gsport Member Rachel Makhura blogs how it was the inclusion of strong legacy programmes by Netball SA that swayed the International Netball Federation to announce South Africa as host of the 2023 Netball World Cup.
Three ODI’s and five T20s at home against Pakistan is just what CSA ordered for the Proteas Women ahead of the 2019 ICC T20 World Cup in Australia, and 2021 ICC World Cup in New Zealand
Cricket SA gave the Proteas Women a rousing farewell on their way to the Caribbean to take on defending champions West Indies, England, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in the West Indies World T20
20-year-old Madibaz squash player Hayley Ward finished seventh in the World University Championships in England, an effort that helped team SA to 6th place in in the team competition in Birmingham.
A young and fighting SPAR Proteas went down 61-44 to the Australian Diamonds in their opening fixture of the 2018 Sanzea Netball Quad Series in Auckland, New Zealand this morning.
Cricket SA has announced the 14-player squad selected to represent SA away in the Caribbean in an 8-match one day series starting at the Kensington Oval on Sunday 16 September, and ending mid-October.
We’ve only had eight matches in Varsity Netball 2018, but already a number of competition and team records have been wiped out of the records books and replaced by 2018.
Momentum Proteas skipper Dané van Niekerk will lead a 15-woman squad in three ODIs and five T20i’s away in the West Indies early in October, which will include three new caps in Eastern’s cricketer Tumi Sekhukhune (pictured) who joins her Powerade National Academy fellow graduates Saarah Smith and Robin Searle on tour.
Spar Proteas head coach Norma Plumber views three key omissions as opportunities for new faces announced for the SA squad ahead of the Quad Series down-under against traditional netball leaders New Zealand, Australia and England
Coach Delport is disappointed with SA’s 14th-place result at the Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018, but noted the significant impact of newcomers Snenhlanhla Shozi, Kimico Manuel, Babalwa Latsha and Buhlebethu Sonamzi, who scored 8 of the team’s 9 tournament tries between them