CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) has congratulated the Momentum Proteas women’s team on their memorable and historic ICC Women’s World Cup campaign that came to a nail-biting conclusion in Bristol on Tuesday when they lost their semi-final to hosts England by two wickets off the third last ball of the game.
England edged the Momentum Proteas by two wickets in a thrilling semi-final match that went down to the last over in Bristol on Tuesday.
Momentum Proteas captain, Dane van Niekerk has won the toss and elected to bat first in the first ICC Women’s World Cup semi-final against England in Bristol.
Tuesday, 18 July will be a special day for South Africans all over the world, not only because it is International Nelson Mandela Day, but because the Momentum Proteas will seek to make history when they face off against England in the first semi-final of the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup in Bristol
The five-match Youth One-Day International series between the Coca-Cola South Africa Under-19s and West Indies U19s will go down to the wire after the tourists won the fourth game by four wickets to make it 2-2 in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday
Momentum Proteas bowler, Suné Luus chooses to look at the positives from their lost match against Australia in Taunton yesterday
Defending champions Australia, maintained their unbeaten record against the Momentum Proteas when they beat them by 59 runs in their last round-robin match of the ICC Women’s World Cup in Taunton on Saturday
Momentum Proteas captain, Dané van Niekerk is looking forward to her team’s last round-robin ICC Women’s World Cup match against Australia in Taunton tomorrow
Captain, Dané van Niekerk and Shabnim Ismail took seven wickets between them, setting up an eight-wicket victory for the Momentum Proteas in their must-win, ICC Women’s World Cup match against Sri Lanka at the County Ground in Taunton on Wednesday
It is another must-win match for the Momentum Proteas who take on Sri Lanka tomorrow as they continue their search for a place in the ICC Women’s World Cup semi-finals in Taunton
Mignon du Preez says the Momentum Proteas are taking no opposition for granted looking ahead to the team’s next fixture against Sri Lanka in the ICC Women’s World Cup in England and Wales
A half-century and four wickets by captain, Dané van Niekerk and a 65-ball 92 by Lizelle Lee laid the foundation for a resounding, 115-run victory for the Momentum Proteas over India, breaking their unbeaten streak when the sides met for the 18th match in the ICC Women’s World Cup in Leicester on Sunday