Dwaine Pretorius hit 50 runs off 27 balls for the Proteas in a losing cause in Christchurch.
Andile Phehlukwayo’s six in the final over of the first ODI was what swung the result in the Proteas’ favour.
There were many fine moments on day three of the third Test against Sri Lanka, but the catch by Faf du Plessis stands out…
The Sri Lankans were beginning to look comfortable at 45-1 at tea on day two in the third Test at the Wanderers … until Kagiso…
JP Duminy produced one his greatest innings, his sixth hundred in 42 Tests, but Amla’s 100 in his 100th Test is our Play of the…
Suranga Lakmal cracked Stephen Cook’s defence and piled pressure on Hashim Amla in one immaculate over to earn our Play of the Day.
Keshav Maharaj’s dismissal of Kusal Mendis set the tone of the Sri Lanka innings and earned our Play of the Day.
Dean Elgar’s 129, on day one of the second Test against Sri Lanka at Newlands, has earned our Play of the Day.
Kyle Abbott is awarded our Play of the Day following his dismissal of Angelo Mathews on day five at St George’s Park.
JP Duminy is awarded our Play of the Day following his momentum-shifting run-out on day four at St George’s Park.
Proteas opener Stephen Cook is awarded our Play of the Day for his century on day three of the first Test at St George’s…
Vernon Philander is awarded our Play of the Day for his bowling performance against Sri Lanka at St George’s Park.
JP Duminy is awarded our Play of the Day for his sparkling knock against Sri Lanka at St George’s Park.
Tabraiz Shamsi’s first wicket in his third over is the Play of the Day as the Titans defended their T20 Challenge trophy on Friday.
Our Play of the Day goes to the Warriors’ Colin Ingram for his back-to-back sixes in the qualifier against the Lions.