Deputy Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Ms Nocawe Mafu, shows her support for the #ProteasWomen squad as the team sets out to bring the ICC Women’s #T20WorldCup home
A bumper women’s cricket season is planned in South Africa, as CSA secures much-needed game time for its emerging and top players.
Cricket SA seeks growth as its sends a mix of youth and experience in 12-member Emerging Women’s squad to Zimbabwe for T20 and ODI series from 21 May
As the 2012/13 season ends, Cricket SA looks for improved performances at provincial level, citing Western Province’s success as a result of a keen pursuit of team support, fitness and conditioning
Convincing wins by Gauteng over KwaZulu-Natal and Western Province over Northerns earn them the right to contest the 2012/13 Cricket SA Women’s League Final at the Wanderers Stadium in Joburg from 09h45 on Saturday
Shabnim Ismail, who missed the recent tour to the West Indies, because of work commitments, returns to the South African squad for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, which gets underway at the end of January.
The Proteas women’s team has secured the services of former Indian captain Anjum Chopra as technical advisor in the build up to the 2013 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in India.
Griquas junior women’s cricket coach Hilton Moreeng has been rewarded for the good work he has done at provincial level by being appointed coach of the Proteas women’s cricket team.
The Proteas are looking to do better at next year’s ODI World Cup in India after finishing sixth at the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka.
Cricket SA announces its 18-strong training squad to prepare for the ICC Women’s World T20 in Sri Lanka this September