Marizanne Kapp’s half-century was not enough to rally the Proteas Women after a poor start as they fell to an eight-wicket loss to India in game one of their three-match ODI series in Vadodara on Wednesday.
Proteas Women seamer Ayabonga Khaka is pleased to be playing competitive cricket again after a year on the sidelines due to shoulder injury.
The annual Cricket South Africa awards will take place in Pretoria on Saturday. Several accolades will be handed out, including the Women’s T20 International Cricketer of the Year.
The annual Cricket South Africa awards will take place in Pretoria on Saturday. Several accolades will be handed out, including the Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year.
The Bangladesh Women’s Emerging team beat hosts South Africa Emerging by four wickets to level the three-match, one-day series one all in Pretoria on Thursday.
Cricket South Africa have announced the home fixtures for both South Africa Women’s Emerging side and the Proteas Women for the 2019-2020 campaign, for the Bangladesh Emerging and Australia inbound tours scheduled for July 2019 and March 2020, respectively.
Lizelle Lee smashed a second successive half-century in just over 24 hours and a career-best score as the Proteas Women clinched a famous series-winning nine-wicket victory over Pakistan in the final T20 International in Benoni on Thursday.
In what is a crunch match for the Proteas Women, assistant coach Salieg Nackerdien believes the team must back themselves to change a few aspects of their game and get back into the series ahead of the fourth Women’s T20 International against Pakistan in Benoni on Wednesday.
Following a good start with bat and ball, the Proteas Women came up short in the end due to faltering middle periods, a factor that head coach, Hilton Moreeng, and stand-in captain Suné Luus agreed was the difference in their defeat in the third T20 international against Pakistan in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday.
Career-best efforts from Tazmin Brits and Moseline Daniels were not enough as the Proteas Women slipped to a four-wicket defeat to Pakistan in the third T20 International at the City Oval in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday.
A maiden career half-century by Marizanne Kapp in her new role up the order helped the Proteas Women edge out Pakistan by eight wickets with a ball to spare in the second T20 International at the City Oval in Pietermaritzburg on Saturday.
The Proteas women sunk to a seven-wicket defeat at the hands of Pakistan in Wednesday’s opening T20I at the LC de Villiers Oval in Pretoria.
Captain Sune Luus lashed a free-scoring 80 and Masabata Klaas claimed three wickets but it was not enough as Pakistan managed to tie the decisive third ICC Women’s Championship (IWC) One-Day International against the Proteas in Benoni on Sunday, meaning the series was drawn at Willowmoore Park.
A hat-trick from Masabata Klaas saw the Proteas women beat their Pakistan counterparts by eight wickets in the second ODI at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom on Thursday.
Watch the Proteas Women and Pakistan contest the second ODI at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom.