result
2nd Test, Auckland, Mar 18 - 22 2004, South Africa tour of New Zealand
296 & 349
(target 51)595 & 53/1
New Zealand won by 9 wickets
Player Of The Match
6/76 & 5/104
chris-martin
Match centre 
Scorecard summary
South Africa296/10(123.3 overs)1st INNINGS
Chris Martin6/76(31)
Jacob Oram2/60(28.3)
New Zealand595/10(148.5 overs)1st INNINGS
Scott Styris170 (220)
Chris Cairns158 (171)
Shaun Pollock4/113(32.5)
Makhaya Ntini3/110(36)
South Africa349/10(108.3 overs)2nd INNINGS
Chris Martin5/104(23)
Chris Cairns3/63(13.3)
New Zealand53/1(10.2 overs)2nd INNINGS
10.2
6
Boje to Fleming, SIX runs
10.1
Boje to Fleming, no run
end of over 1017 runs
NZ: 47/1CRR: 4.70 
Stephen Fleming25 (9)
Michael Papps8 (24)
Makhaya Ntini 5-0-31-1
Shaun Pollock 5-1-16-0
9.6
1
Ntini to Fleming, 1 run
9.5
Ntini to Fleming, no run
9.4
4
Ntini to Fleming, FOUR runs
9.3
4
Ntini to Fleming, FOUR runs
9.2
4
Ntini to Fleming, FOUR runs
9.1
4
Ntini to Fleming, FOUR runs
end of over 92 runs
NZ: 30/1CRR: 3.33 
Michael Papps8 (24)
Stephen Fleming8 (3)
Shaun Pollock 5-1-16-0
Makhaya Ntini 4-0-14-1
8.6
Pollock to Papps, no run
8.5
Pollock to Papps, no run
8.4
2
Pollock to Papps, 2 runs
8.3
Pollock to Papps, no run
8.2
Pollock to Papps, no run
8.1
Pollock to Papps, no run
end of over 88 runs • 1 wicket
NZ: 28/1CRR: 3.50 
Stephen Fleming8 (3)
Michael Papps6 (18)
Makhaya Ntini 4-0-14-1
Shaun Pollock 4.1-1-14-0
7.6
4
Ntini to Fleming, FOUR runs
7.5
Ntini to Fleming, no run
7.4
4
Ntini to Fleming, FOUR runs
7.3
W
Ntini to Richardson, OUT
Mark Richardson c Boje b Ntini 10 (31m 29b 1x4 0x6) SR: 34.48
7.2
Ntini to Richardson, no run
7.1
Ntini to Richardson, no run
Match details
Eden Park, Auckland
TossNew Zealand, elected to field first
SeriesSouth Africa tour of New Zealand
Season2003/04
Player Of The Match
Chris Martin
Chris Martin
Series resultNew Zealand led the 3-match series 1-0
Match numberTest no. 1689
Match daysday (5-day match)
Umpires
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Aleem Dar
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Asoka de Silva
TV Umpire
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Doug Cowie
Match Referee
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Clive Lloyd