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De Villiers expected to retire from Test cricket
AB de Villiers is expected to retire from Test cricket as early as August, in a second attempt at hanging up his whites, unless CSA can convince him to stay on again. AB de Villiers is expected to retire from Test cricket as early as August, in a second

Steelbacks put trust in SA wrist spinner
South African left arm wrist spinner Tabraiz Shamsi will join the Northamptonshire Steelbacks for the NatWest T20 Blast.

Kuhn, Phehlukwayo in South Africa's Test squad
South Africa have named three new caps, including opening batsman in Heino Kuhn, in the Test squad to play England

De Villiers to meet with CSA in August to decide future
AB de Villiers will meet with CSA in August to chart his future in international cricket

Ismail and Luus clinch a thriller for SA
South Africa were cruising at 113 for 0 in a chase of 207 - a straightforward equation - but against a spirited Pakistan bowling attack, it was anything but

Malan debut onslaught sets up England series win
An impressive debut from Dawid Malan helped England seal the T20 series over South Africa with a 19-run victory at Cardiff

Lions seamers seal emphatic win
There was one winning Lions team in the sporting world today - and an impressive one too as the England Lions' cricketers wrapped up a 257-run trouncing of South Africa A at Canterbury.

SA find their fight to set up decider
ESPNcricinfo previews the third T20I between England and South Africa at Cardiff

Overton rattles SA A after Lions set them 412 to win
Jamie Overton took three wickets before the close after half-centuries from Mark Stoneman, Keaton Jennings and Nick Gubbins had set the Lions up for a declaration

Heino Kuhn set to earn South Africa Test call
Opening batsman Heino Kuhn will likely be named in South Africa's Test squad to play in England next month

Broad misses pink-ball trial as heel injury clouds Lord's build-up
Stuart Broad remains hopeful of being fit for Nottinghamshire's Royal London Cup final against Surrey on July 1, as well as the first Test against South Africa five days later,

Morris the spark as SA steal three-run win
The dismissal of Jason Roy, given out for obstructing the field, changed the course of a game that England appeared to have won and saw South Africa level the IT20 series at 1-1 with one to play.

Ballance to captain England Lions in tour game
Gary Ballance's prospects of a Test recall at Lord's next month have been given a boost by his appointment as England Lions captain for their three-day tour match against South Africa at Worcester

Family emergency forces Domingo to return home
South Africa coach Russell Domingo has left the team in the U.K. with his mother critical in hospital following an accident

Late collapse undermines Markram, Kuhn stand
England Lions stunned South Africa A with a late burst of six wickets in 16 overs to capitalise on a superb unbeaten century by Ben Foakes on a fluctuating second day of the first-class match in Canterbury.

Onus on South Africa to find fighting spirit
ESPNcricinfo previews the second T20I between England and South Africa at Taunton

Broad in doubt for Lord's Test after suffering heel injury
Stuart Broad has emerged as an injury doubt ahead of the Test series against South Africa after requiring a scan on his heel

Jennings makes opener's case as Hameed misses out
Mark Stoneman and Keaton Jennings made their respective cases to partner Alastair Cook in the upcoming Test series against South Africa, but Haseeb Hameed went run-less

Bairstow, bowlers shine in nine-wicket canter
England produced something close to the perfect performance as they crushed South Africa by nine wickets in the opening game of the T20 series at the Ageas Bowl

'Don't need to prove anyone wrong' - de Villiers
AB de Villiers hopes to use the three T20s against England to thoroughly banish memories of the Champions Trophy exit and the resultant analysis of his leadership and lack of runs

New-look teams look to banish Champions Trophy blues
ESPNcricinfo previews the first T20I between England and South Africa at the Ageas Bowl

Expectant father du Plessis could miss Lord's Test
South Africa's Test captain Faf du Plessis is in a "race against time" to play the opening match against England at Lord's, which starts on July 6

No transformation targets in Global T20 league
However, CSA has told the eight new franchise owners to keep in mind the importance of including players of colour in their teams

SA T20 League will help retain domestic talent - du Plessis
South Africa's Global T20 league is the best way to keep players from leaving the country in search of opportunity elsewhere, according to Test and T20 captain Faf du Plessis

