JAMES Faulkner hit the winning boundary with five balls to spare to give Australia a thrilling two-wicket victory over South Africa yesterday and push them to the top of the ICC one-day rankings.
A BUSY day for the revolving changing room door ended with Border perched on 84/5, trailing North West’s first innings score by 103 runs at the end of the first day of their Sunfoil Three-Day Challenge match at Buffalo Park yesterday.
IT’S game day as the Border semi-professional cricket team get down to business against North West in their Sunfoil Three-Day Challenge match at Buffalo Park this morning.
Kandy, Sri Lanka - JACQUES Kallis has woken up and smelled the golf course. Or the beach. Or the boerie rolls at a Wynberg Boys’ High rugby match.
HE STANDS with folded arms, crossed legs and a scowl. Someone tried to coax him but he is unmoved. Then irritated.
IT’S not easy being a South African team at a major tournament. The whole country wants you to win and almost as many people suspect you will not.
RAIN had the final say on the fourth day of the Sunfoil Series four-day clash between the Chevrolet Warriors and Sunfoil Dolphins at Buffalo Park yesterday as the match was called off early in the afternoon after persistent rain put a halt to proceedings.
TECHNIQUE and timing are two of the ingredients needed to make a batsman world-class.