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South Africa Women registered an 18-run win in the second T20I against Pakistan in Durban on Sunday.

The hosts
have an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series with the dead rubber
fixture to be played on February 3 at the same venue.

Being sent to bat first, the Proteas managed 133-5, thanks to a half-century by Tazmin Brits. Her 66-run knock came off 58 deliveries and included eight boundaries and a maximum.

Mignon du Preez and Laura Wolvaardt made 15 and 13 respectively.

For Pakistan,
Anam Amin bagged two wickets.

Related: South Africa Women defeat Pakistan in first T20I

In reply,
Aliya Riaz’s side was restricted to 115-7 thanks to a five-wicket haul by
Shabnim Ismail.

The captain hit three fours and a six on her way to 40-ball 39 whereas Ayesha Naseem made 33 from 22 deliveries with two boundaries and a maximum to her name.

Kainat Imtiaz scored 26 from 31 balls after hitting two fours.

The Proteas pacer returned with sublime figures of 5-12 in four overs.

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Abdul Gh Lone