When you’re facing a world-class fast bowler, you only have your bat and instinct, writes GRAEME POLLOCK in SA Cricket Magazine.
Herschelle Gibbs believes that Reeza Hendricks would have been the ideal No 3 batsman for the Proteas at the upcoming World Cup, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Proteas legend Herschelle Gibbs fears that Hashim Amla’s lack of runs may affect his self-confidence heading into the World Cup, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
The unfortunate South African players who were left out of each World Cup squad.
KwaZulu-Natal Coastal’s Daryn Dupavillon destroyed Northern Cape with a six-wicket haul to earn himself Sunday’s Turbo Bowler award, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
The Titans Academy strolled to a comfortable nine-wicket win over Knights Academy at the Bridgton Sports Ground on the back of Vaughn Humphrey’s unbeaten 41 after Asad Patel had bagged 3-14 in the first innings.
Lions Academy secured a thumping six-wicket victory over Dolphins Academy at Langenhoven Gimnasium after captain Nick Smit sealed the win with his 48 not out, following Louis van Schalkwyk’s 3-10 in the first innings.
Knights Academy strolled to a six-wicket victory over Cobras Academy thanks to captain Marno van Greuning’s stunning 4-24 in the first innings, and a classy 93 not out from Siphamandla Mavanda.
Lions Academy bowled out Warriors Academy for 169 to clinch a 35-run win, thanks to sensational bowling spells from Andrew Rasemene (3-18) and Thamsanqa Rapelego (3-28) at Bridgton Sports Ground.
The Alwyn Myburgh Gallery was opened on Tuesday at SuperSport Park (home of the Titans) during the second ODI between South Africa and Sri Lanka.
Both the KZN Castle Premier Leagues in the Coastal region and the Inland region are moving into the final few weeks as a three-way fight for Coastal honours resumes, while Standard Cricket Club are calling the shots in the Inland League.
Jacob Miltz (86) and Nick Smit (79) helped the Lions Academy clinch an impressive three-wicket win over the Cobras Academy, despite Seth Fledermaus picking up 5-40 in a brave effort to deny the visitors.
Titans Academy won by 80 runs over the Dolphins Academy in their 50-over Franchise Academy encounter, thanks to exceptional bowling from Thomas Mashiane (3-21) and Donovan Ferreira (3-24).
The Dolphins Academy secured a comfortable three-wicket victory over the Knights Academy in Oudtshoorn on the back of Bradley Porteous’ 4-35 in the first innings, as well as half-centuries from Jason Kraft and Xolani Mhlaba.
Former Proteas spinner PAT SYMCOX says South Africa’s batting woes can be remedied by taking collective responsibility rather than apportioning individual blame.