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Cricket

Crisis...what crisis?
The much-written-about and frequently championed division of test cricket into two leagues of seven and five won’t happen now because India’s BCCI has refused to support it. Read full blog
What went wrong with the outfield?
Commercial and financial considerations were uppermost among those with vested interests as two entire days were washed out at Kingsmead. Read full blog
Capped Black Caps
Every nation has a variation on the capping ceremony before a test match and they are always special. Read full blog
Well-balanced Black Caps favourites?
The New Zealand squad which arrived in South Africa from Bulawayo on Thursday knows exactly where it is heading and exactly how they would like to get there. Read full blog
Bulawayo Baby
Fifteen days in Bulawayo, time enough to reacquaint oneself with Zimbabwe’s second city after the last visit five years ago. Read full blog
Small is perfect
South African cricket’s two-day celebration extravaganza at the Sandton Convention Centre presented a logistical challenge of monumental proportions. Read full blog
Four-course family reunion
There have been just 140 players capped by South Africa across all three formats since readmission and the largest gathering of past and present players since 1991 is set to take place in Jo’burg this Monday evening. Read full blog
Look in the black and white mirror
The greatest fear, it is said, is the fear of the unknown. It makes sense on a personal level. Read full blog
SA public deserves better
I have noted with interest the fall-out following the Proteas’ return from the tri-series in the Caribbean. I have some succinct comments to make. Read full blog
Perception is reality
It is ridiculous to suggest that AB de Villiers should be at OR Tambo Airport to answer for his team’s miserable capitulation – twice – in the Caribbean Triangular Series. Read full blog
Three options in SA coaching dilemma
The Proteas had some good moments during the event when they managed to string performances together but unfortunately a lack of consistency meant elimination from the tournament. Read full blog
Can you believe cricketers cover these distances?
I am often asked about the small rectangular pack that is fitted between some of the South African players’ shoulder blades. Read full blog
Tahir's story on Inside Edge
Barbados is the venue for the final week of the tri-series and it is a place that is being thoroughly enjoyed by all teams. Read full blog
Tahir is the man
South Africa made a significant charge towards reaching the final of the triangular series currently ongoing in the West Indies. Read full blog
The future gets nearer every day
Robots taking care of our grandparents, perhaps even our parents. It might be us in a few years, no matter how old any of us are. Automated diagnoses of illnesses and prescription by drone delivery. It’s going to happen, isn’t it? Read full blog
Why just five specialist batsmen?
Australia moved to the head of the points table in the triangular series in the West Indies by beating South Africa convincingly during the second encounter between the two teams in St Kitts. Read full blog
Now we are talking... It's Caribbean time
I must confess I am never too disappointed to have 'wheels up' from Guyana. Read full blog
New inspiration needed for struggling SA
Sadly the triangular competition in the West Indies started off the way the World T20 finished for the South African team. Read full blog
Sorting out the domestic game
South African cricket is heading towards exciting times on the field over the next 12 months. Read full blog
Monica joins groundsmen
They are the game’s hidden men, a secret society of devoted hard-workers without whom there would be no cricket, at all, for anyone. Read full blog

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Neil Manthorp
Crisis...what crisis?
The much-written-about and frequently championed division of test cricket into two leagues of seven...