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NZ U19s trump South Africa at World Cup – 20-Jan-2018 – NZ Cricket news

New Zealand have progressed through the pool competition unbeaten at the under-19 Cricket World Cup after outclassing South Africa by 71 runs in Saturday's final round-robin clash in Tauranga.

Erwee, Chetty shine for Dolphins with centuries

Cape Town - Sarel Erwee and Cody Chetty both hit centuries as the Dolphins finally got their Sunfoil Series match against the Knights underway on day two at Kingsmead in Durban on Friday.

Ontong praised after Proteas appointment

Cape Town - Justin Ontong has been praised after his appointment as the new fielding coach of the South African national side.

Law gives high praise to outstanding Holder

Cape Town - West Indies coach Stuart Law praised his captain Jason Holder for an outstanding bowling spell that helped that Caribbean outfit beat Zimbabwe in a crucial World Cup Qualifier in Harare on Monday.

Cricket greats slam Wanderers track

Johannesburg - Former international greats in the SuperSport television commentary box have hit out at the unacceptable Wanderers wicket in use for the ongoing Proteas v India Test.

Morkel stars as South Africa close on victory

By AFP More by this Author A heavily-strapped Morne Morkel made two breakthroughs as South Africa pushed for victory on the fourth day of the fourth Test against Australia at the Wanderers Stadium on Monday.

Dale Steyn plays down hopes of South Africa record of most wickets

PAARL (SOUTH AFRICA): Dale Steyn doesn't want to talk about the possibility of becoming South Africa's all-time leading wicket-taker, he said during a steady comeback to long-form cricket.

SA not seeking quick pitches against Australia

South Africa have not asked for quick pitches to be prepared for their four-test series against Australia, which starts in Durban on Thursday, after the ploy backfired just over a month ago, captain Faf du Plessis said on Wednesday.

WPCA suspects Newlands robbery an inside job

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

Kohli’s fan self-immolated, dies after Indian team’s failure in South Africa

RATLAM: A diehard fan of Virat Kohli set himself on fire after the Indian cricket team captain failed to perform well against South Africa in Cape Town on Friday.


Aspiring Black Cap Chad Bowes not weighing retirement after third concussion

Canterbury opener Chad Bowes isn't pondering calling it quits with cricket, despite a third concussion within 17 months.