Shandre Fritz

WP Blow Northerns Away

Defending champions of the women’s provincial cricket leagues Western Province are peaking at the right time, according to captain Olivia Anderson, following their spectacular 10-wicket away win over Inland-league log-leaders Northerns at Supersport Park on Saturday, 31 March.

National Cricket Squad Announced

A South African national women’s cricket squad has been announced to participate in a camp at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria between 20 and 22 April 2007, with a view to settling the squad to tour Netherlands and England between July and August this year.

Cricketers with the Feminine Touch

As the national women’s cricket team continue to rebuild with a view to qualifying for the Women’s Cricket World Cup in Australia in 2009, cricket commentator, Natalie Germanos, looks back at a satisfying ODI series win against the Pakistani women’s team.  

WP’s Roadshow Pressure

On Saturday, Western Province will travel to meet Griqualand West in Kimberley, and take on the Free State women on Sunday in Bloemfontein in their third last One Day match of the season.

The Feminine Touch Cricketers

Most people in South Africa know that the Proteas are competing against Pakistan in the Test series, five ODI’s and Friday’s Pro20. Some even have tickets to the games.

Mignon Earns National Call-Up

Mignon du Preez’s impressive numbers have forced the hands of the national selectors, who have called her up to the South African squad to face the touring Pakistani women’s national cricket team, following the unfortunate unavailability of injured captain Shandre Fritz.

Shandre Fritz: Off Spin

Shandre Fritz was named captain of the South African national women’s cricket team in November of 2006, but a freak swimming accident shortly after that announcement has put her on the sidelines for her team’s international test series, due to start shortly in Pretoria against Pakistan. gsport caught up with Shandre at Newlands in Cape […]

Fritz to Captain SA vs Pakistan

Twenty-one-year-old Shandre Fritz from Western Province was today named as captain of the South African women’s cricket team to play Pakistan in five One-Day International matches in South Africa in January next year.

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