Luus the most impressive as six centuries herald the final round of matches for 2013 in Cricket SA’s Provincial League
Unbeaten West Coast ease past East Coast to take top honours at the Cricket South Africa Women’s Super Fours T20 champs, as Highveld prevails over Central to conclude the tournament at the Diamond Oval in Kimberley
Top cricketers Shandré Fritz, Alexis le Breton, Mignon du Preez, Suné Luus and Dané van Niekerk star on Day 1 of the Cricket South Africa Women’s Super Fours T20 tournament, at the Diamond Oval in Kimberley
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.
Playing away under fair conditions at the University of the Western Cape, Boland once again proved the cricketing power they are, after they beat Western Province by 6 wickets to claim another bonus-point win on Sunday.
Dates and venues for the 2007 Ladies African Tour (previously known as the Nedbank Women’s Golf Tour) have been finalised, and include four events on the Highveld, and two at the Durban Country Club, in KwaZulu Natal.
In Thursday evening’s showcase game, Southern Gauteng went 1-0 ahead against North West, before unseasonal Highveld lightning and showers brought the match to a premature end in the second half.