Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars vice-captain Alex Blackwell spoke following Australia's six-wicket win against South Africa at Jamtha Stadium in Nagpur on Friday.
Blackwell (42*) shared a match-winning unbeaten 52-run stand with skipper Meg Lanning (30* from 19 balls) after Australia was reduced to 3/9 in the fourth over.
Jess Jonassen (16) rebuilt the innings with Blackwell before being stumped off the bowling of Dane van Niekerk to bring Lanning to the crease.
Australia reached 4/105, chasing down the winning total with nine balls to spare.
Earlier South Africa made 6/102 after winning the toss and electing to bat. Opener Dane van Niekerk (45) top-scored South Africa reaching 72 without loss in the 13th over.
But tight bowling from quicks Lauren Cheatle (2/13) and Ellyse Perry (2/13) combined with spinners Kristen Beams (1/18) and Erin Osborne to restrict South Africa to 6/102.
Media please note Australia will not train tomorrow.
Australia's next ICC Women's World T20 match is against the New Zealand White Ferns at Jamtha Stadium in Nagpur on Monday 21 March.
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