It was recently announced that the UAE would be setting up their own T20 cricket league to bring the sport to the region following recent successes and growing interest, but with big competition close by with the likes of the IPL, so how can the currently unnamed UAE league shape up in comparison? It has the experience – The good… Read more →
South Africa has always been a country that has been rich in quality in sport whether that be rugby union, cricket or football. Due to this, they have been the home to some of the best sports stars not just in in South Africa but in their individual sports in the world. Because of this, we thought we’d look back… Read more →
Cricket has been finding increasing popularity in the MENA region for the better part of a decade now, as infrastructure around sport as a whole, has enabled influence to be taken from big international events. This has allowed for the sporting scenes to develop within the UAE, with other big names having already found success through the likes of Formula… Read more →
Leicestershire County Cricket Club have announced a new Global Alliance Network, the Global Club Cricket Network. The network is the first to be created within cricket and has been developed by the club to share best practice and commercial knowledge between clubs operating at a similar level around the world. The first club to join the network is South African… Read more →
Relive some of the best fast bowling the cricket world has ever seen.
Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 90 as the Royal Challengers Bangalore beat the Chennai Super Kings by 37 runs.
The Indian Premier League is one of the fastest-growing if the fastest-growing professional sports league in the world.
The Indian Premier League (IPL) is, without a doubt, the biggest professional cricket league in the world, and is even the sixth biggest sporting event in all of the sports in the whole world.
The SA Cricket magazine team discusses the BLM movement, what equal opportunity looks like and the complexity of class in the race debate.
Centuries by Ben Stokes and Dom Sibley have put England in a strong position after day two of the second Test match against the West Indies in Manchester.
Opener Dom Sibley batted the whole of the first day to give England the perfect start to the second Test against the West Indies in Manchester on Thursday.
Former Proteas batsman Alviro Petersen has received hate mail over his support of Lungi Ngidi’s stance for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Fast bowler Junior Dala is eagerly anticipating Saturday’s 3TC Solidarity Cup at SuperSport Park after experiencing a troubled past season on the sidelines for an extended period.
Proteas batsman Rassie van der Dussen has reacted to calls for current and former white South African cricketers to support the Black Lives Matter movement.
Cricket South Africa has reiterated its stance in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, noting it is aware of the comments made by current and former players on the issue of racism in cricket.