Proteas Women’s star batter Lizelle Lee has been voted the ICC Women’s Player of the Month for March, following her incredible tour of India.
Stand-in Proteas Women captain Sune Luus says her group of players has been operating on a different level of confidence since the start of the year.
While Cricket South Africa’s off-field battles wage on and the Proteas men continue to struggle for continuity, the South African ladies have provided a much-needed silver lining, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
The Proteas Women’s tour of India ended in defeat with the hosts sealing a nine-wicket victory in the final T20I in Lucknow on Tuesday.
Proteas Women’s star Marizanne Kapp has moved up to second spot in both the ICC Women’s ODI Bowling and All-rounder Rankings.
Lizelle Lee and Laura Wolvaardt struck match-winning knocks as the Proteas Women beat India by six wickets with the final delivery of the match on Sunday to win the T20I series.
Following their impressive 4-1 ODI series triumph over India, the Proteas Women have climbed up to second in the ICC ODI rankings.
The Proteas Women displayed clinical composure to mount an impressive run chase and claim a series-clinching seven-wicket win over India on Sunday.
Lizelle Lee struck an unbeaten 132 as the Proteas Women’s team beat India by six runs on the Duckworth Lewis method on Friday.
The Indian Women’s team produced a clinical performance to beat the Proteas Women by nine wickets in the second ODI in Lucknow on Tuesday.
Proteas Women captain Sune Luus believes the team will be stepping into the unknown during their tour to India.
The Proteas Women beat Pakistan by three runs despite an ordinary batting performance in the first ODI of the series in Durban.
Cricket South Africa has announced the training squad for the Pakistan Women inbound tour.
The Pakistan Women’s team will tour South Africa in January 2021, Cricket South Africa has confirmed.
The Australia Women’s team secured the fourth and final semi-final birth at the T20 World Cup on Monday when they beat New Zealand by four runs in Melbourne, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.