Meet Dr Johmari Logtenberg, the former South African women’s cricket vice-captain turned golfer, whose sporting career was agonisingly cut short, but her champion mentality has seen her rise up to become a leading chiropractic doctor.
Three Gauteng North players shined at the recent North West Championship, which was won by Kim Williams who played solid golf over 36-holes on the lengthened Orkney Golf Course, to taste her first victory of the season.
The South African national women’s cricket team after their comprehensive victory over Pakistan in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier, in Stellenbosch recently. Picture: Mouton van Zyl Wow, it’s been a wonderful two weeks – crazy but exciting on so many levels. I have just been appointed Commercial Manager for Cricket South Africa, an […]
South Africa will be led into battle by Cri-Zelda Brits (pictured batting against Pakistan in their 5-match home series in January, 2007), who is confident of a solid performance by her team in the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifiers, starting in Stellenbosch on Monday. Picture: Duif du Toit / Gallo Images National women’s cricket coach […]
Johmari Logtenberg has swapped her bat for a set of club as she pursues a new career in golf. gsport was surprised to learn that vice captain of the national women’s cricket team, Johmari Logtenberg, had decided to quit cricket to take up golf. This star all-rounder, who was chosen as our November […]
Updated Super Sixes and Shield competition details below In addition to Boland’s win over Free State in Kraaifontein on Saturday past ( (Click here to download the scoresheet) 11.54 Kb), two other Super Six matches also played out over the same weekend, with KwaZulu-Natal women gaining supremacy over Gauteng, and Border overcoming Northerns in Pretoria.
National cricket vice-captain Johmari Logtenberg has decided to quit cricket in favour of golf. The South African women’s cricket team is doing its best to focus on next month’s ICC World Cup qualifiers, despite a surprise decision by all-rounder and national vice-captain Johmari Logtenberg to quit cricket.
Cricket South Africa have called up an 18-woman squad to the High Performance Centre for a camp starting on Friday evening, in advance of selecting a 14-woman squad for the World Cup qualifiers in Pakistan in November.
Top South African cricketers, Johmari Logtenberg and Ashlyn Kilowan, have been nominated for the International Women’s Cricketer of the Year award after each full member country was allowed to put forward two names.
The South African women’s cricket team showed they have a lot to learn when it comes to Twenty20 cricket, after losing both their encounters against New Zealand and England A at Somerset County Cricket Ground yesterday.