As is appropriate on the international day of the Girl Child, we are delighted to unveil the ten individuals and team efforts selected for September’s Newsmakers, who all are in contention for annual at gsport’s year-end gsport Annual List, which will be #GAL2023 this year around.
Youth included in our selection for the month include the inspirational youth players in the Bok women’s rugby team, Karabo Mailula claiming her maiden title after winning the ASA 10km Cross-Country championship title.
Youth players are well represented in the Proteas Women squad who claimed to amazing tournament wins in September, and the talent in Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies is undisputed.
Read on below to revel in the talent that South Africa and its youth keeps demonstrating, on- and off the sports fields.
In alphabetical order, please enjoy the stories and acknowledge the leading performances of:
BOK WOMEN PULL OFF TOUGH VICTORY AS WXV TOURNAMENT LOOMS
CANOE MARATHON WORLD CHAMPS GOLD FOR HOLLY SMITH AND GEORGIA SINGE
KARABO MAILULA CLAIMS MAIDEN ASA 10KM CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPS TITLE
KGOTHATSO MONTJANE AND YUI KAMIJI RELISH US OPEN WALKOVER VICTORY
MAMELODI SUNDOWNS LADIES CROWNED CAFCL 2023 CHAMPIONS
PROTEAS WOMEN MAKE HISTORY WITH 2-1 ODI SERIES WIN OVER PAKISTAN
PROTEAS WOMEN STRIKE WITH HOME ODI SERIES WIN OVER NEW ZEALAND
TUKS CROWNED 2023 VARSITY NETBALL CHAMPIONS
WESTERN CAPE BRAVES WIN THE 2023 TWIZZA NETBALL CHAMPS
UNDEFEATED STREAK FOR SA WOMEN’S WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL TEAM