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Third Test

New Zealand v South Africa

2005: South Africa in New Zealand, 2003-04

Colin Bryden

Second Test

New Zealand v South Africa

2005: South Africa in New Zealand, 2003-04

Colin Bryden

Sixth One-Day International

New Zealand v South Africa

2005: South Africa in New Zealand, 2003-04

Colin Bryden

Fifth One-Day International

New Zealand v South Africa

2005: South Africa in New Zealand, 2003-04

Colin Bryden

Fourth One-Day International

New Zealand v South Africa

2005: South Africa in New Zealand, 2003-04

Colin Bryden

Third One-Day International

New Zealand v South Africa

2005: South Africa in New Zealand, 2003-04

Colin Bryden

Second One-Day International

New Zealand v South Africa

2005: South Africa in New Zealand, 2003-04

Colin Bryden

First One-Day International

New Zealand v South Africa

2005: South Africa in New Zealand, 2003-04

Colin Bryden

Tour Summary

The South Africans in New Zealand, 2003-04

2005: The South Africans in New Zealand, 2003-04

Colin Bryden

A tribute to Gary Kirsten

An unlikely hero

Apr 2, 2004: Gary Kirsten has called it a day

Neil Manthorp

A tribute to Gary Kirsten

An unlikely hero

Apr 2, 2004: Gary Kirsten has called it a day

Neil Manthorp

The Friday Column

The dead-rubber expert, and Vettori's woes

Apr 2, 2004: Perhaps numbers never do reveal the full story, but they tell a large part of it

S Rajesh

N Zealand v S Africa, 3rd Test, Wellington, 5th day

Smith and Nel fined for dissent

Mar 30, 2004: Andre Nel, the South African fast bowler, and Graeme Smith, his captain, have both been fined for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during the third Test against New Zealand at Wellington

The Wisden Bulletin by S Rajesh

New Zealand v South Africa, 3rd Test, Wellington

Hardness blunts potential in the end

Mar 30, 2004: South African hardness finally extinguished New Zealand potential at Wellington, and the series ended up all-square at 1-1

The Wisden Verdict by our New Zealand correspondent

New Zealand v South Africa, 3rd Test, Wellington, 5th day

Tearful Kirsten bows out

Mar 30, 2004: Gary Kirsten was reduced to tears after marking the final Test of his career with a gutsy 76 that denied New Zealand their shot at an historic maiden series victory against South Africa.

Wisden Cricinfo staff

N Zealand v S Africa, 3rd Test, Wellington, 5th day

Smith and Kirsten seal victory for South Africa

Mar 30, 2004: A superbly constructed 171-run partnership for the fourth wicket between Graeme Smith and Gary Kirsten completely swung the match South Africa's way, as they beat New Zealand by six wickets to level the three-Test series 1-1

The Wisden Bulletin by S Rajesh

N Zealand v S Africa, 3rd Test, Wellington, 4th day

Martin strikes twice to set up intriguing final day

Mar 29, 2004: Chris Martin struck twice with the new ball, but a studious partnership of 46 for the fourth wicket between Graeme Smith and Gary Kirsten set up the Wellington Test for an intriguing finish on the final day: South Africa needed 152 more for a win

The Wisden Bulletin by S Rajesh

N Zealand v S Africa, 3rd Test, Wellington, 3rd day

New Zealand lose their way after Martin blitz

Mar 28, 2004: South Africa fought back in the field after being restricted to just 316 in their first innings

The Wisden Bulletin by S Rajesh

March 26-30, 2004

New Zealand v South Africa, 3rd Test, Wellington

Mar 27, 2004: New Zealand v South Africa, 3rd Test, Wellington

N Zealand v S Africa, 3rd Test, Wellington, 2nd day

Gibbs and Rudolph lead the way

Mar 27, 2004: A strong performance with both bat and ball put South Africa in a commanding position after two days of the Wellington Test

The Wisden Bulletin by S Rajesh
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Tour Results
New Zealand v South Africa at Wellington - Mar 26-30, 2004
South Africa won by 6 wickets
New Zealand v South Africa at Auckland - Mar 18-22, 2004
New Zealand won by 9 wickets
New Zealand v South Africa at Hamilton - Mar 10-14, 2004
Match drawn
Central D v Sth Africans at Napier - Mar 5-7, 2004
Match drawn
New Zealand v South Africa at Napier - Mar 2, 2004
New Zealand won by 5 wickets (with 24 balls remaining)
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