In part two of the series, SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE explains why a West Indies icon’s calendar-year runs mean more than the man who holds that record.
In the first piece of a two-part series, SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE dissects the records of the top five Test run-scorers in a calendar year, and re-ranks them according to difficulty and significance.
Former Australia skipper Michael Clarke has named AB de Villiers and Jacques Kallis among the seven best batsmen he’s ever played with and against.
Australian Test captain Tim Paine has responded to former Aussie skipper Michael Clarke’s criticism of the new and friendlier team culture by asserting that his side isn’t following a friends-first policy.
Former Aussie cricketer Simon Katich has turned the spotlight back on Australia’s own actions in response to former captain Michael Clarke’s criticism of Australia’s new brand of ‘nice’ cricket.
Steve Smith will miss the final Test against South Africa at the Wanderers for his role in the ball-tampering saga that engulfed the Australian team on the weekend.
Michael Clarke has indicated that he would be open to returning as Australia captain if Steve Smith, as expected, is sacked.
Former Australia captain Michael Clarke says he feels for Cameron Bancroft because of his inexperience.
Ex-Australia captain, Michael Clarke, speaks about the difficulty of captaining against Hashim Amla.
Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke has offered assistance to his successor Steve Smith in the wake of their series defeat to the Proteas.
Former Australia captain Michael Clarke’s XI is certainly a competitive one, but were any South Africans included?
As Australia captain Michael Clarke walks away from Test cricket after 115 Test matches, we look back at the 14 he played against South Africa.
The Afghan fairytale hit reality when they were crushed by 105 runs in their Group A World Cup match by Bangladesh in Canberra on Wednesday.