The Proteas bowlers have consistently shown that they’re world class. However, when the batting fires, the team shifts from being mediocre to irrepressible, writes Ryan Vrede.
The Proteas have played to somewhere close to their potential and beaten an elite opponent. Now they need to find a method to replicate that potency, writes Ryan Vrede.
It’s the end of year, and time for reflection from Compleat Golfer’s playing editor.
The first four rounds of the domestic 4-Day Series have offered some positives for the Proteas’ Test season on the bowling front, but little to inspire confidence with the bat, writes Ryan Vrede
AB de Villiers is the most important South African batsman of the past 20 years, arguably ever, because of how he played the game and what he achieved, writes Ryan Vrede.
This October I did something I haven’t done in years. I went back to school – Tour Qualifying School. It’s undeniably one of the most stressful things a professional golfer faces in their career.
We will never know if Quinton de Kock had a genuine change of heart about “taking the knee” or did so just to keep his job, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
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.
Ryan Vrede rates the Proteas after their opening T20 Cricket World Cup defeat by Australia.
In the absence of Faf du Plessis, Aiden Markram’s form will be absolutely crucial to the Proteas at the T20 World Cup, writes Ryan Vrede.