• AB impressed by Phehlukwayo

    Cape Town – Proteas skipper AB de Villiers has been left deeply impressed by the talent and temperament of Andile Phehlukwayo after his 29 off 23 balls helped them beat the Black Caps. Phehlukwayo struck vital boundaries at the death just when it seemed the game had slipped away from the visiting...

  • When push becomes shove, there’s Phehlukwayo

    Cape Town – It seems so last year … and actually, it was. June 24: that’s when South Africa last surrendered a one-day international. Set a pretty steep 286 to beat West Indies in Bridgetown, Shannon Gabriel left them in a rare top-order mess at 35 for four and recovery was simply too...

  • Proteas win rain-reduced Hamilton ODI

    Cape Town – Andile Phehlukwayo continued to enhance his growing all-round reputation by providing crucial late support...

  • Morris claims 4 as NZ post 207 in wet ODI

    Hamilton – Lanky fast bowler Chris Morris took 4-62 as South Africa limited New Zealand to 207/7 as it batted first Sunday on a slow and holding pitch in the rain-affected first one-day cricket international. Morris took the first four wickets, reducing New Zealand to 82/4 and ensuring the home side struggled...

  • Proteas elect to field in rain delayed encounter

    Cape Town – South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl in the rain-shortened opening one day international against New Zealand in Hamilton on Sunday. LIVE: NZ v Proteas, 1st ODI The match has been reduced to 34 overs a side after three hours were lost because of the weather. “It...

  • Proteas ODI juggernaut sets next mission

    Cape Town – The five-match One-Day International (ODI) series against New Zealand will be an opportunity for the Proteas to fine-tune their playing blueprint ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy in June. The Proteas have stacked up 11 consecutive ODI wins since September, and will be aiming to extend the record in...