New Zealand snapped a seven-match losing streak – their longest-ever in T20Is – with their first win in the ICC Women’s World T20 2018.
South Africa’s hopes in the Women’s World T20 hang on their batters coming to the party, and that requires the Proteas Women to click into the right mind frame.
A Mzansi Super League tournament in the making, across a couple of versions, for over a year, will finally get underway at Newlands in Cape Town on Friday at 7pm, when the coastal kingpins meet the upcountry powerhouse.
December’s planned Emirates T20x League has been cancelled because of the failure to sell all five of the franchises within the stipulated time.
In the first-ever meeting between the two teams in T20Is, India registered a 52-run win over bottom-ranked Ireland, becoming the second team to book a place in the semifinals of the ICC Women’s World T20 2018.
Dale Steyn of the Cape Town Blitz speaks about the recent Australia tour and the Mzansi Super League.
Durban Heat skipper Albie Morkel is excited about the squad he and coach Grant Morgan have to work with and is looking forward to getting the Proteas back to add extra beef to the tournament.
SACricketmag.com’s Khalid Mohidin talks to AB de Villiers, who revealed that he’s been practicing cricket and spending time in the gym over the past few months … and added how proud he is about the Proteas’ success in Australia.
CSA’s CEO Thabang Moroe breaks the MSL down ahead of the opening weekend of fixtures.
Former Proteas cricketers Lance Klusener, Paul Harris, Andre Nel and Monde Zondeki will be among the television commentators for the inaugural Mzansi Super League.
The Durban Heat have teamed up with a flexible shuttle service, Zeelo, to create a more convenient fan experience for the Mzansi Super League that starts on Friday.
SACricketmag.com is giving you a chance to catch the opening game of the Mzansi Super League between the Cape Town Blitz and the Tshwane Spartans.
Proteas Women skipper Dane van Niekerk was bitterly disappointed with her side’s performance with the bat against world champs the West Indies Women as they lost by 31 runs in Gros Islet.
The West Indies Women made their intention to defend their title crystal clear with an impressive 31-run victory over the Proteas Women at the Darren Sammy Cricket Ground to go top of Group B in the ICC Women’s World T20, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.