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Cricket

My keys to victory at The Oval
The Proteas have been emboldened by the selection strategy introduced at Trent Bridge. The team has a renewed belief and can't wait to crank things up again at The Oval. Read full blog
Week 9
July 27: Joe Root emulated Faf du Plessis’ boldness from that last test in winning the toss and opting to bat first in conditions that made it feel very much like a bowling day. Read full blog
A draw not impossible at flatter Oval
The Proteas go to The Oval for the third test match a lot more assured and confident than they were before the second test at Trent Bridge last week. Read full blog
Bats, ducks & bizarre superstitions
A visit to one of the premier cricket bat manufacturers in England is always an enlightening experience. At Nottingham I had the opportunity to accompany three of South Africa's squad Read full blog
Faf gets Proteas back on track
What an amazing turnaround by the Proteas during the second test match at Trent Bridge. Read full blog
Week 8
July 21: Like many of the team, I suspect, today was a day for chilling and watching the golf. Read full blog
From refugee camps to Lord's
The manicured emerald pitch at Lord's in London, where Afghanistan played for the first time ever on Tuesday, is a world away from the border refugee camps where the country found its love for cricket. Read full blog
Spider cam's web of intrigue
There were debuts everywhere for the first test of the series at Lord's. Read full blog
Week 7
July 16: Despite playing some of the more adventurous test cricket in the last decade, South Africa are still regarded as “conservative”. Read full blog
Proteas have a mountain to climb
The Proteas don't have much time to regroup before the start of the second test match at Trent Bridge on Friday. Read full blog
The Rabada-ban has robbed cricket
I do not agree with the suspension of Rabada for the Trent Bridge test match. Read full blog
Week 6
July 9: Watching the happiness and experiencing the joy of the crowd in the final session, brought the memories of the last five tests between these countries at Lord’s flooding back. Read full blog
A date at Lord's awaits
Since readmission, South Africa have done well at Lord's. However, this time the Proteas will be up against a strong England combination. Read full blog
White balls are gone...thankfully!
There is plenty of discussion around T20 cricket at the moment and the relevance of that format at international level. Read full blog
Week 5
July 1: Ask any retired fast bowler and they will tell you the truth about bowling in different circumstances. Read full blog
Changes need to be made
The white-ball phase of the current tour of England came to a disappointing end for the Proteas with defeat in the three-match T20 series. Read full blog
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
There is no point kicking a team when it is down. Especially when it has tried, believed and failed in the greatest faith. 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

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Week 9
July 27: Joe Root emulated Faf du Plessis’ boldness from that last test in winning the toss and...

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My keys to victory at The Oval
The Proteas have been emboldened by the selection strategy introduced at Trent Bridge. The team has...

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A draw not impossible at flatter Oval
The Proteas go to The Oval for the third test match a lot more assured and confident than they were...

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From refugee camps to Lord's
The manicured emerald pitch at Lord's in London, where Afghanistan played for the first time ever...