England Women’s Team White Washes South Africa Women In 3-0 ODI Series Win

England Women’s Team White Washes South Africa Women In 3-0 ODI Series Win

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19 Jul 2022
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England have whitewashed South Africa in the three-match series on their soil. After the defeat in the World Cup final, the England women’s team has played in a different style, which has been very aggressive. South Africa’s much-anticipated fast bowlers had little to do in the last ODI at Leicester, and in fact it was yet another bad day for the Proteas seamer.

Perhaps a combination of heat, and a slight nudge on one end, saw him make an extra 17 deliveries through wide and no ball.

There were horrific errors in the field including two catches missed and a missed run out in the 20th over. It would have been easy to blame all this on tensions within the camp because of the drama that had been blown up about Liselle Lee’s retirement. It has already been a long tour and there is still a lot to come.

England openers, Emma Lamb and Tammy Beaumont, who took advantage of those missed opportunities in the 20th over, shared their second century partnership for 149 runs in a row. Lamb scored 50 in his third consecutive match, starting with a hundred in Northampton last week.

Beaumont scored 9th ODI century, her fourth against South Africa. There was another half-century for Sofia Dunkley, while captain Heather Knight added 63 runs in just 49 balls as England registered their fifth-highest ODI total. Ayabonga Khaka was the most successful bowler for the tourists with 2/64, although left-arm spinners Chloe Tryon (0/58) and Noncululeko Mlaba (1/68) provided some control during the middle period.

England Women vs South Africa Women Third ODI Highlights Bristol 2022

Laura Wolvaardt (56), Marijne Kapp (62) and Chloe Tryon (70) all continued their good form and performed at a high level throughout the series. However the gap between them and the rest – including Luss, suffered an alarming decline in his form at the World Cup. After playing well in Ireland, both Andrey Steyn and Lara Goodall have struggled to make strides against the England bowlers.

Kapp and Tryon put on 110 runs for the fifth wicket and while they were together, even though the required run rate was 10 per over, the Proteas looked like they could pull off an unexpected victory. They were dismissed within five overs of each other as England, thanks to their spinners, Charlie Dean and Emma Lamb, who both took 3/42, halted another impressive performance and won the match.

England Women’s team lead South Africa Women’s team 8–2 in ODIs.

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