With so much happening in women’s sport it can be difficult to keep track, but have no fear, we have you covered!

Here are some of the biggest stories that featured on gsport.co.za this week.

The Momentum Proteas qualified for the semi-final round of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, beating Pakistan by 17 runs in Sydney on Sunday, to remain unbeaten in Group B.

Springbok Women’s player, Kimico Manuel, chatted to gsport’s Celine Abrahams about her move to Sportclub Neuenheim in Germany and becoming the second South African female rugby player to sign a professional contract overseas.

Sisters Tamika and Bianca Haw coasted to a maiden Dusi Canoe Marathon title as the race came to a thrilling end at Blue Lagoon in Durban on Saturday, 29 February 2020.

Sarah Baum’s 2020 campaign has taken off with a flying start after securing another podium finish in her second World Surf League Qualifying Series event at the Mothernest Great Lakes ProQS at Boomerang Beach.

Top ranked golfer, Caitlyn Macnab, achieved a rare SA Amateur double winning the Aon Women’s South African Stroke Play Championships and Amateur Championships in the same calendar year.

Still on the subject of golf, Monique Smit edged out overnight leader, Sideri Vanova, to win her fourth Sunshine Ladies Tour title at the Joburg Ladies Open.


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Photo 1 Caption: The South African women’s national cricket team pictured singing the national anthem prior to their third ICC Women’s T20 World Cup match against Pakistan in Sydney, Australia, on Sunday, 1 March 2020. Photo: @OfficialCSA (Twitter)