- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc †Smith b Watson318220016.66b Patel11618006.25c Cairns b Watson9012915610069.76c †Smith b Harris722300031.81c Larsen b Cairns2853691052.83run out22200100.00c Crowe b Cairns614170042.85not out3340441082.50not out1181310137.50Extras9 (lb 8, nb 1)TOTAL190/7 (50 Overs, RR: 3.8)Fall of wickets: 1-8 (Andrew Hudson), 2-10 (Kepler Wessels), 3-29 (Hansie Cronje), 4-108 (David Richardson), 5-111 (Adrian Kuiper), 6-121 (Jonty Rhodes), 7-162 (Peter Kirsten)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Kirsten68608092113.33c Wessels b Snell60691177086.95not out3463644053.96c Kirsten b Donald198940237.50not out39170033.33Extras7 (b 1, nb 1, w 5)TOTAL191/3 (34.3 Overs, RR: 5.53)Fall of wickets: 1-114 (Mark Greatbatch), 2-155 (Rod Latham), 3-179 (Ian Smith)
- World Cup Referee: PD McDermott
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