The first ODI between South Africa and Ireland due to rain

The first match of the three-match ODI series between South Africa and Ireland washed out by rain. After losing the toss, Ireland batted first and scored 195 in 40.2 overs for the loss of 4 wickets. Captain Andy Balbirini played the longest innings of 65 for the team. Kagiso Rabada took two wickets for South Africa.

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South Africa won the toss and invited Ireland to bat, scoring 195 for four in 40.2 overs. After that, the rain made it impossible to play any more. Captain Balbirni hit six fours in his 65-run innings. At the same time, opener William Porterfield played 63 innings. Balbirini and Porterfield scored 87 for the second wicket. Porterfield hit four boundaries in his innings. Rabada took two wickets for 43 runs in his 8.2 overs spell. At the same time, Keshal Maharaj and Shamsi each took one wicket.

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South Africa recently defeated West Indies 3-2 in a five-match T20 series. South Africa defeated the Caribbean by 25 runs in the last T20 match. The team’s spin bowler Tabrez Shamsi was very economical throughout the series and was selected as the man of the series. At the same time, Quinton de Kock performed well in batting.

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