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
Three matches into their ICC Women’s World Cup campaign, the Momentum Proteas have lived up to their billing as tournament favourites as they prepare to take on hosts New Zealand on Thursday.
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Rising Nigerian sport journalist, Ijeoma Okigbo, believes women who are currently moving into powerful roles in the sport broadcasting space are blazing a trail for the next generation.
The more we report on women’s sport, the more newsmakers we unearth as we unveil our second monthly intake heading into our fourth gsport Annual List event in December 2022.
‘World Boss’ Deandra Dottin in record-breaking mood at the Bullring although rain has the final say in the first Women’s ODI in Johannesburg. The second match is a day game and takes place on Monday at the same venue.
The ICC honours Lizelle Lee as its Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year, saying that the #MomentumProteas opening batter was in a league of her own this year, finishing as the highest run-scorer in 2021
Momentum Proteas international stars, Marizanne Kapp, Shabnim Ismail and Laura Wolvaardt, feature in the ICC T20I Team of the Year.
Cricket Scotland’s Rosy Ryan is paving a positive pathway for the development of the women’s side of the game through the CricHIT programme. She chats to Selina Munsamy about her aim to encourage more women and girls to get involved in the sport.
Momentum Proteas seasoned international, Lizelle Lee, makes shortlist in the ODI Player of the Year and Cricketer of the Year categories for the annual ICC Awards.
The Momentum Proteas will be looking to get off to a winning start when they face Bangladesh in their opening match of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup on the 5th of March 2022 at University Oval in Dunedin, New Zealand.