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Kepler Wessels - Test centuries for two countries

Played for Greg Chappell's Australian team at Asgiriya in 1983: by Text-cricket for two countries ..... Kepler Christoffel Wessels, head the somewhat mixed reception of having the opportunity of playing test cricket for both South Africa and ... Sunday Observer, 3 weeks ago
Howzit MSN

Wessels doesn't want Proteas peaking too soon

Former captain Kepler Wessels has advised South Africa to prioritise preparation for next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand above climbing the International Cricket Council's ODI rankings this month. The Proteas climbed to second ...
 Howzit MSN1 month ago Wessels doesnt want Proteas peaking too soon  Big News Network1 month ago
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Amla and De Kock, the new invincible odd couple

SHANE Warne and Adam Gilchrist. Jonty Rhodes and Kepler Wessels. Muttiah Muralitharan and everyone who bowled with him. Cricket is not short on players who seem connected only by contrast but find a way to win together. Warne and Gilchrist hardly ...
 BDlive2 months ago Batting duo to set off Proteas fire  Daily Dispatch2 months ago

O'Keefe joins the foreign legion

Stephen O'Keefe joined a select group of players on Wednesday when he became the 438th man to play Test cricket for Australia. And he also joined two groups that are even more exclusive; Australia's left-arm spin bowlers, and overseas-born players ...
 Noodls22 hours ago
New Zealand Herald

Cricket: De Villiers' focus lifting Cup

Brilliant batsman relishing responsibility of getting Proteas hands on ultimate prize AB de Villiers' stats have spiked while leading South Africa in 49 ODIs, which he finds motivating. Photo / Strong personalities at the helm have ...
 New Zealand Herald6 days ago

I don't regret that I am remembered only for my fielding

When cricket aspirants across the world were busy prepping up either to shine with the bat or ball, Jonathan Neil Rhodes took the path less trodden. He made the less acknowledged aspect in cricketing, fielding, a phenomenon at the key position of ...
 Times of India1 week ago

In & Out: The gift of the drab: SA's commentator curse

Watching cricket on television as a boy, I used to think: Schucks, being a commentator must be one of the greatest jobs on the planet. Not only do broadcast commentators get to sit and drink whisky all day while watching their favourite sport at ...
 City Press3 weeks ago

Four-day cricket can't be neglected

Johannesburg: It may be the ugly cousin in comparison with the razzmatazz of T20 or especially in a World Cup season the colour and glamour of one-day cricket, but the four-day competition, that starts tomorrow, provides a crucial foundation for ...
 Daily News South Africa4 weeks ago

Jonty Rhodes - what if the leap to dismiss Inzamam had gone wrong

The image of Jonty Rhodes flying through the air to break the stumps of Inzamam-ul-Haq still lives on as one of the most fascinating memories of the cricket world. It made Rhodes a hero, a pin up boy of cricket, and redefined fielding forever.
 DNA India1 month ago
IOL

Pat Symcox tells of N2 rock ambush

Durban - Former Proteas spin-bowler turned estate agent, Pat Symcox, narrowly escaped death at the weekend when his bakkie hit a rock that had been placed in the middle of the N2. The accident happened about 300m from the Umtentweni toll plaza on ...
 IOL1 month ago
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