Pakistan narrowly missed out on a World Cup semi-final berth despite comprehensively beating Bangladesh by 94 runs at Lord’s on Friday, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
While Test cricket remains the ultimate challenge, limited-overs batting has become another art altogether, and it’s something Cricket South Africa has to focus on ahead of the next World Cup, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
The Proteas’ World Cup woes should not overshadow a much-needed grand farewell for the one-of-a-kind Imran Tahir, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Captain Faf du Plessis admitted the Proteas set a total of around ’20 runs short’ as they plunged to a four-wicket defeat by New Zealand on Wednesday.
The board of control for cricket in India has countered suggestions that batsman Shikhar Dhawan has been ruled out of the ongoing World Cup in the United Kingdom.
Batsman Rohit Sharma insists that India won’t fixate on bowling short deliveries during Sunday’s World Cup match against Australia at The Oval in London.
Watch Proteas wicketkeeper-batsman Heinrich Klaasen’s net session for Royal Challengers Bangalore in Delhi.
The uncapped Donovan Ferreira has been named in the Titans squad for Wednesday’s CSA T20 Challenge fixture against the Cape Cobras at Willowmoore Park in Benoni.
Highlights of the incredible super-over win in the first T20I between the Proteas and Sri Lanka at Newlands.
Faf du Plessis’ pre- and post-match comments are really proving substantive lately – and speak of a future worthy of fans’ investment.
A long list of South Africans availed themselves to franchise bidders, but ultimately went unsold at Tuesday’s Indian Premier League auction in Jaipur.
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.
Nelson Mandela Bay Giants comfortably won their opening match of the Mzansi Super League over the power-packed Jozi Stars by five wickets with 12 balls to spare.