1.6.2020 04:05 pm
After taking an enforced break, Kagiso Rabada says he remains fully committed to the national cricket team.
Kagiso Rabada, the Proteas’ top strike bowler, admitted on Monday that the previous season was a disappointment, backing up the statistics which show that it was the 25-year-old’s poorest since he began playing Test cricket for South Africa.
Former South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis said quarantining players for two weeks before and after the Twenty20 World Cup could allow it to take place in Australia this year despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Talks are expected to take place down the line, in order to reschedule the Proteas Women’s tour of the West Indies.
Keshav Maharaj ultimately hopes to lead the national team in all three formats.
Nabeal Dien doesn’t even attribute his startling assessment to the current Covid-19 crisis.
The dynamic wicketkeeper-batsman readily admits he’s still growing, which helps soften the blow of not being considered for the Test captaincy.
Captain Dane van Niekerk though insists the team doesn’t need ‘specialised’ coaching.
Though he admitted it was a challenge to be working with a young, splintered attack, Langeveldt was pleased with the strides they had made.
Cricket SA’s new director of cricket says the burnout factor is too real for the gifted wicketkeeper-batsman.
The former Proteas skipper will continue as director of cricket for the next two years.
Having impressed as the Proteas’ bowling top dog in the latter part of the season, the speedster says the national bowling guru has been a breath of fresh air.
The gifted young Proteas keeper has made a fine if somewhat belated start to his international career. It fits him like a glove.
The Proteas’ kingpin quick not only now has the opportunity to recover well from injury, but is also being very creative with his music.
The former age-group international star is now ready to fulfill his immense promise at his new franchise.