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Winning on the last ball of the match
Winner Margin Target Overs Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
SA Women 2 wickets 254 50.0 v Eng Wn Taunton 17 Aug 1997 WODI # 233
Eng Wn 3 wickets 221 50.0 v India Women Nottingham 11 Jul 1999 WODI # 301
Aus Women 5 wickets 117 36.4 v Ire. Women Dublin 12 Jul 2001 WODI # 373
Aus Women 6 wickets 253 50.0 v NZ Women Lincoln 6 Mar 2002 WODI # 398
NZ Women 2 wickets 187 50.0 v India Women Chennai 16 Dec 2003 WODI # 459
SA Women 1 wicket 152 50.0 v Eng Wn Port Elizabeth 15 Feb 2004 WODI # 462
Aus Women 4 wickets 231 50.0 v India Women Chennai 3 Mar 2007 WODI # 603
Eng Wn 2 wickets 151 29.0 v Aus Women Stratford-upon-Avon 3 Jul 2009 WODI # 711
Eng Wn 2 wickets 226 50.0 v Aus Women Wormsley 5 Jul 2009 WODI # 712
Aus Women 2 wickets 229 50.0 v NZ Women Queenstown 3 Mar 2010 WODI # 732
Pak Women 2 wickets 69 27.0 v SL Women Colombo (PSS) 26 Apr 2011 WODI # 772
Aus Women 3 wickets 216 50.0 v India Women Chesterfield 2 Jul 2011 WODI # 781
SL Women 1 wicket 239 50.0 v Eng Wn Mumbai (BS) 1 Feb 2013 WODI # 847
By default, the shading indicates records from the past week, or failing that, the most recent entry.
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Records includes the following current or recent matches:
South Africa Women v West Indies Women at East London, ICC Women's Championship 3rd ODI, Feb 29, 2016 [Women ODI # 982]
South Africa Women v West Indies Women at East London, ICC Women's Championship 2nd ODI, Feb 27, 2016 [Women ODI # 981]
South Africa Women v West Indies Women at East London, ICC Women's Championship 1st ODI, Feb 24, 2016 [Women ODI # 980]
New Zealand Women v Australia Women at Mount Maunganui, ICC Women's Championship 3rd ODI, Feb 24, 2016 [Women ODI # 979]

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