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Thatscricket - News - Cricket: McIntyre bowls South Australia to win over Kiwis

Published: Monday, November 19, 2001, 23:53 [IST]
 
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Adelaide: Veteran leg spinner Peter McIntyre bowled South Australia (SA) to a 17-run victory over New Zealand on the final day of their four-day cricket tour match on Monday.[an error occurred while processing this directive]A six-wicket haul to McIntyre and a crucial run-out in the final overs turned the match to the home team at Adelaide Oval.Just hours after announcing Test bowler Shayne O'Connor would be sent home with a knee injury, the tourists were bowled out for 178 in their second innings against SA, short of the 196-run target.Mike Smith ran out Shane Bond for three with just 2.5 overs to spare to end the Kiwi innings, leaving Chris Martin stranded not out with no score.McIntyre claimed six for 75 from 29.1 overs.

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