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Cricket

Proteas better equipped for conditions - Amla
Castle Lager Proteas vice-captain, Hashim Amla, feels his team will have a better understanding of the conditions in the second One-Day International (ODI) against New Zealand at the Bay Oval. Read full article
We need a result against Cobras - Davids
The Unlimited Titans captain Henry Davids says his side are targeting two wins in a row in the Momentum One-Day series, with their first assignment against the Nashua Cape Cobras. Read full article
Flintoff joins Brisbane in Big Bash League
Former England allrounder Andrew Flintoff joined Brisbane Heat on a short-term deal in the Big Bash League (BBL) on Thursday, extending his surprise return to Twenty20 cricket. Read full article
Ryder run-fest pushes Black Caps cause
New Zealand's out-of-favour batman Jesse Ryder bludgeoned 136 from 57 balls against Ireland on Thursday to press his case for an international recall. Read full article
Belligerent Warner leads Aus fightback
Australia got off to a solid start after wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed's brilliant hundred guided Pakistan to a big first innings total of 454 in the first test in Dubai on Thursday. Read full article
Younis proud of record-equalling century
Veteran batsman Younis Khan Wednesday said he was proud to become the first Pakistani to score a hundred against all nine test opponents and equalling the record of most hundreds for his country. Read full article
PCB gives Ajmal more time
Pakistan cricket authorities said Wednesday that banned spinner Saeed Ajmal would receive a further two weeks of work on his illegal bowling action before being sent to England for assessment. Read full article
De Lange learning from Malinga
Marchant de Lange has been learning trade secrets from the enigmatic and brilliant Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga and is now striving to execute Yorkers more consistently. Read full article
Not panic stations yet for Dolphins
The Sunfoil Dolphins’ solid start to their Momentum One-Day Cup campaign has been built on the back of some fine batting displays but the bowling has been rather patchy. Read full article
Sri Lanka name squad for India ODIs
Sri Lanka, minus leading strike bowlers Lasith Malinga and Rangana Herath, on Wednesday named a mixture of experienced players and likely contenders in their 15-man squad. Read full article
Cobras claim dramatic bonus-point win
The Nashua Cape Cobras made it four from four in a day of high drama in which they beat the Chevrolet Knights by 73 runs at Sahara Park Newlands on Wednesday night. Read full article
‘I'd give anything to play for Proteas’
There are still one or two places up for grabs in South Africa's one day side for next year's ICC Cricket World Cup and Dolphins opener Morne van Wyk said he would love to be in contention. Read full article
An anxious wait...
The Inside Edge panel talks to Ian Bishop and discusses the current impasse between the West Indies players and their player representative body. Read full article
Proteas aim for improvement - Duminy
The Castle Lager Proteas are aiming for an improved performance in the second second one-day international against New Zealand at the Bay Oval in Tauranga on Friday. Read full article
A dream to play for SA - Rabada
Following his call-up to the Proteas T20 squad to play Australia in November, young Lions fast-bowler Kagiso Rabada says it has always been his dream to play for South Africa. Read full article
Cricket: Moment of the Week
Every week we will bring you the highlights of the best catches, biggest hits, amazing wickets, the finest strokes, and sometimes the bizarre and controversial. Read full article
Younis century lifts Pakistan
Younis Khan led Pakistan's fightback with a dogged century after the hosts made a terrible start to the first test against Australia in Dubai on Wednesday. Read full article
Williamson to miss rest of NZ-SA series
Batsman Kane Williamson will miss the two remaining matches in New Zealand's limited-overs series against South Africa due to a wrist injury. Read full article
Duminy reflects SA's CWC confidence
The Proteas are poised to take over the top ranking in international ODI cricket and allrounder JP Duminy says the Proteas are "comfortable" with the way they are tracking toward next year's World Cup. Read full article
WI seek talks with India after legal threat
The West Indies Cricket Board will ask for a meeting with their Indian counterparts as they seek to find a way out of the crisis caused by the abandonment of their tour. Read full article
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