South Africa claimed a thrilling two-wicket win over New Zealand in Thursday’s Women’s World Cup match in Hamilton.
Proteas Women’s coach Hilton Moreeng believes the best is yet to come from his team.
The Proteas bowlers have consistently shown that they’re world class. However, when the batting fires, the team shifts from being mediocre to irrepressible, writes Ryan Vrede.
The Proteas beat New Zealand by 198 runs in the second Test in Christchurch on Tuesday to draw the series 1-1.
South Africa were eyeing victory over New Zealand at stumps on day four of the second Test in Christchurch on Monday.
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Colin de Grandhomme and Daryl Mitchell mounted a crucial rescue mission for New Zealand as the Proteas continued to dominate the second Test on day two in Christchurch on Saturday.
A bold call by the Proteas to bat first in the second Test against New Zealand paid dividends as they reached 238-3 at stumps on Friday.
Proteas captain Dean Elgar believes his side will improve in the must-win second Test against New Zealand.
Proteas Test vice-captain Temba Bavuma says his relationship with captain Dean Elgar is built on “honesty and no bulls**t”.