Proteas coach Mark Boucher says his team is in a good space after getting through some tough times.
Proteas captain Dean Elgar says his players have turned a stream of “bad news” about the country’s cricket into an advantage by forming a strong bond within their dressing room.
The Social Justice and Nation-Building (SJN) report compiled by ombudsman Adv Dumisa Ntsebeza has been received by Cricket SA and is available to the public.
Proteas coach Mark Boucher says his young team is headed in the “right direction” and hopes to win a trophy soon.
The Proteas haven’t progressed significantly in T20 cricket in their time under the tutelage of Mark Boucher. Fundamental deficiencies were exposed in their defeat by Australia and change is needed, writes Ryan Vrede.
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