim Amla works the ball into the leg side
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Corey Anderson had Rilee Rossouw caught in the slips
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Daniel Vettori played his first ODI in more than a year
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Quinton de Kock equalled a record six dismissals
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Luke Ronchi and Trent Boult added 74 runs for the final wicket
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International

     New Zealand 230 v South Africa 119/4 (30/50 ov)
     Zimbabweans 241 v BCB XI 16/1
     SL Women v SA Women (09:50 local | 04:20 GMT | 00:20 EDT | 23:20 CDT | 21:20 PDT)

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