South Africa’s second and final World Cup warm-up fixture will be against the West Indies in Bristol on Sunday.
AB de Villiers has announced plans to release his autobiography in November this year.
My involvement in the IPL has prevented him from dealing with the disappointment of South Africa’s World Cup campaign, says Dale Steyn.
Andrew Hudson says he has no regrets about his five-year tenure as South Africa’s convenor of selectors, writes Kobus Pretorius.
As we close the chapter on the team selection controversy that has defined South Africa’s World Cup campaign, here is the transcript of the interview Mike Horn gave two South African journalists in China last week who he claimed quoted him out of context.
An investigation by Cricket South Africa has confirmed there was no political interference in team selections for the Proteas’ semi-final against New Zealand.
Mike Horn, who was with the Proteas at the World Cup as a high performance and ‘mental’ coach, has admitted that the team that played in the semi-final against New Zealand was changed to meet unofficial quota requirements.
Opening batsman Quinton de Kock is eager to find some consolation and comfort in a successful Indian Premier League campaign, shortly after South Africa’s disappointing World Cup exit. De Kock endured a poor stretch of form in Australia and New Zealand last month, scoring a mere 145 runs in eight innings prior to the Proteas’ semi-final exit to the Black… Read more →
The Cricket World Cup produced one winner and so did our brilliant PlayFantasy game. Kal-El’s-Klobbers won R10 000 cash by finishing top of the rankings with 236.5 points.
Cricket South Africa CEO Haroon Lorgat allegedly told Proteas coach Russell Domingo, via an SMS, to drop a white player, just hours before South Africa were due to face New Zealand in the World Cup semi-final.
The World Cup is over and Australia are the champions. Kobus Pretorius picks five things we learned from the 2015 tournament.
ICC chairman N Srinivasan has said cricket’s governing body was committed to spending $300 million on Associate countries, reports ESPNCricinfo.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced the official team of the 2015 Cricket World Cup on Monday with Brendon McCullum as its captain.
Australia captain Michael Clarke said his next target after winning the World Cup in his last one-day international on Sunday was to take his team back to the top of the Test rankings.
Here are the latest World Cup statistics after Australia’s victory over New Zealand in the final on Sunday. It was a batsman’s tournament with a record 37 hundreds – including an unbeaten 237 by Martin Guptill, 215 by Chris Gayle, the fastest World Cup 50 ever and the highest team score at a World Cup. For the bowlers there were two hat-tricks, four five-fors, one… Read more →