Wayne Parnell on the Proteas 66-run victory over Sussex in a warm-up match on Friday.
The Proteas crushed Sussex by 66 runs in their first of two warm-up games in England, led by a fierce Quinton de Kock ton.
The Proteas have cut India’s lead in the ICC Test rankings to only six points after the annual ICC rankings update.
Russell Domingo is adamant that the Proteas must stay in the moment throughout their England tour and not look too far ahead.
Vernon Philander will return for Sussex on 21 May, if all goes well with his rehabilitation.
South Africa’s top-order has failed miserably in New Zealand.
South Africa were 80-5 and trailed by 95 runs at stumps on day four of the series-deciding Test in Hamilton.
Colin de Grandhomme blasted 57 as New Zealand finished their first innings with a 175-run lead at tea on day four in Hamilton.
Kane Williamson finished on 176 as New Zealand crept to an 83-run lead at lunch on day four in Hamilton.
New Zealand have to show more urgency on day four if they’re to avoid drawing the third Test and losing the series.
South Africa still have a bit of work to do before they can crack open the beers to celebrate a Test series victory in New Zealand. The Proteas are 1-0 up in the three-match series and with two days to go in Hamilton, a draw seems the most obvious result. The bookies agree, with 4-10 being offered for that eventuality,… Read more →
Quinton de Kock showed why he should not be moved up the Proteas’ batting order.
New Zealand were 67-0 and trailed by 247 runs at stumps on day two in Hamilton.
The Proteas were 258-8 at tea on day two of the third Test against New Zealand in Hamilton.
Quinton de Kock hit an unbeaten 66 to steer South Africa to 243-7 at lunch on day two in Hamilton.