ICC Women's World Cup: South Africa stopped the race, England in the final

ICC Women's World Cup: South Africa stopped the race, England in the final

South African cricket's 'final loophole' was the dream of the women's team. The Proteas were close to reaching the final for the first time in cricket. But playing great cricket, England did not let that happen. The English women's team won by 138 runs and reached the final.

The South African women's team won the toss and elected to bowl. In the beginning there was a push in the English camp. He took the first wicket for 10 runs. The third wicket fell for 6 runs. But opener Dani Watt alone brought a big collection to the team.

He played a great inning of 129 off 125 balls with 12 fours. Sophia Dakli added 60 runs off 62 balls. Besides, captain Amy Jones scored 28 runs and England got 293 runs for 8 wickets.

South Africa were bowled out for 156 in 38 overs.