South African captain Cri-Zelda Brits acknowledges applause following her sparking century in South Africa’s final group-stage match, against the Netherlands in Stellenbosch on Thursday. Picture: courtesy ICC News A brilliant century from South African skipper Cri-Zelda Brits helped South Africa maintain their unbeaten run at the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier.
As gsport reported on Wednesday, Boland beat KwaZulu-Natal in a close encounter in Chatsworth on Saturday ( Click here to download the scorecard 11.45 Kb) to remain eight points ahead of second-placed Northerns ( Click here to download the latest Super Sixes log 10.56 Kb).
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 new chapter will be added to women’s cricket history tomorrow (Saturday,28 July 2007) when South Africa take on the Netherlands in a four-day one-off Test in Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam.
A South African national women’s cricket squad has been announced to participate in a camp at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria between 20 and 22 April 2007, with a view to settling the squad to tour Netherlands and England between July and August this year.
The South African Women’s cricket team are feeling on top of the world after completing their hat-trick of wins to take the five-match one-day series against Pakistan in fine fashion at Sinovich Park, Pretoria, on Wednesday.
SA Women take on Pakistan Women in the third One Day International cricket match between the two sides starting at 10am local time this morning, after easing to their second win on Monday, by 84 runs at the Harlequins Oval.