South Africans 7 for 234 (Kallis 80, Prince 50) beat Queensland Academy of Sport 188 (Simpson 55, Tate 55) by 46 runs

Ashwell Prince scored an important half-century to lead South Africa's recovery © Getty Images
Andrew Hall and Johan Botha shared six wickets between them to help South Africa ease to a 46-run win over Queensland Academy of Sport at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane. Earlier Jacques Kallis laid the foundation, top-scoring with 80 off 106 balls helping South Africa along to 7 for 234 in 50 overs.

Queensland Academy got off to a bad start losing their first four wickets for 38 runs thanks to Andrew Hall and Shaun Pollock. Chris Simpson,the captain, offered some resistence scoring 55 at more than a run a ball, with three sixes. After his dismissal, Queensland had lost half their side for 97. Derek Tate, who grafted his way to an undefeated 55 off 85 balls, ran out of partners as Johan Botha took three lower-order wickets. Queensland Academy were bowled out for 188 off 43.2 overs after Grant Sullivan was run out.

Earlier, after choosing to bat, the South Africans got off to a terrible start, losing Boeta Dippenaar, Herschelle Gibbs and Graeme Smith with only 59 on the board. Kallis then got together with Ashwell Prince, and the two added 109 for the fourth wicket. Prince made 50 from 72 balls, but both were dismissed in the 39th over. When Mark Boucher fell cheaply, the South Africans had slumped to 6 for 172, but Justin Kemp and Shaun Pollock injected some late momentum. Pollock slammed 27 from 18 balls with one four and two sixes. Chris Simpson, an offspinner, was the most successful bowler for the academy side, taking 3 for 40.