RYAN VREDE rates the Proteas players on the strength of their performances against the West Indies.
There was lots to like about the Proteas’ bowling performance in the West Indies series, but plenty to be concerned about batting-wise, particularly an impotent middle order, writes RYAN VREDE.
Fast bowler Anrich Nortje is adamant that the Proteas can make a complete turnaround against the West Indies to win their first T20I series in two years.
It was a weekend of worry and a little hope but the overwhelming sense is that, with just nine T20I matches to go before the World Cup, the Proteas are in trouble, writes RYAN VREDE.
Check out the highlights as the Proteas claimed a morale-boosting victory over the West Indies in the second T20I this past Sunday.
Relive Keshav Maharaj’s hat-trick heroics that helped seal a 2-0 series victory over the West Indies for the Proteas.
Cricket South Africa has congratulated the Proteas on their dominant 2-0 series win over the West Indies in the Test series which finished in St Lucia on Monday.
Following the Proteas’ 2-0 series win over the West Indies, CARL LEWIS covers the biggest talking points and takeaways from the Test matches.
The West Indies are chasing 324 for victory over the Proteas. Follow the live action below:
A gutsy partnership in St Lucia suggests a fighting spirit is brewing, but the Proteas’ batting inconsistency remains the biggest threat to their ascension in the Test rankings, writes RYAN VREDE.
The entire morning session was lost due to the wet outfield but the afternoon more than made up for that in terms of action. South Africa lost six wickets for just 63 runs in one rain-shortened session on day three in St. Lucia but maintain their healthy lead.
Quinton de Kock’s great innings and the Proteas bowlers’ domination will see South Africa take a massive lead into day three against the West Indies.
Quinton de Kock led a resolute effort as South Africa lost just one wicket in advancing to 205 for five, a lead of 108 runs, at lunch on the second day of the first Test against the West Indies in St Lucia on Friday.
The Proteas’ seamers produced a performance that was reminiscent of the high standard the country’s best attacks have set. It stirred hope of a future that will feel familiar, writes RYAN VREDE.
Check out this snippet as Pommie Mbangwa and Ian Bishop chat about all things cricket.