Women’s World Cup: South Africa Defeated New Zealand by 2 Wickets

South Africa scored 229 for 8 wickets won the match against New Zealand 228 by two wickets on Thursday.

South Africa opener Laura Wolvaardt scored 67 runs to set the game for a successful chase for his team.

South Africa lost three wickets for nine runs in 27 balls, including both Wolvaardt and Luus, to leave it to the lower-order to finish the chase.

South Africa needed 59 runs off 59 balls when Luus was dismissed.

An outstanding performance by Marizanne Kapp made all the difference as South Africa extended their winning streak to four matches.

South Africa's attack found swing early and then took pace off the ball to prompt a lower order collapse.

Source: ESPN Cricinfo