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Cricket | SA Team

Proteas invite England to bat
South Africa won the toss and elected to field first in their opening one-day international against England at Headingley in Leeds. Read full article
'Uneasy' Proteas staying put
Visiting South African cricketers "are uneasy" following Monday's suicide bomb attack on a pop concert in Manchester, but abandoning their tour of England is not under consideration. Read full article
LIVE: Eng v SA, 1st ODI
Welcome to our live coverage of the first one-day international between England and South Africa at Headingley, Leeds. Read full article
AB returns for England series opener
AB de Villiers returns to captain the Standard Bank Proteas in the first one-day international against England at Headingley in Leeds on Wednesday. Read full article
Anderson in race to be fit for SA test
England pace spearhead James Anderson faces a battle to be fit for the opening test against South Africa in July after scans confirmed he had suffered a tear to his right groin when playing for Lancashire. Read full article
Opportunity to hone skills - Amla
Standard Bank Proteas batsman Hashim Amla says the three-match one-day international (ODI) series against England starting on Wednesday is the perfect platform to ‘hone their skills’. Read full article
Target practice for Proteas
South Africa have embarked on a mammoth tour of England which began on Friday, May 19 with a tour game against Sussex and ends on 8 August. Read full article
Fifties for Amla, Faf as SA see off Northants
Senior batsmen Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis both hit half-centuries as South Africa completed their preparations for a one-day international series against England. Read full article
De Kock leads SA to opening win
Quinton de Kock scored 104 as South Africa swept past Sussex by 66 runs in the opening one-day match of their England tour on Friday. Read full article
AB wary of 'next level' Stokes
South Africa captain AB de Villiers believes England allrounder Ben Stokes has taken his game to the "next level" in the Indian Premier League. Read full article
Process to appoint Proteas coach begins
The Board of Directors of Cricket South Africa (CSA) approved the process to appoint the head coach of the Standard Bank Proteas at its meeting in Johannesburg. Read full article
Steyn ruled out of England test series
Fast bowler Dale Steyn has been ruled out of South Africa's four-match test series in England after being forced to withdraw from his country's A team tour as he has yet to regain full fitness. Read full article
Rabada wants to stay the course
Kagiso Rabada's shoulders are big enough to carry the burden of being a pace spearhead but he is also looking to strike a balance between bowling flat out and staying the course. Read full article
Proteas can lift ICC Champions Trophy
This South African team possesses the balance, the X-factors, the allrounders and the pedigrees to go all the way at the ICC Champions Trophy tournament in England from 1st to 19th June. Read full article
Maharaj, Morkel in Champs Trophy squad
Left-arm spinner, Keshav Maharaj, has earned his maiden One-Day International (ODI) call-up to the 15-man Standard Bank Proteas squad for the ICC Champions Trophy, announced on Wednesday. Read full article
Steyn likely to join SA A-tour of UK
While the legendary former Australian legspinner Shane Warne has branded England’s decision to rest the lanky fast bowler Stuart Broad a joke, another legend is shrugging off the rust. Read full article
'Age should not count against Markram'
"Cricket is not like a government job where retirement age is fixed at 60,” said Virender Sehwag, a former Indian cricketer. Read full article
'Parnell, Philander in Eng ideal for SA’
Vincent Barnes hopes Wayne Parnell can rediscover more pronounced swing consistently, but he is very impressed with the pace and control of the rejuvenated bowling all-rounder. Read full article
'Kuhn should tour, but Markram the future'
Heino Kuhn would be reserve opening batsman when South Africa embarks on the extensive tour to England in May to play in 10 international matches, including four tests, if Paul Harris had his way. Read full article
VOTE: Catch of the Match
Vote for your favourite catch during the third test between New Zealand and South Africa in Hamilton. Read full article
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