IPL and PSL owners snap up South Africa franchises
Two South African businessman, two IPL franchises, two PSL franchises, and representatives from Hong Kong and Dubai were unveiled as the owners of the eight teams in South Africa's T20 Global League

Two days left for Domingo to reapply for South Africa coach job
Friday is the deadline for interested parties to apply to coach the South African national team

De Villiers to lead South Africa in England T20s
Even as questions over his captaincy continue to pop up, AB de Villiers will lead South Africa's T20 squad in three matches against England in the absence of Faf du Plessis

Domingo defends de Villiers and his captaincy
Coach Russell Domingo also said that ODI captain AB de Villiers' decision to opt out of Tests for South Africa has not affected the team adversely

Domingo uncertain about continuing as SA coach
Russell Domingo has said that he has not yet reapplied for his post as South Africa's head coach and can't say whether he has plans to take the team to the 2019 World Cup

'There's no one in South Africa better than these guys' - du Plessis
Faf du Plessis, South Africa's Test and T20 captain, said he didn't "feel the same" after the side crashed out of the Champions Trophy as he had done following their semi-final defeat in the 2015 World Cup

De Villiers' run-out my fault - du Plessis
Faf du Plessis was involved in two run-outs against India, first involving AB de Villiers and then David Miller, before he fell for 36 against India at The Oval

I'm a good captain, I can take this team forward - de Villiers
The South Africa captain has defended his leadership skills, and admitted that a "very poor batting performance" cost them a spot in the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy

Disciplined India run dysfunctional South Africa out
South Africa contrived to lose eight wickets for 51 runs from 140 for 2 in the 29th over on a used pitch, slower than the ones The Oval has laid out

'De Villiers the most committed cricketer' - Kohli
Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers are both men of similar talent, leading high-profile teams in similar positions. Both had words of praise for each other ahead of their must-win face-off

Kohli says composure key, de Villiers calls for calmness
Both captains stressed on one thing in the lead-up to a virtual knockout game - the importance of composure

De Villiers backs his captaincy skills
AB de Villiers has denied that his leadership role may be on the line if South Africa fail to progress out of the first round of the Champions Trophy

Batting chinks critical in virtual quarter-final
Both India and South Africa may wont to chase to avoid the critical decision making of what score is safe to defend, in the virtual quarter-final on Sunday

South Africa's mental prep in full swing ahead of knockout
South Africa's management is trying to keep the team calm ahead of their must-win match against India at The Oval on Sunday

De Villiers will turn it up against India - Domingo
Though AB de Villiers has only contributed four runs in two matches and is nursing a slight hamstring injury, coach Russell Domingo and batsman David Miller have backed the captain to score against India on Sunday

Pakistan trip up South Africa to revive campaign
Pakistan ensured they remained alive, beating South Africa by 19 runs via the DLS method to complete a turnaround only they seem to be able to manage

De Villiers sings Wasim Akram's praises
AB de Villiers used the build-up to South Africa's game against Pakistan as an opportunity to state his admiration for Wasim Akram, the best bowler he has seen

Can Pakistan make a match out of an apparent mismatch?
South Africa will be looking to seal their qualification against the lowest-ranked team in the ICC Champions Trophy

Livingstone's violent hundred seals series for Lions
Liam Livingstone produced a violent maiden century in List A cricket with eight sixes as England Lions sealed their three-match series against South Africa A with a second successive win

Tahir, Amla lead rout of Sri Lanka
Imran Tahir's four-wicket haul applied the brakes on Sri Lanka as they fell short by 96 in their chase of 300 at The Oval

South Africa set to unleash their main men
South Africa are aiming for all-out attack in their Champions Trophy opener against Sri Lanka, whose batting line-up they have had the better of in recent times

Weakened Sri Lanka seek to overcome South Africa's dominance
Angelo Mathews is an unlikely starter for Sri Lanka as they seek to overcome a powerful South Africa side that has won seven of the last eight meetings between the sides

Duminy determined to pull his weight
South Africa allrounder JP Duminy said that the team has identified the need to stay in the present and not think too far ahead as key to their success in the Champions Trophy

Malan 125* sees Lions crush South Africa A
Steven Finn and Dawid Malan shared the individual honours as England Lions took the lead in their three-match series against South Africa A

South Africa seek unfamiliar end to familiar script
Another global cricketing event, another chance for a strong South African unit to snatch that elusive title

