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Elgar set for short-term Surrey stint

Elgar will be available for Surrey for the first two months of the English cricket season, before returning to South Africa to prepare for the Proteas tour to Sri Lanka in July.

WPCA suspects Newlands robbery an inside job

CAPE TOWN - A robbery at the Newlands Cricket Ground could have been an inside job.

Sodhi stands firm as New Zealand hold on for series win

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand – Tail-ender Ish Sodhi hit a gutsy half-century as New Zealand fought a defiant rearguard action on a tense final day to hold on for a draw in the second Test on Tuesday and secure a first series win over England since 1999.

Toyana to fulfil role of high performance coach for Lions Cricket

JOHANNESBURG - Lions Cricket (Pty) Ltd have concluded an agreement with current head coach Geoffrey Toyana which will see him fill the function of high performance coach from 1 May.

An emotional David Warner speaks out over ball-tampering scandal

CAPE TOWN – An emotional David Warner has again apologised for his part in the ball-tampering incident, saying he’ll regret it for as long as he lives.

IPL bans Steve Smith and David Warner from upcoming tournament

JOHANNESBURG - Indian Premier League chairperson Rajeev Shukla and acting president of the BCCI, CK Khanna, have announced that Steve Smith and David Warner have been banned from representing their respective IPL franchises at this year’s tournament.

Morkel claims 300th Test career wicket

JOHANNESBURG - Retiring Proteas fast bowler Morne Morkel took his 300th Test career wicket when he had Shaun Marsh caught behind for 26 just before the tea break on day 2 of the third Test match at Newlands in Cape Town on Friday.

Proteas opener Markram excited over home ground advantage

JOHANNESBURG- Twenty-two-year old Proteas opening batsman, Aiden Markram will be playing his first test match on his home ground, when South Africa and India battle it out in the second test at SuperSport Park in Centurion starting on Saturday.

Rain hits England’s hopes of Ashes win

MELBOURNE - A morning that brought two wickets for England and a sniff of a drought-breaking Ashes win gave way to a bleak afternoon for the tourists as rain washed out most of day four on Friday and left Australia well-placed to save the fourth Test.

Anti-corruption unit launches investigation in Sri Lanka

BENGALURU - The International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Anti-Corruption Unit has launched an investigation in Sri Lanka, world cricket’s governing body has said.