If you haven’t nominated anyone for the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards yet, we reveal an inspirational list of achievers that you may want to consider putting forward for recognition for #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Momentum Proteas’ Shabnim Ismail, Lizelle Lee and Suné Luus lead the Cricket South Africa Awards nominations list. The various winners, including the prestigious SA Women’s Player of the Year Award, will be named during a social media takeover at the end of May.
We kickstart our #FreedomMonth coverage with an exciting #gsportTop10 showcasing up and coming champions who are using their freedom to rise to put SA sport on the map. All ten recipients of this list are former gsport Award winners who have excelled locally and internationally across various sporting codes. #FreedomFriday
BREAKING!! Efforts to increase the coverage and support of women in sport is on the rise and making headlines as it reflects in an exceptional monthly edition of #GAL2021 Newsmakers. #GoGirls
Cricket South Africa praise the Momentum Proteas’ continuous success after receiving recognition from Minister Nathi Mthethwa at the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture’s Recognition of Sport Excellence Awards dinner
Momentum Proteas lose only two matches as they dominate India winning historic back to back series in the limited overs format to boost SA’s World Cup planning for the 2022 Women’s 50 Over World Cup and the 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup.
South Africa have played “fearless cricket” to win their first ever T20I series against India but the Momentum Proteas eye even greater success as the prospect of securing a series whitewash looms large
Regular Momentum Proteas captain, Dané van Niekerk, is incredibly proud of the team’s performances in India, drawing inspiration from her teammates as she recovers from a lower back injury.
The Momentum Proteas have the chance to close out India in the T20 International Series today as they look to convert their 1-0 lead into an unassailable series lead when the second match takes place at Ekana Stadium on Sunday, starting at 15:30 SA time.
Cricket South Africa increases women’s national contracts from 14 to 15 for the first time ever as rising star, Lara Goodall, is awarded a national contract.