The Proteas cricket side is unique in international cricket (and perhaps even in world sport) as their team boasts such incredible diversity, writes Proteas star TEMBA BAVUMA.
Dean Elgar’s career-best 79 not out took the Spartans to their second win of the campaign after Jozi Stars scored an impressive 186-5.
Superstar batsman AB de Villiers believes that his Tshwane Spartans might have enough to be top contenders for the Mzansi Super League tournament set to start next Friday, 16 November.
Paarl Rocks have beefed up their squad, with all-rounder David Wiese and Australian T20 batsman Michael Klinger joining for the Mzansi Super League T20.
Bowling with some of the world’s best fast bowlers has motivated Proteas all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo to lift his game with the ball.
Fan favourite AB de Villiers can’t wait to take to the field for the Tshwane Spartans and is looking forward to playing his part in feeding the city’s hunger for sporting success.
The Royal Challengers Bangalore have reportedly traded Proteas wicketkeeper/batsman Quinton de Kock to the Mumbai Indians in an all-money deal as the IPL’s first trade for 2019.
KFC Mini Cricket changed the life of Proteas all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo and he is excited to encourage children through KFC’s Meet the Proteas on Tour initiative.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis says there is still uncertainty over whether he will bat at three or four in ODIs going forward.
A Dale Steyn half-century and a six-for from Imran Tahir helped the Proteas defend a 198-run total to beat Zimbabwe by 120 runs in the second ODI in Bloemfontein.
Former Proteas all-rounder Wayne Parnell struck an entertaining half-century, but was unable to prevent Worcestershire’s defeat to Yorkshire in the County Championship Division One at New Road on Wednesday.
Former Northamptonshire all-rounder Rory Kleinveldt says County Cricket made him a more attacking bowler as he calls time on his career in England, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Former South Africa fast bowler Kyle Abbott took a hat-trick as Hampshire completed a convincing 114-run victory over Worcestershire at New Road this week.
The South African top-order, led by Faf du Plessis’s 79, got in a good day’s batting as they ended on 338, a lead of 51 over a Sri Lanka XI in their warm-up match in Colombo.
The English Women followed the lead of their male counterparts’ ODI heroics by smashing a world record T20I score.