Issy Wong hits timber to bag maiden international wicket

Wong

Aryan Surana

The first session of the match belongs to England. Electing to bowl first, the hosts struck early by getting Andrie Steyn's wicket. And although South Africa tried to rebuild after the first wicket, England hit back with a few more scalps. From 38/1 – South Africa crashed to 45/4 as the hosts had them by the scruff of their neck. Their captain Sune Luus has tried to be positive and along with Marizanne Kapp, she is trying to stabilize the ship. They have added 38 runs so far, and it will be interesting to see how many more the pair adds after the lunch break.