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Women cricket: India beat South Africa by 7 wickets in first T-20

All India Radio Tuesday, 13 February 2018
Women cricket: India beat South Africa by 7 wickets in first T-2013 Feb 2018Indian Women have won the opening encounter of the five-match Twenty20 series against South Africa by seven wickets. At Potchefstroom today, India overhauled the victory target of 165 runs by scoring 168 for three in 18.5 overs.
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