Kapp made her debut at the age of 19 at the ICC Women’s World Cup in Australia.
She grew up watching cricket with her father and played backyard cricket with the other boys of her neighbors.
She represented her province (Eastern Province) in netball, athletics, biathlon & lifesaving.
She is a student, studying Sports Management.
She has been named SA Women’s Cricketer of the Year for two consecutive years at the annual CSA Awards (2013 & 2014).
Kapp and Dané van Niekerk are the first female cricketers to be included in the Eastern Province Cricket Academy, playing with male cricketers.
Her favourite cricketer is Chris Gayle, she loves his fearlessness with the bat.
The Momentum Proteas women believe they are well prepared for their opening Twenty20 (T20) match against the West Indies at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead in Durban on Friday
Marizanne Kapp will play her 50th One-Day International (ODI) for South Africa when the Momentum Proteas take on West Indies in the first women’s ODI at Buffalo Park Stadium in East London.
South Africa has moved to second place in the ICC Women’s Championship after defeating India 2-1 in the second round clash, which concluded in Bangalore on Friday. The ICC Women’s Championship is a qualifying tournament for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017
Sri Lanka women bounced back well from their 2-1 One-Day International series loss to the Momentum Proteas by beating the visitors by a slim,