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August 4, 2007
South Africa women 262 for 4 (Terblanche 114*, Minny 61, Brits 59*) beat Netherlands women 88 (Logtenberg 3-6) by 174 runs
South Africa women cruised to an unbeatable 2-0 series lead against Netherlands with a crushing 174-run win at Utrecht. Magdalena Terblanche's unbeaten 114, her maiden ODI century, was the cornerstone to South Africa's impressive total and the home side crumbled with the bat as no one reached 20.
Netherlands won the toss and enjoyed an early success when Susan Benade was bowled by Marijn Nijman. But from then on it was all one-way traffic. Terblanche added 112 with Annelie Minny - whose 61 included two sixes - and a further 131 with captain Cri-zelda Brits.
In reply, Netherlands managed to score at less than two-an-over. Sunette Loubser and Marcia Letsoalo both conceded 16 from their 10-over spells while 18-year-old Johmari Logtenberg ended with three cheap wickets.
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