Tuesday, February 07, 2023

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Proteas wilt in the heat

KIMBERLEY: Heinrich Klaasen struck a belligerent 62-ball 80 but it was not enough as the Proteas fell 59 runs short in the third Betway One-Day International (ODI) played at The Oval in Kimberley on Wednesday.

PROTEAS WILT AT WORLD CUP

Cricket South Africa (CSA) shares in the disappointment of South Africans on the loss of the Proteas to the Netherlands at the Adelaide Oval, in Australia on Sunday, which eliminated them from the ICC T20 World Cup tournament.

PROTEAS WILT AT WORLD CUP

Cricket South Africa (CSA) shares in the disappointment of South Africans on the loss of the Proteas to the Netherlands at the Adelaide Oval, in Australia on Sunday, which eliminated them from the ICC T20 World Cup tournament.

PROTEAS LOOK TO BOUNCE BACK AGAINST BANGLADESH

SYDNEY: Fast bowler Lungi Ngidi believes the Proteas must play to their strengths when they take on Bangladesh in a crucial ICC Men’s T20 World Cup clash at the SCG in Sydney on Thursday.

RAIN DENIES PROTEAS AS THEY SHARE POINTS IN WORLD CUP OPENER

HOBART: Rain played spoilsport as the Proteas were forced to settle for a point from a bizarre opening contest of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup against Zimbabwe in Hobart on Monday.

BOUCHER POSITIVE AFTER INDIA TOUR

DELHI: Proteas coach Mark Boucher was not overly concerned after their tour to India ended in disappointment on Tuesday when they lost the decisive third One-Day International (ODI) in Delhi.

CSA GOES TO BAT FOR GBV

Cricket South Africa (CSA) are pleased to announce their extended commitment to bowl and bat against gender-based violence (GBV) in South Africa with an all-encompassing #SummerOfCricket campaign titled #ENDGBV to be amplified throughout the 202 ...

BAVUMA RETURNS TO LEAD SOUTH AFRICA MEN’S T20 WORLD CUP SQUAD

Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) National Selection Committee has today named the squad for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia.

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MAHARAJ SEEKS TO IMPROVE PROTEAS’ ODI RECORD

DURHAM: Stand-in captain Keshav Maharaj says the Proteas will be aiming to improve on their recent One-Day International (ODI) form when they take on England in their series-opener at the Riverside in Durham on Tuesday.

     

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Proteas wilt in the heat

KIMBERLEY: Heinrich Klaasen struck a belligerent 62-ball 80 but it was not enough as the Proteas fell 59 runs short in the third Betway One-Day International (ODI) played at The Oval in Kimberley on Wednesday.

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