A century opening partnership between Dane van Niekerk and Lizelle Lee came to nought when rain forced the abandonment of the fourth ODI against India.
Boosted by a dramatic win in the last ODI, the Proteas Women will go into today’s first T20 against India in Potchefstroom with confidence.
It was ecstasy and agony for Lizelle Lee and Mignon du Preez as their 96-run partnership came to nought when the Perth Scorchers beat the Melbourne Stars by nine wickets in the Women’s Big Bash League.
Marizanne Kapp continues to impress with the ball in the Women’s BBL, not by taking wickets but by with a strangling economy rate of 5.8 after three games.
Proteas star Lizelle Lee got her WBBL season off to a flying start by smashing a record 50 off 22 balls for the Melbourne Stars.
Laura Wolvaardt, who excelled in the recent Women’s World Cup in England, has been contracted by the Brisbane Heat for the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL).
Lizelle Lee and Marizanne Kapp’s 103-run partnership set up a 52-run win for Surrey Stars against Western Storm to claim their spot in the Kia Super League Finals Day.
Lizelle Lee said good timing was key in her destructive 92 against India on Saturday.
Fifties from Lizelle Lee and Dane Van Niekerk, coupled with deadly spin-bowling from Van Niekerk (4-22), saw the Proteas crush India by 115 runs.
Lizelle Lee’s 87 off 71 balls led the Proteas Women’s onslaught of 251-3 in the first of five ODIs against Bangladesh at Cox’s Bazar.
Lizelle Lee scored a magnificent century only to see the Proteas Women beaten by nine wickets by Australia in their ODI on Wednesday.
Mignon du Preez led the way as the South Africa women bounced back for a solid four-wicket win over new Zealand in the second ODI in Kimberley on Tuesday.
Dane van Niekerk’s run in the Kia Super League T20 ended when the Loughborough Lightning were beaten by Western Storm in the playoff.
Lizelle Lee scored a half-century as she inspired the Western Storm to a five-wicket win over Marizanne Kapp’s Surrey Stars.
Four Proteas women have been signed up for the Kia Super League in England in August.