Team captain Vicki Traut was calm under pressure leading Western Province to victory over Gauteng to reclaim the SA Women’s Inter-Provincial Golf trophy at Rondebosch on Friday #GoGirls
There’s no better way to end off Women’s Month and Momentum’s #SheOwnsHerSuccess campaign than to celebrate the strides women have made in sport at the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards on Tuesday on SuperSport Variety 4 at 20:00 (CAT) #gsport16
Rising talent in cricket broadcasting, Lesego Pooe, dedicated administrator, Lali Stander and Wits University sports’ Nandi Buthelezi vie for the #gsport16 Woman in Social Media crown #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Reigning gsport Federation of the Year, Gymnastics South Africa, will go head to head with Cycling South Africa and GolfRSA for the 2021 Federation of the Year award at the 16th Momentum gsport Awards.
Double finalist, Kgothatso Montjane, leads the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards shortlist, as 60 finalists make the cut for South Africa’s longest-running women’s sport awards.
Isabella van Rooyen closed out victory in the Nomads SA Girl’s Rose Bowl Championship on Monday to secure her first national title and open the door to a new chapter in her young career.
South Africa’s top ranked golfer, Caitlyn Macnab, is the 12th woman to successfully defend her SA Amateur title, defeating Swellendam’s Megan Streicher in the final round.
Megan Streicher, South African Amateur Championships, Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club, SA Women’s Amateur, SA Stroke Play Championship, Lize-Marie Prinsloo, Mossel Bay, Demi Flanagan, Kyra van Kan, Cheslyn Jacobs, Samantha Whateley, South Africa, Caitlyn Macnab, GolfRSA, Kiera Floyd, Kaylah Williams, Kim Turgut, Pretoria Country Club, Bronwyn Leigh Doeg, Crystal Beukes, Oubaai, Jasmine Furstenburg, Cara Ford, Gabrielle Venter, Randpark, Eastern Province Border Championship, Larissa du Preez, Ebotse, Kaylan Boshof, Liezl Smit, Carmen Taljaard, Kamaya Moodliar, Umhlali, Shani Brynard, Elizabeth Lightley, Benoni Lake, Nicole Strydom, Lea van der Merwe, Tebogo Lefifi, Western Province, Zara le Keur, Royal Cape, Michelle Steyn, Heidi van der Berg, Lauren Clough, Zane Kleynhans, Centurion, Hanne Rademeyer, Chloe Malgas-Kelpin, Paola Sakota, Charlene Oosthuizen, Kaitlyn van de Vyver, Chloe Valkin, Kaylin van der Merwe, Mandie Badenhorst,
GolfRSA’s Samantha Whateley continues to lead the charge at SA Women’s Stroke Play Championship, recording the biggest win of her career on Monday.
Caitlyn Macnab has her eyes firmly set on defending her SA Amateur Championships title as the tournament at Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club starts today.