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Old January 12, 2017, 11:28 AM
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Arrow **South Africa's Women Tour of Bangladesh|5 ODIs|JAN 12th to JAN 20th 2K17|Cox's Bazar**

In other cricketing news, BD women lost their first match of the five-match series against SA women.

Batting 1st: SA women racked up 251/3 off their allotted overs with opening batter Lizelle Lee making an aggressive 87 off 70 balls which included 6x4 and 7x6, she got good support from fellow opener Andrie Steyn, who made a gritty 68 off 128 balls. For the BD women, only Salma Khatun (2 for 30) and Nahida Akter (1 for 45) made the inroads....

Bangladesh replying, got off to a shaky start, lost wickets at regular intervals, and was way behind the required rate...an unbeaten 7th wicket partnership of 71 between 'keeper' Nigar Sultana(59 off 90 balls, 7x4,1x6) and Jahanara Alam(15 off 20 balls,2x4) took them to 165/6 off 50 overs...losing by 86 runs.

The next match is at Cox's Bazar on January 14th

All the matches will be played at Cox's Bazar
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Old January 13, 2017, 10:33 PM
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South Africa have won the toss and are going to bat first..

2nd ODI
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Old January 14, 2017, 07:22 AM
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A much closer second game


SOUTH AFRICA won by 17 runs

Batting first, they had a 115 run opening partnership between Lee and Steyn...but then BD kept taking wickets at regular intervals...bowling them out for 223- Lee 70, Steyn 66
Khadija Tul Kubra accounted for 4 SA wickets

BD in reply were 43/2, but a 127 run 3rd wicket partnership between Sharmin Akhter 74 and skipper Rumana Ahmed 68, took them to within reach of the target....a collapse would follow...Bd losing their next 5 wickets for 32 runs, then the overs expired.....

A commanding 2-0 lead for the Proteas
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Old January 17, 2017, 01:28 PM
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Bangladesh women registered their first win of the series in the 3rd ODI:

Summarized scores: BD women 136/10 in 49 overs, captain Rumana Ahmed top scoring with 28 off 48 balls(4x4), Sharmin Sultana and Wk Nigar Sultana both made 21 a piece. Bowling for SA, Marizanne Kapp with brilliant figures of 10-4-18-2 and Dane van Niekerk with 2/18 off 7 overs.

Only two batters from the SA got into double figures, Lizelle Lee continued her impressive form with the bat scoring 46 off 31 balls and captain Dane van Niekerk made an unbeaten 42 off 65 balls. Bowling for BD, Khadija Tul Kubra followed her 4 wicket haul in the previous match with another 4-wicket haul in this one, 10-1-33-4 and Jahanara Alam with good support, 7-3-21-2. SA women 126 all out in 31.2 overs lost by 10 runs.

They had all the time in the world to chase this target, but kept on losing wickets at regular intervals.

SA lead the series 2-1
4th match is tomorrow at 03:30GMT
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