Zimbabwe and Ireland were the other two participants in the tournament.

The Indian women’s cricket team recorded 16 successive victories between February 2016 and May 2017, equalling the second longest-winning streak in Women’s ODIs. They smashed 358 in one match which is the highest total for India so far and the tenth-highest in women’s ODIs.

This tournament was also a good practice for the World Cup next month scheduled to be held in the UK. We can’t wait!

Brief scores: South Africa 156 all out in 40.2 overs (Luus 55; Goswami 3/22). India 160/2 in 33 overs (Poonam Raut 70 not out, Mithali Raj 62 not out).

Also read: What The 2016 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Means For Feminism