Richard Sydenham

Botha leads South Africa to victory over India

Off-spinner Johan Botha took three wickets to lead his team to a 12-run win over India on Tuesday, their fifth World Twenty20 victory in a row.

England suffer new low against South Africa

England recorded their lowest total in a T20 international as SA bowled them out for just 111 before easing to a seven-wicket win on Thursday.

Proteas gain 83-run lead over England

South Africa achieved a first innings lead of 83 runs after they were bowled out for 314 by England before lunch on the third day of the third Test.

Flintoff acknowledges ‘important hour’

Andrew Flintoff said his feisty bowling spell against South Africa on Thursday made all the rehab work after his fourth ankle operation worthwhile.

England lose quick wickets after solid start

The freak dismissal of Andrew Strauss sparked a collapse for England as they went to lunch on 82 for three after making a solid start.

Prince compares himself to Scholes and Owen

Ashwell Prince could have excelled at soccer given his belief that he has the temperament of Paul Scholes and the pace of Michael Owen.

Injured Steyn to miss third Test

SA fast bowler Dale Steyn, who has a broken left thumb, will miss the third Test and is doubtful for the fourth Test against England.

Prince puts South Africa in control

An Ashwell Prince century took SA past England's modest total as they went to tea on day two of the second Test on 262-4 at Headingley on Saturday.

Morkel and Steyn put Proteas on top

Pace bowlers Morne Morkel and Dale Steyn claimed four wickets apiece to help dismiss England for 203 on the first day of the second Test on Friday.

Morkel, Steyn combine to rout England

South Africa's Morne Morkel and Dale Steyn each claimed four wickets as England were dismissed for 203 at tea on the first day of the second Test.

SA pace attack puts England under pressure

South Africa exploited favourable bowling conditions to reduce England to 70 for three at lunch on the first morning of the second test at Headingley.

Pietersen blames batsmen as England lose series

Stand-in captain Kevin Pietersen on Saturday blamed England's batsmen for their 3-1 defeat to New Zealand in the one-day series.

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