EXCLUSIVE: Western Province Women win four out of four matches to top Pool A in the CSA 50 Over Women’s Provincial League after another sizzling week that has seen aspiring Proteas Women star with both and ball.
Regular Momentum Proteas captain, Dané van Niekerk, is incredibly proud of the team’s performances in India, drawing inspiration from her teammates as she recovers from a lower back injury.
EXCLUSIVE: Easterns are celebrating four wins in four matches in Pool D of the OfficialCSA Women’s Provincial 1-Day Competition while there are milestone performances from new names as leading provincial players look to catch the eye of national selectors. Scores courtesy: @PVMatch #GoGirls
Momentum Proteas teammates, Ayabonga Khaka and Suné Luus, will feature in this year’s edition of the Women’s T20 Challenge in UAE. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the official three teams that will take part in the competition from the 4th to the 9th of November. The BCCI announces squads for […]
Cricket SA calls up 21 top players to 5-day camp in Potchefstroom ahead of important international season
2020 Momentum gsport Awards double-finalist, Selina Munsamy, walked away with the Brand SA Supporter of the Award at #gsport15. She blogs about being a guest at the awards ceremony in 2017 to becoming a winner on the gsport stage.
Senwes North West Dragons batting star, Tazmin Brits, is reaping the rewards of her hard work as she topped off the season with the CSA Women’s Provincial Cricketer of the Year accolade. Her club also honoured her with Player of the Year and Batter of the Year awards.
Momentum Proteas star batter, Laura Wolvaardt, bagged 3 awards during Cricket South Africa’s virtual awards ceremony, earning the main prize – Women’s Cricketer of the Year. Teammates Shabmin Ismail, Mignon du Preez, Nonkululeko Mlaba and Tazmin Brits were also awarded for their efforts over the past season.
Central Gauteng Lions Cricket Administrator, Takatso Mkhwanazi, is playing a vital role in ensuring that schools from primary level invest in developing girl cricketers for the national team. She chats to gsport member, Selina Munsamy, about the challenges women’s cricket faces and her plans for the future.
Experienced national players, Lizelle Lee, Masabata Klaas and Tumi Sekhukhune, headline the Senwes Dragons Women’s squad for the 2020/2021 season.