Australia Women 272 for five (Meg Lanning 135*, Shabnim Ismail 2-33) beat South Africa Women 271 for five (Laura Wolvaardt 90, Sune Luus 52,) by 5 wickets.
An unbeaten 135 from Australia’s premier batter Meg Lanning off solely 130 balls, steered her aspect to a snug five-wicket win over South Africa on the Women’s World Cup in New Zealand.
This was the Proteas’ first loss of their fifth match on the match, and regardless of the setback they continue to be firmly on observe for a semifinal berth. Australia gained their sixth consecutive match and had already booked their place within the final 4 going into the competition.
South Africa want yet one more win to ensure their place within the final 4 they usually have two group video games in opposition to the West Indies and India to return to safe their first goal of reaching the playoffs.
Batting first, the Proteas posted a formidable 271 for 5 of their allotted 50 overs as Laura Wolvaardt top-scored with 90 from 134 balls whereas captain Sune Luus added 52 off 51 balls. It was Wolvaardt’s fourth consecutive half-century on the match.
It supplied the muse for rating, however in opposition to a strong Australian batting line-up it…