- South Africa Women won the match against Ireland Women by 189 runs in the 3rd ODI
- Sune Luss scored 93 runs in 104 balls and Laura Wolvaardt scored 89 runs in 128 balls
- Shabnam Ismail took 5 wickets in 8.5 overs and conceded only 8 runs
SOUTH AFRICA WOMEN TOUR OF IRELAND, 2022: South Africa Women won the match against Ireland Women by 189 runs in the 3rd ODI (ICC Championship) played at Castle Avenue in Dublin. In this match, South Africa Women won the toss and elected to bat where South Africa Women set a strong target against Ireland Women in 50 overs.
South Africa women’s team scored 278 runs in 50 overs and lost 5 wickets. Against Ireland women, South Africa women’s batsmen Sune Luss and Laura Wolvaardt played brilliant innings, while Sune Luss scored 93 runs in 104 balls and Laura Wolvaardt scored 89 runs in 128 balls. On the other hand, another batsman Lara Goodall scored 18 runs, Sea Tryon 17 runs and Andrey Steyn scored 14 runs to set a strong target against Ireland Women.
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Cricket South Africa tweeted on Twitter and said, “This duo knows how to tick the runs over”
This duo knows how to tick the runs over 🏏#IREvSA #AlwaysRising #BePartOfIt pic.twitter.com/pfKPJ8YZZA— Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) June 18, 2022
Ireland Women could not chase down the target of South Africa Women and lost the match by 189 runs. Whereas Ireland Women scored 89 runs in 32.5 balls and lost 10 wickets. On the other hand, Irish women’s batsman Mary Waldron scored 32 runs in 69 balls and Arlene Kelly made 29 runs in 57 balls.
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South African women’s bowler Shabnam Ismail took 5 wickets in 8.5 overs and conceded only 8 runs. While another bowler Sune Luce gave 27 runs in 7 overs with 2 wickets and Delmi Tucker and Raisibe Nozakhe took 1-1 wickets for their team. At the same time, Ireland women’s bowler Arlene Kelly took 2 wickets in 10 overs for her team. At the same time, another bowler Jane Maguire and Rachel Delaney took 1-1 wickets for their team.