Proteas spinner Imran Tahir has signed a three-year deal with Wedgwood Cricket Club in Barlaston.
Former Proteas spinner Imran Tahir scored an unbeaten 52 off 19 balls as the World Giants beat the India Maharajas in the Legends Cricket League.
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All-rounder Chris Morris has spoken out about his omission from the Proteas’ squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup.
The Proteas selectors seem to have moved on from Imran Tahir. However, after his heroics in The Hundred he has re-entered a World Cup squad conversation with him controlling his international future, writes RYAN VREDE.
Imran Tahir has shown he is still one of the best bowlers in the world by becoming the first player to take a hat-trick in The Hundred on Monday.
The IPL 2021 season has been suspended with immediate effect by the BCCI due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis in India. CARL LEWIS reflects on the performance of each South African.
On the day of his 42nd birthday, why not watch some of the very best pieces of bowling and celebrations by former Proteas spinner Imran Tahir?
In the second part of a new series, SA Cricket magazine looks at the most influential bowlers who could swing the momentum of a match. Here are our five best game-changing bowlers of all time.
Imran Tahir will play for the Melbourne Rebels in the Big Bash League.
Imran Tahir took some time after the Super Kings’ match against the Rajasthan Royals to show young Riyan Parag a few tricks of the trade.
Relive this emphatic bowling performance by Imran Tahir in 2016, when he took seven wickets in the Proteas’ Tri-Series clash with the West Indies in St Kitts and Nevis.
JP Duminy and Imran Tahir share what they are going to miss about ODI cricket.
After 106 ODIs in which he wheeled off in wild celebrations after claiming 172 wickets, Imran Tahir is ready to play his last 50-over game for South Africa, writes DANIEL GALLAN.
The Proteas’ World Cup woes should not overshadow a much-needed grand farewell for the one-of-a-kind Imran Tahir, writes CRAIG LEWIS.