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Resetting tests' entertainment value
As a teenager in Australia I was fully engaged in the constant swirl of my sporting world. As the seasons changed, equipment was rotated and packed away for a six-month hiatus. Read full blog
Brendon is good for the Black Caps
The Black Caps will be delighted that Brendon McCullum has decided to extend his international career. Read full blog
Calculated Bangladesh gamble
For over a decade the Proteas have battled with slow starts on tours, both home and away, and the tendency has been to address the issue by gathering together earlier than has been custom to shake off rust. Read full blog
One of the best umpires calls time
One of the good guys of cricket, Steve Davis, strolled off into the sunset last week. Read full blog
Passing the all important fitness test
I’ve stepped up my training in the past week or so, ahead of the Bangladesh tour, although there’s obviously a limit to what I’ve been able to do, due to my recovering finger. Read full blog
Personal attacks are out of order
With the Ashes series around the corner it was inevitable that the subject of sledging was going to be highlighted by the media. In recent times Australia have taken this facet of the game to a new level. Read full blog
After retirement, another beginning?
They were great players and now Brian Lara, Adam Gilchrist, Wasim Akram, Graham Gooch and quite a few more will be involved in the proposed and recently launched Masters Cricket League (MCL) in the United Arab Emirates. Read full blog
England's hopes in the Ashes
The Ashes series between England and Australia is around the corner. Read full blog
Hoping archaic England is extinct
Last year a recently retired England cricketer told me how archaic England's 50-over strategy was. Read full blog
The joys of a little bit of an off-season
It’s been a really lovely week at home in Cape Town, with only a sore finger to slightly dampen my spirits. Read full blog
Bigger is not always better
For much of the last 20 years a constant theme in SA cricket has been growth and expansion. Millions of rand has been poured into the development and growth of the game with little thought and time given to how wisely it was spent. Read full blog
Coping with life after cricket
Former England all-rounder Chris Lewis has just been released from jail after being convicted for drug smuggling and serving six years of a 13-year sentence. Read full blog
Escapism essential in sport
Have you ever embarked on a long haul flight and realised how relaxing it is to be out of contact with everybody? Read full blog
Proteas can improve death bowling
The most important part of the tour of Bangladesh should be the composition of the Protea bowling attack. Read full blog
Zim have a new BFF but will others go?
To say that one breathed a sigh of relief when the Zimbabwe Cricket tour of Pakistan came to an end is to grossly understate the occurrence. Read full blog
Ideal opportunity to trial test candidates
The first objective for the Proteas on their upcoming tour of Bangladesh will be to win the test, one day and T20 series. Read full blog
These Black Caps sure are fun to watch
During the World Cup I was amazed at the assuredness and calmness whenever I ran into Brendon McCullum. Read full blog
Good times at IPL
It really is great to be home in Cape Town. I can’t stress enough just how much you miss home comforts. Read full blog
Respecting the seniors
There’s an unwanted title which exists in every cricket playing nation, one which is both a back-handed compliment and an awkward offer of sympathy: “Best player never to have played for his country.” Read full blog
Bayliss should raise England's game
The ink was hardly dry on my previous column when Andrew Strauss named Trevor Bayliss. Read full blog

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Resetting tests' entertainment value
As a teenager in Australia I was fully engaged in the constant swirl of my sporting world. As the...

Kepler Wessels
Brendon is good for the Black Caps
The Black Caps will be delighted that Brendon McCullum has decided to extend his international...

Neil Manthorp
Calculated Bangladesh gamble
For over a decade the Proteas have battled with slow starts on tours, both home and away, and the...

Mpumelelo Mbangwa
After retirement, another beginning?
They were great players and now Brian Lara, Adam Gilchrist, Wasim Akram, Graham Gooch and quite a...

Faf du Plessis
Passing the all important fitness test
I’ve stepped up my training in the past week or so, ahead of the Bangladesh tour, although there’s...