Boks name Boucher as coach

The Springboks have signalled their intentions to go all out in the forthcoming Nelson Mandela Legacy Cup against the South African cricket team by appointing former Proteas wicketkeeper, Mark Boucher, as head coach. Furthermore hard-man Willem Alberts, who took two…

Rugby mourns cricketer Hughes

Tributes from governing bodies and players have flowed in for Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes, who passed away on Thursday…Planet Rugby The 25-year-old was injured after being struck on the head by a ball playing for South Australia against New South…

It goes both ways

Yesterday I posted an article by Teford Vice writing for the Business Day.  His point about our crickers, the media and fans were excellently put forward, in fact, I mentioned it should be article of the year!

Enter Tahir and Faf

Cricket South Africa on Thursday named two new caps in the 14-man Proteas’ Standard Bank squad for the five-match MTN ODI series against India. Jacques Kallis was not considered because of injury.

Dynasty collapses with pathetic Ponting

As Ricky Ponting embarrassed himself with his lengthy, finger-pointing dissension involving umpire Aleem Dar, you were struck that this Ashes series represents the collapse of a sporting dynasty rather than another bump in the road for Australian cricket.