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Jofra Archer, the latest English star from afar

The Barbados-born fast bowler has won English hearts, but Archer’s worlds will collide when the West Indies and England meet

Cricket SA torpedoes review panel before it starts

The suspicious timing of the announcement shows the CSA is clearly in the game of not taking cricket fans seriously.

Island life no breeze with much at stake

As the tri-series begins, the value of international cricket fixtures is coming under closer scrutiny.

New Zealand beats Windies by 143 runs to reach World Cup semis

New Zealand's Martin Guptill became the latest batsman to make Cricket World Cup history with an innings of 237 not out in a total of 393-6.

Holder survives trial by fire as West Indies Captain

Amid the excitements and plot twists of the pool stage of the Cricket World Cup, a small but compelling drama has played out off-stage.

Proteas bring the fire in 257-run victory over West Indies

Captain AB de Villiers took his team to a sterling victory against the West Indies, with his 162 from a mere 66-ball knock.

Record breaker de Villiers takes SA to 408 against West Indies

The South African captain brought the Protea Fire with a record-breaking 64-ball 150, which is the fastest in One Day International history.

Gayle blasts records in victory against Zim

Chris Gayle lifted the West Indies to 372-2 against Zimbabwe in a Pool B match at the Cricket World Cup.

Russell blasts Windies to thrilling one-wicket win

The West Indies gained their first win in the five-match cricket ODI series after they looked doomed to defeat several times.

AB de Villiers: Timing and luck led to smashing victory

The Proteas ODI captain's knock of 149 of 44 balls was a combination of the two factors, and he won't try and repeat it in the next game.

Windies blown away by Proteas in ODI opener

AB de Villiers led his side to a comfortable 61-run Duckworth-Lewis victory over West Indies in their one-day international match in Durban on Friday.

Proteas look to claim series after Windies fall apart

West Indies's batting order fell apart as the Proteas, taking the last six wickets in 13 runs, proved why South Africa was on top internationally.

Amla, De Villiers brave stronger Windies in Cape Town

South Africa's Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers notched up an unbeaten 70-run stand to leave the Proteas well-placed in the second Test at Newlands.

ODIs will see the Windies beefed up

More than ever, international cricket needs the team to take its place among the best once again.

Pirates who bowled over Babylon

Forty years ago, West Indies cricket and reggae music launched a dual assault on the citadels of the West.

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