The opening match between the Oval Invincibles and Manchester Originals has become the most watched women’s cricket match across both international and domestic in the UK with a peak audience of 1.95 million viewers #gsportGlobal
Champion wheelchair tennis star, Kgothatso Montjane and partner, Lucy Shuker, put up a strong fight to earn runner-up medals in the Wimbledon women’s doubles final #gsportGlobal
Long-serving Titans Cricket team manager, Karen Smithies, along with Xolile Mabuza, will be aiming to integrate a lot more women into the sport as they have been chosen for an International Cricket Council mentorship programme #GoGirls
Confirmation that the Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022 in Cape Town will take place next year from September, with the Imbokodo hosting automatic qualifiers, defending World Champions New Zealand, France, Australia and USA, and 11 regional qualifiers
Proteas women have the opportunity to emulate Shaun Pollock’s 1998 Commonwealth Games gold medallists as women’s cricket prepares for historic first ever Games participation and gets set to attract a brand new audience. #FreedomDay
Former England wicketkeeper, Sarah Taylor, is looking forward to returning to the field in The Hundred competition after retiring from international cricket in 2019
Explosive South African opener, Lizelle Lee, is the Number One Women’s ODI Batter in the world after displacing Tammy Beaumont at the top of the ICC Rankings. SA face India in the final ODI on Wednesday in Lucknow
Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer expresses satisfaction with strides being made by the national team players in their training camp as the countdown continues to the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand this September.
SPAR Proteas’ Lefébre Rademan catches the attention of England’s netball audience after debuting for London Pulse in the Vitality Netball Superleague.
Coach Lenise Marais is looking forward to this next challenge as the SA Hockey Association announces an 18-strong SA U21 squad, selected ahead of the African Hockey Qualifiers in Ghana in March. Photo: Supplied