The Proteas Women lost their second unofficial warm-up game by three runs against India on Thursday.
The Proteas Women will rely on Lizelle Lee to bring the fireworks as they go all out to win the World T20 in the West Indies, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Shabnim Ismail and Trisha Chetty are in the Proteas Women squad for the first ever stand-alone ICC Women’s World T20 to be held in the West Indies from 9-24 November 2018.
Another Proteas Women batting collapse saw the West Indies Women go 2-0 up in the five-match T20I series after a nine-wicket victory in Trinidad on Friday.
With the Proteas Women sitting on back-to-back white ball losses, coach Hilton Moreeng believes that the team is still far from hitting the panic button, thanks to the strength of their bowling.
A stunning bowling display by an inexperienced Proteas Women side against the West Indies Women wasn’t enough to prevent a 17-run loss in the opening T20I in Bridgetown.
Hoping for a historic high of a series win in the West Indies, the Proteas Women were instead humbled to a 115-run defeat as the Windies shared the series in fine style.
The rain put a damper on proceedings in Bridgetown as the second ODI between Windies Women and South Africa Women was abandoned after the first innings.
Proteas all-rounder Marizanne Kapp has warned of complacency ahead of the second ICC Women’s Championship series clash against the West Indies on Wednesday.
Marizanne Kapp and debutant Tumi Sekhukhune proved too powerful for the West Indies Women in the first ODI of the series at Bridgetown, Barbados.