England’s Red Roses taking to claim to the inaugural WXV 1 title in New Zealand last weekend was built on solid wins over Australia before righting the scales with a resounding win over Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 champs the Black Ferns
Lee-Anne Pace wins third career playoff to claim the Cell C South African Women’s Open in front of an appreciative crowd at San Lameer Country Club
Top SA amateur Magda Kruger was buoyant after earning a share of the 1st round lead at the Sunshine Ladies Tour’s Sun International Challenge with pro golfer Tandi von Ruben at the Lost City Golf Course on Sunday
Kim Williams kicked off her pro career at the inaugural Chase to the Investec Cup at Houghton Golf Club on Thursday, when she carded a first-round 2-under par 70 to lead Holly Aitchison (ENG); Monique Smit and Caryn Louw by 1 shot
The Investec Cup for Ladies tournament which headlines the new Sunshine Ladies Tour, kicks off at the Hougton Golf Club on Valentines weekend, and promises R900,000 in prize money across 7 tournaments in 7 weeks along with co-sponsors Sun International, SuperSport, Dimension Data
Stacy Bregman and Lee-Anne Pace take South Africa to 13th place tied out of 19 teams contesting the 2013 Mission Hills World Ladies Champs in China earlier today, with Bregman satisfied with her 22nd-place finish in her first outing of the year.
Even-par Team SA watch the leaders increase the distance in round two at Mission Hills in tropical Hainan, southern China, on Friday, while Spain’s Carlota Ciganda breaks the course record after shooting a nine-under-par 63 to move from 26th position into the runners-up slot at the tournament’s halfway mark
Stacy Lee Bregman and Team SA partner Lee-Anne Pace did the country proud on Day 1 of the Mission Hills World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills in China, carding a 142 to finish joint fifth overnight with Norway, one better than defending champions China