Munyai SA record caps great month for Agency clients on the track

18 year old Olympian Clarence Munyai provided a glimpse into his potential this month when he became the first South African junior to dip under the 33 second barrier over 300m and thereby setting a new SA record of 32.87s. He followed this up with a 10.28 second PB over the 100m suggesting an exciting season ahead for the young sprinter.

Maunyai’s training partner, 21 year old Thando Roto also showed fine form in the 100m sprint event by running a wind assisted 9.98s in a league meeting in Johannesburg. If not for the wind Roto would have become only the 5th South African to dip under the 10 second mark. “It was still amazing to finish a race and see that I have managed to dip under ten seconds. I now know that on any good day I will be able to do so again,” he said.

Parnell & Phehlukwayo shine in Protea win

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Wayne Parnell and Andile Phehlukwayo contributed with both bat and ball in the Proteas crushing victory over New Zealand in the 3rd ODI of the 5 match series. Parnell scored a 35 off 32 balls and then took 2/33, while Phehlukwayo returned figures of 2/12.

To read the full match report go to: http://www.sport24.co.za/Cricket/Proteas/proteas-power-to-easy-victory-in-3rd-odi-20170225

Phehlukwayo enjoying the pressure of international cricket

PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA - SEPTEMBER 30: Andile Phehlukwayo of the Proteas during the 1st Momentum ODI Series match between South Africa and Australia at SuperSport Park on September 30, 2016 in Pretoria, South Africa. (Photo by Lee Warren/Gallo Images)

Andile Phehlukwayo is relishing his new role as Proteas all-rounder and is learning every time he steps out onto the cricket pitch. To find out more about his experiences so far in the Green & Gold go to: http://cricket.co.za/news/17678/Phehlukwayo-takes-valuable-learning-from-pressure-situations

Phehlukwayo claims 3 wickets in Proteas win

Andile Phehlukwayo again showed his class on the international stage by returning figures of 3/19 in the Proteas T20 win against New Zealand’s Black Caps this morning in Auckland. Read the full match report here: http://www.sport24.co.za/Cricket/Proteas/proteas-batter-black-caps-in-auckland-t20-20170217

Protea all-rounder Wayne Parnell joins Agency

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA  - JANUARY 25: Wayne Parnell of the Proteas during the 3rd KFC T20 International between South Africa and Sri Lanka at PPC Newlands on January 25, 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo by Carl Fourie/ Gallo Images)

All-rounder Wayne Parnell is the latest Protea cricket player to sign with Newton Agency. From captaining the SA u/19 side to becoming one of the youngest players ever to receive a Protea contract and playing in the IPL at only 21 years old, Parnell has proved himself a fierce competitor and a valuable member of any team he plays for.

‘I am excited to be joining because I really enjoy the professional and innovative approach of Newton Agency and am looking forward to working together at this stage of my career’ said Parnell. Lee-Roy Newton, group MD, was equally pleased to have a player of Parnell’s caliber  join the Agency team, saying ‘I have always followed Wayne’s career with interest and know that the journey ahead is going to be an exciting and successful one’.

African 400m Champion signs with Agency

Botswanan Olympic athlete Isaac Makwala is welcomed as the newest addition to the Agency’s ever growing stable of top talent. Makwala is a multiple All-African champion and has competed and finaled at all major events including the World Championships, World Indoor Championships, African Championships and Commonwealth Games.