Ten years on: How the Woolmer investigation was botched
Experts involved with the Bob Woolmer case feel the then Jamaican Director of Public Prosecutions attempted to cover up the truth to protect the state pathologist at the centre of the botched investigation

Rabada tops ODI bowling rankings
Kagiso Rabada, South Africa's 22-year-old pace sensation, has leapfrogged team-mate Imran Tahir to become the No. 1 ODI bowler in the world

Morkel's place not certain, says Domingo
South Africa may be willing to bench their most experienced bowler Morne Morkel in the Champions Trophy in order to accommodate an allrounder and shorten the tail

Morgan frustrated by grassy Lord's pitch
Eoin Morgan largely exonerated his batsmen despite a record-breaking collapse at the start of the third ODI against South Africa

Five overs of mayhem
Five overs, six wickets. England's startling collapse at Lord's

Rabada and Parnell blow England away
South Africa will go into the Champions Trophy with confidence partially restored after inflicting a crushing seven-wicket defeat upon England at Lord's

SA hope to stop England bandwagon
ESPNcricinfo previews the third ODI between England and South Africa at Lord's

De Villiers 'upset' at ball-condition query
AB de Villiers has said he was "pretty upset" at being asked by the umpires to explain the condition of one of the balls during South Africa's narrow defeat against England at the Ageas Bowl

South Africa thwarted in thrilling finale as Stokes century proves just enough
England closed out a dramatic victory over the No. 1-ranked ODI side to take the three-match series with one to play and hammer home their credentials as Champions Trophy contenders

Stokes passed fit as confident England target series win
ESPNcricinfo previews the second ODI between England and South Africa at the Ageas Bowl

Morgan plays down Stokes injury concern
Eoin Morgan clarified that Ben Stokes did not have any significant signs of injury after the allrounder bowled only two overs against South Africa in the first ODI

Rudolph to retire at the end of English season
The 36-year old former South Africa opener has relinquished captaincy of Glamorgan in four-day cricket, but will continue to lead them in T20s until his retirement

Morgan and Moeen star in convincing victory
Eoin Morgan is an England captain who senses his time has come. He has reshaped England's limited-overs cricket, now he wants some tangible reward for it

De Villiers plays down Kolpak threat to SA
AB de Villiers has described the Kolpak exodus that afflicted South Africa cricket as "something of the past" and talked up the importance of CSA's new T20 competition

South Africa reassured by increased security
South Africa have been given sufficient reassurance of adequate security to be "comfortable" to remain in England following the terrorist attack in Manchester, according to team manager Mohammed Mossajee

England's trophy credentials face the acid test
ESPNcricinfo previews the first ODI between England and South Africa at Headingley

Van Niekerk declared fit for Women's World Cup
South Africa women's captain Dane van Niekerk has been declared fit for the World Cup in June, when she is expected to have fully recovered from a foot injury

South Africans avoid Sole slip-up
Tom Sole's brave half-century on debut was not enough to prevent victory for the South Africans, despite a laboured display from the tourists at Wantage Road

Goswami, Raj star in India's title win
Half-centuries from Mithali Raj and Punam Raut helped India women make light work of a 157 chase in the final against South Africa

Vince to captain Lions against SA A
James Vince has been named as captain of England Lions for their one-day series with South Africa A next month

Boucher signs two-year extension as Titans coach
Mark Boucher had taken over as Titans coach in August last year, with his initial tenure extending until the 2017-18 season

De Kock brushes off cobwebs with powerful hundred
South Africa, powered by Quinton de Kock's hundred, produced a convincing victory by 66 runs against Sussex at Hove

Kirsten, Simons on five-man panel in hunt for new SA coach
South Africa's current coach Russell Domingo's contract expires at the end of the England tour in August

Will Russell Domingo stay or go?
Only Cricket South Africa knows, and it needs to time its announcement in a way that impacts the national team minimally in a season of big assignments

Heinrich Strydom announced as new Dolphins CEO
The Durban-based Dolphins franchise have a new boss after Heinrich Strydom was unveiled as their CEO on Tuesday

No fixed timeline for Dale Steyn's comeback
CSA has set no timeline for Dale Steyn's return to the national team after the fast bowler suffered another delay in his recovery from a shoulder injury

