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Cricket

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
Rest and the unknown
The majority of South Africa’s professional cricketers are currently enjoying some ‘down time’. Although some may be enjoying it less than others. Read full blog
Proteas face tough time ahead
The weather played its part and saved the Proteas from a likely defeat at the hands of the Black Caps. Read full blog
Week 5
March 30: Just 30 minutes left in this generous and beautiful country before the long journey begins. Read full blog
Welcome back big fella
I remember standing behind the nets in England in 2012 when South Africa were training at Headingley. Read full blog
Week 4
March 25: It is a sign of the lean times Hashim Amla is experiencing that he seemed mildly pleased to have scored 50 on the first day of the final test. Read full blog
Will spin decide final test?
The New Zealand strategy of trying to secure a draw during the second test in Wellington came unstuck. Read full blog
Five hurdles facing Tigers for test glory
Bangladesh will play their 100th test match when they take on Sri Lanka at Colombo’s P Sara Oval on Wednesday, 17 years after joining international cricket's elite club. Read full blog
Week 3
March 19: Cricketers LOVE an unscheduled day off on tour. I mean, really love them. Read full blog
Proteas showed winning class
One of the things about being a winning test team is to compete successfully in foreign conditions. Read full blog
Change room advice for DRS?
What a riveting test in Bangalore! It cascaded with skill, and was as feisty as hell! Read full blog
Week 2
March 12: Rugby practice was in full swing on the training field directly behind the commentary and media area at the University Oval when we arrived at 9:30am. Read full blog
The Proteas should prevail
South Africa thoroughly deserved their one-day series win against the Black Caps. I thought Ab de Villiers was excellent on this tour. He batted superbly and his captaincy was outstanding. Read full blog
Kids want T20 action
The swashbuckling improvisation displayed by both AB de Villiers and Martin Guptill was mind-boggling during the fourth ODI in Hamilton. Read full blog
Good on you Rabada
Good on you KG! That was my first thought when I saw his inspired IPL auction price. Read full blog
Proteas can expect a slow surface
The Black Caps were completely outplayed in Wellington during the third one-day international. Read full blog
Week 1
March 5: Many decades ago international cricket tours were so long that players had virtual second families. Read full blog
Unnecessary speculation over Hansie
Although I am in NZ at present I have become aware of the unnecessary controversy that is raging in South Africa over a documentary I did in November in Australia. Read full blog
Immy goes missing
There remains bewilderment that the world’s No 1 ranked T20 and ODI bowler was not required by any of the franchises at the IPL auction Read full blog
Proteas dominating Black Caps
I thought the Proteas would be too strong for The Black Caps on this current tour across all formats. Read full blog

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Neil Manthorp
Amla in great form - for England?
Preparation for a huge tour like South Africa’s to England, starting next month, requires...

Neil in New Zealand
Week 5
March 30: Just 30 minutes left in this generous and beautiful country before the long journey...

Kepler Wessels
Proteas face tough time ahead
The weather played its part and saved the Proteas from a likely defeat at the hands of the Black...

@MikeHaysman
Welcome back big fella
I remember standing behind the nets in England in 2012 when South Africa were training at...