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Trip of a lifetime for Kirsten’s 13

Teenagers from sandy Khayelitsha shine on the green fields of Weybridge Cricket Club, England

Slow-starting India can’t be written off

The visitors’ bowlers can clearly cause serious damage but it’s up to their batsmen to rebound

Proteas results prove that critics couldn’t rustle Domingo

The national cricket team's coach has grown into the role he inherited prematurely and is becoming less intransigent and more flexible.

Gone like Gary Kirsten, but the game goes on

The Proteas are also losing unsung coaching colossus Rob Walter, but SA cricket will survive.

‘I don’t do this job to win trophies,’ says Kirsten ahead of tour

Gary Kirsten says there is no easy recipe for success in the ICC Champions Trophy, ahead of his swansong tour as Proteas head coach.

Russell Domingo to take over from Kirsten as Proteas coach

Russell Domingo will take over as coach of the national cricket team from Gary Kirsten, Cricket South Africa has announced.

Kirsten wants to maintain Proteas’ consistency

While the third Test between SA and Pakistan is a dead rubber, no extra motivation is required for the players, says Proteas' coach Gary Kirsten.

Coach Kirsten lauds Proteas’ achievement

What the SA cricket team has achieved over a sustainable period of time has been nothing short of remarkable, Proteas coach Gary Kirsten has said.

Proteas: The final leg of the Test run

The Proteas have been fed on marathon metaphors. Can they now go the distance?

Smith plays banter with a straight bat

South African captain says it is the individuals' choice whether they respond to on-field Aussie chirps or not, writes Neil Manthorp from Adelaide.

Have a ball but don’t go out, says Kirsten

When it comes to crunch time, Gary Kirsten believes a relaxed, mentally fit squad will have the edge over opponents, writes Neil Manthorp

Success is a valid expectation for Graeme Smith

Despite being pitted against his former coach, Proteas captain Graeme Smith is in a bullish mood, writes Neil Manthorp.

Buck up, AB, and ditch the self-doubt

Nobody had greater hopes and expectations than AB de Villiers when the Proteas arrived in Sri Lanka three weeks ago and nobody was more disappointed.

Sparkling Kallis sets a shining example

Jacques Kallis is positively energised by something so simple that most of us take it for granted every day of our lives -- anonymity.

Proteas slip to third in ICC world rankings

South Africa has dropped to third, below England in first and Australia in second, on the ICC's world test cricket rankings.

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