Senwes North West Dragons batter, Tazmin Brits, topped off her phenomenal season with a well-deserved recognition from club and country.
She picked up the Player of the Year and Batter of the Year awards for her exceptional performances with the Dragons, who retained their CSA Women’s One-Day title for the 2019/20 season.
Brits is also riding her own wave in the national set up, she recently received the CSA Women’s Provincial Cricketer of the Year Award in both limited overs, adding to her glistening trophy cabinet.
The South African is enjoying every moment in her career and to top it all off, she is reaping the rewards of all the hard work that she has put in over the years.
“It’s an honour to receive awards like these, especially after working so hard! It’s a great feeling knowing that the hard work is paying off.” Brits expressed to gsport’s Celine Abrahams.
“It has motivated me to want to reach and set higher goals.” – Senwes North West Dragons cricketer, Tazmin Brits.
Receiving the recognition is a major confidence boost for the 29-year-old with her sights set on bigger and better achievements in the coming seasons.
“This has made me believe that a person is capable of anything if you put your mind to it. It has motivated me to want to reach and set higher goals,” she concluded.
In her previous interview on gsport.co.za, Brits touched on her greatest ambition; to achieve the highest levels in her sporting career and be remembered as an athlete who made a difference in people’s lives. Ideals she is headed towards already.
Photo 1 Caption: Senwes North West Dragons cricketer, Tazmin Brits, topped off her phenomenal season with a well-deserved recognition from her club as she picked up the Player of the Year and Batter of the Year awards. She was also named the CSA Women’s Provincial Cricketer of the Year Award in both limited overs at the Cricket South Africa Awards virtual ceremony. Photo: Supplied (Tazmin Brits)