The summer of cricket continues in Bloemfontein with the first of three South Africa vs England One Day Internationals.
The Proteas head into a ODI series against England on Friday looking to ensure automatic qualification for the 2023 Cricket World Cup.
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Marco Jansen being named the ICC Men’s Emerging Cricketer of the Year caps a remarkable 12 months for the young Proteas all-rounder.
Cricket South Africa has paid tribute to one of the greatest batters to grace the country, Hashim Amla, following his retirement.
Hashim Amla, one of the most prolific batters in South Africa’s history, has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket.
Cricket South Africa has announced Shukri Conrad and Rob Walter as coaches of the country’s Test and limited overs teams, respectively.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) will reportedly announce former Proteas head coach Mark Boucher’s successors on Monday, 16 January 2023 at 10:00.
The Proteas managed to bat out the final day to earn a rain-assisted draw against Australia in the third Test of the series in Sydney.
Follow the action LIVE from the third and final Test between Australia and South Africa from the Sydney Cricket Ground.
The third day of the final Sydney Test was washed out on Friday forcing a reappraisal of Australia’s push for a series sweep over SA.
Usman Khawaja was stranded just short of a double-century when rain interrupted Australia’s run plunder against South Africa in Sydney.
Proteas speedster Anrich Nortje claimed the key wickets of David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne on a rain plagued opening day in Sydney.
Spin-bowling all-rounder Ashton Agar and opener Matthew Renshaw were called up to the Australia squad for the 3rd Test against South Africa.
Proteas captain Dean Elgar said their lack of experience was to blame for their innings and 182 run loss to Australia on Thursday.
The Proteas have crashed to an embarrassing defeat in the second Test against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Australia closed in on winning the second Test – and the series – against South Africa after batting themselves into a commanding position.
David Warner hit an epic unbeaten 200 in his 100th Test before retiring in pain as Australia consolidated their advantage in Melbourne.
Australia ripped through South Africa’s fragile batting before piling on late runs to seize control of the second Test in Melbourne.