Ireland were in fine form in their opening end-of-year Test as they claimed a deserved 38-3 win over South Africa in Dublin on Saturday.
The Tigers had earlier failed to make the most of a solid start as they struggled to 257/9 in their 50 overs.
A group of children in Dublin, Ireland found a bag that contained several bloodied items, including a few syringes.
Wolvaardt’s 105 came off 125 deliveries (14 fours) and Chetty’s score off 130, including nine fours. The pair put on a 192-run opening stand to lead South Africa to 260/6 after electing to bat first. Mignon du Preez added 22 (13) and Lara Goodall 19 (20) to round off the day’s most notable batting contributions.
South Africa women took a 1-0 lead in the two-match women’s Twenty20 series when they beat Ireland by four wickets in a last-ball thriller in Dublin on Monday.
Universities from England, New Zealand, Canada, Russia, South Africa, Ireland and Japan participated in the tournament.