To win series against India Women is Massive Achievement
Graeme Smith a former South Africa skipper, and South African cricket commentator says, that to win against India Women is a greatest achievement.
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Strength to Strength
Graeme Smith feels that winning and achieving a series in India is a “greatest achievement” that cannot be forget. The former skipper added how the Indian Cricket women is growing from strength to strength.
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Congratulations to the Proteas for a fantastic series win in India. It is one of the most difficult places in the world to tour and for our players to go there and beat the hosts in their own back yard, with a match to spare is a massive achievement, which cannot be understated,” said Smith in CSA release.
“We have seen coach Hilton take his team to New Zealand last year and win a series. They followed that up by beating Pakistan at home in January and now they have gone to India and won a third ODI series in succession. It shows the immense growth of this team. They are really beginning to blossom at a time when the women’s game is also growing and we are extremely happy for them.” he added.
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CSA Acting Chief Executive Officer, Pholetsi Moseki
What a proud day it is for all South Africans. The Proteas have done a sterling job to beat India Women in India. To have done it in 2014 was an amazing feat, but then to come back and do it again a few years later is just an amazing achievement.
“We must also remember they are without their injured captain Dane van Niekerk, but in her absence we have seen others like stand-in captains Sune Luus and Laura Wolvaardt both shine. Lizelle Lee has been incredible with the bat and the support received from those around her like Lara Goodall, Mignon du Preez, and the bowlers is really commendable,” he added.