SA Cricket magazine spoke exclusively to Scotland’s in-form World Cup batsman Kyle Coetzer, whose connection to South Africa is alive and well – and will soon have the chance to rekindle yesteryear’s success with Richard Levi and Rory Kleinveldt.
Hashim Amla continues to break all manner of records and he proves himself to be one of the best ODI players of all time. Here we relook at what TOM EATON had to say about Amla in the December issue of Sunday Times/Business Day Sport Monthly.
South Africa’s World Cup coaching and management staff is so large, an entire playing XI could be formed. Here’s a light-hearted look at what the backroom boys could bring to the field of play in the other Proteas XI…
It was an unspectacular way to mark an outstanding career.
Dale Steyn should play in his 100th ODI on Tuesday, against Ireland at the World Cup. Here are some interesting facts and numbers from his 99 matches so far.
Here is some reaction on Twitter to AB de Villiers’ world record knock – the fastest man to 150 in an ODI – against the West Indies at the World Cup.
South African cricket fans need to start backing the players who are actually in the World Cup squad, writes Kobus Pretorius.
It is exactly 23 years to the day (26 February 1992) that South Africa competed in their first World Cup and ended up upsetting hosts Australia by nine wickets.
Chris Gayle’s blistering return to form with a World Cup record of 215 against Zimbabwe on Tuesday begs the obvious question: what can South Africa expect from the West Indian in their match in Sydney on Friday? His career performances suggests it will be around 31 runs.
Here is some Twitter reaction after Chris Gayle slammed a record 215 runs for West Indies against Zimbabwe in the World Cup.
As Chris Gayle embarked on his rampage against Zimbabwe, it may have escaped most viewers’ notice that it was exactly five years ago that Sachin Tendulkar broke the magic 200 barrier for the first time.
Now, not after serious injury to a first-choice player or a belated admission of incorrect selection, is the time to act – and David Wiese must be drafted into South Africa’s World Cup squad.
Almost 350 cricketers were for sale during Monday’s Indian Premier League player auction in Bangalore. Five South Africans were bought, while 14 went unsold.
David Miller has the opportunity to show the world what all the fuss about him is. Will he be able to deliver on the biggest stage of all, writes GARY LEMKE.
World Cup-winning coach and Proteas batting consultant Gary Kirsten offered SACricket his insight into the side’s burning issues going into cricket’s showpiece. Interview conducted by Cape Town journalist NEIL MANTHORP.