Former Proteas seamer Rory Kleinveldt has retired from first-class cricket with immediate effect.
KwaZulu-Natal Coastal and Western Province both blooded two first-class debutants, with SA Schools star Jonathan Bird scoring 42 of his side’s first 65 runs in his first innings in first-class cricket debut during the first day of CSA 3-Day Provincial Cup action.
Shane Watson’s 6th T20 ODI didn’t bring his side victory, as one of the light towers went on the fritz in the Big Bash League clash between the Sydney Thunder and Brisbane Heat at the Adelaide Oval.
The Lions and the Warriors both scored early wins on the final day of the 4-Day Franchise Series, while the Dolphins and the Knights were frustrated by the weather as both pushed for a win against the odds.
Willem Ludick once ran out his friend Dean Foxcroft with his score on 98 … and then went on to make a century. It remains a source of cheerful banter to this day.
New SA U19 captain Matthew Montgomery is waiting to make his first-class debut for KZN Coastal against Western Province in the CSA Provincial 3-Day Challenge at the Chatsworth Oval.
Ottis Gibson’s contract states that he has to win the 2019 World Cup, says CSA CEO Thabang Moroe.
Fast bowler Olly Stone has been ruled out of England’s Test series against the West Indies due to a back injury.
Australian batsman David Warner will be sidelined from the remainder of the Sylhet Sixers’ Bangladesh Premier League campaign due to an elbow injury early this week.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Tom Latham and all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme have been recalled to New Zealand’s squad for the first three of this month’s five-ODI series against India.
The eagerly anticipated 2019 PinkDay One-Day International was officially launched at the Wanderers Stadium on Wednesday.
The Lions stamped their dominance over the Titans thanks to a record-breaking partnership in Benoni, while the Warriors edged closer to upsetting the table-topping Cobras on day three of the eighth round of CSA 4-Day Franchise Series matches.
Former South African captain AB de Villiers has expressed interest in playing in The Hundred – the England and Wales Cricket Board’s new limited-overs tournament.
Captain Dinesh Chandimal is confident Sri Lanka will put the lessons learnt against New Zealand recently to good use during the two Tests versus Australia coming soon this year.
Australian batsman Joe Burns has insisted that competition with fellow opener Matt Renshaw is minimal, if at all.