Quinton de Kock and Aiden Markram paved the way for South Africa to claim their first Twenty20 series win since March 2019 as they held off West Indies to secure a 25-run victory.
Having decided to bat first in Grenada, Temba Bavuma’s side went on to seal a decisive triumph to round off a 3-2 series success.
De Kock’s 60 and Markram’s 70 set the tone as the tourists reached 168-4 from 20 overs.
It proved the difference, with Evin Lewis’ 52 not enough to inspire the Windies, who also lost the Test series against the Proteas 2-0.
South Africa could hardly have got off to a poorer start, however, with captain Bavuma dismissed on the third delivery of the day.
Yet thanks to the efforts of De Kock – who struck his third straight half-century – and Markram, the Proteas were on 128 by the time they next lost a wicket.
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Edited by Jesus Chan
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