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.
The Titans Academy strolled to a comfortable nine-wicket victory over the Warriors Academy thanks to a sensational return of 7-13 from Thomas Mashiane, backed up by Modiri Litheko’s 48 not out during their 50-over encounter in Oudtshoorn.
Former Proteas spinner PAT SYMCOX says South Africa’s batting woes can be remedied by taking collective responsibility rather than apportioning individual blame.
Raynard van Tonder turned heads when he scored 164 against Sri Lanka for the CSA Invitational XI. This is him charting his continued progress through the ranks, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
SA Cricket magazine editor Simon Lewis will be one of six captains in the Highbury Highlanders’ six-person side (it’s hard to have a single leader in a group of editors!) for the annual Sporting Chance media day on Sunday 24 February 2019.
To commemorate Faf du Plessis entering the top 10 of the Test ICC rankings, we revisit three career-defining performances from the Proteas skipper.
The Proteas are well-placed to go 1-0 up in the series against Sri Lanka as they look to make inroads on India’s No 1 spot in the ICC Test rankings … but this Test is far from over, writes SIMON LEWIS.
Dale Steyn produced another magical performance during day two of the first Test against Sri Lanka in Durban to earn Thursday’s Turbo Bowler accolade, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
KZN Inland coach Shane Burger will be taking up his role as head coach of Scotland in March at an exciting time in the country’s cricketing development, writes SIMON LEWIS.
Akhona Mnyaka, who recently signed with the Cobras, was our Future Star in issue 137 of SA Cricket magazine in July 2017.
The Cape Town Cricket Sixes will be held at the Green Point Cricket Club from 22-24 February.
KZN Inland head coach Shane Burger will be bidding farewell to the team that he has coached to significant success when he takes up the reigns as the Scotland men’s national coach in March.
The Irene Villagers Women bagged another trophy by beating the Wanderers Women in the inaugural North vs South Ladies Cup tournament held at Irene Cricket Club on Sunday, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
Victories in three-day cricket are few and far between, but when 16 wickets fall in the final session for a remarkable, unexpected and dramatic victory with less than three overs to spare … well, that’s just Mother Cricket shining her light on the world, writes SIMON LEWIS.
Knight’s contracted player Eddie Leie turned up for Free State in the CSA Provincial 1-Day Challenge against Northern Cape to bag 4-44 and earn today’s Turbo Bowler award, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.