Leading Weekend Sports News 17 June 2019
In commemoration of Youth Day, gsport recently caught with a few women in sport who have special messages for the young women in South Africa.
The South African Schools Netball will host its opening ceremony on Sunday afternoon in Boksburg, as South Africa’s best U12’s to U18’s prepare for 2019 competition set to take place next week Monday.
Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer and his South Africa U20 Women’s counterpart, Laurian Johannes, got down to business this week for their tough international assignments with vital training camps in Pretoria and Stellenbosch respectively
The crushing moment China’s waves of attack managed to pick a gap through the resilient Banyana Banyana defence, forty minutes into the first half of South Africa’s second FIFA Women’s World Cup fixture, in Paris on Thursday, 13 June, 2019. Photo: Screengrab of the official FIFA match live broadcast on Youtube
The 2019 National Volleyball Women's League will feature the nation’s best six teams contesting the NVL Beach Volleyball league, and the best four gunning it out for the Indoor Volleyball league, from 15 June to 6 July at the Kempton Park Indoor Sports Hall
gsport blogger Sinethemba Mbatha recaps Groups E and F in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France
Banyana Banyana captain, Janine Van Wyk, quietly confident of victory as they look to redeem themselves in their second #FIFAWWC fixture against China on Thursday.