Wayne Parnell starred with bat and ball but couldn’t prevent the Balkh Legends from defeating Kabul Zwanan by four wickets with 11 balls in hand to take the inaugural Afghanistan Premier League title in Sharjah.
Wayne Parnell’s limited availability for the Cape Cobras (and his Kolpak-ineligibility for South Africa) are behind the Cobras’ decision to part ways with the all-rounder.
George Linde’s six wickets wrapped up a 67-run victory for the Cape Cobras over the Warriors in their One-Day Cup match in Oudtshoorn.
Kagiso Rabada has climbed two spots in the ICC Test rankings for bowlers to reach a career-best third place.
Aiden Markram, cruelly denied a hundred on debut by a run-out last time out, passed the magic milestone in Bloemfontein as the Proteas went to tea on 256-1.
The Proteas lost the toss and were again invited to bat in the second Test against Bangladesh in Bloemfontein.
The wicket and the pace bowlers are the key focuses in the second Test in Bloemfontein against Bangladesh, starting Friday.
Aiden Markram, the Titans’ wunderkind captain, will make his Test debut against Bangladesh on 28 September.
Wayne Parnell took 2-26 in the Tridents’ two-wicket defeat to league leaders, the Trinbago Knight Riders, on Saturday.
Wayne Parnell took 3-28 to help the Barbados Tridents restrict the St Lucia Stars to 129-6 and claim a 21-run victory (D/L method).
Proteas all-rounder Wayne Parnell believes he’s finally earned the right to call the opening bowler slot his own.
Wayne Parnell on the Proteas 66-run victory over Sussex in a warm-up match on Friday.
Wayne Parnell has passed a late fitness test ahead of Kent’s One Day Cup match at home to Sussex on Friday.
Wayne Parnell was taken to hospital on Tuesday, after experiencing pain in his chest playing for Kent in the One Day Cup.
Wayne Parnell took the most wickets in the 2009 Champions Trophy, despite the Proteas failing to make it past the group stages.