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Smith, Warner prepare for Australian return

The pair were welcomed back into the national fold for a pre-World Cup camp in Brisbane after serving year-long suspensions for "sandpapergate"

Australia bag hat-trick of women’s World T20 titles

Defending champions Australia powered to a six-wicket win over old foes England to win their third consecutive title in the women's World Twenty20.

Australia out of T20 World Cup

The pre-tournament favourites have put on a dismal display in Bangladesh in their fifth unsuccessful World Twenty20 campaign.

T20: SA secure commanding win over Pakistan

South Africa outclassed Pakistan with a commanding nine wicket win in the first Twenty20 international in Dubai.

Domingo ‘honoured’ to coach T20 Proteas

Proteas Twenty20 coach Russell Domingo is relishing the opportunity to take charge of the side for the first time.

Proteas: Spitting out the chokers tag

The Proteas are ready to make the right decisions when pressure builds in Sri Lanka during their World Twenty20 match.

India, Proteas prepare for one-off Twenty20 clash

India have arrived in South Africa for their one-off Twenty20 international at the Wanderers with their coach insisting the trip will be worthwhile.

Morné Morkel to head SA attack

Morné Morkel will spearhead the Proteas' pace assault against the touring Australians in Thursday's Twenty20 cricket clash.

Australia paceman Tait bows out of one-day cricket

Australia's Shaun Tait has retired from one-day cricket to concentrate on Twenty20 and preserve his career, he said in a statement on Monday.

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