South Africa Women secured the four-match ODI series against West Indies Women 2-1 with a persuading six-wicket triumph in the fourth and last game in Johannesburg on Sunday (February 6). Shabnim Ismail’s 4-44 assisted South Africa with killing the guests for 174 in the last over,before Andrie Steyn (52) and captain Sune Luus (47) set up an agreeable pursue with their 88-run represent the third wicket.
Ismail struck in the fifth over itself after West Indies picked to bat, taking out Rashada Williams for a toiled six. Nonetheless, the guests were supported by a 64-run stand between in-structure Deandra Dottin (36 off 63) and Kycia Knight (48 off 76). It was Ismail again who got the hosts the truly necessary leap forward before the coalition got any speed. An emotional breakdown resulted where Chloe Tryon and Ayabonga Khaka struck double each and Ismail added two more to her count as Windes slipped from an agreeable 104/2 to lose their last eight for an option of simple 70 runs.
South Africa began their answer warily prior to losing the two openers Laura Wolvaardt (23) and Tazmin Bits (20) in about three overs. From 56 for 2, Luus held hands with Steyn to fashion the match-wining organization. The team took south Africa past the 100-run mark in the 26th over prior to getting some speed.
In any case, Luus missed the mark regarding her fifty when she was caught lbw by her partner Anisa Mohammed in the 35th over. Steyn however proceeded to raise her 70-ball 50 years yet fell not long after as the West Indies’ commander got her second scalp in the prevailing over. It came past the point of no return in the day however and Tryon sent off a whirlwind of limits in her unbeaten appearance of 20 that assisted South Africa over the line with in excess of ten overs in excess.