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newscricket6 months ago

IND W vs SA W | Our bowling department needs to work more on series preparation, laments Mithali Raj

After showing signs of improvement in the second ODI, Mithali Raj has now lamented the bowling department, asking for more preparation from their side prior to the series. Raj also added that Jhulan Goswami’s absence allowed for others to step up and take responsibility after the loss.
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newscricket7 months ago

IND vs SA | Sune Luus continues to lead the side in Van Niekerk’s absence

With regular skipper, Dane van Niekerk still out with an injury, South Africa women’s team will be led by Sune Luus, who led them to a victory over Pakistan earlier this year. Meanwhile, Masabata Klaas remains the only absentee from the squad that played Pakistan, with an injury in the 11th hour.
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newscricket2 years ago

VIDEO | Katherine Brunt’s ‘sportsmanship’ backfires as South Africa win after escaping mankad

We’re all quite familiar with the ‘nice guys finish last’ saying and in the WT20 clash between SA W and ENG W, Katherine bore the Brunt of her own kindness. After Brunt ‘faked’ a mankad and let the non-striker off with a warning, the striker du Preez hit a six and a four to guide South Africa home.
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newscricket2 years ago

IND W v SA W | openers' fifties and all-round bowling display help South Africa thrash India in final T20

Fifties from openers Lizelle Lee and Sune Luus combined with an all-round bowling display helped the South African Women thrash India Women by 105 runs in the final T20 of the series. India were bundled out for 70 in reply to South Africa’s 175, as the rain-hit series finished 3-1 to the hosts.
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reportcricket2 years ago

IND W vs SA W | South Africa Women thrash India Women Board President XI in T20 warmup

The South African Women's team led by skipper Sune Luus thrashed the India Women Board President XI by 83 runs in Surat on Sunday to start the tour on a bright note. Lizelle Lee, who struck a sublime 65, was the star for South Africa, while Tarannumbanu Pathan was the only silver lining for India.
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