Well the two Twenty20's didn't amount to more than 21.1 overs of decent action, with the rain becoming the destructive natural force on the occasion.
So not much for us to discuss, but upon further evaluation of my one reader, Sid, and a comment he made that God is an Englishman, I have to say that the Cricket Gods panel must indeed be Englishmen at present!
So a very disappointing result for the games to not see a worthy conclusion, but the boys can take some heart from their first performance, while England will be very quickly regrouping to get into the 50 over game mindset, with the Ashes now the lesser talking point.
So the Twenty20 specialists end an unsatisfying stay and will now head their own respective ways while the ODI team look to rectify the damages caused by the very confident Proteas last summer, who will be aiming hard to get their camp ready in hosting the ICC Champions Trophy.
There's alot to play for in this current ODI series, from healing some wounds of the Ashes, to proving ODI credibility and also preparing the squad for the Champions Trophy which may have lost its hype, but any major ICC tournament should be taken with serious determination to come out on top!
So Friday the next clash begins! Click here for the Squad Spotter article to fill yourself in for the Green and Gold players.
News is that The NSP also confirmed that Adam Voges has been included in the squad.
I was a bit upset David Hussey wasn't initially included, but Voges is also experienced in English conditions and will be apart of the Champions Trophy team, so his inclusion in Brad Haddin's absence is a smart move.
The NSP got it right there!