South African opener Trisha Chetty made an unbeaten 46, South Africa Women v Netherlands Women, ICC Women's Cricket Challenge, Potchefstroom, October 12, 2010 © International Cricket Council

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    Shandre Fritz powers the ball down the ground © International Cricket Council

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    South African opener Shandre Fritz pulls the ball © International Cricket Council

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    South African captain Cri-zelda Brits with the trophy © International Cricket Council

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    The victorious South African women's team © International Cricket Council

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    Chamani Seneviratna celebrates after dismissing Cecelia Joyce © International Cricket Council

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    Clare Shillington top scored for Ireland with 78 © International Cricket Council

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    South Africa's players celebrate their victory © International Cricket Council

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    South Africa's Marizanne Kapp plays a shot on the off side © International Cricket Council

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    Pakistan's Marina Iqbal bowls © International Cricket Council

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    Sri Lanka's Suwini de Alwis is poised to hit the ball to the leg side © International Cricket Council

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    Ireland batsman Isobel Joyce drives through the off side during her innings of 63 © International Cricket Council

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    Ireland batsman Cecelia Joyce on her way to an unbeaten 78 © International Cricket Council

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    Stafanie Taylor scored her third straight half-century © International Cricket Council

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    Juliana Nero made 52 © International Cricket Council

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    West Indies opener Stafanie Taylor, who made 72, was awarded the player of the match © International Cricket Council

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    Ireland batsman Melissa Scott-Hayward is bowled as West Indies wicketkeeper Merissa Aguilleira looks on © International Cricket Council

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    Netherlands' opener Violet Wattenberg made 31 © International Cricket Council

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    Netherlands captain Helmien Rambaldo top scored with 67 © International Cricket Council