Surprises every year says 2012 CSA U19 Girls Week tournament director Sandy Flanagan, as the country’s best junior cricketers vie for places in the SA Under-19 team, set to play SWD in a limited overs match on 20 December
Eastern Province won both their matches against Boland and Western Province to go top of the West/East Cricket South Africa Women’s Provincial League. There were also wins for Northerns, KwaZulu Natal and Free State who top the central log.
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.
Suné Luus and Delmi Tucker were stars with both bat and ball, leading Northerns to a 40-run victory against rivals Gauteng in their first T20 match of Day Three at the Cricket SA National Girls Under-19 Week in Kimberley on Monday.
Bronwyn Sumption took a total of eight wickets and scored a century to hurtle Limpopo to a colossal triumph by an innings and 182 runs against Kei in the timed cricket format of the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Girls Under-19 National Week in Kimberley on Sunday.
Women’s cricket is going places in South Africa, and if Cricket South Africa (CSA) has its way, things should just get better and better. As a result of their outstanding performance at the ICC Challenge tournament in Potchefstroom last year, South Africa improved their international standing and are now ranked fifth in the world, behind the Big Four: England, New Zealand, India and Australia.
Western Province turned out in special form take the 2011 Kaplan Cup Inter-Provincial championship in East London on Friday by beating silver medalists Central Gauteng 5-0 and, in the process, conceding only 3 games to take the annual honours by a clear 17 points.
Central Gauteng closed their leaderboard position on day 4 of the Kaplan Inter-Provincial Championship in East London to a slim two points after beating Eastern Province 19-5, with match wins […]
Diana Argyle will relish her five-game win over Angie Clifton-Parks on Day 3 of the Kaplan Interprovincial Squash Championships contested in East London, a come-from-behind effort that saw her start slowly only to gain the upper hand after conceding the first two games.
Central Gauteng and Easterns registered comfortable wins over Northerns and Eastern Province, respectively, in the Women’s A Section on Day 2 of the Kaplan Interprovincial Squash Championships, at East London on Tuesday, after Western Province opened the tournament with a runaway win over Easterns on Monday.