Highveld Showers Spoil the Deandra Dottin Show

‘World Boss’ Deandra Dottin was in a record-breaking mood at the Bullring, although rain has the final say, washing away the tie for a ‘No Result’ in the first of four Women’s ODI in Johannesburg. Image: gsport

‘World Boss’ Deandra Dottin in record-breaking mood at the Bullring although rain has the final say in the first Women’s ODI in Johannesburg. The second match is a day game and takes place on Monday at the same venue.

Suné Luus to Captain Momentum Proteas vs West Indies

The Momentum Proteas team will be led by Suné Luus in the absence of injured captain Dané van Niekerk as the squad will take on the visiting West Indies in the upcoming One-Day International series between 28 January – 06 February in Johannesburg. Photo: T20 World Cup (Twitter)

The Momentum Proteas team will be led by Suné Luus in the absence of injured captain Dané van Niekerk as the squad will take on the visiting West Indies in the upcoming One-Day International series starting on Friday.
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Revised Fixtures Confirmed for West Indies Inbound ODI Tour

Momentum Proteas’ inbound tour against West Indies has received a revised scheduled, confirmed by Cricket South Africa on Wednesday, 5 January 2022. Photo: Cricket South Africa (Twitter)

Cricket South Africa has confirmed a revised scheduled for the Momentum Proteas’ home ODI series against West Indies starting on 25 January, ahead of the ICC Women’s World Cup in New Zealand this March
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West Indies Claim Consolation Win in Super Over

The Momentum Proteas ended their outstanding tour to the West Indies losing their dead-rubber last One Day International at Sir Viv Richards stadium on Sunday, 19 September 2021. Photo: Hilton Moreeng (Twitter)

The West Indies claim a consolation Super Over win in the final fixture as the Momentum Proteas win the One Day International series 4-1, at the Sir Viv Richards stadium in Antiqua on Sunday #gsportGlobal

Steyn Fires SA Women Emerging to Series Opener Victory

Handy contributions from team captain Andrie Steyn and the middle order helped South Africa Women Emerging side make a strong start to their five-match one-day series on their tour of Zimbabwe with a 32-run win in Bulawayo. Photo: Cricket South Africa (Twitter)

Handy contributions from team captain Andrie Steyn and the middle order helped South Africa Women Emerging side make a strong start to their five-match one-day series on their tour of Zimbabwe with a 32-run win in Bulawayo. #GoGirls