Shannon Landman-Kriel Leads the Way for Future Female Cricketers

For 26 years Shannon Landman-Kriel has dedicated her life to women’s cricket in South Africa and hopes to continue to champion the development of the sport, thus ensuring the ball and the bat reach more prospective players. Photo: Supplied

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.

Asnath Sebati Impacts Lives of Future Tennis Stars

Junior tennis coach, and women empowerment champion, Asnath Sebati, is using her experience to help develop more players for the future. She also tells to Celine Abrahams about the challenges of being a black woman in sport and shares her greatest ambitions.

Carmie Prinsloo’s Rising Athletics Star

Youth Olympian, Carmie Prinsloo, is steadily becoming a household name as the cross-country and track and field athlete has been dominating local races at junior level and competing on the global stage. Photo: Endurocad (Twitter)

Youth Olympian, Carmie Prinsloo, is steadily becoming a household name as the cross-country and track and field athlete dominates local and international races. She chats to Celine Abrahams about balancing education and athletics and lessons she has learnt along the way.

Sikholiwe Mdletshe Uses Sport to Change Lives

Kovsies Netball team captain, Sikholiwe Mdletshe, is eager to bridge the gap and deal with issues that young girls are facing in low income communities through her initiative, Girls Got Game. Photo: Sikholiwe Mdletshe Instagram

Kovsies Netball team captain, Sikholiwe Mdletshe, believes she can inspire young girls in underprivileged communities through her initiative, Girls Got Game. She also tells gsport Member, Mandisa Ntuli, about her netball journey and the support needed leading up to the 2023 Netball World Cup.