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Cricket

Cloete, Hendricks lead counter-offence
Reeza Hendricks and Gihahn Cloete got the Chevrolet Knights off to a bright start in reply to the impressive 564 for 7 (declared) scored by the visiting Sunfoil Dolphins in their Sunfoil Series match. Read full article
Wiese, Pienaar strike as Warriors limp
David Wiese and Cobus Pienaar produced excellent all-round performances for The Unlimited Titans and induced a middle-order collapse as the Chevrolet Warriors limped to 165 for eight in Centurion on Friday. Read full article
Experience can fill Smith-shaped void
Graeme Smith believes South Africa are in safe hands, despite his retirement as captain and the recent departures of coach Gary Kirsten and Jacques Kallis, because the squad are still brimming with experience. Read full article
'Sri Lanka's prayers were answered'
Divine intervention may have been partially responsible for Sri Lanka's World Twenty20 semifinal victory on Thursday, according to West Indies captain Darren Sammy. Read full article
Faf’s simple recipe for success
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis has a simple recipe for success in the ICC World T20 semifinal against India on Friday: key decision-making during pressure situations. Read full article
Smith baffled by KP's England axing
Former South Africa captain Graeme Smith on Thursday expressed his surprise at England's decision to end the international career of his Surrey teammate Kevin Pietersen. Read full article
India to host IPL games from May 2
A total of thirty-six regular season matches, plus the four playoffs of the IPL, will be played in India, starting on May 2, it was announced on Thursday. Read full article
‘SA women need to hold their nerve’
“If South Africa’s women’s team can deal with their nerves, they have a very good chance against England,” says Karen Smithies, a former World Cup-winning captain of England Read full article
Hafeez quits T20 captaincy
Mohammad Hafeez quit as captain of Pakistan's Twenty20 team on Thursday after it failed to qualify for the semifinals of the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh. Read full article
CSA pays tribute to Cyril Mitchley
Cricket South Africa officially marks the end of an era today when Cyril Mitchley officiates as a match referee for the last time in the Sunfoil Series fixture between the Highveld Lions and the Cape Cobras. Read full article
Sri Lanka through to final via D/L
Sri Lanka reached the final of the World Twenty20 with a 27-run win over West Indies, the defending champions, after the first semifinal was ended by rain on Thursday. Read full article
LIVE SL v WI, 1st semifinal
Thanks for joining our live coverage of the first World T20 semifinal between Sri Lanka and West Indies from Dhaka Read full article
Yuvraj declared fit for SA clash
India received a boost ahead of Friday's World Twenty20 semifinal against South Africa when Yuvraj Singh was declared fit following an ankle injury, an official said. Read full article
Malinga to lead SL after Chandimal opts out
Pace bowler Lasith Malinga will lead Sri Lanka in the World Twenty20 semifinal against the West Indies on Thursday after captain Dinesh Chandimal opted out of the game. Read full article
Honours even at SuperSport Park
Cobus Pienaar and Grant Thomson rallied well to steer the Titans to 268 for six at stumps on Thursday in their Sunfoil Series match against the Warriors in Centurion. Read full article
Van Wyk dominates as Knights’ hopes fade
A magnificent 128 by Divan van Wyk propelled the Dolphins to 305 for two at stumps on Thursday on the opening day of the Sunfoil Series match against the Knights in Bloemfontein. Read full article
Cobras on the brink after Ontong ton
The Cape Cobras have one hand on the Sunfoil Series trophy thanks to Justin Ontong, who steered them to 322 for seven at stumps on Thursday in their final match against the Highveld Lions in Johannesburg. Read full article
‘Pakistan must not be bad losers’
Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez called on his compatriots not to be bad losers and accept victory and defeat in the same manner after his team crashed out of the World Twenty20 tournament in Bangladesh. Read full article
Afridi blames top order batsmen for loss
Flamboyant allrounder Shahid Afridi has blamed the negative approach of Pakistan's top order batsmen for the team's heavy defeat by the West Indies and early exit from the World Twenty20. Read full article
Pietersen keen to mentor future stars
Kevin Pietersen said on Wednesday he was looking forward to sharing the benefits of his experience with international stars of the future now his own England career had been terminated. Read full article
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