SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE doesn’t want to see Steve Smith captain Australia again for the same reasons he doesn’t want Quinton de Kock to do the job for South Africa.
There was a time in recent cricket history when the Proteas were a white-ball force. Getting back there is going to take time, but there are signs of life, writes RYAN VREDE.
KL Rahul’s mastery has edged out Faf du Plessis in the IPL to date, but there has been nobody better with the ball than Kagiso Rabada.
Elite athletes are often rejuvenated by the challenge of proving their worth. That’s what we’re seeing with AB de Villiers, writes RYAN VREDE.
AB de Villiers produced a sensational innings of 73* off 33 deliveries in the Royal Challengers Bangalore’s 82-run win over the Kolkata Knight Riders.
Ever wondered how well the great AB de Villiers sees a cricket ball? The Brisbane Heat stuck a GoPro to his helmet during a batting session, while he was representing them in the recent Big Bash League.
AB de Villiers’ much-anticipated Big Bash debut proved quite significant for his new Brisbane Heat team as he contributed a quick-fire 40 at the Gabba on Tuesday.
To celebrate AB de Villiers’ 35th Birthday, we take a look at a compilation of his amazing cricketing ability.
UAE T20x is ‘a great concept’ for ‘local’ cricket, says new ambassador AB de Villiers
Dale Steyn, who made his Proteas debut with AB de Villiers in 2004, has labelled his former teammate as ‘a genius’ and the inspiration behind the Proteas.
Former Proteas spinner PAT SYMCOX says AB de Villiers put himself rather than his country first when quitting his international career.
AB de Villiers’ 69 underpinned a Royal Challengers total which withstood a desperate attack from Sunrisers captain Kane Williamson to win by 14 runs.
AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli both hit half-centuries against the Delhi Daredevils to claim a five-wicket win for the Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Watch AB de Villiers smash a match-winning unbeaten 90 off 39 balls to seal a victory for the Royal Challengers Bangalore.
AB de Villiers, at his imperious best, smashed an unbeaten 90 runs off 39 balls to help the Royal Challengers crush the Delhi Daredevils by six wickets in Bangalore.