The 11th edition of the ICC Women’s World Cup takes place in England and Wales next month with the bulk of the matches to be broadcast live on SuperSport.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Tuesday announced the 15-woman strong, Momentum Proteas squad that will represent South Africa in the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup that will take place in England from 24 June to 23 July.
A batting collapse saw the Momentum Proeas suffer an eight-wicket defeat to India in the final of the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Women’s Quadrangular series in Potchefstroom on Sunday
Andrie Steyn scored a 123-ball 117 runs to set up a whopping, 120-run victory for the Momentum Proteas in their Round Seven, Cricket South Africa (CSA) Women’s Quadrangular series clash against Ireland in Potchefstroom on Friday
Northerns and Prestige College have partnered for the implementation of a new Women Empowerment Programme.
Half-centuries from Andrie Steyn, Chloe Tryon and Trisha Chetty, as well as three wickets from Shabnim Ismail saw the Momentum Proteas clinch an eight-run win over India in Potchefstroom on Wednesday
Momentum Proteas pace bowler, Shabnim Ismail took a remarkable 4/14 in 7.2 overs to help restrict Zimbabwe to 113 and set up a seven-wicket victory for her side, when they met in the seventh match of the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Women’s Quadrangular Series in Potchefstroom on Monday
Laura Wolvaardt smashed a magnificent 149 at a run a ball, giving the Momentum Proteas a colossal, 178-run triumph over Ireland on match five of the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Women’s Quadrangular series in Potchefstroom on Thursday
Jhulan Goswamy (3/20) and Shikha Pandey (3/22) took six wickets between them to give India a solid, seven-wicket victory over the Momentum Proteas in Potchefstroom on Tuesday.
Shabnim Ismail took her second ever five-wicket haul while Raisibe Ntozakhe took an excellent 3/8 on debut to set up a convincing, eight-wicket win for the Momentum Proteas in the first One-Day International of the Cricket South Africa Women’s Quadrangular series in Potchefstroom on Sunday
Momentum Proteas coach, Hilton Moreeng is satisfied that his team is moving in the right direction ahead of the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Women’s Quadrangular series after they beat Ireland by eight wickets in their warm up match in Potchefstroom
Momentum Proteas captain, Dané van Niekerk will be out of action for four to six weeks after suffering an injury to her foot
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