Women's Cricket World Cup
Proteas star Wolvaardt nominated for ICC Women's Player of the Month
Proteas star Laura Wolvaardt is one of three nominees for the ICC Women's Player of the Month for March.
Healy leapfrogs Wolvaardt in ODI rankings shake-up
Australia's Alyssa Healy leapfrogged South Africa's Laura Wolvaardt to take the top spot in the ICC ODI batting rankings after they...
'Inspiring' Proteas humbled by World Cup support: 'We felt it'
The Proteas women received a fitting welcome at OR Tambo Airport after returning from the Women's World Cup in New Zealand.
Proteas trio named in Women's World Cup Team of the Tournament
Proteas batter Laura Wolvaardt, all-rounder Marizanne Kapp and fast bowler Shabnim Ismail were selected in the star-studded Women's World...
Healy stars as Australia thump England to win Women's World Cup
Australia, led by a sublime 170 from Alyssa Healy, rewrote the record books to beat a valiant England by 71 runs in the Women's World Cup...
Proteas impress in New Zealand: 'This was our best campaign at a World Cup yet'
Proteas skipper Sune Luus is extremely proud of her side following their Women's World Cup semi-final defeat to England in Christchurch.
Proteas star Ismail far from done, eyes another World Cup: 'I'm peaking'
Proteas fast bowler Shabnim Ismail hinted that she might have another Women's World Cup under her belt following their semi-final loss...
CSA lauds Proteas' fighting spirit at Cricket World Cup
While they suffered a heavy defeat to England in a Women's Cricket World Cup semi-final on Thursday, Cricket South Africa (CSA) paid...
'Disappointed' Proteas insist World Cup semi-final loss 'doesn't define us'
Proteas skipper Sune Luus says that their Women's World Cup semi-final defeat against England doesn't define them after finishing off a...
Golden generation Proteas earn respect, pride of SA, but where to now?
The Proteas did South Africa proud at the World Cup in New Zealand, but where to from here?
World Cup exit 'breaks our hearts', says Proteas skipper Luus: 'Hard pill to swallow'
Proteas captain Sune Luus says the side is heartbroken following their World Cup exit on Thursday.
Proteas' World Cup dream shattered after England semi-final heartache
The Proteas wilted when it mattered most, delivering their worst performance of the Cricket World Cup to go down to England in Christchurch.
Proteas silently confident ahead of World Cup semi-final: 'We don't have anything to lose'
Proteas skipper Sune Luus says South Africa have nothing to lose ahead of their Women's World Cup semi-final clash against England in...
Luus, Lee to play 100th ODI in World Cup semi-final: 'It's an honour'
Skipper Sune Luus and opener Lizelle Lee will earn their 100th ODI cap when South Africa takes on England in Thursday's Women's Cricket...
Proteas not looking at 2017 semi-final heartache: 'It's a whole new World Cup'
Proteas skipper Sune Luus insists her side has grown since the last Women's World Cup and that South Africa are better team than before.
Healy hits century as Australia power into Women's World Cup final
A double-century opening stand carried tournament favourites Australia to a commanding win over the West Indies and a place in the...
On top of the world! Wolvaardt's stellar form leads to No 1 ICC batting ranking
Laura Wolvaardt's stellar form at the 2022 Women's Cricket World Cup has seen her rise to the number one position in the ICC batting...
WATCH | Behind-the-scenes as Proteas women break Indian hearts
The Proteas are into the Women's Cricket World Cup semi-finals and will tackle England in Christchurch on Thursday.
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