Faf du Plessis questions the ICC’s ball-tampering ruling, dismissing chewing gum or mints as foreign objects.
Am I alone in wondering if the new, unnamed ‘world-class’ T20 league, which replaced the much-hyped but seriously mismanaged Global League T20, will ever get off the ground?
Dale Steyn’s selection for the Proteas tour of Sri Lanka is, at the very least, a triumph over adversity and a demonstration of the determination that has marked his career.
No matter how hard it is to accept, all cricket fans should stand and salute AB de Villiers on his retirement and wish him well.
I was surprised to see Brendon McCullum jumping on the bandwagon to proclaim that T20 will be the only form of cricket in the future.
Back in 2001, when the idea of T20 cricket was first proposed in England, it came with a warning that without such innovation, Test cricket would die.
South African cricketers, across the board, are understandably getting nervous over the fact that the contract which governs their pay and conditions will expire on 30 April.
Australian cricketers have always reverted to the mantra ‘hard but fair’ whenever they have come under attack.
What is it with send-offs? What is the point of that aggression after the batsman has been dismissed and is heading for the tunnel?
Whatever happened to Pranav Dhanawade? Who? The 15-year-old boy who scored 1,009 runs in an innings, two years ago.
Justice was swift and the execution was brutal when the Titans won the Ram Slam T20 Challenge.
I am slightly uncomfortable with the knockout stage of the Ram Slam T20 Challenge. If the Titans do get beaten, it will be a travesty.
Whatever the fortunes of their team, the Australians never let the standard of sledging slip.
South Africa has a reputation as a top-class fast-bowling factory, but a worrying trend is developing: the flat wicket.
It’s certainly going to be a Sizzling Summer of Cricket, but will the players survive the heat?