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10 January 2019 2:46 PM Markram passed fit for Wanderers Test

Cape Town - Proteas opener Aiden Markram has been passed fully fit for the third and final Test against Pakistan at the Wanderers. There had been concern over Markram's availability after he went crashing into an advertising board while fielding on day three of the second Test at Newlands. It left the 24-year-old with a bruised thigh and he could not come out to bat on the fourth 24

06 January 2019 9:23 AM Proteas win at Newlands, claim series win over Pakistan

Cape Town - The Proteas got over the line in the second Test against Pakistan at Newlands on Sunday morning to claim the series win, but it was far from comfortable. Starting their second innings on day four needing just 41 runs for victory, openers Dean Elgar (24*) and Theunis de Bruyn were subjected to a barrage of short-pitched bowling as the Pakistan 23

20 November 2018 6:53 AM Former Protea named interim Windies coach

Pothas played three ODIs for the Proteas, and has coached in international cricket before, having been appointed Sri Lanka’s fielding coach in July 2016, and was their interim head coach in some of the intervening time. He is now Windies’ fielding coach, and Cricket West Indies Director of Cricket Jimmy Adams felt his appointment was important for "continuity" 36

15 November 2018 12:22 PM Stubborn Silva inches Sri Lanka past England

Kandy - Sri Lanka's Roshen Silva held the fort with a stubborn 85 to secure a 46-run first innings lead over England on the second day of the second Test on Thursday. Shortly before stumps in Kandy the hosts, down 1-0 in the three-match series, were bowled out for 336 in reply to England's 290 with stand-in skipper Suranga Lakmal not out 15. The visitors 28

02 November 2018 10:12 AM Experimental Ireland to face Italy in Chicago

Chicago - Ireland return to the scene of one of their greatest victories here Saturday as the Six Nations champions face Italy at Chicago's Soldier Field in a one-off Test. Two years ago, a full-strength Irish side stunned New Zealand in a thrilling battle at the home of the Chicago Bears, claiming Ireland's first and only victory over the All Blacks 29

15 October 2018 4:54 PM Proteas not ruling out 2 spinners for World Cup

Cape Town - The Proteas have not ruled out the possibility of fielding two spinners at next year's Cricket World Cup in England. While England has historically been considered a country that aids swing and seam bowling, the Proteas may be tempted to go in to certain matches with two specialist spinners in their starting XI. Imran Tahir is easily South 34

22 August 2018 12:34 PM Exciting SA team named for canoe World Champs

Cape Town - The months of preparation are over for the nine-paddler strong South African team that has been selected for the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Portugal from August 23-26. The team has covered a numerous bases from an events point of view with a men's K4 entered K2's as well as a number of K1's as the South African paddlers hope to make an impact 55

08 August 2018 1:02 PM English club to limit Faf's Rugby Championship duty?

Cape Town - Springbok scrumhalf Faf de Klerk may not feature in all of the national team's matches in this year's Rugby Championship. De Klerk plies his trade at English club Sale Sharks and it appears as though the club is not eager for him to play in all six of South Africa’s matches in the southern hemisphere competition. This follows after a report 39

28 July 2018 7:52 AM Ertugral to remain with relegated Urban Warriors in NFD

Cape Town - Ajax Cape Town owner Ari Efstathiou has confirmed that coach Muhsin Ertugral will remain with the Urban Warriors in the National First Division in 2018/19. Ajax recently gave up their appeal against the points deduction handed to the club for fielding the ineligible Tendai Ndoro. The Zimbabwe striker broke FIFA rules for having played for three 36

30 June 2018 8:41 PM SA's Rossouw gives lift-off to Hampshire Cup success

London - South African Rilee Rossouw didn't allow getting stuck in a lift on the eve of the match upset him as his sublime century propelled Hampshire to a 61 run win over Kent in the One Day Cup final at Lord's on Saturday. The 28-year-old - who according to the BBC was stuck in a lift at the team hotel between floors for 45 minutes on Friday - struck 29