Cricket South Africa (CSA) is pleased to announce a home tour for the South Africa women’s emerging team against Bangladesh emerging. The tour will include a three-match
Cricket South Africa (CSA) today announced the home fixtures for both South Africa Women’s Emerging side and the Proteas Women for the 2019-2020 campaign, for the Bangladesh
Proteas Women head coach, Hilton Moreeng, expressed his delight at how all the departments clicked at the right time following his side’s comfortable nine-wicket victory in the fifth Women’s T20 International against Pakistan in Benoni on Thursday. South Africa won the series 3-2.
CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) has congratulated the Proteas Women on their outstanding come-from-behind victory over Pakistan in their five-match T20 International series that reached its climax at Benoni’s Willowmoore Park Thursday.
Lizelle Lee smashed a second successive half-century in just over 24 hours and a career-best score as the Proteas Women clinched a famous series-winning nine-wicket victory over Pakistan in the final T20 International in Benoni on Thursday.
A blistering innings of 60 off just 31 balls by Lizelle Lee paved the way for the Proteas Women to draw level at 2-2 with Pakistan in their five-match T20 Series after winning the latest clash by four wickets at Willowmoore Park in Benoni on Wednesday.
In what is a crunch match for the Proteas Women, assistant coach Salieg Nackerdien believes the team must back themselves to change a few aspects of their game to get back into the series ahead of the fourth Women’s T20 International against Pakistan in Benoni on Wednesday.
Following a good start with bat and ball, Proteas Women came up short in the end due to faltering middle periods, a factor that head coach, Hilton Moreeng and stand-in captain, Suné Luus,
Career-best efforts from Tazmin Brits and Moseline Daniels were not enough as the Proteas Women slipped to a four-wicket defeat to Pakistan in the third T20 International at the City Oval in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday.
A maiden career half-century by Marizanne Kapp in her new role up the order helped the Proteas Women edge out Pakistan by eight wickets with a ball to spare in the second T20 International
Head coach Hilton Moreeng has emphasized the importance of a strong start in the second T20 international between the Proteas Women and Pakistan to be hosted at the Pietermaritzburg Cricket Oval on Saturday.
Captain Sune Luus lashed a free-scoring 80 and Masabata Klaas claimed three wickets but it was not enough as Pakistan managed to tie the decisive third ICC Women’s Championship (IWC) One-Day International against the Proteas in Benoni on Sunday – meaning the series was drawn at Willowmoore Park