Relive the golden moment when former Proteas all-rounder Justin Kemp struck one of the biggest sixes ever seen at St George’s Park off the bowling of New Zealand’s Shane Bond back in 2005.
Having bowled first, the Proteas restricted Stephen Fleming’s Black Caps to 243-9 in their 50 overs, but the home side’s run chase wasn’t plain sailing by any means.
A slow run rate meant South Africa required nine runs off the final over, with Kemp and Shaun Pollock at the crease.
New Zealand’s best and fastest bowler, Bond, was handed the responsibility of bowling the final six deliveries.
But, one massive hit by Kemp off the first ball of the over had the ball disappear out of the stadium and set the Proteas up for a four-wicket victory.