The Mzansi Super League is off to a flyer, and here’s a selection of some great highlights.
Against all the odds and the best of logic, New Zealand’s bowlers defended 176 on the fourth day of the first Test against Pakistan at Abu Dhabi to take a 1-0 series lead.
SACricketmag.com’s Simon Lewis and Khalid Mohidin discuss the Proteas’ successful ODI tour of Australia and look ahead to Cricket World Cup 2019.
When Gihahn Cloete turned out for South Africa in a T20 International against Zimbabwe in East London on 10 October 2018, he became the 85th cricketer to have played in the Coca-Cola Khaya Majola Week since 1994 to have gone on to represent the Proteas.
The Proteas Women recorded their highest score of the 2018 Women’s World T20 as they romped home to a 30-run win in their final match against the Bangladesh Women at Gros Islet.
A disappointed Henry Davids talks about the Paarl Rocks’ one-run defeat to the Tshwane Spartans.
Theunis de Bruyn was named Player of the Match after the Tshwane Spartans’ one-run victory against the Paarl Rocks on Sunday.
Durban Heat skipper Albie Morkel scored a superb 45 from 25 balls to help set up a target of 157 for the Cape Town Blitz, but Pakistan’s Asif Ali single-handedly won the game for the Blitz despite a supreme bowling effort from Keshav Maharaj.
Back-to-back wins for the Cape Town Blitz on Friday and Sunday set the seal on a superb start to their Mzansi Super League campaign.
Free State trounced Easterns by seven wickets and Northern Cape triumphed over Boland by six wickets in Sunday’s CSA Provincial One-Day Challenge action.
A breathtaking innings of 80 by Pakistan’s Asif Ali lifted the Cape Town Blitz from the depths of despair to a sensational victory over the Durban Heat at Kingsmead.
The Cape Town Blitz’s Pakistan star Muhammad Nawaz scored his first T20 half-century and took a wicket as his side defeated the Tshwane Spartans by 49 runs in their Mzansi Super League opener on Friday.
Pakistan is well-placed to push for victory in the first Test against New Zealand, while England beat Sri Lanka in Kandy by 57 runs to take an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
Nelson Mandela Bay Giants comfortably won their opening match of the Mzansi Super League over the power-packed Jozi Stars by five wickets with 12 balls to spare.
Northern Cape completed a superb innings victory over Boland, while Free State triumphed by 177 runs over Easterns in their 3-Day Provincial Cup matches.