Last night at Newlands cricket ground Proteas fans were treated to some fine batting and bowling, but it was in the field that our hearts skipped a beat, writes SIMON LEWIS.
It’s sickening how the Aussies know how to dish it out, yet they can’t swallow their own medicine, writes SIMON LEWIS.
Former Proteas spinner PAT SYMCOX says the Mzansi Super League has potential, but the partnership between CSA and the SABC is on shaky ground.
Rory Kleinveldt proved expensive in the Tshwane Spartans’ opening Mzansi Super League defeat to the Cape Town Blitz on Friday and then almost lost them Sunday’s contest with the Paarl Rocks, but there is life left in the old dog yet, writes JONHENRY WILSON.
AB de Villiers’ Tshwane Spartans are coming to town … and they’re going to stamp out the Cape Town Blitz’s fire as they rain sixes into the crowd on Friday night, writes SIMON LEWIS.
Former Proteas spinner PAT SYMCOX says David Miller’s career-defining innings in the third ODI against Australia underlines that he can prove a match-winner for South Africa.
Aiden Markram was run out for 19 in the second ODI against Australia at a point when South Africa were starting to dominate the Aussie attack. It was a costly wicket, and there were three reasons why this should never have happened, writes SIMON LEWIS.
Former Proteas spinner PAT SYMCOX says South Africa must take advantage of Australia’s struggles and secure an ODI series whitewash to enhance their World Cup credentials.
Now is the time for Cricket South Africa to commit to Reeza Hendricks for next year’s World Cup, writes JONHENRY WILSON.
The Proteas’ potential downfall in World Cup 2019 could be the failure of their batters to work through the gears, writes SIMON LEWIS.
Former Proteas spinner PAT SYMCOX says South Africa must limit their media interactions during the Australian tour and let their performances do the talking.
Former Proteas spinner PAT SYMCOX says a lack of superstar players could prove a blessing in disguise for South Africa … if they are shaped into a cohesive collective.
Rassie van der Dussen became the first South African in four years to score a half-century on T20I debut on Tuesday. A splendid 52 proved numerically important on the day, but it also insisted greater value for the future, writes JONHENRY WILSON.
Colin Ingram’s participation in the recent Abu Dhabi T20 Trophy for the Boost Defenders, against the Titans and others, was a difficult reminder of what could have been, writes JONHENRY WILSON.
Former Proteas spinner PAT SYMCOX says a lack of patience and application is undermining the Proteas’ batting performances.