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Duminy to Miss proteas' odi series vs Australia

Duminy to Miss proteas' odi series vs Australia

South Africa team manager Mohammed Moosajee said Duminy aggravated the patella tendon injury in his left knee in the Twenty20 series loss to Australia, which ended Sunday when the hosts clinched a 2-1 win with a ball to spare in Sydney. It was ..., 1 week ago
Injured Duminy to miss One-day series Gulf News, 1 week ago

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Duminy to make use of shock-wave therapy to aid knee recovery

Nov 15, 3:27 pm Johannesburg, Nov 15 ( ANI ): South African all-rounder JP Duminy would reportedly make use of the shock-wave therapy in order to aid the recovery of his troublesome left knee.Media reports have claimed that the 30-year ...
 Ani News1 week ago Duminy to wait a few weeks on injured knee  The Witness1 week ago Shock-wave therapy for JP  News241 week ago
Gulf Times

Warne backs misfiring Clarke to regain form

AFP/Sydney Shane Warne yesterday said he was concerned about Australia's batting but backed struggling skipper Michael Clarke to score heavily this summer season. The spin great said the congested home season looms as an opportunity for ...
 Gulf Times1 week ago

Proteas pay tribute to fallen SA sportsmen

Cricket South Africa have paid tribute after the tragic deaths of two South African sporting icons, former world athletics champion, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi, and Bafana Bafana goalkeeper and captain, Senzo Meyiwa, at the weekend. Mulaudzi, an 800m ...
 Yahoo! News3 weeks ago CSA pays tribute to Meyiwa  News243 weeks ago

Peterson called up by Proteas

Cape Town - Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Friday named Robin Peterson of the Cape Cobras as replacement for Aaron Phangiso of the Highveld Lions in the Proteas squad for the Australian section of their limited overs tour Down Under. Phangiso has ...
 News244 weeks ago Peterson replaces Phangiso for T20s in Oz  Yahoo! News4 weeks ago

Proteas call on Peterson

Robin Peterson has been drafted into the Proteas one-day international squad for the series against Australia in November. Left-arm spinner Peterson was called up as a direct replacement for the injured Aaron Phangiso. Proteas team manager, ...
 IAfrica.com4 weeks ago Peterson to replace injured Phangiso for Proteas tour 'down under'  Times Live South Africa4 weeks ago Peterson to replace Phangiso for Aus leg  IOL4 weeks ago

Series wins are Proteas main focus

Although hed ideally like to give every member of his 15-man squad a run in the eight One-Day Internationals the South African team will be playing in Australasia over the next five weeks, captain AB de Villiers, has emphasised winning the two ...
 Daily News South Africa1 month ago

South Africa's Morkel and Duminy in doubt for series final

South Africa fast bowler Morne Morkel and all-rounder J P Duminy will undergo late fitness tests ahead of Saturday’s triangular series final against Australia in Harare. South Africa, who have already lost all-rounder Ryan McLaren to injury in the series, will give the players until just before the start of play to prove their fitness. "MRI scans were done on Morne's right shoulder and JP's left knee earlier this week. Morne's scan confirmed an aggravation of a pre-existing rotator cuff ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago South Africa's Morne Morkel and JP Duminy in doubt for series final  DNA2 months ago
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