Two South Africans make former Proteas batsman Ashwell Prince’s 2023 IPL Team of the Tournament.
Former Proteas batsman Ashwell Prince scored a big hundred for Victoria Cricket Club’s 2nd XI against Green Point Cricket Club.
Ashwell Prince says Proteas players need to take responsibility for their own performances.
Ashwell Prince has resigned from his post as Bangladesh batting coach.
The appointment of ex-Proteas players to key international coaching positions despite most having a complete lack of experience is perplexing and potentially damaging for the game. It’s time we start giving elite coaching the respect and attention it deserves, writes RYAN VREDE.
Former Proteas batsman Ashwell Prince has been appointed as Bangladesh’s batting consultant on a permanent basis until after the 2022 World Cup.
Allegations of racial discrimination in South African cricket have been made during a month of hearings, with one star claiming he was blasted as a “quota player” and that representing the national team was “no dream”.
Ashwell Prince’s gut-wrenching testimony at the Cricket for Social Justice and Nation Building hearings raised complex issues that left one feeling helpless, but rolling over is not an option, writes RYAN VREDE.
Former Proteas batter Ashwell Prince says that he never felt the Proteas side was a unified one. Despite being part of the national team’s trailblazing success, Prince says he did not feel welcome.
Former Proteas batsman and current Western Province head coach Ashwell Prince told the Social Justice and Nation Building hearings that South African cricket needs to relook the way it selects teams and its strict transformation targets.
Cobras coach Ashwell Prince says he rates Kyle Verreynne as one of the top batsmen in South African cricket, hailing the youngster’s ‘mentality’ as one of his biggest strengths.
Ashwell Prince has used the weight of his personal experience to shed light on issues of racial inequality in South African cricket.
Ashwell Prince congratulates the Warriors for the victory, but says the Cobras will regroup as they hunt down the 4-Day Franchise trophy.
Cape Town Blitz fast bowler Anrich Nortje has been forced to withdraw from the inaugural Mzansi Super League due to an ankle injury and will be replaced by Highveld Lions left-arm seamer Nandre Burger.
Ashwell Prince is delighted with the character the Cape Cobras showed against the Dolphins.