CAPE TOWN, October 11 (ANA) – Following the appointment of Dorette Badenhorst and Dumisani Chauke as both coach and assistant coach of the Proteas netball team, the duo’s first assignment is competing at the 2019 Africa Netball Cup that will be staged at the Velodrome in Cape Town from 18-22 October.
The Proteas have been rewarded for their efforts at the Netball World Cup with sports minister Nathi Mthethwa announcing a R500k bonus for the ladies.
After leading the Proteas with aplomb at the World Cup Bongi Msomi will now look to impart some of her knowledge at UJ.
It was all about Tshwane at the South African Netball Championships as they claimed both the under-21 and senior titles on Saturday.
Pretorius was honoured during the medal ceremony.
The Proteas fell to defeat to England in the Netball World Cup’s bronze medal match in Liverpool on Sunday.
South Africa fought hard but were narrowly defeated by Australia in their Netball World Cup semi-final match in Liverpool.
The Proteas head into their Netball World Cup semi-final against Australia as the underdogs but they are determined to give it their all.
Despite the loss, the Proteas are set for a semifinal showdown against the reigning champions, Australia.
Their 67-40 win ensures that the Proteas and England join Australia and New Zealand in the last four.
The Proteas were far too powerful in attack for a Scotland side who made a good fist of competing initially but couldn’t maintain that performance across the hour at the Netball World Cup.
South Africa held on to cause a Netball World Cup upset against World number two side Jamaica in Liverpool on Sunday.
The Proteas delivered another clinical performance to set up a Netball World Cup group decider with Jamaica in Liverpool on Sunday.
The Proteas breezed to a 76-45 win over Trinidad and Tobago in the opening game of their Netball World Cup campaign in Liverpool on Friday.
The Netball World Cup gets underway in Liverpool this weekend and our Proteas have a good chance of disrupting the game’s established elite.
SA netball player, Vanes-Mari du Toit got brutally honest on Dancing with the Stars. Watch the clip over here:
The hottest event on the Mother City’s calendar, the Cape Town 10s, is literally within touching distance.