The Springbok Women’s Sevens are taking confidence after their positive showing at the Dubai Sevens tournament, looking towards the future with confidence after picking up their first SVNS Series win against Spain on Sunday
South Africa will face Spain on Sunday in the 11th/12th playoff match, after the Springbok Women’s Sevens team weren’t able to get a win on Day 1 of the Dubai tournament, at the Sevens Stadium on Saturday
Asisipho Plaatjies says the Springbok Women’s Sevens team know they are in for a mammoth challenge, taking on the world for survival at the Dubai Sevens from 2-3 December.
Minister of Sport, Zizi Kodwa said that the Department of Sports, Arts, and Culture respects SAFA’s decision to withdraw it’s bid to host the 2027 Women’s World Cup, after deciding against putting together a “rushed presentation”
Springbok Women’s Sevens coach Renfred Dazel has named his team for the Dubai Sevens next weekend, and the team features a mix of experience with four new faces, the uncapped quartet looking forward to their turn to wear South Africa’s green and gold
Cricket South Africa has announced the official appointment of Laura Wolvaardt as captain of the Proteas Women for all three formats, along with the T20 International squad to face Bangladesh on home soil between 3-23 December
Telkom has been an important player in women’s sport for some time now, and the company’s investment shows results in their work to raise the bar from grass roots to the international level in their support for women’s sport
England’s Red Roses taking to claim to the inaugural WXV 1 title in New Zealand last weekend was built on solid wins over Australia before righting the scales with a resounding win over Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 champs the Black Ferns
gsport is delighted to announce the ten South African individuals and teams unveiled as its October’s Newsmakers, who now join those already in consideration for national acclaim at gsport’s year-end gsport Annual List, early in December.
The South Women’s netball coach Martha Mosoahle-Samm was nothing short of proud of her team as they sealed a fourth place finish at the FAST5 Netball World Series in Christchurch, New Zealand. South Africa lost in the bronze final to England but Mosoahle-Samm has commended her team for how they performed.
Australia have beaten New Zealand to defend their Netball Fast5 title, while the SA Women’s netball team finished fourth at the Christchurch Fast5 competition after losing to England, who won the bronze final in Christchurch, New Zealand on Sunday
South Africa endured a mixed bag of results at the Christchurch Fast5 event. They started of the day with a loss to England, they then narrowly lost to current champions Australia but managed to end the day on a high with a solid win over Jamaica