Christchurch: South Africa scored a four-wicket victory over The Netherlands in a low scoring league match of the Women's World Cup 2000 at the Hagley Oval on Monday.The Netherlands, making first use of the wicket, were bundled out for 93 in 37.1 overs. The Netherlands innings did not have much of substance except for a second wicket partnership of 30 runs between opener Maartje Koster and skipper Pauline te Beest. Koster scored 36 runs from 85 balls with seven fours.South Africa, in reply, struggled to reach 93 for six off 26.2 overs. South Africa lost the wicket of opener and vice-captain Cindy Eksteen with just three runs on the board. Other opener Daleen Terblanche then carried her innings through with an unbeaten 33 runs (80 balls, six fours) to ensure victory for South Africa.Daleen and Sunette Viljoen added 48 runs for the second wicket to set up the South Africans on the victory path. Viljoen made a quickfire 32 runs off 28 balls with six hits to the fence. Cheraldine Oudolf was the most successful bowler for The Netherlands with her three-wicket haul.