Former Proteas fast bowler Hardus Viljoen delighted in the dismissal of Pakistan big-hitter Shahid Afridi as the Northern Warriors beat the Pakhtoons in the final of Sharjah’s T10 League on Sunday.
Former Proteas all-rounder David Wiese has signed a contract extension with Sussex.
Former Proteas fast bowler Hardus Viljoen took the most wickets in Sharjah’s T10 League, which ended on Sunday.
Superstar batsman AB de Villiers believes that his Tshwane Spartans might have enough to be top contenders for the Mzansi Super League tournament set to start next Friday, 16 November.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Giants will be on a mission to win over the local cricket fans when the Mzansi Super League gets underway in South Africa later this month.
Pakistan stamped their dominance over Australia in Abu Dhabi in the second and final Test to secure a 1-0 series win over the Baggy Greens.
Pakistan are on the brink of securing an emphatic victory over Australia in the first Test match in Dubai, thanks to a terrific 12-ball spell from Mohammad Abbas.
The South African-born Ryan ten Doeschate carried Essex to a tight one-wicket win over Surrey in the County Championship Divsion One at The Oval in London on Thursday.
Eoin Morgan’s blistering 67 off 30 balls set the pace as England smashed a world record of 481-6 in an ODI against Australia at Trent Bridge.
Hilton Moreeng says the Proteas Women must be wary of England’s fightback as they aim to clinch an ODI series against them for the first time.
Cricket Australia will meet on Friday to decide whether Justin Langer will be appointed as the national coach.
Temba Bavuma’s 10th half-century kept the Proteas in charge as they reached 400-7 by lunch on day two at the Wanderers.
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland says the three players sent home were the only ones involved in tampering with the ball on day three of the third Test at Newlands.
Australia picked up four quick wickets as they pegged South Africa back on day two of the second Test at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth.
South Africa scored 43 runs between lunch and tea as the Australian seamers put on the brakes on day two of the second Test in Port Elizabeth.