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JP more consistent - Harris
JP Duminy's dramatic improvement as an offspinner the past few seasons makes him a good foil as second spinner to the rest of the South African bowlers. Read full article
Rudolph passes the doosra-test
Jacques Rudolph is fast approaching another milestone in first-class cricket, and has recently passed the ultimate “doosra-test” against a spinner considered the best in the world. Read full article
We need to improve character - Toyana
The Lions claimed the unenviable honour of finishing in last place in all three domestic competitions last season, and coach Geoffrey Toyana said his charges need to work on their mental game. Read full article
eKasi Challenge heads to Soweto
Soweto’s Dobsonville Oval at the Bramfischerville Sports Complex will play host to the 2nd Momentum eKasi Challenge match next month when the bizhub Highveld Lions host The Unlimited Titans. Read full article
SA fall flat after Elgar's ton
Dean Elgar struck a magnificent century for South Africa but Sri Lanka came back strongly with four wickets in the final session to balance the scales on the opening day of the first test on Wednesday. Read full article
LIVE - SL v SA, 1st Test Day 1
Thank you for your company during our live coverage of the first day of the first test between Sri Lanka and South Africa at Galle International Stadium. Read full article
England's Anderson facing ICC charge
England seamer James Anderson has been charged by the International Cricket Council over an alleged confrontation with India's Ravindra Jadeja during the drawn first test at Nottingham's Trent Bridge last week. Read full article
Robson backs cook to come good
Australia-born England opener Sam Robson believes it is only a matter of time before captain Alastair Cook is back in the runs again. Read full article
Working out the conditions is key - Boje
Nicky Boje is statistically South Africa’s most successful spinner in Sri Lanka. Exactly a quarter of his 100 test wickets came in Colombo, Galle and Kandy. Read full article
AB to play as specialist batsman
AB de Villiers will avoid putting extra stress on a hamstring injury by playing as a batsman only in the first Sri Lanka test with Quinton de Kock taking over wicketkeeping duties. Read full article
Sri Lanka plan winning farewell for Mahela
Sri Lanka are planning to give star batsman Mahela Jayawardene a fitting farewell by winning his remaining matches, captain Angelo Mathews said ahead of the first test against South Africa. Read full article
Kallis still an asset Down Under
Jacques Kallis is not the player he was, as his reactions have slowed down, yet he would be hesitant to drop the South African legend before the Cricket World Cup. Read full article
This Week in History: July 14-20
The Legend of Cricket, WG Grace, shares a week in history with two South African fast bowlers - one wild and hot-headed, the other standing at the top of SA's test quickies. Read full article
Important to strike with new ball - Philander
Striking early with the new ball will be a key modus operandi for the Castle Lager Proteas bowlers in the upcoming two-match test series against Sri Lanka starting in Galle on Wednesday. Read full article
England and India to consider spin options
England and India will take a fresh look at their spin options for the second test at Lord's after tail-enders exposed the limitations of both pace attacks in the drawn first test at Nottingham. Read full article
Kerrigan vows to be better after Ashes hammering
Simon Kerrigan has insisted England will have a better bowler on their hands than the one who suffered a nightmare debut against Australia last year should he be selected. 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
Jayawardene to retire from test cricket
Former Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene will retire from test cricket following the home series against South Africa and Pakistan, the country's cricket board said on Monday. Read full article
Amla set for historic test
Hashim Amla will make history on Wednesday when he takes the field as South Africa's first permanent non-white skipper, helming a team in transition after the retirements of test greats Smith and Kallis. Read full article
Q&A: Post Sri Lanka ODIs
Our senior cricket correspondent, Jason Humphries, hosted a Question & Answer session on Monday about the Proteas' successful ODI series against Sri Lanka. Read full article
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