The final T20I between the WHITE FERNS and South Africa has been rained off without a ball being bowled.
🌧 Not ideal at the present point in time at Uni Oval! Bit of rain about BUT there is hope in the forecast ☀️— WHITE FERNS (@WHITE_FERNS) February 12, 2020
Stay tuned for updates of sunny skies soon 🤞🏽 #NZvSA #cricketnation pic.twitter.com/qyvVj29BXI
Constant drizzle fell at University Oval since the teams arrived around midday. The rain didn’t let up and despite continuous inspections from the umpires, the grounds staff were unable to get onto the field and start preparation for play.
LATEST: 2:55pm for a final inspection at Uni Oval to see if a game is possible 🏏— WHITE FERNS (@WHITE_FERNS) February 13, 2020
In the meantime, we will do a few indoor catches with our youngest fans! 😀#NZvSA #cricketnation pic.twitter.com/8GIECb7B3R
Rain wins at Uni Oval 😞— WHITE FERNS (@WHITE_FERNS) February 13, 2020
We take the T20I series 3-1 👍🏽
Good luck at the @T20WorldCup @OfficialCSA, we will see you there! 🏏 #NZvSA #cricketnation pic.twitter.com/2AdLwXupKE
The players shook hands around 3pm, confirming a 3-1 series victory for the WHITE FERNS.
Both teams will now head to Australia to begin preparations for the ICC T20 World Cup that begins on February 21.