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
Shabnim Ismail reaches rare milestone as Momentum Proteas bring out star power to beat Pakistan by 8 wickets in the opening T20I in Durban on Friday
Momentum commits to Proteas Women until 2023 in a move that is set to boost women’s cricket and encourage cricketers to shatter new barriers.
Zimbabwe Captain, Mary-Anne Musonda, is determined to play her part in turning things around for women’s cricket in Zimbabwe. Her dream is to lead the national team to a World Cup and to become one of the top 10 women’s players in the world
Cricket South Africa Media Manager, Sipokazi Sokanyile, is playing a significant role in the media game, which has seen her journey from intern to international media star. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her love for cricket and her passion to see women in sport thriving.
Springbok coach Stanley Raubenheimer singled out defensive errors in the team’s disappointing 47-5 loss to Scotland Women in the first of two tests at City Park Stadium in Cape Town
Springbok coach Stanley Raubenheimer expressed his disappointment after his ladies were beaten 29-12 against Spain in Despatch on Saturday afternoon
Proteas stand-in captain Sune Luus has spoken out about the team’s preparations for their tour of India, but most importantly talked about the growth of the women’s game over the past few years
Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer and his South Africa U20 Women’s counterpart, Laurian Johannes, got down to business this week for their tough international assignments with vital training camps in Pretoria and Stellenbosch respectively
SuperGroup South Africa Hockey Women sealed a series whitewash over Namibia at the Randburg Astro in Johannesburg on Saturday, the coach happy with the positive mindset ahead of the FIH Hockey Series Final in June.
Opportunities for young guns as club commitments prevent Banyana Banyana stars Leandra Smeda, Linda Motlhalo and Thembi Kgatlana from participating in the senior SA women’s football team’s final pre-World Cup friendly, against world champions USA in California.
Development is the focus as selectors name the SPAR South Africa indoor hockey squad to play two tests against international debutants Botswana, and five against Zimbabwe, at Danville Park Girls School starting 28 May.