The Proteas women have named the squad which will test their ODI progress when they meet India in a three-match series in February.
CSA has congratulated Dane van Niekerk, Laura Wolvaardt and Marizanne Kapp on their selection for the Women’s World Cup 2017 Team of the Tournament.
SACricketmag.com picks its Team of the Tournament from the recently-concluded Women’s World Cup.
England have won their fourth Women’s World Cup, as Anya Shrubsole’s 6-46 ensured a dramatic nine-run victory against India at Lord’s.
Harmanpreet Kaur’s phenomenal 171 off 115 balls set the tone for India, as they claimed a 36-run semi-final victory against the defending champions Australia.
The Proteas Women almost pulled off the unthinkable in a dramatic run chase, which saw England win with two balls to spare to reach the final.
Laura Wolvaardt and Mignon du Preez struck half-centuries as the Proteas Women posted 218-6 in their World Cup semi-final clash against England.
The Proteas have won the toss and have opted to bat first against England, as they look to reach the World Cup final for the first time in their history.
South Africa are the underdogs as they face England on Tuesday in their first semi-final match for 17 years. Tom Sizeland previews the greatly-anticipated contest.
The Proteas Women have reached the World Cup semi-finals, after they thrashed Sri Lanka by eight wickets in Taunton on Wednesday.
Proteas Women captain Dane van Niekerk extended her lead at the top of the wicket-taking charts with 4-24, as Sri Lanka Women were bowled for 101.
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.
Players took to Twitter to congratulate the Proteas Women on their comprehensive 10-wicket victory against West Indies on Sunday.
The Proteas Women and New Zealand have shared the spoils in Derby after their World Cup clash was washed out on Wednesday.