Proteas Women’s fast bowler Shabnim Ismail has announced her retirement from all forms of international cricket.
Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has been named in the ICC Men’s Test Team of the Year.
It is a shame millions of South Africans have been robbed of the opportunity to see the Proteas Women’s triumph of talent, temperament and tactics, writes RYAN VREDE.
Shabnim Ismail might only be ranked in 21st spot on the ICC’s women T20I bowlers rankings, but she delivered a devastating performance with the ball to rock Sri Lanka and help set up a seven-wicket win for the Proteas Women.
Proteas Women fast bowler Shabnim Ismail says she and Marizanne Kapp are the best opening bowling partnership in the world.
Dane van Niekerk and her team jetted off to the West Indies for their date with destiny – the Women’s World T20 tournament and a chance to write a new chapter in the history of women’s cricket in South Africa.
Cricket South Africa confirmed today that Trisha Chetty and Shabnim Ismail will no longer be touring the West Indies with the Proteas Women.
Proteas Women speedster Shabnim Ismail is excited about taking on the New Zealand Women in a crunch match that the Proteas must win to have a chance of making it into the final of the tri-nation T20 women’s series in England. (more…)
Shabnim Ismail’s 5-30 set up a series-saving victory for the Proteas Women, who beat India by five wickets in the third T20 at the Wanderers on Sunday.
Shabnim Ismail admits she was heartbroken after the winning runs were scored off her in the Women’s World Cup semi-final against England.
Shabnim Ismail said she managed to overcome a lot of nerves to get the Proteas Women over the line against Pakistan in the World Cup opener on Sunday.
South Africa’s fast bowling spearhead, Shabnim Ismail, will play a vital role in South Africa’s World Cup campaign in England.
Shabnim Ismail’s fine form continued as her 4-14 spurred the Proteas Women on to an emphatic seven-wicket victory over Zimbabwe.
Shabnim Ismail ripped through Zimbabwe to skittle them for 78, in their opening match of the Women’s Quadrangular Series on Sunday.
The Proteas women continued their unbeaten run, beating Bangladesh by six wickets in their World Cup Qualifier on Saturday.