Historic partnership between leading sports betting operator, Hollywoodbets, and SAFA will see homegrown women football stars have the opportunity to reach new heights with the launch of the Hollywoodbets Super League. The winner of this year’s league will walk away with a R2 million prize cheque #GoGirls
Moments in Sport
Lee-Anne Pace was the home heroine once again as she clinched a record fourth Investec South African Women’s Open title, carding a final round of 72 for a one-shot win over Germany’s Leonie Harm on Sunday. #GoGirls
Tuks athlete Phindile Kubheka smashes the field to win the USSA women’s 100m title in a time of 11.68. There were also winning performances from Justine Palframan, Prudence Sekgodiso, Zeney van der Walt and Patience Ntshingila. #GoGirls
South African 400m hurdles specialist, Wenda Nel, posted the second-fastest world leading and Olympic qualifying time on Saturday, at the ACNW Open Meeting in Potchefstroom #GoGirls
Olympic great, Usain Bolt, hails newly crowned Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year Naomi Osaka while Lifetime Achievement Award winner Billie Jean King says she is not done yet. #Laureus21 #SaturdaySmile
Mel Jones, Zainab Abbas and Lisa Sthalekar laud new Pakistan Cricket Board Policy which puts families first and empowers women to return to the game after pregnancy. #gsportGlobal
Champion para-athlete, Maria Combrink, set a new World Record in the Women’s F64 Shot-Put event at the recently concluded Toyota SASAPD Championships and is looking forward to building on her success. #GoGirls #ParaSport
The launch of the MTC Nambia Netball Premier League forms part of a N$4,8 million sponsorship over three years to establish a professional set-up that will incorporate all the regions in the country. #AfricaFocus #GoGirls
Momentum Proteas’ Marizanne Kapp feels honoured to be named ICC’s world’s best Women’s ODI All-Rounder and is looking forward to using her international experience to help the national team lift a World Cup trophy. #GoGirls
Six-time cycling champion, Robyn de Groot, displays outstanding sportsmanship after SA Cross-Country Marathon disqualification and promises to come back with more hunger, determination and bigger dreams #MondayMotivation #GoGirls!
Yolande de Villiers has bounced back from serious injury to claim top honours at the South African Cross-Country Marathon Championships, while misfortune sees initial winner and six-time champion Robyn de Groot disqualified.
Star Boxer athlete, Glenrose Xaba, retains the women’s SA Half Marathon title in Gqerberha and believes her times will only improve as the season progresses #GoGirls