SA no.1 wheelchair tennis champ KG Montjane progresses to the Japan Open QuarterFinals after sweeping past American Dana Mathewson in three sets, in Iizuka on Thursday
Bloemfontein-based KPMG runner Kesa Molotsane held her advantage by recording a second consecutive 10km SPAR Women's Challenge win in Port Elizabeth.
Thalea Smidt of UWC during the 2016 Sasol Womens League National Championship match between Golden Ladies and UWC, at the D'Almeida Stadium in Western Cape on 9 December 2016. Photo: Samuel Shivambu/Backpagepix
SA’s number one women’s wheelchair tennis player Kgothatso ‘KG’ Montjane booked her spot in the semifinal of the SA Open, after a titanic battle to beat world no. 6 Sabine Ellerbrock at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium on Tuesday
Not a the best day for SA no.1 but KG Montjane survives a serious SA Wheelchair Tennis Open first round scare courtesy compatriot Mariska Venter to progress to the second round at Ellis Park in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
The World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series Qualifier final against Japan in Hong Kong was a bridge too far for a determined Bok Women’s Sevens Squad.
Tatjana Schoenmaker was the seniors highlight at the 2017 SA National Aquatic Championships in Durban as a slew of young stars qualify for the World Junior Champs
Bryanston golfer Kaiyuree Moodley claims the 2017 Nomads SA Girl’s Rose Bowl Championship in a come-from-behind performance in Durban on Tuesday