A fifty from Andile Phehlukwayo on day four wasn’t enough to prevent South Africa losing the first four-day Test to Australia A in Brisbane.
Australia A take a 360-run lead through to the final day of the first Test against South Africa A in Brisbane.
Cape Cobras batsman Stiaan van Zyl anchored the South Africa A innings as they closed at 181-4 in the first unofficial Test against Australia A in Brisbane.
Temba Bavuma is on the cover of the latest edition of SA Cricket magazine, which is now on sale in leading retail outlets.
Proteas star Temba Bavuma says he doesn’t want his maiden Test century to define him, in the first of a two-part exclusive interview with SACricketmag.com.
Eight spin bowlers and six batsmen from South Africa’s franchises are being sent to a spin bowling course in Mumbai, India, from May 14 to 21.
Mark Salter looks back on players and moments of note in the Lions’ eight-wicket victory over the Cape Cobras in the Momentum One-Day Cup final at Newlands on Sunday.
Captain Stephen Cook’s 77 steered the Highveld Lions to an easy victory in the Momentum One-Day Cup final, beating an under-performing Cape Cobras by eight wickets at Newlands on Sunday.
Points of interest in the Momentum One-Day Cup eliminator between the Highveld Lions and the Warriors in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
Stephen Cook backed up his Test century on debut with another ton in the Momentum One Day Cup, as the Highveld Lions edged out the Warriors by four runs in Johannesburg on Friday.
CSA have confirmed the national contracted players for the year, and Temba Bavuma, Farhaan Behardien and Rilee Rossouw have been awarded them for the first time.
It might not have been a good year in Tests for the Proteas, but there’s room for optimism going forward.
Temba Bavuma says England will struggle to save the fourth Test by batting out the final day on a pitch with variable bounce.
With Dale Steyn out injured again, the SACricketmag.com writers pick their team to face England in the third Test at the Wanderers.
Young black players will not make it as cricketers if they stay in the township culture, says former CSA administrator Ali Bacher.