West Indies beat the Proteas by two wickets in their opening Super Sixes match, dashing SA’s hopes of reaching the final, but Mignon du Preez and her charges are still eyeing a top four finish in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 in India.
Proteas in good shape to take on West Indies on Friday’s first of three ICC Womens’ World Cup ties also including powerhouse England on Sunday, and dynamic Sri Lanka on Wednesday
The Momentum Proteas have been lauded after they thrashed Pakistan to advance to the Super Sixes of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2013 in India. Marizanne Kapp scored her maiden ODI century and bagged three wickets to walk away with the Player of the Match Award.
Despite a brave effort, the Momentum Proteas went down to Australia in Cuttack on Sunday to record their second loss at the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2013. The Proteas need to beat Pakistan on Tuesday to advance to the Super Sixes.
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While recognising the enormity of the task, the Momentum SA Protea cricket team are focussed on upsetting Australia on Sunday, in their second group-stage fixture of the ICC Women’s World Cup India, after losing to New Zealand by 150 runs on Friday.
New Zealand got the better of the Momentum Proteas in their opening Women’s World Cup match in Cuttack today. South Africa face Australia in their second group game on Sunday.
Proteas face New Zealand’s White Ferns in their opening match of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 India, and while Coach Hilton Moreeng views the World Cup as the challenge of their lives, Momentum Proteas captain Mignon du Preez says team will focus on taking one match at a time
The Momentum Proteas begin their ICC Women’s World Cup campaign on Friday when they face New Zealand. Their final Group match against Pakistan on February 5 may prove decisive as both teams vie for the final Group B spot in the Super Sixes.
Bowlers paradise but Dané van Niekerk Momentum SA stands out with bat and ball as Proteas suffer 2-wicket loss to Sri Lanka, in their second and final warm-up ahead of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 in India
England beat the Momentum Proteas by 51 runs in the first warm-up match of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013. The Proteas play Sri Lanka in their second warm-up match on Tuesday.
The national women’s cricket team jetted off to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2013 today with confidence boosting news that Momentum will be the team’s official sponsor for the next six years.