Hilton Moreeng has called for a fresh focus as the Proteas Women get ready for their next ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup assignment.
The Proteas Women finally conquered England which comes as a major boost for their Women’s T20 World Cup, says Mignon du Preez.
Cricket South Africa has congratulated Mignon du Preez on becoming the first Proteas Women’s cricketer to reach the milestone of a century of appearances in the T20 International format.
After more than a decade at the top of the order, Mignon du Preez is set to become the first South African woman to play 100 T20 Internationals when the Proteas Women take the field against England in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup on Sunday.
In their second and final warm-up match of the ICC T20 Women’s Cricket World Cup, the Proteas Women experienced a four-wicket defeat by host nation Australia in Adelaide on Tuesday.
The Momentum Proteas Women got their preparation for the ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup in Australia off to a good start by comprehensively beating Sri Lanka by 41 runs in Adelaide on Sunday, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
New Zealand Women produced a quality batting display to beat the Proteas Women by 69 runs at the Basin Reserve on Monday to earn an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-match T20I series.
The third T20I at the Basin Reserve in Wellington saw the Proteas Women head out with the hope that the Twenty20 cobwebs were out of the way and they could put in an improved performance, and a better overall execution it was as they walked away with an important five-wicket win over the White Ferns to stay alive (2-1) in… Read more →
The South African Women’s team head into the third T20I against the White Ferns in Wellington aware that a win will keep them alive in this five-match series.
The New Zealand Women side have tightened their grip on the five-match T20I series against the Proteas Women, after securing a comfortable five-wicket win in the second game on Thursday in Hamilton.
The Proteas Women will be attempting to return to the form that got their New Zealand tour off to a flying start when they come up against the White Ferns in the second T20I match of the five-match series in Seddon Park on Thursday.
A below par batting performance saw the Proteas Women lose the first T20 International against New Zealand by nine wickets on Sunday at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui.
The South Africa Women side will now turn their focus to the five-match Twenty20 International series against New Zealand Women, starting on 2 February at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui.
The Proteas Women chased down 150 with 12.4 overs to spare to complete a six-wicket win over the White Ferns and take the One-Day International series 3-0, after a brilliant display with the ball from all-rounder Sune Luus on Thursday in Hamilton.
The Proteas Women head into the third and final One-Day International against the White Ferns in Hamilton high on confidence, following their victories in the two ODIs played in Auckland.