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VB Series second final

New Zealand v South Africa

2003: At Sydney, February 8 (day/night)

VB Series first final

New Zealand v South Africa

2003: At Melbourne, February 6 (day/night)

VB Series, match 12

Australia v South Africa

2003: At Perth, February 3

VB Series, match 11

New Zealand v South Africa

2003: At Perth, February 1 (day/night)

VB Series, match 10

Australia v New Zealand

2003: At Melbourne, January 29 (day/night)

VB Series, match 9

New Zealand v South Africa

2003: At Adelaide, January 27 (day/night)

VB Series, match 8

Australia v New Zealand

2003: At Adelaide, January 26 (day/night)

VB Series, match 7

Australia v South Africa

2003: At Sydney, January 22 (day/night)

VB Series, match 6

Australia v South Africa

2003: At Brisbane, January 20 (day/night)

VB Series, match 5

New Zealand v South Africa

2003: At Brisbane, January 19 (day/night)

VB Series, match 4

Australia v New Zealand

2003: At Sydney, January 17 (day/night)

VB Series, match 3

New Zealand v South Africa

2003: At Hobart, January 15

VB Series, match 2

Australia v South Africa

2003: At Melbourne, January 13 (day/night)

VB Series, match 1

Australia v New Zealand

2003: At Melbourne, January 11 (day/night)

VB Series, 2001-02

2003: Long after South Africa's victory is forgotten, this tournament will be remembered for the defeats that ended one of the most distinguished captaincies in one-day history

Richard Boock and Paul Coupar

Wickets in finals did not match the occasion

Feb 11, 2002: The Aussie leg of the summer is officially over and we have come away with no spoils which, after how hard we tried over there, is disappointing

Chris Cairns

Clarification concerning the post-match hearing conducted by ICC match referee Hanumant Singh on 6 February 2002

Feb 8, 2002: International Cricket Council (ICC) match referee Hanumant Singh would like to clarify a matter relating to the above hearing, which took place after the first VB Series final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 6 February.

Australian Cricket Board

Pollock praises team for comeback from adversity

Feb 8, 2002: Winning the one day finals in no way makes up for being thrashed in the Test series but South African cricket captain Shaun Pollock sees it as a sign his team can rise above adversity.

Michael Donaldson

Rain, hail and shine as South Africans triumph

Feb 8, 2002: Hailstones, cyclonic hitting from Chris Cairns and Lou Vincent, and some searing pace bowling from Andre Adams all thwarted their progress

John Polack

Kiwi strategists left with plenty to think about

Feb 8, 2002: To know how to win a World Cup, New Zealand need to show much more adaptability to competing with opponents than was evident during the latter stages of the VB Series in Australia

Lynn McConnell
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Tournament Results
New Zealand v South Africa at Sydney - Feb 8, 2002
South Africa won by 6 wickets (with 47 balls remaining) (D/L method)
New Zealand v South Africa at Melbourne - Feb 6, 2002
South Africa won by 8 wickets (with 29 balls remaining)
Australia v South Africa at Perth - Feb 3, 2002
Australia won by 33 runs
New Zealand v South Africa at Perth - Feb 1, 2002
South Africa won by 67 runs
Australia v New Zealand at Melbourne - Jan 29, 2002
Australia won by 2 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
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