5.40pm Phew. That's all from a day that produced 678 runs. A lot of frenzied typing, but it was fun all the way through. Do join us tomorrow for New Zealand v West Indies. Lots more happening around the cricket world too, including a much-anticipated Lord's Test and the final ODI between West Indies and India. We'll bring you all of it live and ball-by-ball, as always. Until then, goodbye!
Heather Knight: "Brilliant day, not a great day to be a bowler to be honest, but a great win. Sarah was outstanding as she was the other day, and brilliant from Tammy. We knew she was due for a score. The batting line-up is really firing, which is pleasing. Nice to have those players in form leading up to the back end of the tournament. We still have a lot to improve on, and a big game against the Aussies on Tuesday." Viewer question: How did you get to this level?: "We really worked on our batting, up-skilled ourselves, and worked very hard with the coaches."
Dane van Niekerk: "All credit to Tammy and Sarah. They batted us out of the game. Hindsight is always not the best thing to have. I would probably have bowled myself and Sune more, but credit to the English batters, we took too long to adapt to these conditions. If we really stuck to our plans and adapted quicker. We thought 280-300 would be a good score. We got past 300, which was great, but 370 was too big a score."
Sarah Taylor is the Player of the Match. No surprises there, she smashed 147 off 104, playing some astonishing shots all around the ground. "It was nice to get to fifty the other day and contribute today," she says. "Not sure how much the partnership was, but it was nice scoring runs with Tammy. The key is being patient. You get money for shots on these wickets, the outfield is quick, so you just need to stay in there. She's had some starts and we knew she was due for runs. It was nice to be out there with her. You want to contribute every match for this team, so looking forward to the next game."
5.35pm England have won by 68 runs. It's a big margin, but nowhere near as big as some may have feared when South Africa began their pursuit of 374. They were never really going to get there, but they've done extremely well to get past 300. No team has ever done that batting second before this, in women's ODIs.
A solid opening partnership between Lee and Wolvaardt, and some fireworks down the order from du Preez and especially Chloe Tryon, who blasted a 25-ball half-century. The big heroes of this game, though, are England's second-wicket pair of Tammy Beaumont and Sarah Taylor, who put on a World-Cup-record 275, which is also the second-highest partnership in the history of women's ODIs. A feast of runs, in short, for the spectators in Bristol.
Another left-hander, Moseline Daniels, in at No. 11. Hartley goes over the wicket.
Hartley to bowl the last over.
No matter where they finish, South Africa can feel proud of their chase. The highest-ever second-innings score in women's ODIs, win or lose, is 289.