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New South Wales's Roxsanne Van-Veen scored 10 points for South Australia and won 5-1.
When extras are the best score, it's never a good sign.
And a South Australian women's team that scored only 10 with a humiliating defeat at the National Indigenous Cricket Championship Day 2 in Alice Springs on Tuesday.
Ten of the South Australian hitters were ejected without scoring without scoring through a fragile batting line in New South Wales.
Extra scored six goals and South Australia scored only four goals for two goals.
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The contest was scheduled for the T20 in Albrecht Oval, but only 79 competitions lasted.
South Australia's innings ended at 10.2 over, aka 62 balls.
Mansell sustained 33 balls and 36 minutes of wrinkles.
Her 10 team members had to deal with only 28 balls.
Volmer Roxsanne Van-Veen of New South Wales finished with an extraordinary number of 5 wickets for 2 overs, 1 virgin, 1 run.
Her run was a wide one.
New South Wales scored 17 of them, bringing the total to 11.
Mansell would have been an embarrassing defeat, but she will be the top scorer with the bat, with a wicket in New South Wales and a short-term chase.