The Momentum Proteas will don their black kit to act against the scourge of violence against women and children in South Africa in the second ODI match against Pakistan Women on Saturday.
An excellent bowling attack spearheaded by Shabnim Ismail and debutant Nonkululeko Mlaba topped solid batting contributions by Laura Wolvaardt and Marizanne Kapp to put Momentum Proteas in driving seat against visitors Pakistan
Momentum Proteas captain, Suné Luus, believes the Momentum Proteas team are ready to stamp their authority on Pakistan Women as the first of the three-match ODI series begins on Wednesday morning.
Momentum Proteas’ international stars Marizanne Kapp and Lizelle Lee among four South Africans taking part in this year’s edition of England’s The Hundred competition.
Rising South African cricket player Gandhi Jafta dreams of turning out in national colours for the Momentum Proteas.
Northerns all-rounder Suné Luus takes up the captain’s armband as Cricket South Africa announces 18-player squad to take on Pakistan in the three One Day Internationals and three T20 matches.
Momentum Proteas Team Manager, Sedibu Mohlaba, has walked a long journey in sport and continues to play his part by positively impacting the women’s game, with the hopes of seeing the national women’s team win an ICC World Cup title.
Momentum Proteas youngsters Faye Tunnicliffe and Nondumiso Shangase are eager to make their mark for South Africa when the national team takes on Pakistan during their home tour starting in Durban
Cricket SA Women’s U19 and Women’s National Academy coach, Dinesha Devnarain, believes that the Momentum Proteas team’s objectives in preparing for their home tour against Pakistan have been achieved.
Skipper Dané van Niekerk and Cloe Tryon miss out as head coach Moreeng readies the Momentum Proteas for six-match limited overs series against visitors Pakistan
Multiple South African sports federations issue provisions for the regulation of in-person athletic activities to combat the spread of COVID19
Cricket South Africa implements time and venue changes for the upcoming Pakistan Women inbound tour to begin later in January in Durban.