Laura Wolvaardt scored her maiden century while Sune Luus picked her second five-wicket haul in three games as South Africa Women defeated Ireland Women by 67 runs in the third One-Day International in Dublin to take a 3-0 lead in the series.
Mignon du Preez struck an unbeaten ton as South Africa Women bowled Ireland Women out for 204 runs after setting a target of 273, to take a 2-0 lead in the four-match series with a 68-run victory in the second One-Day International in Dublin.
Sune Luus hit a fifty and followed it up with a six-wicket haul as South Africa Women posted a total of 283 for seven and secured an 89-run victory over Ireland Women in the first One-Day International in Dublin.
Ireland Women successfully defended a target of 116 runs and bowled South Africa Women out for 95 runs in 19.3 overs to secure a 20-run win in the second Twenty20 International in Dublin, which drew the two-match series 1-1.
A fifty from Mignon du Preez and an unbeaten cameo from Dinesha Devnarain helped South Africa Women chase a target of 141 runs in a last-ball thriller and beat Ireland Women by four wickets in the first Twenty20 International in Dublin.
Dinesha Devnarain will captain South Africa Women on their tour of Ireland in August as four players - including new skipper Dane van Niekerk - are unavailable due to their participation in the Kia Women's Super League.
Bisma Ahmed reports from Harare, where cricket continues as normal despite significant political unrest in the country as Zimbabwe prepare to host New Zealand - with the tour set to go ahead as scheduled.
After beating West Indies in the final of the recently concluded tri-series, Australia have managed to retain their position at the top of the ICC One-Day International Team Rankings despite losing a point.
A 156-run stand for the fifth wicket between Darren Bravo and Kieron Pollard laid the platform for West Indies' 100-run victory over South Africa in the ninth match of the tri-series in Barbados which ensured them a spot in the final along with Australia.