Aiden Markram shares the story of his early days in cricket and his hopes for the future with SA Cricket magazine’s Khalid Mohidin.
Dwayne Bravo’s 3-22 and 84 from Cameron Delport sealed a qualifier spot for the Paarl Rocks as they beat the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants by six wickets, writes KHALID MOHIDIN from Boland Park.
Rassie van der Dussen (96) and Daniel Christian (52) helped the Jozi Stars set an unassailable 239-3 before Nono Pongolo’s 6-20 sealed a 101-run victory against the Tshwane Spartans.
Cobras No 3 batsman Zubayr Hamza heaped praise on Ashwell Prince and Faiek Davids after his selection for the Proteas Test squad to take on Pakistan.
Tim Paine says he is happy with the way his new-look Australia side is approaching the game.
Virat Kohli addresses the media after a hard-fought 31-run win at Adelaide against Australia.
Rishabh Pant breaking the record for the most dismissals by an Indian wicketkeeper in a Test is our Play of the Day.
India won the opening Test of a series in Australia for the first time after claiming a thrilling 31-run victory at the Adelaide Oval.
Morne van Wyk and Khaya Zondo’s half-centuries spoilt the Cape Town Blitz’s celebrations after securing a home final as they led the Durban Heat to a six-wicket win, writes KHALID MOHIDIN from Newlands.
Gihahn Cloete’s third half-century of the campaign helped the Tshwane Spartans secure a 28-run victory against the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants.
Quinton de Kock’s 46-ball 93 helped the Cape Town Blitz step closer to securing a home final as they crushed the Paarl Rocks by six wickets, reports KHALID MOHIDIN from Newlands.
Khalid Mohidin hangs out with Paarl Rocks’ opening batsman Aiden Markram at Boland Park.
Former Dolphins and KwaZulu-Natal left-hand bat (and SA U19 captain), Rivash Gobind, is the head coach for the Warriors franchise side and assistant coach of the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants.
Former Dolphins and KwaZulu-Natal left-hand bat (and SA U19 captain), Rivash Gobind, is the head coach for the Warriors and assistant coach of the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants.
Bjorn Fortuin’s 4-15 and Faf du Plessis’ half-century helped the Paarl Rocks clinch a five-wicket win against the Cape Town Blitz, writes KHALID MOHIDIN from Boland Park.