Tazmin Brits Grateful for National Contract

North West Province’s Tazmin Brits is grateful to be the latest Momentum Proteas player to be handed a maiden national contract for the 2022/23 season. Photo: CSA (Twitter)

North West Province’s Tazmin Brits is grateful to be the latest Momentum Proteas player to be handed a maiden national contract for the 2022/23 season, saying: “It’s something you work for long towards and it actually paid off.” #GoGirls

Proteas Women Celebrate Best Ever Tour to India

T20I series champions South Africa smile after the final tour fixture in Lucknow on Tuesday, after India won the final encounter by 9 wickets. Photo: Cricket South Africa

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.

Charlotte Edwards Elected First Female PCA President

A screengrab of a live-stream of England cricket legend Charlotte Edwards on her becoming the first female President of the Professional Cricketers’ Association, which champions the ongoing interests of professional cricketers in England and Wales. Image: Screengrab of video posted to Twitter

England cricket legend, Charlotte Edwards, has made history by becoming the first female President of the England and Wales Professional Cricketers’ Association, The PCA also introduces new Women’s Player Committee to give the women’s game a stronger voice.

Momentum Proteas Eye T20i Series Win

Momentum Proteas’ Tazmin Brits pictured in the first T20i against Pakistan. Brits scored a valuable half-century to steer South Africa to victory, and won the Player of the Match award at Hollywoodbets Kingsmead Stadium in Durban on Friday, 29 January 2021. Photo: CSA

An emphatic eight wicket win in the opening game has put South Africa in a strong position heading into the second game of the three-match T20i series against Pakistan in Durban today.

Ayabonga Khaka Receives CGL Presidential Award

Kaitlyn Ramduth pictured with her U18 Singles Title at the Wilson Mini 3 Tournament. Photo: Wilson Tennis

Momentum Proteas and Senior Central Gauteng Lions Women’s cricketer, Ayabonga Khaka, shares her excitement after receiving a Presidential Award at the union’s annual cricket awards.

Mkhwanazi Investing in Future Women Cricketers

Central Gauteng Lions Cricket Administrator, Takatso Mkhwanazi, is playing a vital role in ensuring that schools from primary level invest in developing girl cricketers for the national team. She chats to gsport member, Selina Munsamy, about the challenges women’s cricket faces and her plans for the future.