That's all from me. Read the full match report here as Sri Lanka women beat South Africa women by 10 runs in their final Women's World Twenty20 match.
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Sri Lanka 114-7 (20 overs) - Atapattu 52, Kapp 2-17
South Africa 104-7 (20 overs) - Chetty 26, Prabobhani 2-13
A wonderful finish to the match as Prabodhani holds her nerve to hold on to a steepling catch from Chloe Tryon who goes for 11.
South Africa need 13 from six balls...
South Africa are running out of overs, but Sune Luus hits a four down the ground - they need 17 from the last 10 balls.
A key wicket for Sri Lanka as Lizelle Lee is caught by stand-in wicketkeeper Prasadani Weerakkody.
Lizelle Lee goes big and straight and it sails over the leaping long-off fielder for a six.
South Africa are still in this.
Don't forget, South Africa and Sri Lanka's male counterparts are playing later - TMS commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra from 14:45 BST, with in-play highlights and live text here on the website.
South Africa are in a spot of bother as Marizanne Kapp goes for 14. They need 41 from 26 balls and wickets are tumbling.
Good bowling from Sugandika Kumari as Dinesha Devnarain is trapped lbw.
Three wickets in eight balls for Sri Lanka as South Africa opener Trisha Chetty is out lbw to Eshani Lokusuriyage.
A breakthrough for Sri Lanka as they take two much-needed wickets in the 10th over. Dane van Niekerk is run out and captain Mignon du Preez is out lbw to Chamari Atapattu.
Opportunity for Sri Lanka...
Wide on the off side and it is easily run away fine for back-to-back boundaries by South Africa opener Trisha Chetty.
The South Africa total is climbing as Dane van Niekerk hits a huge blow over long-on.
A start positive start to South Africa's innings as Dane van Niekerk hits a boundary through extra cover in the opening over.
Sri Lanka's wickets continue to fall as Kathira Kanchana and Nipuni Hansika are both out lbw to Marizanne Kapp in the penultimate over of the Sri Lanka innings. They finish on 114-7.
The Sri Lankan wickets begin to tumble as the innings draws to a close, as Prasadani Weerakkody is caught by Dinesha Devnarain.
Sri Lanka finish on 114-7, mainly thanks to Chamari Atapattu's 52 from 49 balls.