South African women in sport continue to punch above their weight globally, to raise their hand for inclusion in the June #GAL2022 Newsmakers list, powered by the Momentum gsport Newsroom.
Women’s Premier Division
Border Ladies continue their dominance over arch-rivals DHL Western Province with a nail-biting 19-11 win in their Women’s Premier Division clash at the Brackenfell Rugby Club.
SA Rugby Women’s Premier Division defending champions Border Ladies score a commanding 39-0 win over Cell C Sharks Women in the third round of the national showpiece. #GoGirls
Springbok Women’s Lusanda Dumke and international renowned referee, Aimee Barrett-Theron, made headlines winning prestigious accolades at the SA Rugby Awards on Thursday.
Their ability to stand up to the highly-rated French pack in Vannes on Saturday boosted the confidence of the Springbok Women’s forwards, and they are keen for another go against on Wales in Cardiff on Saturday
Springbok Women will return to the field against Kenya in two Tests that will mark their first international action in almost two years in Stellenbosch
The Cell C Sharks Women ensured they will remain in the Women’s Premier Division next season when they beat the Mastercard Golden Lions Women by 27-0 in their promotion-relegation match.
Border Ladies spearheaded by a magnificent Lusanda Dumke outplayed Western Province in a pulsating final to win the SA Rugby Women’s Premier Division title in Cape Town, on Friday, 16 July, 2021 #GoGirls
Western Province will take on Border Ladies in the Women’s Premier Division final on Friday, while Free State will meet MasterCard Golden Lions Women in the First Division final after the latter teams booked their places in the closing round of pool matches this past weekend #GoGirls
2019 Women’s Premier Division finalists, Western Province and Border Ladies, proved once again why they deserve to battle it out for the title this season after further victories in the penultimate pool round of the competition #GoGirls