The South African women’s cricket team showed they have a lot to learn when it comes to Twenty20 cricket, after losing both their encounters against New Zealand and England A at Somerset County Cricket Ground yesterday.
The South African women’s cricket team have lost their first match on tour in Europe, going down by 97 runs to New Zealand in a Twenty20 encounter at Somerset County cricket ground, a short while ago.
The South African women’s cricket team continued their winning streak on their tour of Europe, after beating England A by 36 runs in a limited overs match at Taunton College in England on Tuesday.
Sunette Loubser starred with the ball as South Africa beat England A by 63 runs, in their second limited overs match at Taunton College today.
Zola Thamae, Vice-President of the SA Women’s Cricket Association and the team manager of the SA Women’s Cricket Team currently touring Europe, is the first woman to become a full member of Cricket South Africa’s General Council.
The Proteas comprehensively beat the Netherlands by 174 runs at the Sportpark Maarshalkweerd in the Dutch city of Utrecht on Saturday, their second successive comfortable win in three days giving them an unassailable 2-nil lead.
KwaZulu-Natal captain and Proteas master-batswoman Johmari Logtenberg showed her true mettle with a tremendous 153 not-out in the third and final ODI against the Dutch in the Netherlands on Sunday.
Captain Cri-Zelda Brits top-scored and took SA on to a victorious total of 239 for the loss of six wickets, after choosing to bat against the Netherlands in the first of three ODI’s, at the VRA Ground in Amstelveen, the Netherlands on Thursday.
A coach for girls’ cricket since he was a schoolboy, 19-year-old Lunga Ntuli from Groutville in the KZN North Coast has a women’s cricket club called Nkobongo, which is participating in the Durban and District Cricket Union Women’s League.
South Africa’s women’s cricket team have pulled off a sensational win over the Netherlands in the historic one-off four-day test in Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam.
Conditions have improved in Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam, where the South African women’s cricket team are playing Netherlands in a historic one-off four-day test.
South Africa’s bowlers have put the squeeze on Netherlands on day three of their one-off four day test in Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam.