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Life after AB de Villiers

There are options. None of them is as good as De Villiers. No-one is.

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SA after AB: feel it, it is here.

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De Villiers goes with neither a bang nor a whimper

The wonder of watching a batsman do the undoable is over. When will fans see De Villiers’ like again? 

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Adios AB

Like many, watching AB De Villiers announce his retirement on Wednesday left me stunned. He didn’t take the normal routine of organizing a press conference, as is the norm. 297 more words


Perspective vital in glow of SA’s Bangla bash

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THE good news is South Africa won all five of the one-day internationals and three T20s they played against Bangladesh these past two and a bit weeks. 557 more words

Dean Elgar the middle order batsman

Dean Elgar is middle order batsman come opening batsman.

Dean found success as a opening batsman in international cricket. His batting style is that of a grinder which is more associated with a number 3 or 4 batsman. 253 more words


Is the Philander the Pollock we been searching for?

Former South African captain Shaun Pollock retired from international cricket a decade ago. Since then Cricket South Africa has been looking for a new Pollock. … 226 more words


Selectors are thinking of Simon Harmer surely

The dilemma of the Proteas selectors is that they need to find a partner for Keshav Maharaj.

The ideal partner of Keshav is still under a Kolpak deal. 311 more words