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Morris impressive as Black Caps tail wags
Morris impressive as Black Caps tail wags
Proteas

New Zealand’s tail wagged brilliantly to push the hosts to in excess of 200 runs in the rain-affected first ODI at Seddon Park on Sunday.

25h
Flowing De Bruyn ton sets up Knights win
Flowing De Bruyn ton sets up Knights win
Domestic Cricket

A classy century by captain Theunis de Bruyn paved the way for the Knights to begin the One-Day Cup with a bonus-point victory ...

30h
AB: Proteas belief as high as ever
AB: Proteas belief as high as ever
Proteas

“It’s definitely a build-up towards the Champions Trophy, it’s a big goal of ours to go there and win that tournament.”

1 day ago
Brilliant Frylinck drills Dolphins to victory
Brilliant Frylinck drills Dolphins to victory
Domestic Cricket

A brazen Robbie Frylinck slugged the Dolphins to a terrific, five-wicket victory over the Titans in the opening match of the Momentum One-Day Cup.

1 day ago
Proteas women qualify for World Cup
Proteas women qualify for World Cup
Proteas

The Proteas have beaten hosts, Sri Lanka by a comprehensive nine wickets to qualify for the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup.

2 days ago
Cobras growing in confidence
Cobras growing in confidence
Domestic Cricket

The Cobras go into the heart of the den as they seek to burst the bubble of bliss currently floating in Bloemfontein, writes Lungani Zama.

2 days ago
Sri Lanka beat Australia off last ball to win first T20
Sri Lanka beat Australia off last ball to win first T20
World Cricket

Chamara Kapugedera smashed a four off the last ball to give Sri Lanka a thrilling five-wicket victory over Australia in their first T20 at the MCG.

2 days ago
Faf pleased with Eden Park performance
Faf pleased with Eden Park performance
Proteas

Proteas captain Faf du Plessis says it was “quite nice coming back here and winning” after the T20 thrashing of the Black Caps at Eden Park.

2 days ago
Tahir's five-for has Kiwis in a spin
Tahir's five-for has Kiwis in a spin
Proteas

Imran Tahir showed off his world number one T20 bowler status to the New Zealand public with a stirring five-wicket haul at Eden Park on Friday.

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