India held their nerve and snuck a one-wicket win over the Momentum Proteas in the final of the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier in Sri Lanka on Tuesday
India and South Africa will play the final of the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2017 on Tuesday, in what will be an opportunity for their players to perform freely on the big stage.
A stellar bowling performance by the Momentum Proteas laid the foundation for a comfortable, 36-run Duckworth-Lewis win over Ireland in their final match of the Super Six stage at the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2017 in Colombo on Sunday. South Africa will face India in the tournament final on 21 February
CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) has congratulated the Momentum Proteas on qualifying for the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup to be staged in England later this year. The national women’s team
The Momentum Proteas have beaten hosts, Sri Lanka by a comprehensive nine wickets to qualify for the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup to be held in the United Kingdom in June and July this year. South Africa and India are the first to qualify and will join Australia, England, New Zealand and West Indies in women’s cricket’s biggest stage.
India takes on Bangladesh and Pakistan meets Ireland in the other two Super Six matches on Friday
India claimed a convincing, 49-run victory over the Momentum Proteas in their first match of the Super Six stage of the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2017 in Colombo on Wednesday
A ruthless performance by the bowling unit saw them set up a 10-wicket victory for the Momentum Proteas women in their last Group B match against Papua New Guinea (PNG) at the Nondescripts Cricket Club Ground in Colombo on Monday.
South Africa captain Dane van Niekerk is open to trying out some new combinations in her team’s last match of the preliminary league which ends on Monday, when the Super Six teams are decided in the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2017
Shabnim Ismail and Suné Luus took six wickets between them to set up victory by six wickets for the Momentum Proteas women in their match against Bangladesh at the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifiers in Colombo on Saturday
Chloe Tryon and Trisha Chetty shared an unbeaten 64-run, fifth-wicket partnership to help the Momentum Proteas women to a six-wicket victory over Scotland in their second match of the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier tournament in Colombo on Wednesday
A blazing half-century from Chloe Tryon ensured the Momentum Proteas made a flying start to the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifying tournament with a 63-run win over Pakistan in their Group B opener in Colombo on Tuesday