For Australia, Coulter-Nile finished with two wickets giving away 19 runs in his two overs. Andrew Tye also picked 2 wickets giving away 18 runs. Billy Stanlake and Maxwell picked one wicket each.
For Australia, Coulter-Nile finished with two wickets giving away 19 runs in his two overs. Andrew Tye also picked 2 wickets giving away 18 runs. Billy Stanlake and Maxwell picked one wicket each.

After a lengthy rain delay forced the the only T20I match between Australia and South Africa to be reduced to 10-over-a-side match, South Africa posted 108/6 in their 10 overs after being put in to bat at the Carrara Oval, Carrara on Saturday.

Openers Quinton de Kock and Reeza Hendricks helped South Africa to 42 runs in under three overs before Hendricks was sent back by Nathan-Coulter-Nile. skipper Faf du Plessis played a handy knock of 27 off 15 balls before he was magnificently caught at the long-on ropes by Glenn Maxwell in the 7th over.

De Kock departed in the sixth after scoring 22 off 16 to Maxwell. Wickets dented SA’s progress with Heinrich Klassen falling to Coulter-Nile for 12 followed by the wickets of David Miller ( 11 off 10) and Chris Morris (0) as Australia pulled things back in the later part of the SA innings.

For Australia, Coulter-Nile finished with two wickets giving away 19 runs in his two overs. Andrew Tye also picked 2 wickets giving away 18 runs. Billy Stanlake and Maxwell picked one wicket each.

Brief Scores: South Africa 108/6 (Faf du Plessis 27, Quinton de Kock 22; Andrew Tye 2/18) vs Australia