An inspired bowling performance by their world-class attack powered the Proteas Women to a seven-wicket victory in their Women’s World T20 opener against the Sri Lanka Women, writes SIMON LEWIS.
David Miller, the Proteas’ top-scorer in the second ODI against Australia at Adelaide, told the press of his side’s disappointment at not being able to finish the match off successfully against Australia.
Robin van Ginkel has been named as the new South African Women’s hockey head coach.
A drastic improvement in the batting performance should still be the desired outcome for the Proteas despite the comprehensive victory in Perth, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Rassie Erasmus shows André Esterhuizen how he should be tackling following the Owen Farrell incident.
Dale Steyn says he enjoyed the pace and bounce of the wicket at Perth Stadium, which suited the Proteas’ bowling attack perfectly.
Brandon Stone tees off this week in Turkey chasing a big result in his bid to move into the top 10 in the Race to Dubai as the final series gets underway, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Fan favourite AB de Villiers can’t wait to take to the field for the Tshwane Spartans and is looking forward to playing his part in feeding the city’s hunger for sporting success.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander believes Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus has done a ‘great job’ on the transformation front this year. CRAIG LEWIS reports.
A final set tie-break will be introduced for all Wimbledon events from 2019 when the score reaches 12-12.