VB Series, 2001/02 / Commentary

VB Series - 1st final

New Zealand v South Africa

South Africa won by 8 wickets (with 29 balls remaining)

38.5

Pollock to Nash, 1 run

New Zealand 156/5   DJ Nash 1* (1b)

39.1

Ntini to Nash, no run

39.2

Ntini to Nash, no run

39.3

Ntini to Nash, 1 run

New Zealand 157/5   DJ Nash 2* (4b)

40.2

Pollock to Nash, no run

40.3

Pollock to Nash, no run

40.4

Pollock to Nash, 1 run

New Zealand 159/6   DJ Nash 3* (7b)

41.1

Ntini to Nash, 1 run

41.4

Ntini to Nash, no run

41.5

Ntini to Nash, 3 runs

New Zealand 164/6   DJ Nash 7* (10b)

42.1

Donald to Nash, 1 run

42.5

Donald to Nash, 1 run

New Zealand 168/6   DJ Nash 9* (12b)

43.1

Ntini to Nash, OUT

DJ Nash c Donald b Ntini 9 (21m 13b 0x4 0x6) SR: 69.23

New Zealand 168/7   DJ Nash 9 (13b)
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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Photos

Feb 6, 2002

6 Feb 2002: Stephen Fleming of New Zealand congratulates Jacques Kallis of South Africa on his team's win, during the first final of the VB Series, played between New Zealand and South Africa at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia.

Fleming congratulates Kallis

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Feb 6, 2002

6 Feb 2002: Boeta Dippenaar of South Africa hits out, during the first final of the VB Series, played between New Zealand and South Africa at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia.

Dippenaar hits out

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