Proteas Women’s stars Dane van Niekerk and Marizanne Kapp have expressed their concern about possibly missing out on overseas T20 competitions this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Proteas Women’s all-rounder Marizanne Kapp believes that her team has what it takes to win the ICC Women’s World T20 and that their slew of warm-up match losses is not an indication of the team’s potential in the competition.
Marizanne Kapp, Lizelle Lee and Laura Wolvaardt were all in top form as the Proteas Women hit their straps to defeat the world champ West Indies Women by eight wickets in the fourth T20I of the series in the West Indies.
Proteas all-rounder Marizanne Kapp is delighted to have surpassed 100 ODI wickets but warns of complacency in the second ICC Women’s Championship (IWC) series clash against the West Indies on Wednesday.
Anitha Madikizela digs into the stats to profile the top performers in the Women’s Super League 2018.
Anitha Madikizela reports on the KSL T20 Final: Loughborough Lightning vs Surrey Stars.
Proteas Women star Marizanne Kapp returned sensational bowling figures in the Women’s Cricket Super League.
Proteas Women captain Dane van Niekerk and teammate Marizanne Kapp have finally tied the knot.
The Proteas Women must have faith in their abilities, back themselves to beat England and create a bit of history, says Marizanne Kapp.
Proteas Women stars Marizanne Kapp and Lizelle Lee will remain with Surrey Stars for the 2018 edition of the KIA Super League.
Boosted by a dramatic win in the last ODI, the Proteas Women will go into today’s first T20 against India in Potchefstroom with confidence.
Proteas captain Dane van Niekerk is on a roll, becoming the leading wicket-taker in the Women’s Big Bash League.
It was ecstasy and agony for Lizelle Lee and Mignon du Preez as their 96-run partnership came to nought when the Perth Scorchers beat the Melbourne Stars by nine wickets in the Women’s Big Bash League.
Marizanne Kapp continues to impress with the ball in the Women’s BBL, not by taking wickets but by with a strangling economy rate of 5.8 after three games.
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.