ICC Awards Immediate ODI Status to 5 Associate Teams

ICC has awarded ODI status with immediate effect to Associate women’s teams from Netherlands, Papua New Guinea, Scotland, Thailand and the USA, with performances counting towards qualification for the 2025 World Cup. Photo: The ICC

ICC has awarded ODI status with immediate effect to Associate women’s teams from Netherlands, Papua New Guinea, Scotland, Thailand and the USA, with performances counting towards qualification for the 2025 World Cup

Celebrating Freedom Gains Since 2006

The distinguished guests who attended the launch of the gsport initiative, in Johannesburg on 1 August, 2006. Back row: Melinda Lombard, Zeena Isaacs and Nazli Thomas, (third row) Zelda van Vuuren, Cindy Grota, Marsha Marescia, Tinky Pringle, Karien Jonkheere, Liz Nicolau, (second row) Zai Khan, Hasina Kathrada, Siki Mgabadeli, Marjolein van der Stadt, Ruth Africa, (and front row) Leanne Manas, Kass Naidoo, Penny Heyns and Nothemba Madumo. Photo: gsport

In honour of #FreedomDay2022, we celebrate our democratic gains since 2006, and commit to continuing our daily work to close the visibility gap 🙌 #GoGirls #gsportAfrica #gsportGlobal

Lauren Agenbag to Umpire ICC World Cup Final

South African cricket umpire, Lauren Agenbag, is making strides globally as she will officiate the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup final between Australia and England on Sunday, 3 April 2022. Photo: Cricket South Africa (Twitter)

South African cricket umpire, Lauren Agenbag, is part of a first ever four-women match official line-up who will take charge of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup final between Australia and England on Sunday.
#SaturdaySmile

The Many Movements of Mignon du Preez

Experienced Momentum Proteas’ Mignon du Preez continues to play a vital role in the team’s ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup campaign in New Zealand. Photo: Mignon du Preez (Instagram)

#gsportGlobal correspondent, Ananya Upendran, blogs about experienced Momentum Proteas’ Mignon du Preez as the South African continues to play a vital role in the team’s ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup campaign in New Zealand.

Laura Wolvaardt Scales to ODI Batting Rankings Summit

Laura Wolvaardt of South Africa bats during the 2022 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and West Indies at Basin Reserve on March 24, 2022 in Wellington, New Zealand. Photo: ICC

South Africa opener, Laura Wolvaardt, has backed up her tremendous ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup to date by claiming the mantle as the top ranked ODI batter in the world.
#MomentumProteas #AlwaysRising #gsportGlobal

South Africa Clinch Thriller Over India

Momentum Proteas opener Laura Wolvaardt tracks a ball off her bat during the 2022 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup. Wolvaardt's 80 off 79 balls was South Africa's highest score in their final group-stage fixture against India at Hagley Oval in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Sunday, 27 March 2022. Photo: ICC/Getty

India crash out of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 as South Africa clinched a last-ball thriller with three wickets to spare.
#CWC22 #INDvSA #MomentumProteas #AlwaysRising