South Africa secured its place at the ICC World Twenty20 2014 with a five-wicket victory over Pakistan in a play-off at the last event in Sri Lanka in 2012, after finishing fourth in Group B. Its one group stage victory, over host Sri Lanka, was its first at an ICC World Twenty20 tournament following winless appearances in 2009 and 2010. In October 2010, Shandre Fritz became only the second woman to score a century in a T20 International when she made 116 not out off 71 balls against Netherlands at Potchefstroom. South Africa has appeared in five ICC Women’s World Cup tournaments, reaching the semi-finals in 2000 and the Super Six stage in the most recent edition last year. Since that tournament, it has won ODI series against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka and also a tri-series (involving Pakistan and Ireland) title in Doha. In T20Is, it lost to West Indies but has beaten Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Most recently, it lost to Pakistan in the final of a tri-series also involving Ireland in Doha. Since the start of 2013, captain Mignon du Preez has been its leading T20 batter, with 305 runs at a strike-rate of 89.44 and its second leading 50-over batter with 515 runs at an average of 28.61.