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  • What can South African cricket learn from rugby's success?

    What can south african cricket, learning from rugby'is it a Success?


    In the wake of the Springboks' remarkable 32-12 defeat of England in Yokohama on Saturday (November 2), a post-World Cup final meme started doing the rounds. It showed ...

  • Ben Stokes' belated welcome to South Africa

    Ben Stokes' delay of welcome to South Africa


    After Stokes' verbal spat with a spectator, England have requested additional security Barreling down the non-existent pavements of Corlett Drive in time to secure a decent seat at the ...

  • Jamieson's steep climb

    Jamieson's steep Climb


    Kyle Jamieson made his Test debut against India in the Wellington Test, and bagged three wickets on the opening day Michael Jamieson had already rejected his son's call twice ...

  • Tanvir and Choudhary - A fast bowling duet

    Tanvir and Choudhary - fast bowling Duo


    The last time Rajasthan General Trophy Knock-out game played was in 2011/12 - the season they went the way of all, in order to clinching the title. Aakash Chopra, ...

  • No light at the end of the tunnel for Sri Lankan cricket - Atapattu

    No Light at the End of the Tunnel for the Sri Lanka cricket Atapattu


    To mention that Sri Lankan cricket is currently in disarray may not be too far from an understatement. Following Sri Lanka's Test series loss to Australia - their third successive ...

  • Tanvir ul Haq - Charting his way to the top

    Tanvir ul-Haq Trace its Way to the Top


    Strike up a conversation with Tanvir ul Haq - Rajasthan, the highest wicket-taker in the ongoing General Trophy of the season - and the first thing that strikes you is his ...

  • Living the World Cup dream: The Masakadza Story

    Live the world cup Dream: The Story Masakadza


    What does the World Cup mean to you?Even at a time when ODI cricket is facing a recurring battle with context, the World Cup enjoys a pedestal position. It ...

  • A New Road to old-school charms of English cricket

    A New Road for the old-school English Charm of cricket


    They talk a lot about the past at New Road. They in fact revel in a form of unbridled nostalgia here. In a way, when they are not looking up ...

  • Gazing at the Crisis Cup

    View on the Crisis of the Cup


    Who's likely to have lesser things to worry about? Russell Domingo couldn't look sheepish if he tried. Not that he did try as he sat down behind the ...

  • Reality rings hollow for Van der Dussen and Bavuma

    Reality, and it rings hollow to Van der Dussen and Bavuma


    Rassie van der Dussen gave a good account of himself on debut, scoring a half-century If Rassie van der Dussen was playing in the real world, he would feel ...

  • Vernon Philander - The misunderstood quick who leaves behind a crater in SA attack

    Vernon galante way - The misunderstood, quickly Leaves behind a Crater of HIS Attack


    Philander's next cricket destination: Somerset Vernon Philander is too easy to caricature. You know the type: off-duty night club bouncer. Hardness in the eyes. Doesn't say much. ...

  • Something's new in store for Martin

    Something's new in store for Martin


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  • The special young man from Palmerstone North who just had it

    The young Man from Palmerstone North, who just had


    Ross Taylor is on the verge of a special milestone in Wellington where he is due to play his 100th Test "The game got played at his pace once Ross ...

  • Passion and drive sans the glamour - The Ewen Chatfield chronicles

    Passion and Drive without the glamour of The Ewen Chatfield Chronic


    The new pavilion at the Basin Reserve was commissioned in December 2018. About to get into the RA Vance Stand at Basin Reserve on Friday morning, an hour and a ...

  • Run, bounce and repeat, the Wagner code

    Run, jump, and repeat, Wagner code


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  • David Gower and the Goliath of change

    David Gower and the Goliath of Change


    Cricket has been good to Gower, and Gower has been good for cricket David Gower was bored. So bored. The empty room's silence had invaded his head, where it ...

  • Is Rassie van der Dussen South Africa's new Graeme Smith?

    Is Rassie van der Dussen South Africa's new Graeme Smith?


    Rassie van dere Dussen has captained in only one first-class match and a list A game You look like a captain, play like a captain, talk like a captain, ...

  • Smith, Pollock shoulder arms to Ntini's claims

    Smith, Pollock, Shoulder, Arm, Ntini's Rights


    In Ntini's 284 appearances across formats between 1998 and 2011, Shaun Pollock was his captain in 88 of them and Graeme Smith in 167 The captains in almost 90% ...

  • Graeme Smith digs in for the long haul at CSA


    Graeme Smith called for more co-operation within the organizational structure of the CSA You can take the cricketer out of Graeme Smith, but good luck taking Graeme Smith out ...

  • Timeworn Chennai both ruthless and ageless

    Timeworn of Chennai, both bold and timeless


    There's a photograph of MS Dhoni smiling and looking towards Shreyas Iyer at the toss. He looks at leisure but isn't his usual inert. He's clean-shaven ...

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