Bangladesh Emerging Women team captain and wicketkeeper-batter Nigar Sultana Joty hit her second 100 in the five-match ODI against South Africa Sunday to guide her team to a 110-run win.
It was the fourth win for Bangladesh Emerging Women in the five-match series. Bangladesh won the toss and opted to bat first on Sunday's game in Sylhet.
They lost the first wicket for just 16 runs. But in the second wicket stand, Murshida Khatun and Sharmin Sultana added 82 runs.
Murshida was dismissed for 41, but Nigar stood tall at one end of the wicket.
In the fourth wicket stand, Nigar and Sobhana Mostary added 97 runs, which helped Bangladesh emerging team to post 236 runs for four wickets in 50 overs. Nigar remained unbeaten for 101 off 132 balls.
For South Africa, Michaela Andrews, Nobulumko Baneti and Leah Jones took one wicket each.
In reply, South Africa were bundled out for 126 in 46.5 overs with Anneke Bosch hitting the highest individual score of 63 for them.
For Bangladesh, Fahima Khatun bagged four wickets for 29 runs in 9.5 overs while Salma Khatun took two wickets conceding 19 runs in 10 overs.
The fifth and final match of the series is slated to be played on April 13 at the same venue.
Bangladesh won the opening game of the event by 54 runs and the second one by seven wickets before sealing the series in the third game with a six-wicket win.