If the e-tolls are costing the ANC electoral support, it is logical for the party to relook at them, says Dumisani Hlophe.
Might as well call for at least one of the captains to be sacked. His batsmen have crumbled against bowling they should be comfortable against, his senior players aren’t ‘standing up’, he’s insisting on fielding a part-time spinner instead of a specialist and he hasn’t made a hundred in his last 20 Test innings.
Alastair Cook paid tribute to the work rate of Moeen Ali after his six second innings wickets handed England a thumping victory in the third Test.
Moeen Ali’s maiden five-wicket haul bowled England to a 266-run win over India on the final day of the third Test at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton.
England and Yorkshire batsmen Gary Ballance and Jonny Bairstow surprised St Chad’s Broomfield Cricket Club by taking part in their weekly training session.
MS Dhoni has revealed the injured Ishant Sharma will not be available for selection for the fourth Test, which begins on August 7 at Old Trafford
England ended a winless run of ten Tests, which began in August last year, in style on the fifth morning in Southampton
England 569-7dec & 205-4dec; India 330 & 178 Alastair Cooks team level five-Test series at 1-1Moeen Ali and James Anderson led Englands surge to a series- …
Sri Lanka have recalled fast bowler Nuwan Pradeep and left out spinner Ajantha Mendis for the two-Test series against Pakistan, which begins on 6th August.
Leicestershire captain Ramnaresh Sarwan has returned home to the West Indies to receive treatment for an ongoing back injury
Sri Lanka have left out wicketkeeper batsman Dinesh Chandimal and spinner Ajantha Mendis from their 15-man squad for the Pakistan Tests starting next week
A six-wicket haul from Mthokozisi Shezi helped South Africa A to their second win of the tournament after a 100-ball 108 from Travis Head had kept National Performance Squad alive in their chase of 282
Media Release The National Selection Committee of Sri Lanka Cricket has selected the following 15 member squad to represent the National Team for the two test matches against Pakistan. 1.Angelo Mathews (Captain) 2.Lahiru Thrimanne (Vice Captain) 3.Kaushal Silva 4.Upul Tharanga 5.Kumar Sangakkara 6.Mahela Jayawardena 7.Kithuruwan Vithanage 8.Niroshan Dickwella 9.Rangana Herath 10.Dilruwan Perera 11.Shaminda Eranga (Subject to fitness) 12.Suranga Lakmal (Subject to fitness) 13.Chanaka Welagedara 14.Dhammika Prasad 15.Nuwan Pradeep This has been approved by the Hon.Minister.
Sriram Veera writes in Mirror that Jacques Kallis stripped batting of its accoutrements. It was what made him great and it was also what kept many cricket watchers aloof to that greatness
Thursday 31st July 2014 Four Kent Cricket Academy scholars have been selected for the London and East Region squads for the Under 17 Super 4 Competition. Three, Hugh Bernard, Piers Richardson and Ryan Davies were also included last year, their age making them still eligible. They are joined by Ranjit Singh.
Live updates from the final day of the third Test Englands birthday boy ticked off but takes fiveAnd you can email firstname.lastname@example.org …
Manoj Tiwary’s maiden five-wicket haul set up a comfortable win for India A against Australia A two days ahead of the Quadrangular final between the two teams
Teenage wicketkeeper-batsman Jack Potticary hit a record-breaking century from just 33 balls as he helped Hutton Cricket Club to victory over Southend on Sea & EMT. In a demonstration of awesome hitting, the Shenfield High School pupil walloped his first 50 off just 15 balls, with the second one coming from a slightly slower 18 […]
The Surrey 2nd XI game against Essex at Charterhouse School ended in a draw as the visitors posted 432-7 with Nick Browne making an unbeaten 202 as Alex MacQueen took… The post Second Team game ends as draw appeared first on Kia Oval.
ICC chief executive David Richardson has hailed Jacques Kallis as an inspiration to aspiring cricketers following the all-rounder’s decision to retire from international cricket.
Bridgetown, Barbados, July 30 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Following is a release from the BCA re the Sagicor General Shield (40-over) match between Melrose and Prison Officers:The appeal by the Barbados Prison Service Sports and Social Club against the decision of the Complaints and Disputes Committee of the Barbados Cricket Association of the 19th July, 2014 arising out of a complaint made by Melrose Sports Club against the finding of BCA that in accordance with regulation 14, Melrose Club defaulted in its Round of 16 match against Prison Officers in the Sagicor General Shield Competition which was scheduled to be played at Bridgefield on July 13, 2014, was heard by the Board on the 23rd July, 2014…. Read More.
New Zealand is seeking to address the issue of corruption in sport before the 2015 World Cup with the introduction of a bill that makes match-fixing a crime
Michael Clarke’s short-term goals were made clear this week: regain the No.1 Test ranking after South Africa claimed it back on Monday. His long-term aims are somewhat more grandiose: help Australian cricket move in the right direction “for the next 10, 2