Rhodes University 1st Team player, Sinenjabulo Gogwana, has become the first woman to play in the USSA Cricket men’s tournament, after making her debut against the University of Fort Hare, taking 1/22 in six overs. #GoGirls
Nonkululeko Mlaba looks back with pride on a unique 2021 that has seen her further cement her place as an international cricketer for the Momentum Proteas heading into 2022 which features an ICC Women’s 50-over Cricket World Cup.
Momentum Proteas called up for an intensive 2-week national camp in Gqeberha ahead of an exciting season featuring the West Indies and an ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand
#gsport16 Woman in Social Media winner and #GAL2021 Social Media host, Lesego Pooe, is making great strides in her career as she aims to become a household name in cricket broadcasting
Inspirational Momentum Proteas captain and leader of the Oval Invincibles, Dané van Niekerk has been announced as gsport Newsmaker of the Year as a stellar gsport Annual List of recipients is unveiled in Johannesburg @Momentum_za TelkomZA @ArtsCulture @Brand_SA @MailandGuardian #NielsenSports
Momentum Proteas all-rounder, Marizanne Kapp, produces a matching winning performance to earn Player of the Final as Perth Scorchers claim their first-ever Women’s Big Bash League title on Saturday in Perth.
Lions U19 cricket player, Malikah Hamza, is looking forward to the U19 Girls Provincial Cricket Tournament set to take place in Paarl, Western Cape, from Saturday, 27 November 2021.
Momentum Proteas captain and Adelaide Strikers’ Dané van Niekerk, alongside team-mate Laura Wolvaardt, will face all-rounder, Marizanne Kapp of Perth Scorchers in the Women’s Big Bash League final on Saturday in Australia
CSA U19 and Kaizer Chiefs Reserve team physiotherapist, Phumzile Ngobese’s greatest ambition is to own a physiotherapy practice where she can assist in improving the quality of life through movement and exercise.
2021 Momentum gsport Awards recipients, Kgothatso Montjane and Tatjana Schoenmaker, stood out once again, winning at the recent Gauteng Sport Awards
A mixed squad featuring Momentum Proteas players and rising stars from the High-Performance set-up convened at the Cricket South Africa Centre of Excellence in Tshwane for a week-long training camp
Momentum Proteas and Perth Scorchers’ Marizanne Kapp is the first international player – and third overall – to take 100 Women’s Big Bash League wickets in Australia.