Cricket South Africa announces 22 players for the 2020 Powerade National Women’s Academy programme as they plan for the upcoming tri-series against England and Australia in April
Central Gauteng Lionesses end Western Province’s unbeaten streak as the second half of the 2019/2020 CSA Provincial League commences
Western Province have secured the services of three internationally experienced #ProteasWomen cricketers to bolster their squad ahead of the CSA 50-over and T20 season
Heavy downpour in Surat halted a second successive T20i match between the Proteas and India on Sunday meaning the hosts remain in pole position as they lead 1-0 in the five-match series
Sune Luus will continue her role as stand-in captain of the Proteas team for the tour of India which consists of five T20 International matches followed by three ODI’s at Surat and Baroda, respectively, following the squad announcement
The Bangladesh Women’s Emerging team beat SA Emerging by four wickets to level the three-match ODI series in Pretoria on Thursday, setting up an exciting finish when the sides meet for the decider on Sunday at Groenkloof Oval.
Captain Nadine de Klerk scored a blistering, 41-ball half-century and took two wickets to lead the South Africa Women’s Emerging team to a 47-run victory in the opening of their three-match, One-Day series against Bangladesh Emerging in Pretoria on Tuesday.
Lizelle Lee carried her bat in an 48-ball 75-run innings to claim the Player of the Match award and power the Proteas Women to an emphatic 9-wicket T20I win against Pakistan, and win the home series 3-2 in Benoni on Thursday
The series deciding ODI against Pakistan ended with the match tied – and the series honours shared – after the Proteas struck their highest total against the visitors but couldn’t grab the win despite a riveting innings by stand-in captain Suné Luus
CSA names Nondumiso Shangase among likely Proteas starters in their home 3-ODI and 5-T20 match series against Pakistan starting in Potchefstroom on 6 May