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'Women's cricket heading in right direction'
Cricket SA has increased the number of contracted women players this season, leaving captain Mignon du Preez optimistic about women's cricket in South Africa. Read full article
World Cup places up for grabs - Smith
Former Proteas captain Graeme Smith believes there are still spots up for grabs in South Africa's one-day squad at next year's Cricket World Cup. Read full article
‘Rabada is not being rushed into the SA team’
Geoffrey Toyana has backed the decision to include 19-year-old fast bowler Kagiso Rabada in the South African T20-squad for the three games against Australia starting on the 5 November. Read full article
KP claims Flower 'always had it in for me'
Kevin Pietersen claims Andy Flower was a power-crazy coach, who presided over a regime of bullying and "had it in for me" throughout his five-year reign in charge of the national side. Read full article
Cricket Annual's 'Five cricketers of the year'
Quinton de Kock's outstanding first full season of international cricket was recognised when he was named as one of five South African Cricket Annual Cricketers of the Year today. Read full article
Smith, Johnson lead Australia rout of Pakistan
Steven Smith scored a maiden one day hundred while paceman Mitchell Johnson took three wickets to help Australia beat Pakistan. Read full article
Video: Catch of the tournament
Have a look at the candidates for "Catch of the Tournament" below, and cast your vote in the poll. Read full article
Doherty replaces Marsh in Aus ODI squad
Australia have added left-arm spinner Xavier Doherty to their one-day squad as cover for Mitchell Marsh, who will miss the three-match series against Pakistan with a hamstring injury. Read full article
NZ dark horse for World Cup - Steyn
South Africa paceman Dale Steyn rates co-hosts New Zealand as a "dark horse" to win next year's cricket World Cup, while one-day rivals Australia are "annoying." Read full article
‘No way back for Pietersen’
Nasser Hussain said there was "no way back" for Kevin Pietersen after England's all-time leading run-scorer launched his autobiography with blistering attacks on Matt Prior and Andy Flower. Read full article
Pressure, discipline key to Knights' win
Sarel Cilliers was typically understated in celebrating a sensational comeback victory for the Chevrolet Knights against the bizhub Highveld Lions in the top-of-the-table Sunfoil Series clash at Senwes Park. Read full article
Hat-trick hero Richards has more pace
The Chevrolet Warriors will still be stunned by the hat-trick inspired bowling performance by Rowan Richards that propelled The Unlimited Titans to a 170-run win in their Sunfoil Series clash. Read full article
Shezi’s Mission Australia starts
Mthokosizi Shezi is a man who can keep his head when others are losing theirs and there is nowhere to hide when called upon to bowl at the death in limited-overs cricket. Read full article
This Week in History: October 6 - 12
The births of arguably the most influential cricketer since WWII and one of the fearsome West Indies fast bowlers of the 1970s happened during this week in the past. Read full article
KP slams 'bullying' England culture
Kevin Pietersen has hit out at the "horrendous" bullying of some of his former England team-mates and accused former coach Andy Flower of "ruling by fear". Read full article
Save the 'doosra', pleads Ramiz
Former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja on Sunday demanded cricket's law makers save the controversial "doosra" delivery, saying it provides a new dimension to the batsmen-dominated game. Read full article
Warner, spinners close out Pakistan
Australia put on a clinical performance to beat Pakistan by six wickets in the one-off Twenty20 international in Dubai on Sunday. Read full article
Richards’ stunning hat-trick seals Warriors' fate
A sensational hat-trick by The Unlimited Titans swing bowler Rowan Richards and an extraordinary lower-order collapse by the Chevrolet Warriors saw the Titans win their Sunfoil Series clash by 170 runs. Read full article
Coetsee sets up emphatic Knights victory
Chevrolet Knights captain Werner Coetsee orchestrated the demise of the bizhub Highveld Lions with a superb spell of off-spin bowling as the visitors romped to a comprehensive 143-run win. Read full article
‘Australia need to forget the hype in big year’
A test series against India, a World Cup on home soil and a much-anticipated Ashes campaign will put Australia's cricketers under heavy scrutiny over the next year. Read full article
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