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.
The national women’s cricket team takes on Pakistan this morning in the second of five One Day International, having convincingly won the first encounter at the Laudium Oval in Pretoria by 98 runs on Saturday.
The South African women’s cricket team have beaten Pakistan by 98 runs in the first one day international in Laudium.
Twenty-one-year-old Shandre Fritz from Western Province was today named as captain of the South African women’s cricket team to play Pakistan in five One-Day International matches in South Africa in January next year.