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Cricket

A tough day at the office
I’m writing this after a tough day at the office on day one of the second test in Colombo. Mahela Jaywardene is not out after an excellent hundred and Sri Lanka are 305 for five. Read full blog
A chance for SA to finish tour in style
It is very comforting to know going into a deciding test match that the number one ranked bowler in the world along with the number one all-rounder and batsman is in your team. Read full blog
Should ball tampering be made legal?
This ball-tampering saga is clearly an emotive one. The day after Vernon Philander was fined 75% of his match fee for such, I instigated a conversation during the broadcast exploring a rather left-field option of legality going forward. Read full blog
Week 4
Perhaps it’s just the fact that the team can’t be beaten, but the Proteas do seem very relaxed and calm ahead of the second test. Read full blog
Brilliant start to Amla era
Having gone into the first test match on the back of two centuries in the ODI series against Sri Lanka, newly appointed captain Hashim Amla would have felt very good about his own form. Read full blog
Ideal start for Amla
The victory in Galle by the Proteas was the perfect start to Hashim Amla’s captaincy career. Read full blog
Happy to bat at three
By the time you read this, the first test in Galle will be under way and you would have seen a few interesting changes to the Proteas test line-up. Read full blog
Week 3
Just a few years ago we would have started writing about the victory straight after breakfast on the fifth day. Read full blog
One less worry for Amla
They have broken the hoodoo and did it in fine style too. It was a great effort by the Proteas to conquer a confident Sri Lanka side. Read full blog
Sri Lanka Diary
Colombo has been a lot of fun since we arrived here. There is so much more to do than what was available in Galle. But it is a lot hotter here too! Read full blog
SL had no answer to the AB onslaught
The Proteas' One Day International captain AB de Villiers conducted a batting master class during the deciding international between South Africa and Sri Lanka at Hambantota. Read full blog
Pitch battles on two continents
It is interesting reflecting on the different strategies currently playing out in the cricket world. Read full blog
Kallis needs to put us at ease
Jacques Kallis is a colossus in the game of cricket and no matter what happens from now until the end of his career, he will go down as one of the great ones. Read full blog
Down to the wire in Hambatota
Sri Lanka bounced back in no uncertain terms when they won the second one-day international at the Pallakele Stadium in convincing fashion. Read full blog
Week 2
Galle is a transformed city. The tsunami has left deep scars but, the locals freely admit, it also provided a catalyst for change. Read full blog
Cracking good cricket in Colombo
It’s great to be 1-0 up in what is one of the toughest assignments you’ll have as an international cricketer. I spoke previously about how tough it is to play away in Sri Lanka. Read full blog
Lessons learnt lead to good decisions
Wow! What an impressive start by the Proteas to the one day international leg of their tour yesterday. They certainly have learnt some lessons from the trip to Sri Lanka a year ago. Read full blog
Stepping out of the shadows
Many teams, no matter the sport, strive to get to an ideal make-up in terms of personnel, where all those who are in their ranks have sufficient experience and talent to be match-winners on their own. Read full blog
Leading from the front
Captaining a major sporting team in South Africa is not an easy task. Captains live or die by the success or failure of the teams they lead. Read full blog
Sri Lanka is going to be tough
Not so long ago some were suggesting that the latter half of 2014 was going to be a relatively ‘soft’ period for South Africa with Zimbabwe, the West Indies and Sri Lanka on the agenda. Read full blog

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Neil in Sri Lanka
Week 4
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Stiaan van Zyl
Sri Lanka Diary
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Faf du Plessis
A tough day at the office
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Kepler Wessels
A chance for SA to finish tour in style
It is very comforting to know going into a deciding test match that the number one ranked bowler in...

Haze's Comment
Should ball tampering be made legal?
This ball-tampering saga is clearly an emotive one. The day after Vernon Philander was fined 75% of...

Mpumelelo Mbangwa
Brilliant start to Amla era
Having gone into the first test match on the back of two centuries in the ODI series against Sri...