South Africa Women 54 for 2 (Chetty 24) kick Ireland Women 53 (Van Niekerk 3-8, Ismail 2-5, Tryon 2-10) by 8 wickets
South Africa women reached a finals of a tri-series by routing Ireland women for 53, and chasing it with ease. Ireland have mislaid 3 of their 4 matches, with a fourth being abandoned.
South Africa’s preference to margin paid off as they discharged Ireland’s tip 6 for 15 runs. After Ireland mislaid a initial dual wickets for 13, Chloe Tryon and Dane outpost Niekerk common a subsequent 4 wickets to revoke Ireland to 17 for 6. Melissa Scott-Hayward and Mary Waldron halted a tumble for a bit, flourishing for a subsequent 9 overs. But Marizanne Kapp took dual discerning wickets to leave them during 38 for 8. The final dual batsmen also resisted for a bit before Scott-Hayward became a final wicket to fall, for 71-ball 20.
Van Niekerk finished with 3 for 8 from 5.3 overs and Tryon, Kapp and Shabnim Ismail took dual each.
South Africa openers Lizelle Lee and Trisha Chetty started delayed in their follow before both fell in discerning period in uninterrupted overs for 15 and 24 respectively. Mignon du Preez and Kapp took them home in a 14th over for their initial win of a series.
Du Preez was gratified with a efforts of her team, generally in light of a fact of a approach they were trounced by Pakistan in their prior match.”We schooled a lot from a diversion opposite Pakistan,” du Preez said. “The bowlers did intensely good personification on a opposite track. Keeping them underneath 55 was glorious work by them. We still have a bit of work to do when it comes to chasing a score, we unfortunately mislaid a integrate of wickets though that is still something that can be addressed before we play Pakistan again.”
Table-toppers Pakistan and South Africa will play a final joining diversion on Wednesday before a array final on Friday.