So the dream is over. There will be no record-equalling sixth World Cup for the great Jacques Henry Kallis, although he will continue to play competitive T20 cricket in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and for Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash League, ... Mail & Guardian Online, 1 month ago
Colombo The make-up of the South African team for tomorrow's second Test against Sri Lanka should stay exactly the same as the side that won in Galle. AB de Villiers who has had the keeper's gloves in Test cricket since Mark Boucher was injured ...Cape Times, 2 months ago
Colombo - South African are unlikely to make any changes for the second Test against Sri Lanka on Thursday. But that call will throw up the question of whether AB de Villiers has a long-term future as wicketkeeper in the five-day format. De ...IOL, 2 months ago
10:34 - Thanks for tuning in! A top victory for South Africa who win a Test in Galle for the first time. They dominated from Day 1 and never took their foot off the peddle. Dale Steyn simply must be the man-of-the-match for taking 9 wickets on a ...News24, 2 months ago South Africa's Amla set for historic Test News.net, 2 months ago
Cape Town Make use of a night-watchman, pushing recognised batsman JP Duminy to No 8 in the order! LIVE: Sri Lanka v SA At least statistically, that tactic though obviously one governed by circumstance in particular matches appears to bring ...News24, 2 months ago
Home side take four key wickets to restrict South Africa to 268 for five Galle, Sri Lanka: Opener Dean Elgar smashed a century before Sri Lanka pegged back South Africa with four key wickets late on the opening day of the first Test in Galle on ...Gulf News, 2 months ago SL fight back after Elgar ton IAfrica.com, 2 months ago Sri Lanka fight back after Elgar ton Gulf News, 2 months ago Ton-up Elgar shines for Proteas IAfrica.com, 2 months ago
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