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.
Noor Rhode (fourth from right, top row) wants to build the national Women’s Cricket Team to take on the world’s best at the ICC’s 2009 Women’s Cricket World Cup, in Australia. Coach of the South African Women’s Cricket team, Noor Rhode, is determined to bring stability to his team and build momentum ahead of the […]
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 […]
The convenor of the national selection panel, Geraldine Smith today announced South Africa’s Women’s squad which will participate in the ICC Women’s World Cup qualifier in Stellenbosch from 18 – 24 February, 2008.
A new chapter will be added to women’s cricket history tomorrow (Saturday,28 July 2007) when South Africa take on the Netherlands in a four-day one-off Test in Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam.
With their European tour just three months away, the South African Women’s cricket team today started their three-day training camp at the University of Pretoria’s High Performance Centre in preparation for the tour.
The final of the domestics women’s provincial cricket tournament has come down to a Western Cape derby, in a rematch of the 2005/06 final between the season’s Coastal League log leaders Boland, and runners-up Western Province.
On Saturday, Western Province will travel to meet Griqualand West in Kimberley, and take on the Free State women on Sunday in Bloemfontein in their third last One Day match of the season.
The South African Women’s cricket team are feeling on top of the world after completing their hat-trick of wins to take the five-match one-day series against Pakistan in fine fashion at Sinovich Park, Pretoria, on Wednesday.
SA Women take on Pakistan Women in the third One Day International cricket match between the two sides starting at 10am local time this morning, after easing to their second win on Monday, by 84 runs at the Harlequins Oval.