The FIFA FIFA Women’s World Cup has doubled in participation and exploded in popularity since its launch in 1991, and gsport member Sinethemba dives into some of the tournament’s glowing highlights as she builds towards this year’s burning question: Who will be the Star of the 2019 Women’s World Cup?
Sinethemba writes: If you have been wondering what inspired the official poster of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, then this article is for you! – “Our goal is to keep you updated about every detail of this magnificent women’s tournament”
SA Fed Cup captain announces 5-year plan to develop and improve women’s tennis as junior Makayla Loubser gets debut call-up
Sun International Ladies Challenge champion Ashleigh Buhai earned her second Sunshine Ladies Tour title of the season on Thursday after laying down a flawless final 9, having placed herself within one shot of young pros Bonita Bredenhann and Lejan Lewthwaite.
Ashleigh Buhai and Tandi von Ruben in the chase as Namibian Bonita Bredenhann leads Serengeti golfer Lejan Lewthwaite into the final round of the Sun International Ladies Challenge
A white Christmas is on the cards for Bok Rugby’s flyhalf Zandile Nojoko and flank Vuyolwethu Vazi, who join English club Thurrock in Essex on a 4-month exchange programme
Michaela Fletcher and Cara Gorlei combined for an opening two-under-par 142 for Team South Africa in the first round of the Espirito Santo Trophy, at the World Amateur Team Championships in Japan on Wednesday
Lee-Anne Pace and defending champ Norway’s Marianne Skarpnord will lead a strong field at the €320,000 (R4.55m) Cell C SA Women’s Open at the San Lameer Country Club in October
Ladies European Tour professionals Laurette Maritz and Ashleigh Simon share the first round lead at the Chase to the Investec Cup for Ladies Blue Valley Golf and Country Estate on Thursday, in the field’s final opportunity to quality for the the R300,000 season-finale
Stacy Bregman and Lee-Anne Pace take South Africa to 13th place tied out of 19 teams contesting the 2013 Mission Hills World Ladies Champs in China earlier today, with Bregman satisfied with her 22nd-place finish in her first outing of the year.