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‘Friendly’ Aussies ready for hostile tour

Coach Justin Langer and captain Aaron Finch are hopeful the game will be played in good spirits despite the expectation of crowd jeers

Past Proteas run the rule over new-look team

The South African side showed a mixed bag against England in the ODI series, and now have three T20s to build on the positive aspects

From De Kock the dasher to Quinny the dutiful

Quinton de Kock’s cricketing brain has made him South Africa’s new ODI skipper. But if his batting genius is to win games on its own, first he must give up the keeper’s gloves.

Cricket SA’s myopic new hierarchy

The English Tests have offered some promising performances but there’s little reason to be excited about the future of the Proteas

Light at the end of the tunnel for Boucher

The doctor treating former South Africa wicketkeeper Mark Boucher says he could regain some vision in his left eye and play again.

Proteas have to keep the Boucher spirit

Wicketkeeper Mark Boucher's injury might have ironically given the Proteas the extra edge they need to face England, writes Neil Manthorp.

Determined Boucher was one to rally the troops

South Africa lost one of its most prized cricketing assets when Mark Boucher was forced to call time on his cricket career, writes Nickolaus Bauer.

Tsolekile steps in for retired Boucher

Highveld Lions wicketkeeper Thami Tsolekile has been recalled to the Proteas, after eight years in the wilderness, as a replacement for Mark Boucher.

Boucher bows out of international cricket

Veteran Proteas wicketkeeper Mark Boucher has announced his retirement from international cricket after undergoing surgery on his left eye.

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