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Third One-Day International

South Africa v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Johannesburg, April 16

Second One-Day International

South Africa v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Cape Town, April 14 (day/night)

First One-Day International

South Africa v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Durban, April 12 (day/night)

Winners: South Africa

Standard Bank Challenge Series, 1999-2000

2001: This short series was completely overtaken by events, the cricket lost in the frenzied coverage of Hansie Cronje's fall from grace

Colin Bryden

3rd Match, South Africa v Australia, Statistical Highlights

Apr 18, 2000: It was the 1591st ODI in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

2nd Match, South Africa v Australia, Statistical Highlights

Apr 17, 2000: It was the 1589th ODI in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

Klusener helps bury Edgbaston ghost

Apr 16, 2000: It was the sort of batting revival which was more in keeping with the World Cup than the emotion-charged early evening at an over-flowing Wanderers but South Africa came back almost from the dead to bury the Edgbaston ghost

Trevor Chesterfield

Australia makes the most of flat South Africa

Apr 14, 2000: As you would expect from World Cup champions, Australia bounced off the ropes and stubbed out South Africa's aim of wrapping up the Challenge Series at Newlands last night and head for the Wanderers on Sunday mentally better prepared

Trevor Chesterfield

1st Match, South Africa v Australia, Statistical Highlights

Apr 14, 2000: It was the 1587th ODI match in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

Kirsten's innings leads SA to remarkable victory

Apr 12, 2000: Durban - Shrugging off the nightmare trauma of the last 72 hours South Africa forgot the recriminations of Hansiegate for an evening and concentrated on beating Australia at Kingsmead in the opening match of the Challenge Series

Trevor Chesterfield

Probing the snake-pit of intrigue

Apr 12, 2000: Durban (South Africa) - In an era of turmoil at international level the challenge to authority hangs nowhere more heavily than it does now : where boardroom and dressing room disorder has created a suspicious mind and culture of corruption

Trevor Chesterfield

Cronje fired by UCBSA

Apr 11, 2000: Durban (South Africa) - Hansie Cronje is a captain without a country after being suspended from duty by the United Cricket Board today over allegations into match-fixing launched by the Indian police

Trevor Chesterfield

Cronje's fall from grace to disgrace

Apr 11, 2000: Durban (South Africa) - There is a picture on the front page of the United Cricket Broad's first official magazine that shows Hansie Cronje in profile and facing Steve Waugh

Trevor Chesterfield

Bacher: UCBSA has been deceived

Apr 11, 2000: Dr

CricInfo

ACB shocked by Cronje admission

Apr 11, 2000: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) said that it was shocked by the admission today by South African Captain, Hansie Cronje, that he had been dishonest with the United Cricket Board of South Africa (UCBSA) over his recent activities in India

Australian Cricket Board

Cronje withdraws from South African team

Apr 11, 2000: In a surprise move, the UCBSA have announced that South African captain Hansie Cronje has withdrawn from the upcoming three match limited overs international series against Australia

CricInfo

South Africa v Australia, Series Preview

Apr 10, 2000: Durban - Hansie Cronje may be embattled on one front but he did not show it on the other at Kingsmead yesterday where South Africa spent a lengthy practice session preparing for the first rematch of the Challenge Series tomorrow

Trevor Chesterfield

Nine Network to broadcast Australia v South Africa

Mar 22, 2000: It is the rematch that has cricket fans whetting their lips in anticipation - world champions Australia playing South Africa in a three-match, one-day cricket series to be screened on the Nine Network in April

Nine Network Australia Pty Limited

One-Day International squad for the Australian tour of South Africa

Mar 17, 2000: Australian Cricket Board Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Speed today announced that the National Selection Panel had chosen the one-day international squad for the Australian tour of South Africa in April 2000

Australian Cricket Board

Ponting surgery successful, but return to cricket longer than expected

Mar 10, 2000: Australian batsman Ricky Ponting had surgery on his injured right ankle in Sydney yesterday and according to ankle surgeon, Martin Sullivan, the injury will put Ponting out of the game for up to six months

Australian Cricket Board
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Tour Results
South Africa v Australia at Johannesburg - Apr 16, 2000
South Africa won by 4 wickets (with 13 balls remaining)
South Africa v Australia at Cape Town - Apr 14, 2000
Australia won by 5 wickets (with 153 balls remaining)
South Africa v Australia at Durban - Apr 12, 2000
South Africa won by 6 wickets (with 12 balls remaining)
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