Windies captain Jason Holder currently holds the second best Test bowling average in a calendar year for the last 100 years, having taken 33 wickets at an average of 12.39 in 2018.
Playing in his eighth T20I for South Africa, Dane Paterson took two key wickets against Zimbabwe at Senwes Park to earn the Player of the Match honours and set up a six-wicket win for the Proteas.
Leg-spinner Imran Tahir relished bowling with the new ball, as South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 34 runs in Tuesday’s first Twenty20 International against Zimbabwe at Buffalo Park in East London.
Bilal Asif was the pick of the bowlers for Pakistan as his 6-36 on Test debut helped his team secure a 280-run first-innings lead after dismissing Australia for 202 runs.
Clayton August was at his destructive best for Easterns against Boland as the seasoned left-hander picked up 4-31 in the first innings to reach 200 first-class wickets in the CSA 3-Day Provincial Cup match at Benoni, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
Lungi Ngidi continues to make his mark on the international stage as his sensational bowling helped South Africa bowl Zimbabwe out for just 117 runs in the first ODI in Kimberley.
A devastating five-for from Alfred Mothoa handed the Titans the advantage at the end of day one of the 4-Day Franchise Series season against the Dolphins in Centurion on Wednesday.
When India A bowler Shahbaz Nadeem took a sensational eight wickets for 10 runs for Jharkhand to break the all-time List A record, it included a hat-trick he didn’t even know about.
Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan has clinched 100 ODI wickets – in a mere 44 matches.
South African seamer Marizanne Kapp has become the 18th women’s cricketer to snare 100 wickets in ODI competition.
Former South Africa fast bowler Kyle Abbott took a hat-trick as Hampshire completed a convincing 114-run victory over Worcestershire at New Road this week.
Nepal’s teenage sensation Sandeep Lamichhane almost bowled his side to a surprise win against Hong Kong.
Giant paceman Mohammad Irfan recorded the greatest ever spell of T20 bowling in history.
Morne Morkel took six wickets in a thrilling win for Surrey over Lancashire and enhanced his status as a cutting-edge leader.
Rory Kleinveldt ripped through the Middlesex top order to spark a follow-on.