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AB de Villiers and JP Duminy celebrate victory
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JP Duminy overcame an edgy start to hit an unbeaten fifty
AB de Villiers plays a forcing shot off the back foot
AB de Villiers punches the ball into the off side
Hashim Amla was bowled by Kyle Mills
Quinton de Kock walks back after being dismissed


     New Zealand 230 v South Africa 236/4 (48.1/50 ov)
South Africa won by 6 wickets (with 11 balls remaining)
     Zimbabweans 241 v BCB XI 252/6
     SL Women 137 v SA Women 141/5 (34.5/50 ov)
SA Women won by 5 wickets (with 91 balls remaining)



World Cup Associate Warm-up Matches

     Canterbury 382/6 v Ireland XI 265 (48/50 ov)
Canterbury won by 117 runs
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