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Miller, Parnell get SA A call

Bjorn Fortuin, the 22-year-old bizhub Highveld Lions spin bowling all-rounder, will have his first opportunity to play for South Africa A in the two four-day matches against Australia A to be played next month.

AB set to retire from Tests

Former South Africa captain Graeme Smith believes AB de Villiers could retire from Test cricket later this year in order to prolong his international career in the limited-overs formats.

High praise for Paterson

Within five months to the day, Dane Paterson has undergone a remarkable transformation.

South African batting depth is a concern

The South Africa A tour to England has exposed a worrying lack of depth in batting in the domestic game.

Ford steps down as Sri Lanka coach

Sri Lanka Cricket on Saturday announced that Graham Ford, would be stepping down from his post as Head Coach of the Sri Lanka National Team.

ICC Agenda for final day of meeting

The International Cricket Council (ICC) today outlined the process for the incorporation of a new governing body for cricket in the USA and confirmed all cricket activities should continue during the transition period following the expulsion of the USA Cricket Association from ICC membership.

Rain wins the day in Trinidad

A wet day in Port of Spain saw the first ODI between the West Indies and India called off with no result possible.

Proteas show fight to level series

South Africa came back from a poor position to pull off a stunning last-ball win in Taunton as they levelled the Twenty20 series and set up an exciting decider in Cardiff on Sunday.

Domingo returns home after family emergency

South Africa head coach Russell Domingo has had to fly back home from the tour of England for a family emergency after his mother was involved in a car accident.

CA to make new offer in pay dispute

Cricket Australia (CA) confirmed that they have provided a new pay offer to the nation's cricketers to find a solution to the current dispute.

Kohli: We all respect Kumble's decision

India captain Virat Kohli says he respects Anil Kumble as a cricketer and his decision to step down as national team coach but will not speak out of the dressing room.
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