The Spar South African netball team got off to a good start in the two-Test series against Samoa on Thursday when they won the first Test by 54 goals to 46. Samoa are ranked eighth in the world, two places below South Africa. The Proteas had been in New Zealand for two weeks, as part […]
South Africa took a step towards their goal of qualifying to play in the Commonwealth Games in Delhi next year with a convincing 47-33 victory over Fiji in the final of the SPAR Challenge at the Rembrandt Hall at Pretoria University on Saturday afternoon.
South Africans are feeling a great sense of pride following Proteas captain Graeme Smith’s heroic efforts in taking his team to a historic away Test cricket series win in Australia. Its not the win itself that has got the nation excited but the manner in which South Africa went about hunting down their opponents […]
South African opener Olivia Anderson shows her mastery of batting technique, as another delivery is punched back past the bowler in an innings which won her a second Player of the Match Award, in Stellenbosch on Friday. Picture: Mouton van Zyl South Africa’s unbeaten women’s Proteas side have emphatically secured one of two available 2009 […]
Johmari Logtenberg has swapped her bat for a set of club as she pursues a new career in golf. gsport was surprised to learn that vice captain of the national women’s cricket team, Johmari Logtenberg, had decided to quit cricket to take up golf. This star all-rounder, who was chosen as our November […]
Of the eight teams representing South African bowls at the 2008 World Bowls Championships in Christchurch, New Zealand, the women’s triples team is the only one to progress all the way to a finals challenge, and now stands guaranteed of a silver medal.
The South African national netball team is up against it, and with good cause: After a gamely loss to fourth-ranked England in their final Pool Round fixture, the fifth-ranked international side will face defending champions, New Zealand’s Silver Ferns in their quarter-finals clash on Thursday.
The dominance of the world’s best four netball teams in International play was aptly demonstrated on Thursday, as the quarter-finals of the 2007 Netball World Championships all finished well in favour of the top-ranked semi-final contestants.
They say first impressions last and it’s a saying that rings true when you meet Cri-Zelda Brits. She is as cool as a cucumber, and is confident in her ability as a leader.
As if the Springboks had not given them enough incentive to do well at the World Netball Championships next month, the SPAR South African Netball Team have just been given the welcome news that there will be some financial rewards if they do well.