Two-time wheelchair tennis grand slam champion Kgothatso Montjane has clinched the women’s doubles title at the Victorian Open in Victoria, Australia. The tune-up event ahead of the first slam of the year will be a confidence boost for Montjane
We kick off 2024 with the first intake for the gsport Annual List – #GAL2024 – with ten of the best athletic performances, whether by a team or by an individual, drawn from news reports in the gsport Newsroom for the months of November and December 2024.
The 2024 Sunshine Ladies Tour promises one of its most inclusive seasons in history, with nine tournaments running from February to April 2024 including live coverage on SuperSport.
Having been rated as reaching a 1 billion-strong global audience in 2023, the WTA makes a strong case for its pre-eminent position in the passage of girls and women being accepted on equal footing as profesional athletes ahead of an exciting 2024 calendar
International cyclist Tiffany Keep is benefitting after a leap of faith allowed her to realise professional firsts in 2023, and she believes the platform she’s laid will allow her greater opportunities to qualify for Paris 2024 among with other career goals
Player of the Series Laura Wolvaardt and Player of the Match Tazmin Brits combined for the Proteas Women’s highest-ever first-wicket partnership of 243 to lead SA to victory against Bangladesh in Benoni and win the ICC Champs ODI series 2-1
Anneke Bosch’s career best batting figures helped the Proteas Women seal a dominant 8-wicket victory in the second ODI against Bangladesh in Potchefstroom on Wednesday 20 December, to level the series 1-1 with one game in hand
Star Proteas Women seam bowler Ayabonga Khaka has capped off 2023 in style, announcing her new deal with Gray-Nicolls. She says she’s excited to partner with “a long-term advocate of the women’s game.”
Proteas Women are determined to win the second ODI and level the series when they face Bangladesh on Wednesday 20 December, at the JB Marks Oval in Potchefstroom in the ongoing white ball series.
An unbeaten Murshida Khatun half-century added to a bowling team effort helped Bangladesh seal a famous 119-run triumph over the Proteas Women in the first ODI to go 1-0 up in the three-match series, in East London on Saturday
Proteas Women take on Bangladesh Women in the first of a three match ODI series, a part of the ongoing ICC Women’s Championship 2022-2025 qualification campaign for the Cricket World Cup 2025 in India, at Buffalo Park, East London on Saturday
In a bid to build a fiercely competitive and financially vibrant league, England Netball is taking a step towards the professionalisation of the Netball Super League by relaunching the league from 2025.