For the past 13 years, we have championed women’s sport in South Africa and achieved great results. This September, gsport took the bold move to spread its wings and fly.
I got onto a flight and headed to India to fly the flag for South African women’s cricket as the Proteas Women took on India in a T20i and ODI series in Surat and Baroda.
The trip gave gsport a bird’s eye view of how women’s cricket has grown from a South African perspective and how women’s cricket is so passionately supported in India.
While there, I also got the opportunity to interview – https://youtu.be/NirQ13YxHqA – a host of players for both gsport and rising women’s cricket initiative in India, Women’s Criczone.
Here’s a look at the interviews I did for gsport in India:
Mignon du Preez https://youtu.be/kC_f9LatJ_I
Nonkululeko Mlaba – https://youtu.be/xryalfl7oTE
Anneke Bosch – https://youtu.be/qTfQUENuMYQ
Lara Goodall – https://youtu.be/9DEP75g4hqI
Tumi Sekhukhune – https://youtu.be/EPLbH4lfh_E
Nondumiso Shangase – https://youtu.be/cWsumBFu14s
Sune Luus – https://youtu.be/NrY96RMuBMk
We are excited about telling the global women’s sport story and encourage women in sport from around the world to register a free membership on gsport.co.za and start telling your stories and inspiring the current and next generation.
Photo 1 Caption: gsport Founder and Editor, Kass Naidoo chats to Proteas Women all-rounder, Lizelle Lee during training on another sweltering day in Surat. Photo: Supplied