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3rd ODI: Ireland lost to South Africa by 189 runs.
Clontarf, 17 June.
South Africa 278-5 (50 overs; S Luus 93, L Wolvaardt 89; A Kelly 2-40) Ireland 89 (32.5 overs; M Waldron 32, A Kelly 29; S Ismail 5-8, S Luus 2-27)
2nd ODI: Ireland lost to South Africa by 9 wickets.
Clontarf, 14 June.
Ireland 213-8 (50 overs; G Lewis 59, G Dempsey 45*, S MacMahon 42; S Ismail 3-31, N de Klerk 2-31)
South Africa 217-1 (38.4 overs; L Goodall 93*, A Steyn 84*)
Ireland have yet to dismiss either Goodall or Steyn as for the second game in succession they chased down the win, this time their unbroken partnership was 165.
1st ODI: Ireland lost to South Africa by 9 wickets.
Clontarf, 11 June.
Ireland 69 (27.2 overs; S Ismail 3-16, S Luus 3-16, A Khaka 2-6)
South Africa 70-1 (16 overs; L Goodall 32*, A Steyn 21*)
Georgina Dempsey top scored for Ireland as South Africa's bowlers dominated (Photo: Oisin Keniry)
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