Proteas Women’s batsman Laura Wolvaardt has been named in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Team of the Tournament.
The Proteas women fell short in both warm-up matches against the Titans Academy boys side, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
New Zealand’s Amelia Kerr played the greatest individual ODI game in history by smashing an unbeaten 232 runs off 145 balls and taking five wickets to beat Ireland by 305 runs.
A Laura Wolvaardt half-century helped the Proteas Women to a six-wicket victory over Bangladesh Women in Bloemfontein to complete a dominant 5-0 whitewash.
Dane van Niekerk’s late charge gave the Proteas Women a seven-wicket win in the final ODI against India, in Potchefstroom.
Proteas star Lizelle Lee got her WBBL season off to a flying start by smashing a record 50 off 22 balls for the Melbourne Stars.
Laura Wolvaardt, who excelled in the recent Women’s World Cup in England, has been contracted by the Brisbane Heat for the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL).
Proteas Women opener, Laura Wolvaardt, reflects on her World Cup campaign, which saw South Africa reach the semi-finals.
Laura Wolvaardt’s 149 allowed the Proteas Women to score the highest-ever score in their ODI history, as they thrashed Ireland by 178 runs.
The Proteas claimed a 36-run victory by D/L method against Ireland in their last Super Sixes match on Sunday.
Laura Wolvaardt says becoming the youngest ever South African international centurion for both men and women was a dream come true.