Hollywoodbet KZN Coastal fast bowler, Nombulumko Baneti, says she is inspired by #MomentumProteas fast bowler Ayabonga Khaka, and wants to work hard to follow in her footsteps and become a global star
Kerrin Klaaste is awarded the South Western District Umpire of the Season accolade at the SWD Cricket Awards
Delmi Tucker receives her first ever call-up, while there are also a total of five changes to the Momentum Proteas World Cup playing fifteen as the national team prepare to tour Ireland.
Six Gun Grill Western Province batting all-rounder Delmari “Delmi” Tucker hopes to build on her recent call-ups to attend national training camps and feature for the SA Emerging side.
Following almost two weeks of laborious fitness and technical skills training, the Momentum Proteas are in the final stages of their national training camp alongside SA Emerging and High-Performance players in Tshwane.
Janet Mbabazi and Consy Aweko star for Uganda in their 12-run victory over Nepal in the first T20 match of their tour at the Tribhuvan University Cricket Ground in Kirtipur.
Star Momentum Proteas opening batter Laura Wolvaardt joins Suné Luus and Ayabonga Khaka for this year’s instalment of the Women’s T20 Challenge in India.
Momentum Proteas stand-in skipper Suné Luus scores winning runs as Tornadoes claim the inaugural FairBreak Invitational title, while Marizanne Kapp picks up the Player of the Match award.
Six-Gun Grill SWD rising star Micaela Andrews is honoured to be awarded the club’s Women’s Player of the Season, saying: “It is an honour and I thank GOD for blessing me with the talent to play this beautiful game.” #TBT
North West Province’s Tazmin Brits is grateful to be the latest Momentum Proteas player to be handed a maiden national contract for the 2022/23 season, saying: “It’s something you work for long towards and it actually paid off.” #GoGirls
History making #MomentumProteas star Ayabonga Khaka becomes the first player to bag a five wicket haul at the Fairbreak Invitational tournament in Dubai. #gsportGlobal
South African cricketer Robyn Searle is grateful for the latest developments in her career which has seen her display her talents at The Hills Cricket Club in Dublin, Ireland.