Here for Her this April

31 March 2023 07:19
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As SuperSport continues to shine a light on this amazing year of sport for women, we look at some of the highlights ahead for the month of April.


The second edition of the Fairbreak Global Invitational Women's T20 takes place at Kowloon Cricket Club from 3-16 April, and is set to be a thriller with players from 36 countries taking part.

Six teams will battle it out in Hong Kong before it moves over to Houston, Texas, for the next leg in September.

Each team actually features one South African, so here are the Proteas to look out for:

Barmy Army: Laura Wolvaardt
Warriors: Mignon Du Preez
Team Spirit: Ayabonga Khaka
Sapphires: Shabnim Ismail
Falcons: Marizanne Kapp
Tornadoes: Dane van Niekerk

Broadcast details: SS Cricket. Games start at 4am CAT.


The clay season kicks into high gear as the queens of the court begin their preparations for the ultimate clay-court challenge - Roland Garros - by making stops in Charleston (USA), Bogota (Columbia), Stuttgart (Germany) and Madrid (Spain) in the month of April.

WTA Events - live broadcast

Charleston, US - 3-9 April
Bogota, Colombia - 3-9 April (live from the 6th)
Stuttgart -17-23 April
Madrid Masters - 25 April-7 May


The ASA Grands Prix provide the perfect platform for South Africa's finest female athletes to hone their skill as they attempt to gain some form ahead of the Athletics World Championships later in 2023.

Elsewhere, the long-distance women of the road jostle it out for the ultimate prize in Cape Town Rotterdam and Boston.

Catch all the action live across SuperSport's Variety channels.

ASA Grand Prix: 1 – 12 April
Two Ocean Marathon: 15 and 16 April
Rotterdam Marathon: 16 April
Boston Marathon: 17 April
ASA Grand Prix 2: 19 April
ASA Grand Prix 3: 26 April


The queens of swing will descend on The Club at Carlton Woods to battle it out for the first major title of 2023. Jennifer Kupcho will embark on the first major defence of her fledgling career having earned the title in 2022.

There will be no shortage of challengers for Kupcho's crown with the likes of major winners Nelly Korda, Lydia Ko, Jin-Young Ko, and SA's Ashleigh Buhai all champing at the bit to get their hands on more slam silverware.

Chevron Champs: 20-23 April