South Africa scored a morale-boosting win against potent rivals India in Leicester on Saturday, to stay in the tournament log’s top four nations ahead of fixtures against Sri Lanka and Australia
England beat the Momentum Proteas after winning the toss and setting a 373-run target, which was too much for the visitors despite a brave chase lead by Laura Wolvaardt, Lizelle Lee, Mignon du Preez and Chloe Tryon.
The Momentum Proteas are keyed up and ready for match favourites and tournament hosts England in their fourth ICC Women’s World Cup tie, in Bristol on Wednesday.
The Proteas Women secured a significant win in their third ICC Women’s World Cup fixture in Leicester on Sunday, when they bowled out West Indies for 48 before reaching the required target without loss, in the 7th over
it was a sad case of points shared following their Match Abandoned without a ball bowled for South Africa’s second ICC Women’s World Cup fixture, against New Zealand in Derby on Wednesday.
The Proteas Women won their opening ICC Women’s World Cup fixture after winning the toss and electing to bowl first, restricting Pakistan to 206 in their 50 overs before achieving the asking total to win by 3 wickets.
Momentum Proteas skipper Dané van Niekerk says her team is fit and match ready, and keen to start their 2017 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup campaign against Pakistan in Leicester in the best way.
CSA has announced the 15-strong squad to represent South Africa against India, Zimbabwe and Ireland in a 14-match ODI series in Potchefstroom from 7-21 May