South Africa

WIndies win toss, bat against Bangladesh

North Sound - West Indies captain Jason Holder won the toss and put Bangladesh in to bat on the opening day of the first Test of a two-match series at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Wednesday.

Former Protea donates shirt to Lord’s museum

Cape Town - Former Proteas star Rilee Rossouw has donated his match shirt from this past weekend's Royal London One Day Cup final to the Lord's Home of Cricket museum.

Dravid, Ponting, Taylor join cricket Hall of Fame

Wellington - Former captains Rahul Dravid of India and Australia's Ricky Ponting have been inducted in the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame together with England women's wicketkeeper-batter Claire Taylor, the world governing body said on Monday.

New coaching role for Paul Adams at WP

Cape Town - Former Proteas spinner Paul Adams has been appointed as the semi-professional coach at WP Cricket.

KG: ‘I’m obsessed with winning’

What would the ideal next 24 months look like for Kagiso Rabada?

Climate change hits cricket for a six

In February this year, leading environmental action group Climate Coalition reported that the impact of climate change would be felt harder by cricket than any other sport.

‘Excited’ Proteas eager to impress at World T20

Cape Town - Proteas captain Dané van Niekerk and her side will now know what they need to do to bring the trophy home for the upcoming ICC Women's World T20.

England women bounce back after South Africa loss, beat New Zealand by 54 runs-...

London: England ended a day of fluctuating fortunes top of the women's Twenty20 tri-series table after bouncing back from a defeat by South Africa to beat New Zealand by 54 runs at Taunton on Saturday.

New Bangladesh coach Rhodes confident ahead of Windies tour

Dhaka - Newly appointed Bangladesh cricket coach Steve Rhodes predicted a competitive Test series in the West Indies next month but said there was no reason the team could not win.

Langer hopes Australia will be better for ‘brutal’ England loss

Nottingham - Australia coach Justin Langer hopes his side will be better for a "brutal" and record-breaking defeat by England in the third one-day international in Nottingham on Tuesday that was "nothing like" anything he had ever seen before.


Keaton Jennings misses Accounting exam to play Test cricket for England

Keaton Jennings will walk out to open the innings with Alastair Cook when England take on Pakistan in the second Test from June 1.