The SA U19 squad that will take part in the World Cup hosted by the West Indies in January and February has been announced.
A squad featuring Proteas Women players and rising stars from the high-performance set-up has convened at the CSA Centre of Excellence in Pretoria for a week-long training camp.
Having both endured first-up defeats at the T20 World Cup, South Africa and the West Indies meet in Dubai on Tuesday, staring down the prospects of falling too far behind in the semi-final race.
The International Cricket Council has confirmed that the T20 World Cup, which was scheduled to take place in Australia from October to November, has been moved to next year, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN. You may also like
Fast bowler Anrich Nortje is determined to secure a berth in the Proteas squad for the T20 World Cup in Australia later this year. You may also like
England limited New Zealand to a final total of 241 for eight in Sunday’s World Cup final at Lord’s in London. You may also like
Pakistan won by 49 runs at Lord’s on Sunday to knock South Africa out of the World Cup playoff race. JON CARDINELLI reports. You may also like
South Africa have to beat Afghanistan well in Cardiff on Saturday in order to boost their net run rate and keep their slim playoff hopes alive, writes JON CARDINELLI. You may also like
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis hopes that Lungi Ngidi will be back for the Cardiff game against Afghanistan. You may also like
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