Wednesday, 22 April 2020 marks exactly 37 years since former Proteas captain Kepler Wessels hit the second of four Test centuries for Australia.
Former Cape Cobras fast bowler Michael Cohen is looking forward to working alongside a host of talent – including West Indian Ravi Rampaul – at Derbyshire this year.
Former Proteas fast bowler Duanne Olivier is moving on to purely focus on the game after admitting initial struggles with dealing with the fall-out over turning Kolpak.
The 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League was meant to start this week, but probably won’t. The tournament has seen more than 50 South African players come and go over a dozen years. Some stuck around for several seasons, while others hardly got game time, if at all.
Spinner Simon Harmer was named among five cricketers of the year in the 2020 edition of the famed Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack this week.
Spinner Simon Harmer was named among five cricketers of the year in the 2020 edition of the famed Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack this week. Australia’s Pat Cummins, England’s Jofra Archer and Australia’s Marnus Labuschagne and Ellyse Perry are the others.
The International Cricket Council has cleared former Dolphins and Lions batsman Devon Conway to play for New Zealand.
Former Warriors batsman Colin Ackermann has been named captain of Leicestershire across all three formats.
The start of this year’s edition of the Indian Premier League has been postponed.
South Africans Jonty Rhodes and Charl Langeveldt will be part of the Kings XI Punjab’s coaching staff during the Indian Premier League later this year.
Proteas batsman Janneman Malan will play for Leicestershire in English county cricket later this year.
With the number of fringe Proteas players in the Indian Premier League limited by a lack of interest in South African players at the auction, the main attraction for national team selectors will be the performance of three established performers.
Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has left the future of several cricketers on Kolpak contracts uncertain.
AB de Villiers’ stint in the Big Bash League ended after his Brisbane Heat team were beaten by seven wickets by the Melbourne Renegades at Marvel Stadium to crash out of the competition.
AB de Villiers rolled back the years in typical AB fashion on Saturday, producing a scintillating batting display to help the Brisbane Heat to a comfortable 71-run victory over the Melbourne Stars at the MCG.