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Cricket

A critical incentive in England
I closely followed the UK scribes and commentators post-drubbing of the first T20 clash at The Oval. The predictable ones didn’t disappoint. Read full blog
Week 4
It’s very hard not to like Jon-Jon Smuts – not that I can think of any reason you’d want to. Read full blog
Guess who?
A couple of beers at a Caribbean beach bar is always an ideal setting for a catch-up chat. Read full blog
Proteas not prioritising T20 series
With the exception of the demise of the Proteas, I enjoyed the Champions Trophy. The system used in the tournament is a good one. Read full blog
Week 3
June 19: It felt appropriate that such a monumental day in the history of South African cricket should start with something calming and peaceful, like an early morning run through Richmond Park. Read full blog
Game, set and match England?
The reinvention of Rafa Nadal is a lesson for many sporting individuals and teams. Read full blog
Proteas demise must lead to change
Another ICC event has come and gone and ended with the now familiar disappointment for the Proteas. Read full blog
Proteas face uphill climb
The Proteas have left themselves with a mountain to climb by having to beat India at the Oval on Sunday. Read full blog
AB's crucial conundrum
Rain and cricket are uneasy bedfellows. Schedule international cricket in the UK and it will leave a mark. Read full blog
Week 2
Sunday, June 11: There are two reasons that people who are about to panic, or who are panicking, are told to breathe deeply. Read full blog
SA must change bowling order
The Proteas' victory over Sri Lanka was widely expected. The significant margin of the win was also no surprise. Read full blog
When did you get hooked on cricket?
I distinctly remember burning the midnight oil during a cold Australian winter watching the 1975 Cricket World Cup. Read full blog
Consolation win good for Proteas' confidence
The win during the last one-day international against England had no bearing on the outcome of the series but it was timely. Read full blog
Week 1
June 4: It’s one of the biggest fixtures in global sport, never mind cricket or any particular country. Read full blog
The longest tour
The last time South Africa embarked on a tour as long as this one was way back in 1994, also to England and Wales – and Scotland, as it happened – but there were some profound differences. Read full blog
The rise and fall of family time
It is amazing to think it is almost 20 years since Gary Kirsten changed the way this country’s administrators viewed wives, partners and families joining their men on overseas tours. Read full blog
Positive three months ahead for Proteas
The Proteas will spend the next three months in the UK competing in several different competitions. Read full blog
IPL owners aim for a piece of SA T20 pie
Among the almost 60 bids for the eight franchise teams were at least three from IPL franchises eager to claim more exposure for their brands and sponsors. Read full blog
What might have been
It was fantastic news to hear that the ICC directors had agreed to a new, refreshed and updated constitution. Read full blog
Amla in great form - for England?
Preparation for a huge tour like South Africa’s to England, starting next month, requires logistical planning on a scale most people will never experience. Read full blog

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Neil in the UK 2017
Week 4
It’s very hard not to like Jon-Jon Smuts – not that I can think of any reason you’d want to.

@MikeHaysman
A critical incentive in England
I closely followed the UK scribes and commentators post-drubbing of the first T20 clash at The...

Kepler Wessels
Proteas not prioritising T20 series
With the exception of the demise of the Proteas, I enjoyed the Champions Trophy. The system used in...

Neil Manthorp
The longest tour
The last time South Africa embarked on a tour as long as this one was way back in 1994, also to...