West Indies put South Africa to the sword in the third match to level the T20i series 1-1. The five-match ODI series starts in Antigua on Tuesday – Can the #MomentumProteas bounce back?
South African International Cricketer, Mignon du Preez, joins Hobart Hurricanes from Melbourne Stars ahead of the seventh season of Women’s Big Bash League #gsportGlobal
A brilliant half century by Lizelle Lee led the Momentum Proteas to an emphatic 50-run victory over West Indies Women in the second Twenty20 International clash at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium on Thursday #GoGirls
Uganda Senior Women’s Cricket team head coach, Suraj Karavadra, is upbeat ahead of the epic 2021 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Africa qualifiers scheduled for September in Botswana #gsportAfrica #ChooseDay
Momentum Proteas team captain Dané van Niekerk and all-rounder Chloé Tryon make a welcome return to the national team as Cricket South Africa (CSA) announce an 18-player squad to the West Indies starting the end of August 2021 #GoGirls
Rwanda women’s cricket team are hoping to continue their form ahead of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Africa regional qualifiers that will take place in September in Gaborone, Botswana #gsportAfrica
Global cricket star, Shabnim Ismail, dominates CSA Awards with hat-trick of wins, and becomes only the third player to win the SA Women’s Cricket of the Year award more than once #GoGirls
Momentum Proteas’ Shabnim Ismail, Lizelle Lee and Suné Luus lead the Cricket South Africa Awards nominations list. The various winners, including the prestigious SA Women’s Player of the Year Award, will be named during a social media takeover at the end of May.
Proteas women have the opportunity to emulate Shaun Pollock’s 1998 Commonwealth Games gold medallists as women’s cricket prepares for historic first ever Games participation and gets set to attract a brand new audience. #FreedomDay
Momentum Proteas lose only two matches as they dominate India winning historic back to back series in the limited overs format to boost SA’s World Cup planning for the 2022 Women’s 50 Over World Cup and the 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup.
South Africa have played “fearless cricket” to win their first ever T20I series against India but the Momentum Proteas eye even greater success as the prospect of securing a series whitewash looms large
Regular Momentum Proteas captain, Dané van Niekerk, is incredibly proud of the team’s performances in India, drawing inspiration from her teammates as she recovers from a lower back injury.