KwaZulu-Natal Coastal clinched a narrow one-wicket victory over Gauteng to secure fifth place at the CSA Women’s National Week after a sensational 5-14 by Kiara Fischer.
Border thumped Boland by 97 runs last Friday to secure seventh place at the end of the CSA Women’s National Week at the University of Free State in Bloemfontein.
Gauteng thumped KwaZulu-Natal Coastal during the CSA Women’s National Week last Wednesday after Raisibe Ntozakhe, Yolande Fourie and Shabnim Ismail picked up three wickets apiece.
Free State strolled to a comfortable 73-run win over Boland after a fiery fifer from Gezelle Janse van Rensburg following a well-played half-century from Izelle Cilliers.
Western Province clinched a convincing 81-run win over Border last Wednesday, thanks to a sensational century from captain and opener Laura Wolvaardt along with Leah Jones’ 4-37.
Gauteng thumped Boland by six wickets on Thursday following fantastic bowling from openers Shabnim Ismail and Lehlohonolo Sardick alongside a blistering Raisibe Ntozakhe.
KwaZulu-Natal Coastal cruised to a five-wicket victory over Border in less than 19 overs after Jade de Figueiredo picked up 4-11 in five overs during the opposition’s innings.
Western Province bagged a comfortable six-wicket victory over Free State on Monday, thanks to captain and Proteas’ opener Laura Wolvaardt’s unbeaten run-a-ball century.
North West made light work of their encounter against Free State during the CSA Women’s National Week on Thursday. They won by eight wicketsy thanks to an unbeaten half-century from captain Tazmin Brits.
Catch the latest action from day four of the CSA Women’s National Week in Bloemfontein on Thursday.
Boland walked away with a narrow 13-run win over Border during their CSA National Women’s Week encounter which was reduced to 20 overs a side due to a wet outfield.
North West Women secured a comfortable 10-wicket victory over KwaZulu-Natal Coastal after rip-roaring displays with the ball by Proteas’ seamers Tumi Sekhukhune (3-15) and Masabata Klaas (3-20).
Laura Wolvaardt made her mark on day one of the CSA Women’s National Week with an unbeaten century to help Western Province clinch a comfortable victory over Free State on Monday.
The KwaZulu-Natal Women’s team have survived a gruelling preparation period and are now ready to take on the country’s best at the CSA National Women’s Cricket Week in Bloemfontein from 25-29 March.