• Quinton Quits T20 WC Over Order To Take The Knee

    Quinton Quits T20 WC Over Order To Take The Knee

    South Africa’s cricket T20 World Cup team was thrown into disarray on Tuesday with the departure of star wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock in protest at being forced to take the knee. A photograph has made the rounds showing some South African players standing when others took the knee. Captain Temba Bavuma is on record as saying

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  • Sri Lanka Knock Moves De Kock Up Rankings

    Sri Lanka Knock Moves De Kock Up Rankings

    Proteas wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock has been rewarded for his good form with the bat during the just-ended series against Sri Lanka. De Kock has moved up by four places to reach a career-best eighth position in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Men’s Twenty20 International (T20I) Player Rankings. The 28-year-old left-hander was the leading run-scorer

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  • SA Cricketers Pay Tribute To Zim’s Retired Taylor

    SA Cricketers Pay Tribute To Zim’s Retired Taylor

    South African cricket stars have joined cricketers from around the world in paying tribute to former Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor who has announced his retirement from the international game. The 34-year old wicketkeeper-batsman revealed that he will play his final match for the country in Zimbabwe’s third One Day International (ODI) against Ireland in Belfast

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  • Bavuma Thumb To Heal In Time For T20 World Cup

    Bavuma Thumb To Heal In Time For T20 World Cup

    Temba Bavuma is injured but selectors are confident he will heal in time to lead South Africa at the upcoming T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman. Bavuma is nursing a thumb injury he recently suffered while on tour in Sri Lanka. In his absence, spinner Keshav Maharaj is leading the

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