Portia Woodman scored eight tries as New Zealand hammered Hong Kong 121-0, while there were also wins for Canada, England, USA, Ireland and France on day two of the Women’s World Cup in Dublin.
England have won their fourth Women’s World Cup, as Anya Shrubsole’s 6-46 ensured a dramatic nine-run victory against India at Lord’s. TOM SIZELAND reports.
Dane van Niekerk says that the Proteas Women tried hard to make South Africa proud, irrespective of their heartbreaking semi-final exit.
The Proteas Women almost pulled off the unthinkable in a dramatic run chase, which saw England win with two balls to spare to reach the final.
Proteas Women’s coach Hilton Moreeng says his side have exceeded expectations by reaching the World Cup semi-finals.
Proteas Women captain Dane van Niekerk extended her lead at the top of the wicket-taking charts with 4-24, as Sri Lanka Women were bowled for 101.
Mignon du Preez is not taking Sri Lanka for granted as the Proteas Women prepare for the crucial clash in Taunton on Wednesday.
Ex-Proteas Women captain, Mignon du Preez, believes that they had the capacity to beat New Zealand if their match was not rained out on Wednesday.
Despite heavy rain expected in Derby, Proteas Women skipper Dané van Niekerk is confident of sealing another victory against New Zealand.
The Proteas women continued their unbeaten run, beating Bangladesh by six wickets in their World Cup Qualifier on Saturday. This was the SA ladies’ third win, which placed them at the summit of Group B with six points and the right to book their spot in the Super Six stage of the tournament. Bangladesh put up a dismal fight, recording… Read more →