South Africa

South Africa Seal Series Win

South Africa Women beat Sri Lanka Women by five wickets in the fourth and final One-Day International in Colombo to seal a 2-1 series success.
21 October 2014

De Villiers, Duminy See South Africa Home

AB de Villiers and JP Duminy both scored unbeaten half-centuries as South Africa beat New Zealand by six wickets in the first One-Day International at Tauranga's Bay Oval.
21 October 2014

Wayne Parnell To Miss Opening ODI

South African all-rounder Wayne Parnell has been ruled out of the first One-Day International in New Zealand as he continues to recover from a shoulder injury.
20 October 2014

Sri Lanka Level With Four-Wicket Win

Sri Lanka Women levelled their One-Day International series with South Africa Women by winning the third match in Colombo by four wickets.
19 October 2014

South Africa Win Opener By 53 Runs

South Africa Women beat Sri Lanka Women by 53 runs in the first One-Day International in Colombo, scoring their first ICC Women's Championship points in the process.
15 October 2014

Captaincy A Great Honour - JP Duminy

South African batsman JP Duminy says that being handed the Twenty20 captaincy for the upcoming series in Australia is 'a great honour'.
1 October 2014

Philander Returns To ODI Squad, Duminy To Lead In T20s

Experienced all-rounder Vernon Philander has been recalled to South Africa's One-Day International squad to tour New Zealand and Australia.
30 September 2014

South Africa Complete Clean Sweep

South Africa Women rounded off their tour of England by beating Ireland Women by six wickets in the third and final Twenty20 International in Solihull.
10 September 2014

South Africa Do The Double Over Ireland

South Africa Women beat Ireland Women in both of the Twenty20 Internationals the two sides played in Solihull, the winning margins being 56 runs and 46 runs.
9 September 2014

Clean Sweep For England Women

England Women completed a 3-0 series clean sweep after beating South Africa Women by eight runs in a keenly-contested third and final Twenty20 International at Edgbaston.
7 September 2014

South Africa Seal Tri-Series Success

Faf du Plessis fell four runs short of another century and Dale Steyn took four wickets as South Africa beat Australia by six wickets in the One-Day International tri-series in Zimbabwe.
7 September 2014

Duminy, Morkel Doubts For Tri-Series Final

South African pair JP Duminy and Morne Morkel may miss the One-Day International tri-series final against Australia in Harare due to knee and shoulder injuries respectively.
5 September 2014

Du Plessis Ton Gets South Africa Through

Faf du Plessis scored his third ODI century in four matches to put South Africa on course for a 63-run win over Zimbabwe that confirms their place in Saturday's tri-series final against Australia.
4 September 2014

Edwards Sets Up Series Win For England

Charlotte Edwards hit an unbeaten 75 in 61 balls to lay the foundations for England Women to score a 42-run win over South Africa Women in the second Twenty20 International in Northampton.
3 September 2014

McLaren Sidelined With Arm Fracture

South African all-rounder Ryan McLaren will play no further part in the One-Day International tri-series in Zimbabwe after fracturing his right arm during his side's 62-run defeat to Australia in game five.
3 September 2014

My Job Is To Score Hundreds - Du Plessis

After scoring two centuries in three matches, South African batsman Faf du Plessis maintains that making big scores is what is expected of him while batting at number three in the order.
2 September 2014

Australia Bounce Back To Beat South Africa

Australia bounced back from their three-wicket defeat to Zimbabwe at their first opportunity, winning game five of the One-Day International tri-series against South Africa by 62 runs.
2 September 2014

Ireland Name Squad To Take On South Africa

Ireland Women have named a 13-strong squad to play South Africa Women in three Twenty20 Internationals at Moseley Cricket Club in Solihull next week.
2 September 2014

Norman Gordon, Oldest Test Cricketer, Dies Aged 103

Former South African international fast bowler Norman Gordon has passed away at the age of 103.
2 September 2014

England Hand South Africa Heavy Defeat

England Women opened their Twenty20 International series against South Africa with a thumping nine-wicket win in Chelmsford, chasing down a target of 90 in just 13.3 overs.
1 September 2014