The West Indies bounced back to win the third match of the ODI series against South Africa. The Proteas hold a 2-1 series lead, heading into the fourth match at Windsor Park on Sunday.
SA captain Mignon du Preez is confident that her team’s talent and skills will stand them in good stead against tough competition at the upcoming ICC Women’s World Cup India 2013
The Proteas have taken a two-nil lead over West Indies in their five-match series ahead of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013, which starts at the end of the month.
The Proteas easily beat hosts West Indies in their opening 2013 ODI fixture in St. Kitts and Nevis, on Monday, 7 January, 2013.
Cricket South Africa has welcomed back former Proteas women’s cricket captain Cri-Zelda Brits, who returns to the squad after taking a break from international cricket last year.
Top four Western Province v KZN Coastal; Northerns v Border in Strength v Strength fixtures to conclude the annual Cricket Week in Oudtshoorn, ahead of 2012 CSA U19 Girls Team announcement later today
Eight matches played on day two of the CSA U19 Girls Cricket Week in Oudtshoorn, with wins for Limpopo, Border, Western Province, Eastern Province, Free State, Northerns, Easterns and South Western Districts.
Tournament Director Sandy Flanagan was impressive with performances on the opening day of the 2012 CSA U19 Girls Cricket Week, taking place in Oudtshoorn from 15-19 December.
Surprises every year says 2012 CSA U19 Girls Week tournament director Sandy Flanagan, as the country’s best junior cricketers vie for places in the SA Under-19 team, set to play SWD in a limited overs match on 20 December
The Proteas women’s team has secured the services of former Indian captain Anjum Chopra as technical advisor in the build up to the 2013 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in India.
Griquas junior women’s cricket coach Hilton Moreeng has been rewarded for the good work he has done at provincial level by being appointed coach of the Proteas women’s cricket team.
Sport coordinator for Learners with Special Educational Needs (LSEN), Franciske Anneke Venter, has been named the KFC Mini-Cricket Coach of the Month for October. Venter, who has cerebral palsy, has been coaching since 2003.