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Proteas change it up to blossom again

The Proteas have entered the England ODI series with nine changes from their World Cup line-up, as well as a new captain. It’s paying off, so far

Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 gets a venue upgrade

Next year’s Women’s Cricket World Cup final will be played at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval in New Zealand, it was announced on...

Protea implosion – What do SA’s cricketing men live by?

The past year has been CSA’s annus horribilis

CSA: A bee in my binnet

Just when you thought it couldn’t get worse, the Official Proteas Supporters Club emailed its fans

Just short of finding the Edge

It’s hard to get behind the cause of the English cricketers in this new documentary about their rise, but it’s an entertaining watch, nonetheless

The greatest show — so sit up and pay up

The Women’s World Cup was an unprecedented success. Despite the incredible entertainment and value, the women’s game still faces massive challenges

World Cup’s his and hers moment

'The revolution has spilled onto the screen'

Jofra Archer, the latest English star from afar

The Barbados-born fast bowler has won English hearts, but Archer’s worlds will collide when the West Indies and England meet

World Cup Week 1: What we’ve learned

After a week of entertainment we’re still trying to figure out what the pecking order is in this medley

Aussies playing dead until World Cup comes to life

The most successful team in Cricket World Cup history is out to shake off the shame of Sandpapergate

Cricket World Cup is anyone’s game

This year, there are a number of teams good enough to walk away with the title

No expectations on the Proteas may just be what they need

Instead of chokers, the team are being tagged as dark horses at this year’s Cricket World Cup

World Cup: It’s dull vs deadly

South Africans should be at least somewhat excited about the competition — but they’re not

Proteas confront World Cup demons

South Africa have reached the semi-finals in four of their seven World Cup campaigns but have yet to reach a final

Poor form puts Amla’s World Cup place in jeopardy

The Proteas batsman faces being axed from the Wrold Cup squad after a poor run of form against Sri Lanka

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