Proteas star David Miller is dealing with his frustrations at not being able to play and practise during the lockdown, but the global star is upbeat that they will be back on the park sooner rather than later.
Proteas’ batsman David Miller and former Proteas’ fast-bowler Monde Zondeki have come together to pick a combined South African all-time ODI XI.
Proteas batsman David Miller is embracing his responsibility as one of the senior players in the limited-overs set-up.
The Proteas went into the third of five ODIs against Australia in 2016 with a 2-0 series lead, having comprehensively beaten the visitors at SuperSport Park and Wanderers.
Proteas batting star David Miller first appeared in SA Cricket magazine as a schoolboy in 2003, and 15 years later his latest appearance has him poised to be one of the kingpins in the Proteas’ push to claim the Cricket World Cup for South Africa in 2019.
Former Proteas spinner PAT SYMCOX says David Miller’s career-defining innings in the third ODI against Australia underlines that he can prove a match-winner for South Africa.
David Miller talks to the media after his match-winning innings of 139 against Australia in the third ODI in Hobart that set up a series win for the Proteas.
David Miller, the Proteas’ top-scorer in the second ODI against Australia at Adelaide, told the press of his side’s disappointment at not being able to finish the match off successfully against Australia.
The Proteas’ potential downfall in World Cup 2019 could be the failure of their batters to work through the gears, writes SIMON LEWIS.
David Miller is looking forward to the opportunity of batting at Potchefstroom in the second T20I against Zimbabwe.
David Miller has confirmed his decision not to play first-class cricket in South Africa.
With the group stages of the Caribbean Premier League now concluded, ANITHA MADIKIZELA looks at the top five performances by South African players during the tournament ahead of this week’s upcoming knockout stages.
Martin Guptill’s 73 was in vain as Jamaica Tallawahs beat Barbados Tridents by five wickets.
Power-hitter David Miller blazed 29 runs off the last 10 balls against St Lucia Stars.