A breakdown in the relationship between Lorgat and CSA officials has lead to a parting of ways
Unlucky for Heino Kuhn and Stephen Cook as young blood is preferred. Still no AB.
With his place in the side questioned for pretty much most of his Test career, JP Duminy has finally decided to call it quits.
As white smoke puffed from the Pretoria chimney, South Africa learned that the golden boy will carry on for his country in all three formats of cricket. Here’s how the interwebz digested it.
With the men bundled out of the Champions Trophy and the women KO’d in the World Cup semis, we look at the fortunes of the only South African cricketers to win a global title in 2014.
We take a look at the Under 23s primed to follow in Kagiso Rabada’s footsteps and make their mark on the world stage with bat and ball. Oh, there’s the son of a Proteas legend in there, too.
Former batsman Graeme Pollock believes we have to accept ‘middle of the road’ at best for the Proteas in Test cricket, despite them sitting second in the ICC rankings and top of the ODI charts.
When the chips were down in the series decider in Cardiff, the Proteas ch… cho… chose not to play very well. Would you believe the interwebz was all over it and pretty choked up.
The Proteas held their nerve at the death to win the second of three T20 internationals by three runs in Taunton, setting up a decider in Cardiff on Sunday afternoon.
South Africa had only themselves to blame after three run-outs, a load of shoddy fielding and listless captaincy all contributed to their demise against India at the Oval in London.
As the paceman completed his fall from one-time world number one ODI bowler to banishment by CSA, the interwebz wasn’t angry, just disappointed in old Lopsy. Very disappointed.