Momentum Proteas lose only two matches as they dominate India winning historic back to back series in the limited overs format to boost SA’s World Cup planning for the 2022 Women’s 50 Over World Cup and the 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup.
South Africa have played “fearless cricket” to win their first ever T20I series against India but the Momentum Proteas eye even greater success as the prospect of securing a series whitewash looms large
The Momentum Proteas have the chance to close out India in the T20 International Series today as they look to convert their 1-0 lead into an unassailable series lead when the second match takes place at Ekana Stadium on Sunday, starting at 15:30 SA time.
Momentum Proteas captain, Suné Luus, believes South Africa will be stepping into an even contest ahead of the first of five ODI’s against India on Sunday.
Shabnim Ismail reaches rare milestone as Momentum Proteas bring out star power to beat Pakistan by 8 wickets in the opening T20I in Durban on Friday
Northerns all-rounder Suné Luus takes up the captain’s armband as Cricket South Africa announces 18-player squad to take on Pakistan in the three One Day Internationals and three T20 matches.
Momentum Proteas Team Manager, Sedibu Mohlaba, has walked a long journey in sport and continues to play his part by positively impacting the women’s game, with the hopes of seeing the national women’s team win an ICC World Cup title.
Cricket South Africa appoints former Free State and VKB Knights all-rounder, Dillion du Preez, as Momentum Proteas assistant coach.
Cricket South Africa announced the reappointment of Hilton Moreeng as head coach of the Momentum Proteas team during a tele-press conference on Wednesday, 8 July 2020. In a media release, Moreeng expressed his excitement at the opportunity to lead the flourishing women’s national team for a further three years. “To be given the chance to […]
Cricket SA gave the Proteas Women a rousing farewell on their way to the Caribbean to take on defending champions West Indies, England, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in the West Indies World T20