De Kock eager to be SA's go-to man
The 24-year old wicketkeeper batsman understands some of their big players will be leaving soon and he wants to step up

Steyn out of England Tests; targets home season return
Dale Steyn will miss South Africa's tour of England, which starts next week and ends in August, as he continues to recover from a shoulder surgery

De Kock dominates South Africa's awards
Quinton de Kock has been named South African Cricketer of the Year and also picked up four other titles at the annual awards

Du Plessis hints at retirement after 2019 World Cup
South Africa's Test and T20I captain said he remains fully committed to playing all formats of cricket for his team but might bow out after the 2019 World Cup

Ministerial ban on Cricket South Africa lifted
Cricket South Africa has regained the right to bid for and host major tournaments, after meeting the government's transformation criteria

CSA moves closer to overturn of major tournament ban
After exceeding their transformation targets in the 2016-17 season, CSA were optimistic of having their major tournament ban lifted

Parnell passed fit for Kent after heart scare
Wayne Parnell has been included in Kent's squad for Friday's Royal London match against Sussex despite a health scare earlier this week

Cobras sign up Bavuma for 2017-18 season
Temba Bavuma will return to Newlands, the scene of his historic maiden Test century, to play his domestic cricket for the 2017-18 season

Injured van Niekerk out of upcoming quadrangular series
South Africa will name an interim captain but will not add a replacement player to the squad

SL hire Donald as fast bowling coach for Champions Trophy
Allan Donald, who has worked with the South African and Australian teams in the past, has been hired by Sri Lanka ahead of the Champions Trophy

Ntozakhe, de Klerk called up to SA's Quadrangular squad
Yolani Fourie, Lara Goodall and Marcia Letsoalo were the three players dropped from the squad that travelled to Sri Lanka for the World Cup qualifiers in February

Tsotsobe charged for corruption by CSA
Former South Africa fast bowler Lonwabo Tsotsobe has been charged by CSA for several breaches of its Anti-Corruption Code

De Villiers, Amla among marquee local signings for CSA T20
Each marquee South Africa player will represent a new franchise based in the city he's been associated with or "a city which he can build a strong association"

Steyn eyes England Test comeback
Dale Steyn has been named in the South Africa A four-day squad for the tour of England with a view to proving his fitness for the Test series which begins in July

Morne Morkel, Maharaj in South Africa squad
South Africa have recalled fast bowler Morne Morkel and included the uncapped spinner Keshav Maharaj in their squad for the Champions Trophy

Philander county stint interrupted by groin injury
Vernon Philander will return to South Africa for rehabilitation on a groin injury suffered while playing for Sussex

Gayle, Pietersen among marquee names for CSA T20 league
CSA has announce eight marquee international players to be drafted to the franchises in its new T20 tournament

Tahir bounces back after going unsold at auction
Imran Tahir, who went unsold at the IPL auction in February, has said how special it was to pick three early wickets to set up Rising Pune Supergiant's win against Mumbai Indians

Wife's passport helps de Lange join Glamorgan
Marchant de Lange, the South Africa fast bowler, has joined Glamorgan on a three-year deal

De Villiers doubtful for next RCB game too, says no to keeping
AB de Villiers, who missed the IPL 2017 season opener with a back injury, is a doubtful starter for Royal Challengers' second match as well

Dane Vilas to play for Dolphins
Dane Vilas, the former South Africa wicketkeeper, has signed a deal with the Durban-based Dolphins franchise for the 2017-18 season

Gary Kirsten to coach Hobart Hurricanes
Gary Kirsten has joined the Hobart Hurricanes as coach of Tasmania's Big Bash League team for the next two seasons

Markram and Davids tons clinch title for Titans
Titans won the Momentum One Day Cup in Centurion after amassing a score of 425 to hand Warriors a 236-run defeat in the final

Daredevils coach Dravid rues loss of de Kock to injury
Delhi Daredevils coach Rahul Dravid has said missing a batsman of Quinton de Kock's calibre as well as the experience of JP Duminy will affect the balance and composition of the team going into tenth edition of the IPL

CSA meet transformation targets, ministerial ban likely to lifted
Cricket South Africa is likely to have the ministerial ban on hosting or bidding for major events lifted after meeting with transformation targets this season








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