The Proteas Women recorded their highest score of the 2018 Women’s World T20 as they romped home to a 30-run win in their final match against the Bangladesh Women at Gros Islet.
The Proteas Women are looking to finish their Women’s World T20 campaign on a high against Bangladesh, despite the disappointment of being knocked out as a result of their defeat against England.
The Proteas Women failed with the bat for the third time in the Women’s World T20 tournament in the West Indies, and Friday’s loss to the England Women’s side by seven wickets sees the Proteas eliminated from the tournament.
The dust won’t have settled on the opening match of the Mzansi Super League when the Proteas Women start their must-win Women’s World T20 match against the mighty England Women, writes SIMON LEWIS.
With a busy week ahead of the Proteas and the Proteas Women, SuperSport’s Inside Edge team have plenty to talk about.
South Africa’s hopes in the Women’s World T20 hang on their batters coming to the party, and that requires the Proteas Women to click into the right mind frame.
Dane van Niekerk reflects on her side’s 31-run loss to the West Indies Women in their Women’s World T20 match.
The Proteas Women lost to the world champ West Indies by 31 runs in Gros Islet in their second match in the 2018 Women’s World T20 tournament.
Proteas Women skipper Dane van Niekerk was bitterly disappointed with her side’s performance with the bat against world champs the West Indies Women as they lost by 31 runs in Gros Islet.
The West Indies Women made their intention to defend their title crystal clear with an impressive 31-run victory over the Proteas Women at the Darren Sammy Cricket Ground to go top of Group B in the ICC Women’s World T20, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
The West Indies Women proved their champion credentials in a world-class fightback to secure a 31-run win against the Proteas Women in Gros Islet, led by skipper Stafanie Taylor.
Not for nothing did Shabnim Ismail claim that she and Marizanne Kapp are the best opening pair in world cricket, and the pair backed her claim up in style against world champs the West Indies.
Action from the South African Women’s team’s seven-wicket win over the Sri Lankan Women in their opening match of the Women’s World T20 in the West Indies.
Shabnim Ismail might only be ranked in 21st spot on the ICC’s women T20I bowlers rankings, but she delivered a devastating performance with the ball to rock Sri Lanka and help set up a seven-wicket win for the Proteas Women.