It doesn’t matter if you’re playing in the World Cup Final or facing your little brother in the backyard … to hit six sixes off one over is an incredible achievement, writes SIMON LEWIS.
During the KFC T20I series against Zimbabwe, KFC gave the Mini-Cricket kids an opportunity to join their Protea heroes on their official tour.
The Irene Villagers Women’s team went 11 matches unbeaten on their way to claiming the maiden Wanderers Women’s League T10 title in Johannesburg during the long weekend of 21-24 September 2018, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
It’s only been one week, but Anton Ferreira is already revelling in his new role as director of cricket at King Edward VII School and looks forward to adding value to one of South Africa’s long-standing and consistent cricket nurseries, writes THEO GARRUN.
Proteas allrounder Andile Phehlukwayo talks about how KFC Mini Cricket changed his life and how he has enjoyed giving back to young South African boys and girls through KFC’s Meet the Proteas on Tour initiative.
Western Province’s Thando Ntini still has his eyes set on becoming an all-rounder, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Lungi Ngidi is boldly conquering each new challenge ahead of him while forming a fearsome opening partnership with Kagiso Rabada ahead of South Africa’s most important cricket season.
Lions speedster Migael Pretorius aims to improve his batting and solidify the number seven role as an all-rounder, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Last Tuesday, a visually impaired South African cricketer, Ferdi Boer, became the first local cricketer to score a double century in a blind T20 match.
Warriors captain Jon-Jon Smuts says he believes he has a lot to offer the Proteas and can help them win the 2019 World Cup, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Veteran batsman Farhaan Behardien went past 6,000 first-class runs as the Titans edged ahead of the Dolphins on day two of their 4-Day Franchise Series opener at SuperSport Park.
Three KFC Mini-Cricket teams have won the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend two days with the Proteas!
Former Northamptonshire all-rounder Rory Kleinveldt says County Cricket made him a more attacking bowler as he calls time on his career in England, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Siya Sibiya is the new Central Gauteng Lions U19 and Academy head coach charged with heading the elite youth programme of what used to be the Gauteng Cricket Board and is well qualified for the job, writes THEO GARRUN.
Former Proteas Test spinner Simon Harmer put the finishing touches on Worcestershire’s relegation to the County Championship Division Two this week.