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Second Test

New Zealand v South Africa

2005: South Africa in New Zealand, 2003-04

Colin Bryden

New Zealand v S Africa, 2nd Test, Auckland, 5th day

Cairns joins exclusive club

Mar 22, 2004: For Chris Cairns, New Zealand's defeat of South Africa at Auckland was a double triumph

Wisden Cricinfo staff

New Zealand v S Africa, 2nd Test, Auckland, 5th day

New Zealand win despite defiant Rudolph

Mar 22, 2004: Everything fell into place for New Zealand on the final day of the second Test at Auckland

The Wisden Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

New Zealand v S Africa, 2nd Test, Auckland, 4th day

Martin burst pushes SA to the brink

Mar 20, 2004: Jacques Rudolph led the South African fightback with a spirited 121 not out, but New Zealand struck vital blows late in the day to seize the initiative

The Wisden Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

New Zealand v S Africa, 2nd Test, Auckland, 3rd day

Cairns and Styris pummel South Africa

Mar 20, 2004: Chris Cairns smashed a 171-ball 158, and Scott Styris hammered 170, as New Zealand took charge of the Auckland Test

The Wisden Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

New Zealand v South Africa, 2nd Test, Auckland

Pollock becomes South Africa's leading wicket-taker

Mar 19, 2004: Shaun Pollock overtook Allan Donald as South Africa's leading wicket-taker in Tests on a day when little else went right in the second Test against New Zealand at Auckland

Wisden Cricinfo staff

New Zealand v South Africa, 2nd Test, Auckland

Styris and Martin make it New Zealand's day

Mar 19, 2004: Chris Martin's medium-pace caused a South African collapse in the morning, then Scott Styris hammered a breezy hundred as New Zealand fought back strongly on the second day at Auckland

The Wisden Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

New Zealand v South Africa, 2nd Test, Auckland

Smith and Gibbs make it South Africa's day

Mar 17, 2004: A 177-run first-wicket partnership between Graeme Smith and Herschelle Gibbs put South Africa on top after the first day of the second Test at Auckland

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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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