New Zealand beat South Africa by 69 runs in the fourth T20I in Dunedin on Monday morning, to win the series 3-1 with a game in hand
The Proteas Women’s cricket team have been boosted by news that Cricket South Africa has secured Momentum as the returning naming rights women’s cricket sponsor
Big-hitting Chloe Tryon powers Proteas Women to victory in 3rd T20i to keep SA series hopes alive. White Ferns lead five-match series 2-1.
Proteas Women head coach Hilton Moreeng knows that the world expects better from SA after the 2017 Women’s World Cup, and talks to gsport’s Kass Naidoo in India ahead of the three-match ODI series starting in Baroda on Wednesday
At an official press conference ahead of the first T20i match between The Proteas and India, stand-in captain Suné Luus spoke about the match at hand, while injured teammate Chloe Tryon sent the team her well wishes
Proteas stand-in captain Suné Luus and head coach Hilton Moreeng have expressed their delight after the ladies secured an 83-run victory against India President XI in a warm-up match on Sunday
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
gsport blogger Snoni Mlenzana posts her review of the just-completed drawn ODI series between the Proteas Women and Pakistan
The Proteas brought out their A-Game to win the final T20 international by three wickets and earn well-deserved come-from-behind series-levelling kudos away against the West Indies, just ahead of the ICC Women’s World T20 in November – also in the West Indies!
Cricket SA has announced the 14-player squad selected to represent SA away in the Caribbean in an 8-match one day series starting at the Kensington Oval on Sunday 16 September, and ending mid-October.