South Africa was drawn into a tough pool for the T20 World Cup, which takes place in the UAE later this year.
RYAN VREDE rates the Proteas players on the strength of their performances against the West Indies.
If your objective is winning a major trophy, you have to pick the best available players. And if the Proteas want to win the T20 World Cup, they have to pick ‘freelancers’, writes RYAN VREDE.
As the humanitarian crisis in India deepens, so does the desperation of the organisers and franchise owners to plaster over their moral bankruptcy. This while the spineless ICC says nothing, writes RYAN VREDE.
AB de Villiers will turn the Proteas from T20 World Cup place fillers to title contenders. His inclusion in the squad is critical, despite what unsophisticated rationale rooted in ‘patriotism’ will tell you, writes RYAN VREDE.
There seems to be no clear cricket reason for the continued omission of Keshav Maharaj from the Proteas T20I set-up, writes SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE.
A series defeat by England was expected, but the Proteas are far from piecing together their T20I World Cup puzzle, writes SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE.
In the next month the game’s leaders have to make some of the biggest decisions of the last decade, writes RYAN VREDE.
The Proteas Women finally conquered England which comes as a major boost for their Women’s T20 World Cup, says Mignon du Preez.
Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed conceded seamer Andre Russell’s opening spell laid the foundation for the West Indies’ seven-wicket victory over Pakistan in Friday’s World Cup fixture at Trent Bridge in Nottingham.
The latest edition of the tournament, the sixth, will be the first standalone event, indicating the strides women’s cricket has made in the last decade.
After a golden 2016, when Caribbean cricket teams won three ICC world titles, the West Indies will host their second ICC Women’s World T20 this November.
Quinton de Kock has been included in the ICC World T20 team of the tournament, which was announced on Monday.
West Indies captain Darren Sammy was full of emotion at his post-match television interview after his side beat England by four wickets in the World T20 final on Sunday.
Marlon Samuels had less than flattering words for Ben Stokes and Shane Warne after his Man of the Match performance in the World T20 final on Sunday.