The current cricket world champions and once mighty Australian team has fallen to a 34-year low on the International Cricket Council (ICC) One-Day International (ODIs) rankings. This comes as Australia lost the 2nd ODI in England.
Sri Lankan cricket captain Dinesh Chandimal has strongly denied the charges of trying to alter the condition of the ball, effectively ball tampering, levelled against him by the International Cricket Council (ICC) after day three.
Sibusiso Mdlalose, from Johannesburg, may be blind, but he absolutely enjoys playing cricket. He first took up the sport when a friend suggested it, and became so good at it that he was named blind cricketer of the year in 2010.
Temba Bavuma has put his hand up to fill the massive vacancy left by AB de Villiers in the Proteas batting line-up. Bavuma wants to bat at no 4 in the Test side, a crucial spot in the longest format of the game.
Dale Steyn is back on the Protea test squad. The team is set to face Sri Lanka in next month's test series. After recovering from a heel injury sustained in January, he is short on the heels of Shaun Pollock for most test wickets.
The world's number 1 Test match bowler, Kagiso Rabada, has hailed Lungi Ngidi as a great talent and revealed he is looking forward to building a legendary partnership in the coming years with the youngster, who had a dream debut.
Dale Steyn has paid a glowing tribute to his former teammate and captain AB de Villiers. Steyn said de Villiers was a genius and served as an inspiration to all of the players in the Proteas side during his 14 year career.
AB de Villiers shocked the cricketing world last week when he announced his immediate retirement from international cricket. Proteas coach Ottis Gibson has revealed he was just as shocked and surprised by AB's announcement.
South African fast-bowler Lungi Ngidi has capped off what has been a remarkable debut international cricket season by helping his Chennai Super Kings (CSK) side win the 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL) in Mumbai on Sunday.
AB de Villiers shocked the cricketing world on Wednesday when he announced his immediate retirement from international cricket. AB’s decision brings to a close a glittering 14-year international career in which he became a legend.
South African cricket legend AB de Villiers has announced he would retire from international cricket with immediate effect. The cricketer added he had his fair share of games and believes it is time to make way for other players.
The ICC is considering scrapping one of the oldest and most traditional features of Test match cricket, the coin toss. The ICC is looking at various ways to improve the longest and oldest format of the game of cricket.