Historic Achievements Headline Sixth Month-to-month #GAL2023 Consumption


Throughout the month of Could, South African girls in sport shattered limitations to lift their hand for inclusion within the sixth month-to-month #GAL2023 Newsmakers listing, powered by the Momentum gsport Newsroom, in partnership with Telkom.

On house soil, 2020 Momentum gsport Awards Public Selection winner, Awande Malinga, continued to dominate on the squash courtroom, as she bagged her eighth consecutive NJSA Closed Championship title.

Since U13, the now Grade 12 learner took half in her ultimate NJSA competitors the place she walked away with a victory over Jordin Phillips within the ultimate match.

On the soccer entrance, former Banyana Banyana footballer turned company star Lydia Monyepao entered into the South African soccer historical past books changing into the primary girl to take up SAFA’s CEO position on a full-time foundation.

There have been additionally excellent performances in gymnastics the place Caitlin Rooskrantz, Shante Toti, Caleigh Anders, Garcelle Napier and Naveen Daries edged Staff South Africa to gold on the seventeenth version of the African Creative Gymnastics Championship at Heartfelt Area in Pretoria.

Scroll right down to click on by way of to the updates that includes the total listing of Newsmakers beneath!

The gsport Annual Listing (#GAL) was launched in 2019 to point out how far girls’s sport has come. It’s South Africa’s solely Newsmakers occasion that’s devoted to girls’s sport.

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Sixth Month-to-month Newsmakers Consumption for #GAL2023:

Awande Malinga – Eighth Consecutive NJSA Closed Championship Winner

Eighth NJSA Closed Championship Win for Awande Malinga


Gymnastics SA – Win seventeenth African Creative Gymnastics Championship

Team South Africa Win 17th African Artistic Gymnastics Championship


Hannah Rigby – Victrix Ludorum Winner at CANA Zone IV Champs

Hannah Rigby Wins Big at CANA Zone IV Swimming Champs


Katherine Williams & Paige Badenhorst – Bronze at First Rowing World Cup

Katherine Williams and Paige Badenhorst claim Double Scull Bronze in Croatia


Lydia Monyepao – First Lady to Take Up SAFA CEO Function Completely

Lydia Monyepao Elected New SAFA CEO


Noko Matlou – Earns Private Sponsorship Cope with PUMA

Noko Matlou Seals Deal with PUMA


SA Water Polo – Qualify for Ladies’s Seaside Video games Finals in Bali

South Africa Qualify for Women’s Beach Games Water Polo Finals in Bali


Springbok Ladies – Win Rugby Africa Ladies’s Cup Title

Bok Women Bag Rugby Africa Womens Cup Crown


Sylvie Scherzinger – Wins First-Ever UTMB World Collection Occasion in Africa

Sylvie Scherzinger Wins First-Ever UTMB World Series Event in Africa


Tasha Mentasti – Elected Africa Regional Director at World Surf League

Pioneer Tasha Mentasti Relishing the Opportunity to Grow Surfing in Africa


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