The South African women’s cricket team have beaten Pakistan by 98 runs in the first one day international in Laudium.
Talented Western Province all-rounder, Shandre Fritz, admits she was surprised when she heard she had been appointed new national women’s cricket captain.
Twenty-one-year-old Shandre Fritz from Western Province was today named as captain of the South African women’s cricket team to play Pakistan in five One-Day International matches in South Africa in January next year.
For nearly a quarter of a century, Bakers Biscuits have thrown their weight behind cricket development – giving thousands of South African children the opportunity to fall in love with the great game, and make it their sport of choice.
An exciting 18 months lie ahead for women’s cricket in South Africa, as officials strive to rebuild the game which has suffered many setbacks over the past few years, due mainly to a lack of financial support.
Kwa-Zulu Natal women’s cricket captain, Johmari Logtenberg, is a born achiever, with big dreams. She fell in love with cricket at the age of seven, and has blossomed into a talented batswoman, capable of destroying any bowling attack. Joey, as she is known to her friends, models herself on South Africa’s premier batsman, Jacques Kallis, […]