Nigeria Women Cricketers Earn National Contracts

Prominent women national team players sign contracts with the Nigeria Cricket Federation. Photo: Nigeria Cricket Federation (Facebook)

The Nigeria Cricket Federation awards contracts to prominent women national team players, with 18 players included in the first portion. A further 14 players will be added in the second phase from 1 July 2023.
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Katlego Setlhodi Aims to Progress to National Team

North West Dragons U19 bowler, Katlego Setlhodi, is putting in the hard yards as she aims to progress to the senior national women’s cricket team. Photo: Supplied

North West Dragons U19 bowler, Katlego Setlhodi, is putting in the hard yards as she aims to progress to the senior national women’s cricket team. She chats to Tlamelo Kganakga about drawing inspiration from Masabata Klaas and Tazmin Brits. #SundayRead

Tayla Kavanagh Inspired to Build on Early Career Success

South Africa’s new 10k champion, Tayla Kavanagh’s pace at the inaugural ABSA Durban 10k City Run set her apart from her more experienced senior athletics competitors. Photo: Tayla Kavanagh (Instagram)

All eyes are on South Africa’s new 10k champion, Tayla Kavanagh, as she aims to build on her early senior athletics career success and be the best version of herself. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her achievements and aspirations.

Semenya and Xaba Go Head-to-Head at ASA Champs

South Africa’s international athletic icon Caster Semenya has entered the 5000m women's race at the ASA Senior Track & Field and 20km Walk and Combined Events Championships, where she will go head-to-head with a field including defending champion, Glenrose Xaba, at the Tuks Athletics Stadium in Tshwane. Photo: Roger Sedres

The battle for the 5000m title between double Olympic champ Caster Semenya and defending champion Glenrose Xaba will headline the ASA Senior Track and Field champion in Tshwane starting Thursday.

Legendary Rocco Meiring Developing Future SA Swimming Stars

Tuks Swimming Head Coach, Rocco Meiring, is a force to be reckoned with as he has elevated the careers of local swimmers and vouches to continue playing his part to develop the next generation. Photo: TuksSport (Facebook)

Legendary South African swimming coach, Rocco Meiring, has over the years elevated the careers of local swimmers and is determined to produce the next generation, which currently includes champion swimmers Tatjana Schoenmaker and Kaylene Corbett. #BestMan