World no. 6 SPAR Protea National Netball Team lost their 3rd Quad Series fixture 53-62 to world no. 3 England after showing promise of an upset when they took the lead at half-time.
A fighting SPAR Proteas team have lost their third match in the Quad Series, to world number-three England, by a margin of 62-53. This is by far the SA team’s best performance in the series, after big losses to both Australia and New Zealand.
SARU has announced a squad of 12 to play in a Sevens tournament in China later month. This will serve as a warm up tournament for the SA women’s team in preparation for the first tournament of the inaugural World Sevens series that kicks off at the end of November in Dubai.
Gillian Curr Sanders is aiming for another top-10 finish, when she competes at the ITU World Triathlon Series in New Zealand this weekend.
Former Protea player Irene Van Dyk proves too strong for South Africa’s Adele Niemand, in the SPAR Proteas first match of the Quad Series on Sunday. Photo: Courtesy Netball Australia
The SA Sevens team will play in the inaugural IRB Women’s Sevens World Series. The first round will be in Dubai from 30 November to 1 December, 2012.
‘Biggest Challenge’ Quad Series featuring @SPARProteasNetballTeam vs hosts New Zealand and Australia and also including England to be televised on pay-channel Supersport
Vanes-Mari du Toit shares her journey from school girl athlete to the SPAR National Netball team. This proud South African is living her dream and making her mark.
World numbers 1, 2 and 3 on the cards as the Proteas prepare to depart for their toughest assignment of 2012, the Quad Series in Australia and New Zealand also featuring England
A delegation of netball officials have left for talks with their Australian counterparts as South Africa seeks guidance on relevant aspects of organising a professional netball league