Watch the highlights of West Indies Women’s run to the semi-finals of the ICC Women’s World T20 where they will face off against Australia in the first of the two semis in Antigua.
A Saturday afternoon triple play of videos to enjoy: the West Indies Women smash Sri Lanka, Sri Lankan men struggling against England and a club cricket update from Pretoria High School’s Old Boys coach.
The West Indies Women powered into the semi-finals of the Women’s World T20 with a crushing win over Sri Lanka.
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.
A thrilling final over saw the Proteas Women chase down a sizable target set by the West Indies Women at Tarouba with just one ball remaining.
Marizanne Kapp, Lizelle Lee and Laura Wolvaardt were all in top form as the Proteas Women hit their straps to defeat the world champ West Indies Women by eight wickets in the fourth T20I of the series in the West Indies.
The Proteas Women had to endure the frustration of a soggy outfield resulting in the third T20I against the West Indies Women being called off, dashing their chances of a series win.
All the action from the second T20I between the West Indies Women and the Proteas Women.
Another South African batting collapse saw the West Indies Women go 2-0 up in the five-match T20I series after a nine-wicket victory in Trinidad on Friday.
Despite back-to-back white ball losses, Proteas Women coach Hilton Moreeng believes the team is far from hitting the panic button thanks to their bowling strength.
Proteas Women’s coach Hilton Moreeng has lamented the inconsistency of their batters, calling for them to learn to adapt to changing formats a lot faster.