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7 days ago
Smith rejects India whitewash forecast
Smith rejects India whitewash forecast
World Cricket

Steve Smith dismissed predictions that Australia face another series whitewash against India but admitted they had to show more fight.

7 days ago
Piedt: I think we must be less frantic and buckle up
Piedt: I think we must be less frantic and buckle up
Domestic Cricket

A second consecutive defeat could send the Cobras into a downward spiral with back-to-back games on the horizon, writes Zaahier Adams.

7 days ago
Unlucky No 13 for Proteas in Christchurch
Unlucky No 13 for Proteas in Christchurch
Proteas

It was unlucky No 13 for South Africa at the Hagley Oval with the Proteas going down by six runs to New Zealand in the second ODI in Christchurch.

7 days ago
Ton-up Taylor leads Black Caps batting revival
Ton-up Taylor leads Black Caps batting revival
Proteas

A record-breaking century from Ross Taylor steered New Zealand to an imposing 289 for four in the second ODI against South Africa.

7 days ago
Rabada out, Miller back as Proteas bowl first
Rabada out, Miller back as Proteas bowl first
Proteas

The visitors made three changes altogether to the team that opened the series with a four-wicket victory in Hamilton last Sunday.

8 days ago
India clinch ICC Women’s World Cup qualifiers final
India clinch ICC Women’s World Cup qualifiers final
Proteas

India secured a narrow win over the Proteas in the final of the ICC Women’s World Cup qualifying tournament in Sri Lanka on Tuesday.

8 days ago
Upton pledges to 'manage' Rabada
Upton pledges to 'manage' Rabada

Paddy Upton, coach of the Delhi Daredevils, has pledged to “manage” new R9.8m signing Kagiso Rabada’s workload in the fast bowler’s maiden IPL season.

8 days ago
Five infamous India-Australia cricket controversies
Five infamous India-Australia cricket controversies
World Cricket

Five previous flashpoints between India and Australia who begin a four-Test series in Pune.

8 days ago
Future looks bright as Proteas 'Young Guns' impress
Future looks bright as Proteas 'Young Guns' impress
Proteas

The world’s premier ODI outfit are currently breeding a crop of young players who are ready to take on the world, writes Zaahier Adams.

8 days ago
Philander returns for Cape Cobras, eyes Champions Trophy
Philander returns for Cape Cobras, eyes Champions Trophy
Domestic Cricket

Vernon Philander will bolster the Buildnat Cape Cobras in the Momentum One Day Cup match against the Warriors at Buffalo Park in East London.

8 days ago
Proteas ready to 'really fight' New Zealand
Proteas ready to 'really fight' New Zealand
Proteas

Proteas batting coach Neil McKenzie expects New Zealand to come out and “really fight” in the second ODI at Hagley Oval in Christchurch.

8 days ago
Sri Lanka's Dickwella banned after T20 dissent
Sri Lanka's Dickwella banned after T20 dissent
World Cricket

Sri Lanka's Niroshan Dickwella was suspended for two limited-overs matches after he was punished for dissent during their T20 win over Australia.

8 days ago
R9.8m has Rabada's world spinning
R9.8m has Rabada's world spinning
Proteas

Kagiso Rabada’s world continues to change faster than even the young paceman can deliver the ball, writes Zaahier Adams.

9 days ago
Phehlukwayo not the next Klusener – he’s Andile
Phehlukwayo not the next Klusener – he’s Andile
Proteas

Eyebrows were raised when he was brought into the national set-up but Andile Phehlukwayo has shown that he is the real deal, writes Ashfak Mohamed.

9 days ago
Proteas youngsters worth their weight in gold
Proteas youngsters worth their weight in gold
Proteas

Kagiso Rabada, Quinton de Kock and Andile Phehlukwayo have already brought a new dimension to the Proteas and proved their worth.

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