Fielder Ruturaj Gaikwad orchestrated a catch described as ‘outrageously brilliant’ by England fast bowler Stuart Broad, during a Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy match in India earlier this year.
Interim team director Enoch Nkwe and captain Quinton de Kock address the media after arriving in Dharamsala for the Proteas’ three T20Is against India this month.
Tuesday’s player draft for the 2019 edition of the Mzansi Super League has started.
Interim team director Enoch Nkwe has stressed the need for the Proteas to be fully prepared for September and October 2019’s tour of India
All-rounder Ben Stokes recovered from a fierce blow to the helmet to lead England to triumph in the third Ashes series Test with a sensational century at Headingley in Leeds.
England fast bowler Jofra Archer continued to win friends – on and off the field – on Friday. He returned a ball to the crowd during the third Ashes Test, prompting cries of ‘Arise, Sir Jofra’.
The South African-born Marnus Labuschagne returned to Australia’s XI after substituting the concussed Steven Smith during the second Ashes series Test at Lord’s in London last week.
Former Proteas captain AB de Villiers has been bestowed honorary life membership at the Marylebone Cricket Club, which owns Lord’s in London.
South African Colin Ackermann claimed world-record figures of 7-14 in Leicestershire’s 55-run victory over the Birmingham Bears at Grace Road.
Cricket South Africa chief executive officer Thabang Moroe and acting director of cricket Corrie van Zyl address the media about the new Proteas structure.
Proteas seamer Vernon Philander won the Delivery of the Year accolade at the Cricket South Africa awards in Pretoria on Saturday.
The International Cricket Council mistook former Proteas seamer Charl Langeveldt for countryman Andrew Hall on Wednesday.
The International Cricket Council has introduced the World Test Championship, which will start with the series opener between England and Australia at Edgbaston in Birmingham on 1 August 2019.
Proteas leg-spinner Imran Tahir dismissed former national captain AB de Villiers during Tuesday’s T20 Blast fixture between Surrey and Middlesex at The Oval in London.
AB de Villiers feels the crowds around England are generally more knowledgeable about the game of cricket than in most parts of the world, ‘including South Africa’.