Cape Town v Victoria
Western Province Cricket Association One Day League 2003/04
VenueBoon Wallace Oval, Cape Town on 12th October 2003 (50-over match)
Balls per over6
TossCape Town won the toss and decided to field
ResultNo result
PointsCape Town 2; Victoria 2
UmpiresA Ackerman, T Langenhoven

Victoria inningsRunsBallsMins4s6sS-Rate
J Septemberc Holgate b de Beer7     
AR Fernandezc Ritchie b Laattoe1     
JP Duminyc Holgate b de Beer11     
*+W Wyngaardb Martin7     
R Jacobsb Martin11     
M Williamsonc Martin b Palmer48     
D Kempc Moore b Palmer40     
M de Stadlerlbw b Thornton16     
RK Kleinveldtnot out25     
C Lodewykrun out (Thornton->Palmer)3     
E Rushinnot out14     
Extras(5 b, 2 lb, 5 nb, 15 w)27
Total(9 wickets, innings closed, 50 overs)210
Fall of wickets:
1-8 (Fernandez), 2-24 (September), 3-29 (Duminy), 4-55 (Jacobs), 5-59 (Wyngaard), 6-136 (Kemp), 7-166 (de Stadler), 8-168 (Williamson), 9-172 (Lodewyk)
Cape Town bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Laattoe6   02013436.003.33
de Beer9   13422-27.003.78
Martin10   04125-30.004.10
Nyulu10   04705--4.70
Thornton6   0261-136.004.33
Palmer9   0352--27.003.89

Cape Town inningsRunsBallsMins4s6sS-Rate
MR Ritchiec Wyngaard b Rushin1     
LR Moorec Wyngaard b Kleinveldt11     
KJ Coetzerc Wyngaard b Kleinveldt4     
R Jalesc and b Rushin0     
+JS Holgatelbw b Lodewyk23     
*DR Thorntonnot out32     
MA de Beerc Kleinveldt b Lodewyk12     
SA Martinc Wyngaard b Lodewyk0     
ND Palmerlbw b Duminy8     
R Laattoerun out (de Stadler->Wyngaard)0     
SC Nyulunot out0     
Extras(8 w)8
Total(9 wickets, 33.1 overs)99
Fall of wickets:
1-2 (Ritchie), 2-8 (Coetzer), 3-14 (Jales), 4-22 (Moore), 5-59 (Holgate), 6-59, 7-76, 8-96, 9-98
Victoria bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Kleinveldt8   22423-24.003.00
Rushin6   11121-18.001.83
Lodewyk9   03633-18.004.00
de Stadler6   21701--2.83

A massive electrical storm drove the players from the filed and the matc h was ultimately abandoned. This defeat came back to haunt Cape Town as the two teams were level on points at the end of the round-robin stage, and so Victoria took the last semi-final place by virtue of this win.