For over two decades, Shannon Landman-Kriel, has played a significant role in the development of future female South African cricketers through her involvement with Central Gauteng Lions and the Wanderers Club. The former cricketer reflects on her journey and the progress, or lack thereof, in the women’s game.
The South African women’s cricket team have returned from a bruising tour of England where they failed to win a match. It’s easy to get despondent but it was always going to be a challenging tour, considering that the English are currently the top women’s cricket side in the world, and they’re playing some of […]
South Africa‘s qualification for the 2009 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup has put everyone involved in the administration of women’s cricket in top spirits and has reignited the passion to rebuild the women’s game in our country, and unearth talent in all parts of SA.
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 […]
National Captain Cri-Zelda Brits has been confirmed to lead South Africa in the ICC World Cup Qualifier, which has been moved from Pakistan to Stellenbosch following security concerns. The ICC today announced that the Women’s World Cup Qualifier event, scheduled to be staged in Lahore, Pakistan from 18-24 February 2008, will now take place in […]
The ICC has announced the postponement of upcoming Women’s World Cup Qualifier event, scheduled to be staged in Lahore, Pakistan from 19 – 25 November 2007.
Okay, so their victories didn’t come against top class opposition, but the South African women’s cricket team can be proud of their efforts on their recent European tour, which provided a welcome opportunity to test themselves against international opposition.
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.
Okay, so you want to bat like Jacques Kallis, bowl like Makhaya Ntini, and field like AB. What are you waiting for? There is no better time than summer to learn how to play cricket; on the beach, in your backyard, or during the lunch break at a Test Match. Former South African international […]
The South African national women’s cricket team must play international cricket more regularly if they are to challenge the top four teams in the world.