19.4.2019 08:28 am
One of them spent the morning re-watching a Thor movie, the other just waited it out. But the reward was worth it for both.
“I don’t like superhero movies at all,” Rassie van der Dussen sighed after hearing how his Highveld Lions team-mate Dwaine Pretorius had whiled away the time waiting for the announcement of South Africa’s Cricket World Cup squad on Thursday by watching a Thor movie.
Mignon du Preez has always been more than just a magnificent cricketer.
The embattled governing body again denies it’s at loggerheads with Saca, the players union, over its austerity plans.
Despite the threat of injuries, national coach Ottis Gibson will be happy with how some of his trump cards are performing.
The governing body at the weekend announced austerity plans to counter a dire financial position, but there hasn’t been much consultation.
The domestic programme will stretch into May as the tournament, separate from the Mzansi Super League, commences its (probable) final edition.
If Cricket SA’s members get their way this weekend, the domestic landscape could change dramatically.
CSA confirm they’ve eased on his performance criteria for an extension too.
Even the Titans, crowned champions in the 50-over format again, admitted it wasn’t a good day for the arbiters.
He’s a ninja with the bat in hand. But it’s a different story when you take that away from him…
The former Proteas seamer, currently banned for attempting to participate in match-fixing, wants to give something back to the game in future.
But after running into trouble with the bat, the wise Farhaan Behardien calls on all his experience to guide his side home against the Cobras.
The Proteas coach now just hopes his chosen ones stay fit before the showpiece tournament in England.
With the Proteas dominating the headlines, this tournament has rolled along quietly. But guys like Junior Dala have tried their best to grab attention.