2017 Women’s World Cup

  • News

    Proteas women newbies inspired to reach greater heights

    The 2017 ICC Women's World Cup did more for the women's game than just reach the consciousness of the South African public, it also inspired youngsters, Raisibe Ntozakhe and Nadine de Klerk to want to continue to work hard in order to remain a part of the Proteas set up.

  • South Africa

    Moreeng impressed with Proteas’ batting at WWC

    South Africa women's coach Hilton Moreeng was impressed at the way his team improved their efforts with the bat at the recent World Cup in England, saying it is something the side can build on.

  • South Africa

    CSA congratulates 3 Proteas on making WWC tournament team

    Cricket South Africa (CSA) has congratulated three members of the Proteas women's national squad - Dane van Niekerk, Laura Wolvaardt and Marizanne Kapp - on their selection for the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 Team of the Tournament.

  • England

    Knight hails England women for holding their nerve

    England women's captain Heather Knight hailed her side for holding their nerve after they beat India by nine runs to win the World Cup title at Lord's on Sunday.

  • India

    Raj proud of India women after World Cup defeat

    India women's captain Mithali Raj blamed her team's narrow defeat to England in the World Cup final on nerves but says they have "set the platform" for young girls in the Asian country.

  • Reports & previews

    England women snatch World Cup title at Lord’s

    England are the 2017 Women's World Cup champions after beating India by nine runs at Lord's on Sunday in a tight contest that had the crowd on the edge of their seats.

  • Australia

    CA applauds Australia women for World Cup campaign

    Cricket Australia's chief executive officer, James Sutherland, this morning praised the efforts of the Australian Women's Cricket Team at the ICC Women's World Cup, despite their loss to India in the semi-final on Thursday.

  • News

    CSA commends Proteas women on their memorable World Cup campaign

    Cricket South Africa (CSA) has congratulated the South Africa women's team on their memorable and historic Women's World Cup campaign that came to a nail-biting conclusion in Bristol on Tuesday when they lost their semi-final to hosts England by two wickets off the third last ball of the game.

  • South Africa

    Van Niekerk: We hope we made South Africa proud

    South Africa women's captain Dane van Nierkerk admits they are gutted after narrowly losing the Women's World Cup semi-final against England but is incredibly proud that they went so deep into the tournament.

  • England v SA women
    Reports & previews

    England sneak into Women’s World Cup final

    England progressed to the Women's World Cup final, but only just, after sneaking past South Africa by two wickets with two balls to spare in Bristol on Tuesday.