Zanele Mdodana’s Full Circle Leadership Moment

Netball and the name Zanele Mdodana are synonymous and it’s really hard to separate the two. The former Proteas captain has been a strong advocate for the game on and off the court since her playing days and subsequently her retirement back in 2015. She has since in what she calls ‘gone full circle’ after she was announced as the new Proteas assistant coach, alongside Jenny van Dyk. Photo: Supplied

Powerful #AdviceForSuccess from former national netball captain Zanele Mdodana, newly appointed assistant Spar Proteas coach alongside head coach Jenny van Dyk. Mdodana’s journey from player to leader offers valuable insights for rising stars in sport. #GoGirls

Australia Thump SA by 8 Wickets in Opening ODI

Marizanne Kapp (pictured at Hobert in Tasmania) was the mainstay of the South African innings, smashing 8 boundaries for a quick-fire half-century before retiring hurt after being hit on the elbow, and taking no further part in the opening ODI, at the Adelaide Oval, South Australia in Australia, on Saturday, 3 February, 2024. Photo: Marizanne Kapp on Instagram

Australia won the toss and put SA in to bat under blue skies at Adelaide Oval on Saturday morning, bowling the visitors out for 105 in the 32nd over, before chasing down the target for the loss of two wickets, with 31 overs remaining

Laura Wolvaardt Eager for ODI Series against Australia

The stage is set for a thrilling encounter at the iconic Adelaide Oval as the Proteas Women take on Australia in the first of three One-Day Internationals (ODI) in Adelaide, South Australia in Australia, on Saturday, 3 February, 2024. Photo: Cricket South Africa on X

The stage is set for a thrilling encounter at the iconic Adelaide Oval as the Proteas Women take on Australia in the first of three One-Day Internationals (ODI) in Adelaide, South Australia in Australia, on Saturday