Ayabonga Khaka will be the key to Proteas' success in England. ©South Africa Cricket

“We are ready and happy as a team,” says Proteas pace bowler Ayabonga Khaka ahead of the England tour next month. Boosted by a comfortable 5-0 ODI and 3-0 T20 series clean sweep against Bangladesh at home, South Africa will go into their tour of England next month with a lot of confidence. Ayabonga Khaka 

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Ntozakhe Raisibe perfects her bowling technique at the Alex Cricket Oval ahead of the World Cup in England and Wales. ©alexnews.co.za

“The main goal is to bowl beyond my measures!” Those are the words of Proteas off-spinner Raisibe Ntozakhe as she looks to make an impression in the five-match ODI series starting tomorrow against Bangladesh at Potchefstroom. The 21-year old Gauteng off-spinner is fairly new to international cricket with only seven One Day Internationals caps for the 

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Bangladesh begin the ODI series on May 4. Picture by ICC.

The Momentum Proteas meet Bangladesh on Friday in the first of the five-match ODI series which starts at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom. Bangladesh hasn’t played any cricket as a team since their ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier against Sri Lanka in 2017. Making a return to international cricket after 14 months without competitive action, the Tigers will 

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Australian Women's Under 19 coach Leah Poulton. Photo by the Herald

Both the Australian U19 and South Africa Emerging players coaches were pleased with their teams’ performance in the Emerging Triangular series. The Tri-series was hosted by South Africa from the 10th to the 28th of April. The visiting teams were Australia U19 and the England Academy. The Aussies u19 defeated the SA Emerging Players by 

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The Proteas Women's side celebrating a wicket at the World Cup. ©Twitter

Cricket South Africa on Tuesday named two uncapped players for the Proteas Women’s T20 squad that will take on Bangladesh. The ODI squad is unchanged from the India series that took place in February. The Proteas team will take on Bangladesh in the five-match ODI and three-match T20 international series. The tour starts from the 4th to the 

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Jeppe High School for Girls after winning the match. ©joburgeastexpress.co.za

Jeppe Cricket Club Women’s side clinched the 2017/2018 Gauteng Cricket Board women’s 35 overs league in a low scoring final at the Soweto cricket oval in Soweto, Johannesburg on Sunday. Samantha Schutte and Nasseha Laher claimed 6 wickets between them to help Jeppe CC secure the title by beating Soweto Cricket club women by 4 

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Coach Cobus Roodt, a champion of the women's game. Picture by Western Province Cricket.

The Western Province women’s coach Cobus Roodt has died after suffering from a heart attack while on his way to the South African emerging squad camp in Pretoria on Monday, the Western Province Cricket Board (WPCB) confirmed. The passing of Roodt happened a day after he led his Western Province Women’s team to the Cricket 

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Chloe Tryon's ability to clear the boundary at will sets her apart. © ICC

Women’s Cricket has been played internationally for over 80 years now. The Internation Cricket Council and various Cricket boards such as Cricket Australia are making an effort to build the profile of the women’s game and improve its standards.   Is the ICC focusing on the T20 format, having women play with a lighter and 

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