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Match 7: South Africa vs New Zealand | Women’s T20 World Cup 2023

Last updated on February 14th, 2023 at 04:21 pm

The seventh match of the ICC (International Cricket Council) Women’s World T20 2023 will be played between South Africa and New Zealand on February 13 at Boland Park in Paarl in the Western Cape province of South Africa.

South Africa women’s cricket team and New Zealand women’s cricket team will play their second match in the tournament. The two teams got off to a losing start in the competition. South Africa lost to Sri Lanka by three runs, while New Zealand suffered a 97-run defeat while playing against Australia.

The two teams will face each other in a group A encounter of the Women’s T20 World Cup. The match will be played at Boland Park in Paarl from 8:00 AM NZST (New Zealand Standard Time). 


South Africa: Sune Luus (Captain), Annerie Dercksen, Marizanne Kapp, Lara Goodall, Ayabonga Khaka, Chloe Tryon, Nadine de Klerk, Shabnim Ismail, Tazmin Brits, Masabata Klaas, Laura Wolvaardt, Sinalo Jafta, Nonkululeko Mlaba, Anneke Bosch, Delmi Tucker

New Zealand: Sophie Devine (Captain), Eden Carson, Lauren Down, Suzie Bates, Bernadine Bezuidenhout, Maddy Green, Brooke Halliday, Hayley Jensen, Fran Jonas, Amelia Kerr, Jess Kerr, Molly Penfold, Georgia Plimmer, Hannah Rowe, Lea Tahuhu

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South Africa Women vs New Zealand Women, Match 7, Group A, ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023

Date: February 13, 2022, Monday

Time: 7 PM local

Venue: Boland Park, Paarl

Weather report: The weather is expected to be hot. The temperature is expected to range between 18 and 33 degrees Celsius.

The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 will be played at three venues in South Africa. The final match is scheduled for February 26 at Newlands, Cape Town. 

Group A

Australia, Bangladesh, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka

Group B

England, India, Ireland, Pakistan, West Indies

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