What if acting Cricket South Africa chief executive officer Jacques Faul or team director Graeme Smith convinced the country’s slew of Kolpak cricketers to return to international cricket …
Former Proteas all-rounder David Wiese has been retained by the Lahore Qalandars for next year’s Pakistan Super League.
Former Proteas batsman Herschelle Gibbs has been named head coach of the Sylhet Thunders ahead of this year’s Bangladesh Premier League.
Proteas batsman David Miller will play for the Hobart Hurricanes in Australia’s Big Bash League later this year.
Several South Africans have been released from franchise contracts ahead of next year’s Indian Premier League.
Fast bowler Dale Steyn, batsman Hashim Amla, all-rounder JP Duminy and leg-spinner Imran Tahir are among six South Africans listed for next month’s Pakistan Super League draft.
Some South African cricketers not involved in the ongoing Mzansi Super League will participate in the Abu Dhabi T10, which starts this week. Migael Pretorius The Lions all-rounder was impressive in first-class cricket late last month, snaring a first-innings five-for and striking a valuable half-century in victory over the Dolphins at the Wanderers. He has been named in the Deccan… Read more →
Fast bowler Michael Cohen has signed a two-year contract with Derbyshire in English county cricket.
England’s Pat Brown will join the Melbourne Stars in Australia’s Big Bash League when Proteas fast bowler Dale Steyn leaves in early January.
Proteas seamer Marizanne Kapp took a hat-trick in the Women’s Big Bash League on Saturday. Recently recruited by the Sydney Sixers Women, Kapp claimed telling figures of 3-16 in a comfortable victory over the Melbourne Stars Women at the Hurstville Oval. She removed lower-order trio Madline Penna, Nicola Hancock and Holly Ferling with successive deliveries to seal the feat. ‘I… Read more →
Former Proteas batsman Hashim Amla will captain the Karnataka Tuskers in the 2019 edition of the Abu Dhabi T10 next month.
Former Proteas and India head coach Gary Kirsten has expressed a deep desire to return to international cricket.
Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada and several other Proteas stars were overlooked at Sunday’s player draft for The Hundred – the England and Wales Cricket Board’s new limited-overs tournament.
Proteas leg-spinner Imran Tahir will play for the Manchester Originals in next year’s The Hundred – the England and Wales Cricket Board’s new limited-overs tournament.
Several South African cricketers are effectively overpriced for this week’s player draft for the Hundred – the England and Wales Cricket Board’s new limited-overs tournament. Some, however, would be veritable steals if drafted for next year’s inaugural tournament.