South Africa

South Africa women 127 for 6 (Lee 46, Wolvaardt 30, Kubra 3-23) beat Bangladesh women 110 for 5 (Ahmed 36, Hoque 35, Ismail 3-19) by 17 runsScorecard Shabnim Ismail is congratulated on the wicket of Hayley Matthews Getty Images Seamer Shabnim Ismail‘s three-for and opener Lizelle Lee‘s 38-ball 46 helped South Africa beat Bangladesh by 17
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South Africa women 90 for 1 (Wolvaardt 37*, Khatun 1-19) beat Bangladesh women 89 (Ghosh 20, Khaka 3-13, Ntozakhe 3-16) by nine wickets Ayabonga Khaka celebrates with her team mates Getty Images and Cricket Australia Ayabonga Khaka‘s first 14 balls at Senwes Park were sensational. She secured career-best 3 for 13, helped skittle Bangladesh for 89
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CSA and the South African Cricketers’ Association (SACA) will have an urgent meeting on Wednesday to try and reach common ground on player contracts, which SACA hopes will in place by May 1. The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between CSA and SACA, which expires on April 30, is likely to be delayed, leaving the majority
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Hashim Amla has become the first cricketer in 10 years to receive South Africa’s Order of Ikhamanga, a national award given out to recognise achievements of those in the fields of arts culture literature music journalism and sport. Amla was named as a silver award recipient by the Chancellor of National Orders, Dr Cassius Lubisi,
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Colin Bland, the Bulawayo-born allrounder who played 21 Tests for South Africa between 1961 and 1966, died at his home in London on Saturday night, aged 80. Bland suffered from colon cancer for several years. Bland played first-class cricket for Rhodesia, including fixtures against New Zealand in 1961. He impressed with an innings of 98,
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Surrey have signed South Africa’s Dean Elgar as an overseas player for the first couple of months of the county season. Elgar, who had a brief spell at the club in 2015, is expected to be available for the club’s first County Championship game of the season; a match against Hampshire that starts on April
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Former South African fast bowler Morne Morkel has signed a two-year contract with Surrey. Morkel will slot into Surrey’s setup as a Kolpak registered player and will be available to play in all three formats of the game. Having retired only a few weeks ago from international cricket, several English counties had expressed their interest
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Dale Steyn, South Africa’s veteran fast bowler, has signed with Hampshire for the 2018 season, in a bid to step up his return to full fitness. Steyn, who missed much of South Africa’s home international season through injury, hopes to be available to the club in two windows, the first in June and July, and
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Armed robbers raided Newlands on Friday, smashing the glass doors of multiple suites at the Cape Town stadium and making away with TVs, liquor and other items. This was the third time since 2015 that the ground had been hit by robbers, according to a Western Province Province Cricket Association (WPCA) release. The raid began
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Heinrich Klaasen, the South Africa wicket-keeper batsman, has joined Rajasthan Royals as a replacement for Steven Smith, who was banned from playing IPL 2018 in the wake of a ball-tampering scandal. Klaasen, 26, made his international debut against India in February and became something of a revelation. He struck 43 off 27 balls to win
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Geoffrey Toyana has been removed as Lions head coach and redeployed as High Performance Coach after two tough seasons in which the franchise won no silverware. Toyana, who was heavily touted to take over from Russell Domingo as national head coach earlier this summer, won four trophies in his first three seasons in charge, but
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