If cricket is a gentleman’s game, Hashim Amla will always be the living, breathing example of what that stands for, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Hashim Amla remained upbeat about the Proteas’ chances to win the last six games, despite their winless start to the World Cup, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Hashim Amla needs to show some form in the Proteas’ warm-up matches ahead of their World Cup opener against England, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Ottis Gibson says Hashim Amla felt desperate to burst the ‘T20 bubble’ so he could reset his mindset ahead of the World Cup, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Hashim Amla has made himself unavailable for the Cobras’ last few CSA T20 Challenge matches to ‘fine-tune’ his batting for the World Cup.
Hashim Amla will miss the Cobras’ CSA T20 clash against the Knights on Monday and has flown back to Durban to be with his ill father.
So, the weight of 174 ODIs, nearly 8,000 runs, 27 hundreds, a batting average of 49.27 and a slew of records counted in favour of Hashim Amla’s selection ahead of Reeza Hendricks for the World Cup, writes GARY LEMKE.
Hashim Amla’s unbeaten 63 and Dean Elgar’s 50 helped the Proteas seal a six-wicket Boxing Day Test win against Pakistan in Centurion, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Proteas star spinner Imran Tahir is at the top of his game as the Proteas head into key series against Pakistan and Sri Lanka, at the same time gearing up for their greatest challenge: Mission Cricket World Cup 2019.
One of Durban’s favourite cricketing sons Hashim Amla is fit and raring to go following a long injury lay-off when the Durban Heat kick off their Mzansi Super League campaign against the Cape Town Blitz at Kingsmead on Sunday.
Hashim Amla speaks to East Coast Radio about his ambitions ahead of his debut as the marquee player for the Durban Heat in the Mzansi Super League.
Dean Elgar has been added to the Proteas’ ODI squad to take on Zimbabwe in place of the injured Hashim Amla.
Moving Hashim Amla to No 3 could solve the Proteas’ batting frailties, but would it be a ludicrous decision? Asks KHALID MOHIDIN.
Martin Guptill’s 73 was in vain as Jamaica Tallawahs beat Barbados Tridents by five wickets.
South Africa’s premier batsman Hashim Amla still has an appetite for runs which suggests he is nowhere near finished his job for the Proteas.