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Extras, extras...read all about it
Extras will be crucial during the upcoming World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Read full blog
The World Cup is a team effort
I’m writing this just before the fourth ODI against the West Indies, and just reflecting on a job well done, with the series already wrapped up. Read full blog
Poor decisions cost a lot of matches
The Eastern Cape has the largest cricket catchment area in the country which means, among others things, that many people drive from far and wide to watch an international when they come to town. Read full blog
Are batsmen being favoured too much?
The sensational batting feats in one day international cricket continue. I am pretty sure that the ICC had no idea when they brought the new rules into the equation just how much they would favour batsmen. Read full blog
A Fat Man, a Surgeon and a Swimmer
The most popular and often accurate way to judge the ‘mood’ of a nation is by what the taxi drivers are saying. Read full blog
AB miracle gives SA favourites tag
Every now and then a sporting miracle occurs. Those fortunate enough to witness such an event will always remember the sheer magnitude of the occasion. Read full blog
The amazing Mr De Villiers
It really is unbelievable how the Wanderers Stadium is able to produce these record breaking cricket matches with such regularity. Read full blog
And the key players are...
The Proteas have many of the best players on earth and some of the least distinguished. Read full blog
Laying down a marker
It was great to have a couple of days rest after the second T20 against the West Indies. There are a lot of games coming up, followed by further World Cup preparation and the tournament itself. Read full blog
Series will boost Proteas' confidence
The Proteas will be happy to welcome back some of their match winners for the last series against the West Indies before the all-important World Cup. Read full blog
T20 = calypso not collapso
It has been brilliant to witness the full-on calypso flair from the maroon brigade in the T20 series. Read full blog
Full use of World Cup squad is key
It is expected that there will be disappointment for some and maybe even a feeling of being hard done by, but who has taken whose place? Read full blog
Spare a thought for a selectorial hunch
One-day cricket is all about all-rounders. The more you have, theoretically, the more chance you have of winning. Read full blog
Alviro retirement opens way for Van Zyl
The decision by Alviro Petersen to retire from international cricket was a good one. Petersen has been under pressure to retain his position in the test team for some time. Read full blog
Preparing for the T20 game
It’s a bit strange for me having such a quick turnaround between the Test and T20 series, but that’s what the schedule is and I’ve just had to adapt. Read full blog
The Windies are T20 stacked
The upcoming three T20 Internationals will be fantastic examples of cricketing entertainment Read full blog
Balanced SA squad should cope well
There were no surprises when the World Cup squad was announced in Cape Town earlier this week. Read full blog
De Kock certain for World Cup squad
Pleasure and satisfaction increase in direct proportion to their rarity. No matter how good something is, appreciation of it will decline if we have it every day. Read full blog
Who will go to the World Cup?
While the final and deciding test match between the Proteas and the Windies is winding down all the attention is turning to the announcement of the World Cup squad on 7 January. Read full blog
My solution to calling no-balls
Here's a suggestion for you to ponder over the holiday period. I touched on it briefly during the saturated second Test in Port Elizabeth and will now expand further. Read full blog
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Haze's Comment
Extras, extras...read all about it
Extras will be crucial during the upcoming World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Faf du Plessis
The World Cup is a team effort
I’m writing this just before the fourth ODI against the West Indies, and just reflecting on a job...

Neil Manthorp
Poor decisions cost a lot of matches
The Eastern Cape has the largest cricket catchment area in the country which means, among others...

Kepler Wessels
Are batsmen being favoured too much?
The sensational batting feats in one day international cricket continue. I am pretty sure that the...