Weekend’s Cricket Results

With five bonus point wins out of the six women’s provincial cricket matches played over the weekend, Boland and Northerns remain at the top of their respective Coastal and Inland Women’s Provincial leagues.

 For the latest women’s cricket information, visit the Cricket South Africa website for all the details, click here for Results and Match Summaries and Results; click here for Challenge Logs, and click here for upcoming Fixtures.

Here follow the weekend’s provincial cricket results, match reports to follow:

10 Mar 2007
Northerns vs Mpumalanga (Witbank)
Northerns won by default after Mpumalanga forfeited the match

South Western Districts vs Border (Oudtshoorn) (toss: Border)
SWD 56 in 35.3 overs (E Pienaar 3-13, M Kirchoff 5-9)
Bdr 58-2 in 16.2 overs 
Border won by 8 wickets (bonus point earned)
KwaZulu Natal Inland vs Gauteng (Pietermaritzburg) (toss: Gauteng)
Gau 259-5 in 50 overs (K Thompson 76, N Landie 86)
KI 129 in 37.5 overs (P Payne 43; Y Plowker 3-16)
Gauteng won by 130 runs (bonus point earned)
Western Province vs Free State (Cape Town) (toss: Free State)
WP 231-3 in 50 overs (O Anderson 48, A le Breton 94*, P Enright 31, S Ismail 35*)
FS 140-9 in 50 overs (S Haven 38)
Western Province won by 91 runs (bonus point earned)
11 Mar 2007
KwaZulu Natal vs Gauteng (Durban)
(toss: Gauteng)
Gau 204-3 in 50 overs (M Terblanche 50, E de Mello Koch 57, N Landie 60*)
KZN 205-5 in 44.4 overs (N Moodley 48, J Logtenberg 69*)
KwaZulu-Natal won by 5 wickets
South Western Districts vs Eastern Province (Oudtshoorn) (toss: SWD)
EP 124-3 in 50 overs (E Webber 47)
SWD 81 in 37.1 overs (M Seale 4-23, L Pienaar 3-25)
Eastern Province won by 43 runs (bonus point earned)
Free State vs Boland (Paarl) (toss: Boland)
FS 104 in 44.2 overs 
Bol 106-5 in 32.4 overs (AE Smith 33)
Boland won by 5 wickets (bonus point earned)

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