Proteas cricket

 
Punch-drunk Proteas must come out swinging in Southampton
Punch-drunk Proteas must come out swinging in Southampton
The Proteas, like former world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, were stunned by an opponent they thought they would easily knock out. Faf...
Sine’s a gift that will keep giving
Sine’s a gift that will keep giving
Neil Rogers, who describes himself as Sinethemba Qeshile’s “stand-in uncle”, tells a story that’s a metaphor for the new Proteas wicketkeeper-batsman’s career: “When he was about nine, Sine was left out of the cricket team at Gonubie Primary School and my son Kyle —...
Brexit stokes uncertainty in sport
Brexit stokes uncertainty in sport
The air of anxiety hangs too thick to be penetrated by the eyes that gaze towards a post-Brexit world. So much uncertainty over trade and movement...
Steyn leaves an indelible mark
Steyn leaves an indelible mark
Where do all the stumps, balls, shirts and other cricket paraphernalia stored as memorabilia go? 
Fast track bullies must learn Sri Lankan lesson
Fast track bullies must learn Sri Lankan lesson
Whisper it. Once the breath has been regained. The Proteas needed that reality-defying defeat at Kingsmead in the first Test of the two-match...
Proteas must dare to be elite
Proteas must dare to be elite
The Proteas Women must decide where they fit into the international cricket hierarchy. Are they worthy of concern Down Under? Or are they destined...
Sarfraz could learn from the Word Wizards of Oz
Sarfraz could learn from the Word Wizards of Oz
A good sledge needs to be heard and understood to be effective. After all, the point of uttering something witty or derogatory in the midst of...
Faf backs Amla to regain form
Faf backs Amla to regain form
Struggling Proteas batting star Hashim Amla will return to his number three position in the first Test against Pakistan, starting at SuperSport...
Proteas’ habitual arrogance belies their status
Proteas’ habitual arrogance belies their status
The crows in Sri Lanka are ubiquitous. The cynical suggest this is because of the bodies piled up during the 30-year civil war between the...
Disastrous day for Australia's new boys, Proteas move closer for a series win
Disastrous day for Australia's new boys, Proteas move closer for a series win
Australia's ball-tampering scandal came back to bite them when three replacement batsmen failed on a disastrous day for the tourists in the...
Fanie tipped off cameramen to Australia's shenanigans
Fanie tipped off cameramen to Australia's shenanigans
Former Proteas fast bowler Fanie de Villiers has suggested Australia’s ball-tampering in the third Test against South Africa at Newlands may...
ICC hit Rabada with series ban
ICC hit Rabada with series ban
Kagiso Rabada has been suspended for South Africa's next two Test matches after being found guilty of a Level 2 ICC Code of Conduct offence of...

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