DP World and Western Province Claim Early Wins at T20 Season Openers

A crucial partnership for the third wicket between Sunette Viljoen-Louw and Kristie Thomson saw the Lions batters seal an emphatic win against Fidelity Titans at the DP World Wanderers Stadium, in Johannesburg, on Sunday, 1 October, 2023. Photo: Sarah Nettleton / DP World Lions on Instagram

Defending champions DP World Lions and last year’s runner’s up Western Province opened their accounts for the 2023/24 CSA Women’s T20 Challenge (Division One) with respective seven-wicket victories against the Recon Tactical Free State and the Hollywoodbets Dolphins

New Zealand Rise to Classy ODI Win in Durban

The Proteas Women celebrate a match highlight during the third ODI in Durban on Sunday. New Zealand’s White Ferns raised their game and, having put SA in to bat after winning the toss on a cloudy early morning, steadily moved to victory under the guidance of an inspiring innings 100 not-out innings by Amelia Kerr, wining the fixture by 6 wickets to avoid a white-wash series loss to South Africa, who took the laurels 2-1. Photo: Cricket SA on X 

In a thrilling finale to an electrifying series, the Proteas Women lost to New Zealand Women in the 3rd ODI, but clinched the series 2-1. Amelia Kerr’s unbeaten century was the End GBV-themed #BlackDay highlight, steering New Zealand to a 6-wicket win.

The Proteas Women Eye Whitewash against New Zealand

In anticipation of donning South Africa’s green and gold in her 100th ODI at Cricket South Africa’s series-concluding End-GBV #BlackDay match of New Zealand’s tour in South Africa, Chloe Tryon is confident of a series whitewash if South Africa stick to the basics. Photo: Chloe Tryon on Instagram

The #ProteasWomen are on a roll! Can they secure a three-nil series sweep against New Zealand in the final ODI this Sunday in Durban? 🇿🇦💪 Don’t miss out on the action! Wear black, join the stand against violence. #BlackDay

Saturday Thrills in HWBSL Before Sunday’s Safety Concerns

The University of the Western Cape, currently leading the Hollywoodbets Super League standings, extended their impressive winning streak with a 2-0 victory over First Touch Ladies in Polokwane. Photo: Supplied

In a thrilling series of Hollywoodbets Super League matches on Saturday, the University of the Western Cape continued to dominate, claiming an away victory over First Touch Ladies, Ma-indies Ladies battled against UJ FC, Copperbelt Ladies triumphed over Coal City Wizards, JVW FC edged out the University of Pretoria, and Richmond United Ladies faced off in a high-scoring draw with Thunderbirds FC.