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Why can't our favourite stars be this good?

Video Image The Proteas have some of the best fans in the world and they appreciate each and every one 0:30 Play video Proteas were excited to help make Kieron Adam's dream of meeting them come true. The 11 year-old was ecstatic to spend an ... Perth Now, 3 weeks ago

Why can't our favourite stars be this good?

Video Image reciate each and every one 0:30 Play video Proteas were excited to help make Kieron Adam's dream of meeting them come true. The 11 year-old was ecstatic to spend an afternoon with some of his favourite players; Hashim Amla, AB de ...
 Herald Sun3 weeks ago
Ani News

Morkel says attacking approach reason behind Proteas' dominance

Johannesburg, Jan 06 (ANI): South African pace bowler Morne Morkel said that the batting collapse of West Indies triggered by his team on the fourth day of the third Test at Newlands displayed why they are renowned as the best bowling unit in the ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Morne Morkel says attacking approach reason behind Proteas' dominance  DNA India1 month ago
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Proteas bowling still flawed

Cape Town If danger signs can flicker against a relative minnow, then perhaps South Africa would be wise to address their shortcomings for the looming encounter with a co-superpower. The risky lack of depth to their bowling resources was ...
 NewsHub South Africa2 weeks ago Proteas bowling still flawed 61  News242 weeks ago

Niggles remind SA to reshape

Cape Town A day of freak, mass mishaps to their personnel did little to thwart the Proteas promising charge towards victory in the first Test against West Indies at Centurion on Friday. They have the Caribbean tourists by the short and curlies ...
 News242 months ago
Eye Witness News

OPINION: Firing Myself Up for the Cricket World Cup

Why is Mandy Wiener being swept up in Proteas fever despite having her heart broken too many times. Today is the day we send off the national cricket team to the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. In true South African spirit there's a ...
 Eye Witness News4 weeks ago

How South Africa thrashed Ireland

Key points - South Africa beat Ireland by 201 runs - SA 411-4: Amla 159, Du Plessis 109 - Ireland 210 (45): Balbirnie 58; Abbott 4-21 - SA score 400 for second successive ODI - Pool B, Canberra: SA won toss Join the discussion ...
 BBC21 hours ago The haunted go hunting  The Hindu3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Small fries and giant killers

Never underestimate the underdogs. What Ireland did to West Indies was much like what it did to Pakistan in 2007 and Bangladesh did to India that very year. So, the minnows have struck again. The demolition of the West Indies isn't the first time ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 day ago

Still a Force

Special Reports » Published: 01/03/2015 - Filed under: Home » Archive » 2015 » March 2015 » Home » Archive » 2015 » March 2015 » Special Reports » Home » Features » Nigeria is the Giant of Africa and the most ...
 Business Traveller Africa3 days ago

COMMENT: The meteoric rise of A.B. de Villiers

A.B. de Villiers outrageous (you could even call it out of this world without being guilty of hyperbole) strokeplay on Friday left cricket aficionados and experts all over the world speechless -till they found their voices to compare it with Chris ...
 DAWN Group4 days ago
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