Three ODI's and five T20s at home against Pakistan is just what CSA ordered for the Proteas Women ahead of the 2019 ICC T20 World Cup in Australia, and 2021 ICC World Cup in New Zealand
Cricket SA gave the Proteas Women a rousing farewell on their way to the Caribbean to take on defending champions West Indies, England, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in the West Indies World T20
Both openers Laura Wolvaardt and Lizelle Lee scored 50’s in the Proteas’ chase overnight, the 8 wicket-win offering the visitors a chance at levelling the series against the West Indies in the fifth encounter on Saturday
Cricket SA has announced the 14-player squad selected to represent SA away in the Caribbean in an 8-match one day series starting at the Kensington Oval on Sunday 16 September, and ending mid-October.
The Momentum Proteas will reflect on their tour of England with mixed feelings, but the good ones will certainly include some pretty remarkable performances, including memorable wins against England, one in each series.
Captain Dané van Niekerk leads futile defence from the front alongside Mignon du Preez as the Proteas women suffered the highest number of runs conceded against New Zealand at Somerset in England on Wednesday, before having to repeat the ignominy again on the same day against England, in their T20I triangular double-header
National team skipper Dané van Niekerk lead the list of four women’s award winners at the Cricket South Africa Awards Banquet 2018 at the Sandton Convention Centre on 2 June, 2018 in Johannesburg.
After an exceptional performance at the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup, Proteas Women captain Dané van Niekerk insists her charges will go into the upcoming tour against hosts England and New Zealand with new-found belief with the ultimate desire to be victorious.