Bangladesh Emerging Women cricket team have won three matches in a row to seal the five-match ODI series against South Africa Emerging Women.
Bangladesh won the third match on Thursday by six wickets at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium.
The visitors won the toss and opted to bat first, but they failed to put up a good batting display and were bundled out for 92 runs.
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Ritu Mon, Nahida Akter and Rabeya of Bangladesh Emerging Women were fantastic with the ball, bagging three wickets each.
For South Africa, Anneke Bosch scored 30 runs while Andrie Steyn, Michaela Andrews scored 19 and 18.
In reply, Murshida Khatun scored the highest 46 runs for Bangladesh while Farjana Haque Pinky and Nigar Sultana Joty scored 13 and 16 to lead the team to a third consecutive win.
Earlier, Bangladesh won the first match of the series by 54 runs and the second one by seven wickets.
The fourth and fifth match of the series will take place on April 11 and 13 at the same venue.