Marizanne Kapp’s maiden Test century helped the Proteas recover from 45-4 to post a competitive total on the first day of the one-off women’s Test against England in Taunton.
The Proteas Women drew their three-day warm-up match with England A at the Arundel Cricket Club in West Sussex.
The Proteas thrashed Ireland by nine wickets in the first women’s ODI in Dublin on Saturday.
Dané van Niekerk has been named in a provisional 21-player Proteas Women’s squad that will represent Team SA in T20 cricket at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Western Province batting all-rounder Delmari “Delmi” Tucker is putting her hand up for Proteas selection.
South African umpire Lauren Agenbag made history when she stood in last month’s Women’s World Cup final.
The Proteas Women will attend a two-week national training camp at the CSA High-Performance Centre in Pretoria from Thursday.
Lizelle Lee has become the first South African to be named as Wisden Leading Women’s Cricketer in the World.
The Proteas suffered a crushing 137-run defeat by England in the Women’s World Cup semi-final in Christchurch on Thursday.
Proteas captain Sune Luus believes her team will have to be at their best to beat England in the Women’s World Cup semi-final in Christchurch on Thursday.