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1st ODI: South Africa Women v India Women at Johannesburg - Mar 7, 2002
South Africa Women 176/3 (46/46 ov); India Women 9/0 (4/46 ov, target: 180)
2nd ODI: South Africa Women v India Women at Potchefstroom - Mar 10, 2002
India Women 158/9 (50/50 ov); South Africa Women 123/4 (32.5/33 ov, target: 95)
South Africa Women won by 29 runs (D/L method)
3rd ODI: South Africa Women v India Women at Centurion - Mar 13, 2002
India Women 111/3 (30/30 ov); South Africa Women 137/7 (29.5/30 ov, target: 137)
South Africa Women won by 3 wickets (with 1 ball remaining) (D/L method)
4th ODI: South Africa Women v India Women at Cape Town - Mar 16, 2002
India Women 160/6 (50/50 ov); South Africa Women 123 (46.5/50 ov)
India Women won by 37 runs
Only Test: South Africa Women v India Women at Paarl - Mar 19-22, 2002
India Women 404/9d and 13/0; South Africa Women 150 and 266 (f/o)
India Women won by 10 wickets
© Peter J Heeger
India's Jhulan Goswani cuts a delivery to the thirdman boundary while SA fielder Sunette Viljoen looks on.
© Peter J Heeger
India's Nooshan Al-Khader is cleaned bowled in the womans ODI at Green Point Track on Saturday. The SA fielder is Sunette Viljoen.
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