Proteas headed to Women’s T20 World Cup final


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Women’s T20 World Cup hosts, South Africa, have beat England in a nail-biting semi-final match in Cape Town.

England were chasing the 165 runs set by the home side, but things started to fall apart soon after Nat Sciver-Brunt’s wicket fell for 40.

They then lost five wickets for 26 runs in just 22 balls.

In a post-game interview, Proteas’ Captain, Suné Luus, hailed England as a great team.

She also congratulated her side for continuing to make history through each match at the Women’s T20 World Cup.

Luus hopes that their victory over England is a turning point for women’s cricket and for women’s sport in general.

The Proteas face defending champions Australia in the final at Newlands this Sunday.


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