Martin Guptill smashed 180 off 138 balls as New Zealand beat the Proteas by seven wickets in Hamilton to level the series.
AB de Villiers’s well paced 72 propelled the Proteas to a formidable 279-8 in the fourth ODI in Hamilton. The finishing of De Villiers may well prove the difference in this fixture. The Proteas captain took his time to adjust to the pitch initially, and then accelerated as the South African innings built to a climax. The Proteas added 106… Read more →
The Proteas have won the toss and elected to bat in the fourth ODI against New Zealand in Hamilton. South Africa could wrap up the five-game series with a win in Hamilton today. While the Proteas won the second game of the series in Hamilton, they were not happy with the state of the pitch. Afterwards, captain AB de Villiers… Read more →
Your essential guide to the fourth ODI between the Proteas and the Black Caps on Wednesday. SCENESETTER The Proteas returned to their supreme best in the early hours of Saturday morning, as they crushed the Black Caps by 159 runs to go 2-1 up in the series. It’s an advantageous position to be in, for they only need to win… Read more →
Morne Morkel and Vernon Philander are fit and ready for the Test series against New Zealand starting on 8 March in Dunedin.
Russell Domingo has admitted that he needs to manage Kagiso Rabada carefully to prevent over-bowling the young star.
Russell Domingo is delighted with the performances of the Proteas’ youngsters during the ODI series in New Zealand.
Wayne Parnell believes that the way the Proteas kept the pressure on New Zealand was key to their 159-run victory in Wellington on Saturday.
AB de Villiers became the quickest batsman yet to 9 000 ODI runs and the pacemen took at least two wickets apiece, as the Proteas thrashed New Zealand by 159 runs. TOM SIZELAND reports.
An 84-run partnership between AB de Villiers and Wayne Parnell carried the Proteas to 271-8 in the third ODI against New Zealand.