The Momentum Proteas may not be able to win the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Women’s T20 series outright, but captain Dané van Niekerk says her squad is determined to end the five-match series against India in the best possible way come the last match on Saturday at PPC Newland in Cape Town.
India women took an unassailable 2-1 lead in the five-match Cricket South Africa (CSA) Women’s T20 series after the fourth match against the Momentum Proteas was washed out at SuperSport Park on Wednesday
Chloe Tryon, who continued her big-hitting form was once again a key contributor to the team’s success, hitting 34 runs in 15 balls to help edge the visitors. She admits that power hitting is one of her favourite parts of her training regimen and particularly enjoys absorbing pressure situations.
Shabnim Ismail took a career-best 5/30 to help the Momentum Proteas beat India by five wickets in the third Cricket South Africa (CSA) Women’s T20 at the Bidvest Wanderers on Sunday. The visitors now lead the series 2-1.