The South African women’s indoor hockey team made history with their 3-1 series victory over Switzerland over the weekend.
It is the first series victory over one of the top-10 world indoor nations with the Swiss ranked sevent.
The Spar Proteas clinched the series in the fourth of five matches with the hosts winning the final encounter on Sunday.
They stunned the Swiss in their opening match with a 5-1 victory on Thursday before winning the second match 3-2 on Friday.
A few hours later the two sides played to a 3-3 draw with the world’s 16th ranked team extending their unbeaten Test run to 28 matches.
They added one more victory to the impressive run with a 4-1 win on Sunday before the Swiss brought it to an end claiming a 4-1 victory.
Cindy Hack was one of the standouts for South African during the series scoring a total of five goals while Jessica O’Connor landed three shots into the back of the box.
South Africa travelled to Prague where they will go up against the Czech Republic, ranked fifth in the world, for two Tests before returning home.