The Momentum Proteas have their eyes set on making history by winning a bilateral One-Day International (ODI) series against England for the first time when the teams meet in the third and final ICC Women’s Challenge (IWC) match in Canterbury on Friday
It was runs galore in the second ICC Women’s Championship One-Day International (ODI) between England and the Momentum Proteas, as the visitors succumbed to a 69-run defeat in Hove
Hundreds from Sarah Taylor and Tammy Beaumont helped set up a series-levelling, 69-run victory for England in the second Women’s ODI against the Momentum Proteas in Hove on Tuesday
Momentum Proteas coach, Hilton Moreeng lauded his team for their convincing, seven-wicket victory over England in their opening ICC Women’s Championship One-Day International series match which took place in Worcester on Saturday.
The Momentum Proteas broke their 15-year dry spell in England when they beat the hosts at home for the first time since 2003
Momentum Proteas captain, Dané van Niekerk says her team is ready for what they know will be a tough tour against England on their home turf
Momentum Proteas captain Dane van Niekerk says she was surprised after being named Women’s Cricketer of the Year at the Cricket South Africa (CSA) awards on Saturday, adding that teammate Laura Wolvaardt was far more deserving of the award.
The curtains drew closed at the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Awards 2018 and on another successful domestic and international cricket season on Saturday 2 June. As the attention turned to all the night’s respective winners as they shared their delight with the world. After successful campaigns with the Momentum Proteas and the Standard Bank Proteas ...
Captain Dané van Niekerk outlined her side’s intent ahead of the Momentum Proteas’ upcoming tour to England as she was joined by head coach, Hilton Moreeng for a media opportunity in Johannesburg on Wednesday
Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Monday, named the Momentum Proteas squad that will travel to England from 03 June to 01 July 2018
Ayabonga Khaka (3/10) and Marizanne Kapp (2/8) took five wickets between them as the Momentum Proteas claimed their second consecutive series clean sweep when they beat Bangladesh by 23 runs in the rain-affected, third and final T20I of the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Women’s series in Bloemfontein on Sunday
CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) has congratulated the Momentum Proteas on their 3-0 T20 Series win over Bangladesh.