gsport is delighted to announce the ten South African individuals and teams unveiled as its October’s Newsmakers, who now join those already in consideration for national acclaim at gsport’s year-end gsport Annual List, early in December.
In a sensational comeback, the Proteas bowling unit brought the house down to beat the White Ferns by 11-runs in the final T20 match, and level the series which ended shared at Willowmoore Park in Benoni on Sunday
In what was a stunning display of cricket masterclass, Amelia Kerr and Sophie Devine blasted the White Ferns to a sensational 8-wicket victory over hosts Proteas Women at Willowmoore Park, in Benoni.
Fresh off a fantastic One-day International outbound victory over Pakistan, Proteas Women will be looking to continue their momentum when they start their 3-match ODI series against New Zealand on Sunday.
Kate Anderson and Bella Armstrong earn their maiden call-ups to the New Zealand White Ferns for the upcoming tour of South Africa this month.
ANZ Bank New Zealand will be an official sponsor of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022, which will be held in New Zealand from 04 March to 03 April.
Sophie Devine’s powerful batting leads the White Ferns to a second T20I victory against Proteas Women
it was a sad case of points shared following their Match Abandoned without a ball bowled for South Africa’s second ICC Women’s World Cup fixture, against New Zealand in Derby on Wednesday.
The Proteas Women won their opening ICC Women’s World Cup fixture after winning the toss and electing to bowl first, restricting Pakistan to 206 in their 50 overs before achieving the asking total to win by 3 wickets.
A 2-1 loss to New Zealand in the first three of the 7-ODI series places the Momentum Proteas on a tough qualification route to the 2017 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup
With a golden season featuring no less than six international series in South Africa scheduled for 2016, world no. 3 SA women’s head coach predicts very exciting times for women’s cricket.
While recognising the enormity of the task, the Momentum SA Protea cricket team are focussed on upsetting Australia on Sunday, in their second group-stage fixture of the ICC Women’s World Cup India, after losing to New Zealand by 150 runs on Friday.