Quinton de Kock

 
Bowlers incite our bloodlust
Bowlers incite our bloodlust
The Proteas attack has turned us into bloodthirsty fiends. A crowd baying for blood with every ball.
De Kock puts the Proteas on top, warns clean sweep will be 'tough'
De Kock puts the Proteas on top, warns clean sweep will be 'tough'
Quinton de Kock hit an imperious century to put the Proteas in a powerful position on the third day of the third and final Test against Pakistan at...
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...
De Kock: That other fellow up there with the great Kohli and Amla
De Kock: That other fellow up there with the great Kohli and Amla
India’s Test captain and most popular pin-up poster boy (now that Sachin Tendulkar has retired) has endorsement and sponsorship contracts worth at...
Proteas harvest the spoils on Indian soil
Proteas harvest the spoils on Indian soil
A cacophony of white noise hovers constantly around Indian cricket. So much so that it makes the Proteas’ brilliant performances on tour so far...
De Cocky gets a lesson in humility
De Cocky gets a lesson in humility
The absence of AB de Villiers and the absence of form in his fellow geniuses, Hashim Amla and Dale Steyn, allowed another crucial member of the...
R&R gives Proteas a major break
R&R gives Proteas a major break
South Africa's stunning seven-wicket victory against Australia in their opening game of the Triangular series at the Harare Sports Club raised...
De Kock scores historic three centuries in a row
De Kock scores historic three centuries in a row
Quinton de Kock again was the star attraction as he scored his third century in a row to lift the Proteas to 301 for 8 in their 50 overs, in the...
SA seal India series win with 134 runs
SA seal India series win with 134 runs
Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla both shared centuries before four wickets from Lonwabo Tsotsobe helped the Proteas take an unassailable 2-0 series...
Proteas shape up for games to come
Proteas shape up for games to come
South Africa's opening T20 victory against Pakistan at the Wanderers on Wednesday night owed as much to good fortune as it did to the Duckworth-Lewis method, which decreed them victory by just five runs with Pakistan still eight wickets to the good, needing 94 further runs from 65...

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