Leg-spinner Luus runs through Ireland

23 March 2016 | Rob Barnett

Sune Luus claimed amazing figures of 5-8 from four overs as South Africa thrashed Ireland in the ICC Women’s World Twenty20.

The 20-year-old leg-spinner ripped through Ireland’s middle order, consigning them to a total of 89 for nine and defeat by 67 runs in Chennai

The Proteas, who now sit second in Group A after their first win, posted 156 for five thanks to a strong team batting effort, Trisha Chetty top-scoring with 35.

Ireland, having lost all three of their group games so far, cannot progress to the semi-finals.

Young spinner Sune Luus decimated Ireland's batting to give South Africa a first win of this Women's World Twenty20


Source: ECB

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