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England on fire to reach World Cup final

England were clinical as they defeated South Africa by 137 runs to advance to the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 final and keep their title defence alive. Danni Wyatt’s maiden World Cup century saw England post an imposing 293 for eight as Wyatt and Sophia Dunkley put on 116 for the fifth wicket. In response, South

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India knocked out in final-ball thriller

India were knocked out of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 with the final ball of the league stage as South Africa won by three wickets. Smriti Mandhana and Mithali Raj led the scoring for India with 71 and 68 as the Women in Blue set South Africa 275 to win and the Proteas emerged victorious

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South Africa win thriller against New Zealand

Marizanne Kapp was again South Africa’s hero as they edged a thrilling tussle with New Zealand, getting home with two wickets and three balls to spare. Sophie Devine’s 93 was ultimately in vain as New Zealand put on a below-par 228 in Hamilton, Ayabonga Khaka and Shabnim Ismail taking three apiece as the White Ferns lost their last six wickets for

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Kapp heroics see South Africa beat England at the death

South Africa earned another late ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 win as they defeated defending champions England by three wickets with four balls remaining in Tauranga. England were rescued from a poor start by a 107-run partnership from Tammy Beaumont and Amy Jones before Marizanne Kapp fought back with her first international five-wicket haul to set

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South Africa squeeze past Pakistan

South Africa sealed a dramatic six-run win to deny Pakistan a first ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup win in 17 games. South Africa’s slow start was rescued by Laura Wolvaardt, whose 75 runs was her highest score in a World Cup, but the Proteas could still only set Pakistan a below-par 224 to win. Pakistan

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Unconvincing South Africa beat Bangladesh

Ayabonga Khaka’s superb seam bowling helped South Africa overcome Bangladesh in their opening match of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022. Put in to bat in Dunedin, the Proteas were bundled out for a below-par 207 with Marizanne Kapp (42) and hard-hitting Chloe Tryon (39) lifting them to a competitive total. Bangladesh made a

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South Africa’s New Leagues Unveiled

The CEO of South African Rugby, Jurie Roux, has announced details of new structures for the top two women’s leagues. The Women’s Premier Division will consist of last season’s representatives, Border Ladies (the champions), DHL Western Province, EP Queens, Boland Dames, Blue Bulls Women and Cell C Sharks. The Mastercard Golden Lions Women will join

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A Day like no Other – Barbarians v South Africa

One of the most extraordinary days in rugby took place at Twickenham Stadium. At 12.30 the Baa-baas women’s team learned they would be kicking off at 2.30, not 5.15 as scheduled. Six members of the men’s unit had been diagnosed with Covid-19; their game had to be called off. This was a quite massive blow

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