Proteas in good shape to take on West Indies on Friday’s first of three ICC Womens’ World Cup ties also including powerhouse England on Sunday, and dynamic Sri Lanka on Wednesday
Bowlers paradise but Dané van Niekerk Momentum SA stands out with bat and ball as Proteas suffer 2-wicket loss to Sri Lanka, in their second and final warm-up ahead of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013 in India
England beat the Momentum Proteas by 51 runs in the first warm-up match of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013. The Proteas play Sri Lanka in their second warm-up match on Tuesday.
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.
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 ICC has marked 100-days to the Women’s World Cup India 2013. The event will be hosted in Mumbai from 31 January to 17 February 2013. Proteas captain Mignon du Perez is excited about her team’s chances.
Champion marathon athlete Gloria Baebo completed the fourth and final leg of Standard Chartered’s Greatest Race on Sunday in Hong Kong in a time of 2 hours 50 minutes.
Champion marathon athlete, Gloria Baebo, is to run the fourth and final leg of the world’s most lucrative athletics race in Hong Kong this Sunday (March 4).
Champion marathon athlete, Louisa Leballo, crossed the finish line in ninth position in a time of 3:12:28 at the third leg of Standard Chartered’s Greatest Race on Earth in Mumbai yesterday morning (Sunday, January 21).
Accomplished marathon athlete Louisa Leballo, the sixth woman home in last year’s Two Oceans Marathon, is to run the third leg of the world’s most lucrative athletics race in Mumbai this Sunday (January 21).