Happy Women’s Day
August 9, 2011 by staff
Happy Women’s Day, You might call it the “gentleman’s game”, but behind the scenes in South Africa, cricket is dominated by women. KFC cricket mini-train management office, cricket has witnessed a revolution of women in the past 15 years.
As South Africa celebrates National Women’s Day on Tuesday, August 9, 2011, CSA CEO Gerald Majola recognized and thanked the many individuals who contribute significantly to the growth of the game.
“CSA is fortunate to have so many dedicated and passionate women working for the growth of the company and the game itself. I take this opportunity to thank these strong women for their commitment to cricket.
“Support Women’s cricket is also increasing, so thanks to all the women cricket fans, who passionately support the game. Women’s History Month everyone happy,” said Majola.
Cricket for women is one of the fastest growing areas of development of the CSA and women’s national team has risen to fifth in the ranking of mobile unit of the ICC through the support and guidance from your computer dedicated management, which consists of former player and now team manager Kerri Laing, “in all positions that have remained the primary objective is to have cricket women in the highest levels of international play and win a World Cup,”
“Like this woman I would say that women’s football has finally been taken seriously and that women are given a fair chance to represent his country at the highest level and be rewarded for being good at a sport that most believes that men should only be playing, “continued Laing.
Elise Lombard has been at the helm of the Northerns Cricket Union over the last 30 years, she is a veteran in the world of cricket and has been a great source of encouragement to many young women who work in the world of cricket. This woman is shameless female nervous about working in a male-dominated environment where it is most often the only woman present at meetings of CEOs, “I’ve always approached my work as a person capable of running a successful operation / business. Cricket is after all a business with many facets. Women are increasingly important role players in the sport but have proven to be able to take the field in the competitive landscape, “he said.
Unlike most of the Lombards is not a member of the fairer sex as a disadvantage, “Women have a keen sense of intuition of the” softer “issues of life and are not driven by egos are our fellow men. Women are better equipped to give attention to detail and most of us recognize that in general terms “the devil is in the details,” “she says wisely.
Zola Thamae participation in cricket began in 1996 when she recruited girls from the less fortunate to play cricket. This busy mother of two was elected President of the Women’s Cricket Association of Free State in 1996, a position he holds to date. Was named as Volunteer Coordinator in the Free State for 2003 ICC Cricket World Cup is also Vice Thamae Cricket South Africa Women’s Association, a position he has held since 2000 and is also the former manager of the national team of women. Thamae was a member of Local Organizing Committee for 2005 ICC Women’s World Cup Cricket.
She has fought long and hard to be accepted by her male counterparts, “I must say that acceptance in the world of man was not easy at first, but I do not deal with gender-based rather on what you can contribute as a individual, “it said.
“To prove that men have confidence in me, I still refer to being in positions of power, simply because I can offer at a strategic level,” he continued.
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