Bowling coach Morne Morkel has become the first man to quit Pakistan’s backroom staff following the team’s exit from the World Cup in India.
Formers Proteas fast bowler Morné Morkel squares up Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan during a net session.
CARL LEWIS takes a nostalgic look back at the Proteas’ last tour to West Indies when a Graeme Smith-led side won a three-match series 2-0.
Morne Morkel might have been more known for his fast-bowling ability during his 86 Test matches for the Proteas but in 2018 he proved against India just what a sound fielder he also is.
Former Proteas fast bowler Morne Morkel grabbed a double-wicket maiden for Surrey against Glamorgan in the Royal One Day Cup on Sunday.
Morne Morkel chats to Shaun Pollock and Pommie Mbangwa at Newlands.
Morne Morkel took six wickets in a thrilling win for Surrey over Lancashire and enhanced his status as a cutting-edge leader.
Morne Morkel blasted through the Yorkshire line-up to set a winning position for Surrey on day three of their County Championship at Scarborough.
Rilee Rossouw scored a belligerent, unbeaten 120 to push Hampshire to 451 in their County Championship match against Dane Vilas’ Lancashire in Manchester.
Morne Morkel took 4-36 as Surrey beat Somerset by an innings and 69 runs in a remarkable County Championship match in Guildford.
It was a bittersweet introduction to the county scene for Morne Morkel, who produced a magnificent bowling performance in a losing cause as Surrey went down by 220 runs in the One-Day Cup.
Morne Morkel bowled seven overs for Surrey’s seconds as he returned to action for the first time since being injured in the fourth Test against Australia in early April.
Morne Morkel hopes to begin his new life as a Kolpak player with Surrey in June.
Surrey confirmed the Kolpak signing of Morne Morkel until the end of the 2019 county season.
Morne Morkel’s farewell will spark a snowball effect with the 2019 ICC World Cup set to be the valedictory for key senior players in the Test side.