10.7.2020 05:06 pm
Changes for the third edition of the Mzansi Super League (MSL) will include a potentially exciting bidding war for players and a possible switch in team names.
In the first two editions of the MSL, feted cricketers like AB de Villiers and Chris Gayle were marquee players allocated to one of the teams, but that is all set to change, along with many other aspects, in this year's T20 carnival.
While he is pleased with the work done by players during lockdown, Proteas physiotherapist Craig Govender says it’s crucial they ease their way back into full training in order to avoid injury.
Though details are unclear, it seems pace bowler Dale Steyn is still struggling with injury niggles.
Domestic cricket will be relaunched with a 3TCricket match featuring three teams in Centurion next month.
Having received approval from government, Cricket SA is expected to announce a new date for the 3TCricket match within the next few days.
While they struggled last year, Lutho Sipamla believes the SA cricket team’s coaches played a key role in their ODI series victory over Australia earlier this season.
According to reports, seven CSA and franchise staffers have tested positive for coronavirus.
According to organisers, additional work must be done before South Africa’s top cricketers can return to play.
South African sport will make a return next week, with the country’s top players gearing up for the unique 3TCricket clash.
While the organisation looks to be in trouble, Cricket South Africa president Chris Nenzani believes it is stable enough to recover.
Cricket South Africa insists the investigation into Thabang Moroe remains “a matter of utmost concern”.
With no disciplinary measures taken by Cricket SA since Thabang Moroe was suspended, the organisation’s leadership has been left in a state of uncertainty.
Though no spectators will be allowed, Cricket SA hopes the sport will resume with a new format featuring three teams at the end of June.
Cricket South Africa says only government approval stands in the way of the sport returning with a special fundraiser match in an empty stadium at the end of this month
If global officials ban the use of sweat and saliva, Proteas icon Dale Steyn says they must find another way to give bowlers a fair chance with the ball.