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  • Daryl Harper - Smiling because he means it

    Daryl Harper Smiled, because he believes it


    It took him nearly two decades, but Daryl Harper finally had his closure. It aptly came at the Adelaide Oval too, even if from an unlikely source. It was here ...

  • Wakley assures honesty, hunger and drive to lead Northants back from the brink

    Wakley ensures the Justice, of hunger and its Training, Northants back from the Abyss


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  • The T20 Revolution - The Freelancers

    The T20 Revolution, The Liberal Professions


    During the IPL's 12th edition, Cricbuzz is publishing a five-part series looking at the broader picture of how Twenty20 is shaping cricket's future. The first instalment, which ...

  • The meaning of the World Cup

    The Importance of the world cup


    Virat Kohli crossed a Rubicon in March when he led his Indian team out in an ODI against Australia wearing camouflage-style caps. Sanctioned by the ICC, fully endorsed by ...

  • The scars of Auckland 2015

    The Scars of Auckland 2015


    Four years on from the match that has come to define a generation of South African cricket, one moment still stands out clearly for Russell Domingo. It was late at ...

  • How the participants of the T20 WC Qualifier stack up

    As the Participants at the T20 WC Qualifier stack up


    Group AWith seedings for the groups based on T20I rankings immediately ahead of the draw in August, Group A, which will be based in Dubai for the Group phase, is ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • The back-country Sheriff dousing CSA flames

    The back-country Sheriff to pay the CSA Flames


    Success at the Titans has made Faul one of the most sought-after administrators in the country Jacques Faul, who started his second term as Cricket South Africa's (CSA) ...

  • The Great Migration

    The Great Migration


    SA's Michael Rippon took up the opportunity at Sussex, played second XI matches, represented Netherlands and then ended up at New Zealand domestic side Otago Volts Michael Rippon admits ...

  • When data met humanity - coaching in the 2010s

    If the Data meets the Humanity of coaching in the Years 2010


    The analytical aspect of coaching evolved rapidly during the 2010s The title of the book that Jason Gillespie is reading during his Big Bash travels may or may not surprise ...

  • The rocks in perpetual motion

    The Rocks, in the Eternal Movement


    The leadership triumvirate - Mignon du Preez (former captain, SACA), Marizanne Kapp and Dane van Niekerk If the suits at Cricket South Africa (CSA) had expected Marizanne Kapp to turn up ...

  • 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, ...

  • The curious case of Markram: a star in the making, now for six years

    The strange Case of Markram: a Star in the making, the six-Year


    Only Elgar (r) has more captaincies to his credit than Markram among the leadership hopefuls. A lot can happen in six years of a top player's career, especially in ...

  • A victim of their times, one way or another

    Victims of Their Time, one Way or another


    Rabada's journey has been different from Krom Hendricks, who was once overlooked in South Africa because he wasn't white enough. But does that mean the times have changed? ...

  • The many shades of black on cricket's grey, unlevel playing field

    The many Shades of black-and-cricket's-Grey, the inequality of Conditions


    The BLM movement has brought the gaping inequality in South African society - and cricket - even closer to the forefront. Dorothy Tsotsobe is formidable. Not solely because she is a woman, ...

  • Low-profile Derbyshire happy to stay under the radar

    Low profile Derbyshire willingly under the radar to stay


    Derbyshire are used to being written off. It comes with the territory for a small club in the shadow of more illustrious counties nearby. It's probably fair too, given ...

  • Origins of the World Cup: How it all began

    The Origins of the world Cup: How it all began


    Be it big businesses or major breakthroughs in science and technology, they have all started with a vague idea or in the backdrop of humble beginnings. Dreaming big is the ...

  • South Africa no longer hold a strong hand of cards

    South Africa, not more, a strong hand of Cards


    Better than any other nation, South Africa know the power of the cricket photograph. The collage of their World Cup exits has become iconic, each image telling its own different ...

  • Lure of Kolpak deals and T20 circuit areas of big concern for South African cricket - Faf du Plessis

    Loops Kolpak Offers and T20-Circuit Areas of major Concern for the south-cricket - Faf du Plessis


    As South Africa's 2019 World Cup campaign is set to finish on an underwhelming note - irrespective of Saturday's result - the next thing on captain Faf du Plessis's ...

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