ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, Tazmin Brits: South Africa Women’s cricket team were facing England women’s cricket team in the semi-final match on Friday, February 24. Moreover, the game was being played at Newlands Cricket Ground in Cape Town, South Africa.
South Africa captain Suné Luus won the toss and decided to bat first at Newlands Cricket Ground in Cape Town, South Africa. South Africa had a perfect start into the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup match thanks to Laura Wolvaardt and Tazmin Brits.
Tazmin Brits and Laura Wolvaardt had a fine partnership going in the middle. They both put up 96 runs for the first wicket. Laura Wolvaardt scored 53 runs from 44 balls.
Tazmin Brits went on to score 68 runs from 55 balls with a strike rate of 123.64. South Africa scored 164 runs with a loss of four wickets in 20 overs against England.
England had a 53 runs partnership between Danni Wyatt and Sophia Dunkley. Nat Sciver-Brunt scored 40 runs from 34 balls. England were done at 158 runs and South Africa won the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup match by six runs.
Tazmin Brits went on to win the man of the match award against England on Friday. She scored 68 runs from 55 balls with a strike rate of 123.64.
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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup: Tazmin Brits takes an amazing one-handed catch
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup has gone on to show some brilliant moments. Out of that, the spectacular fielding ones have been amazing. Though Australia has yet again qualified for the finals this World Cup has been different.
Tazmin Brits put up an incredible effort not only through bat but also on the field. She completed a fine momentous one-handed catch to dismiss Alice Capsey.
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England Women: Danielle Wyatt, Sophia Dunkley, Alice Capsey, Nat Sciver-Brunt, Heather Knight (c), Amy Jones (wk), Sophie Ecclestone, Katherine Sciver-Brunt, Charlotte Dean, Sarah Glenn, Lauren Bell.
South Africa Women: Laura Wolvaardt, Tazmin Brits, Marizanne Kapp, Sune Luus (c), Chloe Tryon, Nadine de Klerk, Anneke Bosch, Sinalo Jafta (wk), Shabnim Ismail, Ayabonga Khaka, Nonkululeko Mlaba.
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