Tumi Sekhukhune in action. ©ICC

“When I was running in to bowl my first ball in international cricket I was very nervous but at the same time I wanted to showcase my skill,” Tumi Sekhukhune, who came from humble beginnings in the township of Daveyton where she broke through all barriers to wear the green and gold, tells Women’s CricZone. It 

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Dane van Niekerk. ©ICC

“After a disappointing World Cup, a whitewash is really nice, we know that Sri Lanka is rebuilding as well but we are doing the same,” said Proteas Captain Dane van Niekerk after leading her side with a couple of inexperienced players to an emphatic 3-0 T20 international series victory. “We are rebuilding to see how 

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The Proteas celebrating after Sune Luus takes a wicket. ©ICC

“You can expect more from me from the bowling point of view,” said Proteas All-rounder Sune Luus who was named player of the match for her stunning bowling performance in the second T20 International against Sri Lanka at the Wanderers on Sunday. Luus was the pick was the bowlers with figures of 5/14 as the 

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South Africa and Sri Lanka sides celebrating. ©ICC

Newlands Stadium in Cape Town plays hosts for the first encounter of the three-match T20 International series between the home side South Africa and Sri Lanka. The game is scheduled to start at 2.00 pm (CAT).   Importance of the T20I Series Both the Proteas and Sri Lanka management are already focusing and planning for 

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England claimed two ICC Women's Championship points after their win over the Proteas in the second ODI. ©England Cricket

The South African captain Dane van Niekerk described Taylor and Beaumont’s partnership as ‘a runaway train’ as the two batswomen led England to a comprehensive 69 run victory in the second ODI at Hove yesterday. “It was a runaway train, I guess. We know the quality of Sarah Taylor and Tammy Beaumont once they get 

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South Africa Team recently whitewashed Bangladesh. ©ICC

It was heartbreak for the Proteas the last time they met England in an ODI.  It was in the 2017 world cup semifinals where The Proteas took the fight against England all the way to the bitter end but England narrowly beat them by two wickets. The Proteas arrived in England a couple of days 

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Proteas Skipper Dane van Niekerk and Laura Wolvaardt at the CSA awards last night in Sandton. ©CSA

Dane van Niekerk, Momentum Proteas Captain, was one the biggest winners at a glittering Cricket South Africa (CSA) awards function in Sandton on Saturday evening, taking home the SA Women’s Cricketer of the Year award for 2018. This was the second time the skipper had received the top honour, having previously won the award back 

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