Rain Ends New Zealand vs South Africa ODI

Updated: 27 October 2014 09:28 IST

South Africa had already won the three-match series 2-0 and rain ensured hosts New Zealand were unable to salvage pride with a win to end the series.

Rain Ends New Zealand vs South Africa ODI
Fans sit in the rain during a stoppage in play during the one day international cricket match between New Zealand and South Africa played at Seddon Park in Hamilton. © AP

Hamilton:

The third one-day international between New Zealand and South Africa was abandoned on Monday after heavy rain forced the players from the field.

South Africa, batting first, were 157-3 in the 31st over when the rain began in Hamilton and the match was officially called off three hours later with no sign of the weather clearing. (Scorecard)

Quinton de Kock was not out 80 with captain AB de Villiers on 33 while Matt Henry took two for 40 off eight overs for New Zealand.

South Africa won the three-match series 2-0.

Topics : South Africa New Zealand Seddon Park, Hamilton Cricket
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