Nine U19 African teams are in Potchefstroom for the 2020 World Cup qualifiers.
The Stars struck a moral victory over the Western Storm in a dress rehearsal for their 2018 Women’s Cricket Super League semi-final rematch in Brighton on Monday, 27 August, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
In celebration of women’s month, the Dolphins will host a Women in Sport and Business Brunch on 30 August at Kingsmead Cricket Stadium.
Cricket South Africa has announced three new caps to the Proteas Women’s squad to tour the West Indies in September and October.
Ottis Gibson says he is sure about 10 out of 15 players for his World Cup squad.
Ottis Gibson sticks by his belief that a ‘positive brand’ of cricket is the right approach, but slammed his batsmen’s execution of it.
Cricket South Africa is determined to lock in its young players until they secure senior provincial or franchise contracts.
The South African top-order, led by Faf du Plessis’s 79, got in a good day’s batting as they ended on 338, a lead of 51 over a Sri Lanka XI in their warm-up match in Colombo.
Aiden Markram says the Proteas have worked hard to prepare themselves for spinning conditions in Sri Lanka.
Lizelle Lee aims to be more than just a ‘big-hitter’ and gives credit to Laura Wolvaardt for improving her game.
Proteas Women coach Hilton Moreeng says his side flattered to deceive during their England tour against the hosts and New Zealand.
In an effort to reduce the number of draws in Test matches, the new championship points system will make winning much more attractive.
Faf du Plessis believes Temba Bavuma can fill AB de Villiers’ No 4 vacancy.
The inspiring tale of KZN’s two Khumalos continues as Thamsanqa and Mondli take their first trip overseas to play for their country.
The SA U19 squad is all set to tour England and play two youth Tests and three ODIs. Here are some of the players to watch for the future.