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Cricket

Infectious outbreak hits test cricket
Unaccustomed as we are to seeing professional cricket administered and played to rules and regulations which have a basis in common sense, it looks like we might just have to get used to it. Read full blog
Gibson and the Big Picture approach
For all but the most ‘old school’ cricket fans and aficionados, Ottis Gibson has pretty much said all the right things since his arrival in South Africa. Read full blog
Same new, same old
The decision by Ottis Gibson to retain the same coaching and support staff as his predecessor, Russel Domingo, makes absolute sense – and no sense at all. Read full blog
Go Faster stripes for KG & Polly
Every now and then a sponsor really goes out of its way to do something a bit different. I have said for a long time that sponsors, by and large, can be taken for granted and under-appreciated in the world of sport. Read full blog
Wishing Ottis well
It came as no surprise that Ottis Gibson was appointed as the national coach this week. Read full blog
T20 wave is swamping the game
The T20 Global League starting in November in South Africa is now a reality. This means that all major cricket nations, with the exception of Sri Lanka, now have a world T20 event. Read full blog
AB skips Bangladesh... for Zimbabwe?
Perhaps AB de Villiers didn’t feel he would be ready for the Bangladesh test series – maybe he needs some more cricket in his arms and legs. Read full blog
Protea doom and gloom...?
It’s easy to criticise a losing team – far too easy. It is much harder to be optimistic about one or even praise one. Well, let’s try and do something about that. Read full blog
Dale Steyn aiming for Bangladesh
Dale Steyn’s frustrating absence from the game since November last year is almost over. Read full blog
Proteas simply not good enough
The verdict over the last few months for the Proteas is unfortunately a case of not being good enough in any discipline. Read full blog
Faf talks tough amid batting concerns
There are crucial areas that both England and South Africa need to address heading into the final test at Old Trafford. Read full blog
Prioritise Proteas always
Sadly, the optimism that was apparent after the Proteas' performance at Trent Bridge has evaporated at The Oval. Read full blog
Week 10
August 8: Russell Domingo has one more press conference as national coach but if our chat with him after the final day of the Old Trafford test was his penultimate media commitment, he should be more than satisfied with his conduct and honesty. Read full blog
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 30: Only three times in test history has a team managed to bat through the final day to save a test match. That’s the bad news. 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

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