Ireland Women’s home series against South Africa- Match Details


The Ireland Women’s Cricket Board has finally revealed its 14-member playing XI against the South African women’s cricket team. The match between the two is going to be played from tomorrow i.e., June 3rd at Pembroke Cricket Club, Sandymount, Dublin. It will be a three-match T20I series followed by three-match ODI (One Day International) series between the two and will be part of the ICC Women’s Championship.

Cutting short the story to the main course, let’s have a look to both team’s Match schedule, Pitch report,s and playing XI from both the teams.

Ireland Playing XI Squad – Gaby Lewis (C), Rachel Delaney, Alana Dalzell, Georgina Dempsey, Shauna Kavanagh, Sarah Forbes, Arlene Kelly, Jane McGuire, Sophie MacMohan, Kate McEvoy, Leah Paul, Cara Murray, Celeste Raack, Mary Waldron.

South African Playing XI Squad – Sunne Luus, Tazmin Brits, Anneke Bosch, Trisha Chetty, Lara Goodall, Nadine De Klerk, Shabnim Ismail, Nonkululeko Mlaba, Ayabonga Khaka, Raisibe Ntozakhe, Andrie Steyn, Tumi Sekhukhune, Chloe Tryon, Laura Wolvaardt, Delmi Tucker

Three to five important players are missing out the above SA list as the wicket keeper Sinalo Jafta, the all-rounder Marizanne kapp and ICC’s women’s ODI cricketer of the year Lizelle lee are suffering and recuperating from respiratory illness. Whereas on the other hand, the seamer Masabatta Klaas, has been ruled out to injury in her right shoulder. Mignon du Preez, was the only player without any illness or injury but left out due to retirement from all formats of the international cricket.

Match Schedule

T20 Matches

  • Friday, 3rd June – 1st T20I – Ireland vs South Africa at Pembroke Cricket Club. Sandymount, Dublin
  • Monday, 6th June – 2nd T20I – Ireland vs South Africa at Pembroke Cricket Club. Sandymount, Dublin
  • Wednesday, 8th June – 3rd T20I – Ireland vs South Africa at Pembroke Cricket Club. Sandymount, Dublin

ODI Matches

  • Saturday, 11th June – Ireland vs South Africa at Clontarf, Dublin
  • Tuesday, 14th June – Ireland vs South Africa at Clontarf, Dublin
  • Friday, 17th June – Ireland vs South Africa at Clontarf, Dublin

 

Live Coverage

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  • Australia – The viewers from Australia can follow and enjoy the live match through Kayo Sports, Fox Sports, and Foxtel now.
  • New Zealand -The viewers from New Zealand can follow and enjoy the match between Ireland vs. South Africa (Women’s) through Sky Sports New Zealand, or talksport.

Pitch Report – The Pembroke Cricket Club’s pitch where the Irish and the proteas women’s team are going to clash tomorrow, seems to be a balanced surface and most probably the team winning the toss will opt for batting first. The pacers and spinner will have advantage in the initial and middle overs respectively however, the pitch seems fit for the batting side and some high scoring runs can be expected.

Weather Report – With 81 percent humidity, the temperature will be around 12 degree Celsius and wind speeds with 20 km/hr giving advantage to all the batswomen.

Its however, going to be an interesting match between Ireland vs. South Africa T20I/ODI series because both the team have a good record on the pitch. We wish luck to both the teams!!

 

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