The Proteas Women beat Pakistan by three runs despite an ordinary batting performance in the first ODI of the series in Durban.
On this day in 2015, AB de Villiers smashed the fastest ODI century in history – off just 31 deliveries.
SA Cricket magazine editor Ryan Vrede reviews an average year on the field and a disastrous one off it for South African cricket.
The second one day international was cancelled as two in the England camp wait on COVID test results, casting serious doubt on whether the tour will continue.
NERINA DREYER looks at the impact that David Warner’s absence will have on the Australia team in their upcoming clashes with India.
A 28-run Beuran Hendricks over gave England all the momentum they needed to clinch a five-wicket victory over South Africa in the first of three T20 Internationals at Newlands on Friday.
Aaron Finch and Steve Smith scored brilliant centuries to help Australia to a 66-run win in the first ODI against India on Friday.
The number of Proteas players isolating has risen to four as another player tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday.
An unnamed Proteas player has tested positive for coronavirus and two more are in isolation after being in close contact with him.
Mark Boucher’s competency as Proteas head coach will be revealed over the summer, writes RYAN VREDE.
England star Jos Buttler has singled out Quiton de Kock for praise ahead of England’s white-ball tour of South Africa.
Glenton Stuurman has been named in fairly predictable Proteas’ white-ball squads for their series against England.
A magnificent 212-run partnership between Glenn Maxwell and Alex Carey helped Australia claim an unlikely series-clinching three-wicket victory against England on Wednesday.
A batting collapse for the ages meant Australia failed in their quest of chasing down a low target and resulted in England levelling the series with a 24-run win at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Curtis Campher is the first Irish cricketer in ODI history to score back-to-back half-centuries and take wickets in both matches. He did it against World Cup ODI champions England, writes MARK KEOHANE for IOL.