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IND W vs SA W | Brave Priya Punia stands tall as India women take 1-0 lead in ODIs

23-year-old debutant Priya Punia fittingly hit the winning runs as Indian women’s cricket team beat South Africa in Vadodara. India's disciplined bowling attack, led by Jhulan Goswami, restricted South Africa to 164 after which Punia and Jemimah Rodrigues steered India towards victory.
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reportcricket2 years ago

IND W vs SA W | Deepti Sharma bamboozles visitors with spin as India take 1-0 lead

India's Deepti Sharma produced a nearly flawless spell of spin bowling on Tuesday to spin a web around South Africa Women and give the hosts a 1-0 lead in the series. After putting up a par score of 130 batting first, the Indian Women strangled the visitors and walked away with a 11-run victory.
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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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reportcricket4 years ago

India vs South Africa Women 4th T20I | Match abandoned after rain plays spoilsport in Centurion

An unfortunate South Africa Women side saw their early batting effort and a chance to equalize series go in vain as prolonged rain forced the 4th T20I to be abandoned in the hosts' innings. The Proteas were sitting on a strong 130/3 in 15.3 overs, with Lizelle Lee at 58, when the rain interrupted.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India Women v South Africa Women | Hosts keep series hopes alive with five wicket win

South Africa women banked on the spirited display of Sune Luus in the second innings, whose 41-run knock took the game out of India women’s hand after an early collapse. Earlier, India women could only post a target of 134 runs as Smirti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur’s heroics went in vain.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India women vs South Africa women | Mithali Raj leads India to second consecutive T20I win against hosts

After a convincing win in the first match of the series, the Indian women continued their dominating display in the African continent by beating the hosts by 9 wickets. Batting first, South Africa posted a total of 142/7, which India comfortably chased in 19.1 overs with 9 wickets to spare.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India vs South Africa Women | Visitors put behind ODI loss to notch up easy win

Despite not playing a single T20I in 2017, the Indian women got into the groove brilliantly to register a seven-wicket win over South Africa Women in the first of the five-match T20I series in Potchefstroom. Batting first, South Africa posted a total of 164, which India chased in 18.5 overs.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India vs South Africa women | Mignon du Preez leads hosts to consolation victory

Mignon du Preez anchored the run-chase in brilliant fashion and her 90-run innings helped South Africa women secure a seven-wicket win – their only victory in the three-match series. While India secured four points for the ICC Women’s championship, the hosts managed to secure only two points.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India women vs South Africa women | Smriti Mandhana century guides India to 2-0 series lead

India Women continued their stellar run on their tour of South Africa and secured a massive 178-run win over the hosts at the Diamond Oval in Kimberley after bundling the hosts out for 124 in 30.5 overs in a chase of 303. With this win, India picked up another two points in ICC Women's Championship.
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reportcricket4 years ago

ICC Women’s World Cup | Sarah Taylor half-century propels England to home final

Sarah Taylor’s half-century and useful contribution by the top order helped England Women defeat South Africa by two wickets to reach the finals of the ICC Women’s World Cup. Earlier, England’s assortment of bowlers restricted the Proteas for 218, which eventually proved to be not enough.
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