Returning #ProteasWomen cricketers set both the CSA Women’s 50 over and T20 competitions alight with sparkling performances this past weekend
CSA Womens Provincial League
Hollywoodbets have further entrenched their role with the cricket union as they take on the title sponsorship of the KZN Coastal Women’s Provincial cricket team for the season starting this weekend
Nineteen-year-old Nonkululeko Mlaba is excited about her call-up to the Proteas team for the upcoming tour of India, pointing out that the new experience has brought about some nerves
South Africa’s provincial cricket teams are gearing up for the final fixtures of the year in the Cricket SA Women’s Provincial League.
A bumper women’s cricket season is planned in South Africa, as CSA secures much-needed game time for its emerging and top players.
As the 2012/13 season ends, Cricket SA looks for improved performances at provincial level, citing Western Province’s success as a result of a keen pursuit of team support, fitness and conditioning
South Africa’s top cricketers will feature in the final of the CSA Women’s Provincial League between Western Province and Gauteng at Bidvest Wanderers on Saturday, 13 April. Play starts at 9:45am
Defending champs Northerns beat old rivals Gauteng to qualify for the 2012/13 Cricket SA women’s domestic league semi-finals vs Western Province in Cape Town, while KwaZulu-Natal will take on Gauteng in Johannesburg on 6 April after ending the season comfortably on top of the Central Group
Cricket South Africa has welcomed back former Proteas women’s cricket captain Cri-Zelda Brits, who returns to the squad after taking a break from international cricket last year.
There were big wins for the top contenders at the start of the Cricket South Africa Women’s Provincial League this past weekend, with Gauteng winning two of their matches and SWD registering a 199-run victory over Kei.