Reeza Hendricks is relishing the opportunity to play his first ODI for the Proteas on his home turf in Kimberley on Sunday.
Lizelle Lee’s 73 was a symbolic display of defiance as the Proteas Women collapsed to a 178-run defeat to India in the second ODI in Kimberley.
The Proteas women collapsed in the face of well controlled Indian pace to lose the first ODI by 88 runs.
If one of the openers had fallen during the demolition of Bangladesh in Kimberley, Andile Phehlukwayo was tagged to be next man in.
The Proteas are using the first ODI against Bangladesh on Sunday as the first step to the World Cup in 2019.
Having demolished and demoralised Bangladesh in the Test series, the Proteas should be looking to do the same in the ODIs.