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Matthew Wade's 60 on the final day was in vain as South Africa A cantered to an eight-wicket win over Australia A in the first four-day game
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Matthew Wade scored 60 off 136 balls
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Peter Nevill flicks one to the leg side
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Dejected Australia A players after the defeat
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Ambati Rayudu was unhappy after being given out lbw
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Australia A captain Cameron White celebrates his century
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Spectators catch the quadrangular final at Marrara Oval in Darwin
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Country Fixtures Country Results
2nd ODI: Aus Women v Pak Women at Brisbane
Aug 23, 2014 (09:30 local | 23:30 GMT | 19:30 EDT | 18:30 CDT | 16:30 PDT)
Zimbabwe v Australia at Harare
Aug 25, 2014 (09:30 local | 07:30 GMT | 03:30 EDT | 02:30 CDT | 00:30 PDT)
3rd ODI: Aus Women v Pak Women at Brisbane
Aug 26, 2014 (09:30 local | 23:30 GMT | 19:30 EDT | 18:30 CDT | 16:30 PDT)
Australia v South Africa at Harare
Aug 27, 2014 (09:30 local | 07:30 GMT | 03:30 EDT | 02:30 CDT | 00:30 PDT)
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